Blood Sisters: What Vampire Bats Can Teach Us about Friendship. Upsocl. ¡No puedo parar de ver el video!
¿Estás preparado para lo más adorable que vas a ver este mes? Espero que sí porque te traigo este video de un cachorro de león intentando rugir. Young gorilla and child play peek-a-boo at the Columbus Zoo. El increíble encuentro de un ciclista con un decenas de canguros. Photographer Has Close Encounter With Alaskan Brown Bear. Científicos argentinos descubren fósiles de un 'falso caballo' extinto. Los fósiles encontrados pertenecen a un minúsculo mamífero de la familia de los proteroterios, que no están emparentados directamente con ninguna especie animal actual y pertenecen a una estirpe muy primitiva de América del Sur.
Estos pequeños 'falsos caballos' habitaban en el área de Termas de Río Hondo (provincia de Santiago del Estero), en el norte de Argentina, hace cinco millones de años, según el blog del museo. How To Understand What Your Cat Is Trying To Say. Humans are lucky.
We have complex verbal and physical languages that can get across pretty much any message that we feel we need to. Cats on the other hand rely on a handful of variations of their vocalizations and some physical cues to get across what they want to say. To cats, we’re stupid, unpredictable apes who don’t really get them. ¿Por qué los pandas sobreviven comiendo bambú siendo carnívoros? - Sostenibilidad Semana. Hace algunos meses un estudio atribuía el incremento en la desaparición de la población de osos panda a la alimentación a base de bambú.
Conoce al mamífero más comercializado y menos conocido en el mundo. Es 82 veces más cazado que los rinocerontes y por impactante que suene, 1.000 veces más que los tigres, pero ¿tienes alguna idea de a cuál me refiero?
Videoclub – El gato bailarín en su ritual antes de cazar. Intact Ottoman 'war camel' found in Austrian cellar - BBC News. A complete camel skeleton dug up from a 17th-century Austrian cellar shows tell-tale signs that it was a valuable riding animal in the Ottoman army.
It was probably left behind or traded in the town of Tulln following the Ottoman siege of nearby Vienna in 1683. DNA analysis shows that the beast - the first intact camel skeleton found in central Europe - was a Bactrian-dromedary hybrid, popular in the army. It also has bone defects that suggest it wore a harness and was ridden. The find is reported in the journal PLOS One and emerged from an archaeological dig that took place amid preparations for a new shopping centre in the town.
Bred for war Researchers discovered the completely preserved skeleton amongst ancient household rubbish, flagons, plates and pans that had been dumped into a filled-in cellar. BuzzFeed Video. New Carnivore Discovered, Rare With Teddy Bear Looks. A fuzzy fog-dweller with a face like a teddy bear is the first carnivore found in the Western Hemisphere in more than three decades, a new study says. The 2-pound (0.9-kilogram) creature, called an olinguito, didn't make itself easy to find.
The orange-brown mammal lives out a solitary existence in the dense, hard-to-study cloud forests of Colombia and Ecuador, which inspired part of its Latin name Bassaricyon neblina: Neblina is Spanish for "fog. " What's more, the large-eyed critter—now the smallest known member of the raccoon family—is active only at night, when it hunts for fruit in its Andean habitat. Like other carnivores such as the giant panda, olinguitos seem to eat mostly plants, but are nevertheless part of the taxonomic order Carnivora.
(Also see "Pictures: 14 Rarest and Weirdest Mammal Species Named. ") "The age of discovery is not over," said study leader Kristofer Helgen, curator of mammals at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Unbelievably Cute Mammal With Teddy Bear Face Rediscovered. You could call it one of the world's longest games of hide and seek.
For more than 20 years, the Ili pika (Ochotona iliensis), a type of tiny, mountain-dwelling mammal with a teddy bear face, had eluded scientists in the Tianshan Mountains (map) of northwestern China. People have seen the furry critter only a handful of times since it was discovered by accident in 1983. In fact, people have spotted only 29 live individuals, and little is known about the animal's ecology and behavior. (Also see "Newly Discovered Carnivore Looks Like Teddy Bear. ") Then, in summer 2014, researchers rediscovered the pika. Resuelven el misterio de extraños mamíferos sudamericanos de Charles Darwin. Original The real Kung Fu Panda. 50 Shades Of White With A Touch Of Red: New Winter Foxes By Roeselien Raimond. Roeselien Raimond, a Dutch nature photographer who takes especially warm and beautiful pictures of wild red foxes, shared some exclusive new winter fox photos with Bored Panda and talked to us about her work.
Raimond (whom we’ve written about and spoken with before here) said that snow can be rare where she lives, making these exclusive snowy fox photos a real treat! “While the whole world is being absorbed in blankness and the sound of my shutter is muffled by the steadily falling snow, a red fox suddenly appears on stage. Cryptoprocta ferox. The Curious Behavior of the Hedgehog. Posted By M.M.
Sullivan The Rainforest Site Hedgehogs perform a very strange behavior, called “self-anointing.” Echidna - Recherche Google. Captan imágenes de murciélago en departamento de juguetería en Ripley del Portal Temuco. Three extinct squirrel-like species discovered: Mammals may have originated much earlier than thought. Paleontologists have described three new small squirrel-like species that place a poorly understood Mesozoic group of animals firmly in the mammal family tree.
The study, led by scientists at the American Museum of Natural History and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, supports the idea that mammals -- an extremely diverse group that includes egg-laying monotremes such as the platypus, marsupials such as the opossum, and placentals like humans and whales -- originated at least 208 million years ago in the late Triassic, much earlier than some previous research suggests. The study is published today in the journal Nature.
"For decades, scientists have been debating whether the extinct group, called Haramiyida, belongs within or outside of Mammalia," said co-author Jin Meng, a curator in the Museum's Division of Paleontology. Sun Bear As A Pet. The Sun Bear is a bear found primarily in the tropical rain forests of Southeast Asia. The Sun Bear stands approximately 1.2 m (4 ft) in length, making it the smallest member in the bear (Ursidae) family. Males tend to be 10-45% larger than females; the former normally weigh between 30 and 60 kg, and the latter between 20 and 40 kg. Fishing Lessons. 7jDEXJw.gif (GIF Image, 320 × 220 pixels) La "pataleta" de un perro muy celoso. Have You Seen This Contender for World’s Smallest Monkey!? Click to See the Miniscule Pygmy Marmoset! Posted 3 months ago By M.M. Sullivan The Amazon Rainforest is home to the world’s smallest monkey, the pygmy marmoset. Photographer and Leopard Seal Come Face-to-Face.
True or False: The Collared Peccary Is A Member Of The Domestic Pig Family. Posted By A. Boyea The Rainforest Site False! Although collared peccaries look very similar to pigs, they actually belong to the tayassuidae family of mammals. Del leopón al cebrasno: 'Bestiario' de híbridos. Perturbadores monos enmascarados mendigan en Indonesia. Gratas sorpresas de la naturaleza - Economía Basada en Recursos. Kangaroos Have Five Legs. Hopping across vast, arid landscapes at 20 kilometers an hour is a trademark kangaroo move. “Their walking, on the other hand, is as awkward as their hopping is graceful,” says Max Donelan from Simon Fraser University. (2) Videos de Especismo Cero.
Can You Spot the Snow Leopards in These Photos? Bet you can’t find the big cat perfectly camouflaged in these photos! Braving temperatures as low as minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit for two weeks in February, Irish wildlife photographer David “Baz” Jenkins captured these incredible shots of wild snow leopards in the Indian Himalayas. These rare images in the collection above reveal just why the elusive cat is so hard to spot in the wild. A snow leopard is seen camouflaged against a mountain near the Indian Himalayas. The snow leopard, native to the mountainous areas of Southern and Central Asia, is mostly active at dusk and dawn, according to the WildCat Conservation Society.
That, along with its thick, grayish-white coat, helps it to hide from its prey. A snow leopard is seen, highlighted and magnified in yellow, camouflaged against a mountain near the Indian Himalayas. Cámara oculta: descubren 3 nuevas especies de mamíferos en Papúa Nueva Guinea. Kangaroos Have Five Legs. Your Cat Can See Things That Are Invisible to You. Cats are considered by many as symbols of mysticism because of their elegant and flexible body, as well as their gaze that can “magnetize” anyone… Indeed, as recent scientific data shows, there is another reason why cats have a title of ‘mysterious’ creatures.
It’s all because cats see things we cannot see with our eyes! Cats, like some other animals, have the ability to see psychedelic stripes on flowers or fancy patterns on the wings of birds, which are invisible to human vision. The secret behind the super vision of our four-legged friends is the UV light. According to a recent study cats, as well as dogs and other animals, can perceive this type of light which humans can’t. “There are plenty of things that reflect UV radiation, which some sensitive animals are able to see, while we are not,” said Ronald Douglas, professor of biology of the City University of London and co-author of the study. Videoclub - Maravillas de la naturaleza: Osa y su cachorro escalan en un atroz desfiladero.
These 22 Photos Will Make You Fall In Love With Foxes. Owing to its beautiful coat and bushy tail, which can be fiery red, steely gray or snow-white, the fox has held a special place in our hearts since time immemorial as a beautiful and mysterious woodland creature. These 22 pictures will make you fall in love with the fox all over again. The common red woodland fox that most of us know certainly is beautiful, but this cunning creature has managed to adapt to diverse climates throughout the world – the fennec fox of the Sahara desert and kit fox in the southwest U.S. both sport larger ears that help them stay cool in the desert, while the arctic fox has a thick and snow-white insulated coat and small ears that help it retain its body heat.
The fox is a member of the canidae family, which also includes dogs, wolves and other similar animals. Vas A Terminar Enamorándote De Patrick, El Wombat Vivo Más Antiguo. Hallan nueva especie silvestre en cerros orientale. Un tigrillo lanudo, fue hallado en los cerros orientales de Bogotá. Este animal es considerado el felino más pequeño de Colombia y de América, según informó Blu Radio. Wanna know what a cow looks like washed and blow dried? BIOPEDIA. El wombat o uómbat es uno de los marsupiales más interesantes. Mide hasta 39 pulgadas de largo, generalmente es pequeño, muy musculoso y su cola es como un nudo. La mayor parte del cuerpo es fuerte y cartilaginoso, por lo que es difícil para los depredadores morderlo y herirlo con éxito. Existen 3 especies diferentes de wombat.
Una garduña sale de un inodoro en Ucrania y da un susto de muerte a dos niños.