WILDLIFE OF AFGHANISTAN

 Band-e-Amir: Afghanistan’s first national park Band-e-Amir, a collection of six sapphire-blue lakes, was named as Afghanistan’s first national park in April 2009 – 36 years after a previous attempt to do so was interrupted by political strife and decades of war. The government hopes the park will one day become one of Central Asia’s hottest …

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North Siberian lowland

Kotuykan river originates in the Anabar plateau and crosses from the south-east to north-west. Anabar plateau is located in the northeastern part of the Central Siberian plateau. Foreword The history of Russian expanses of Taimyr, North-Siberian lowland, and the Central Siberian Plateau began in the early second decade of the 17th century. Sales people at …

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LIST OF NATIONAL PARKS OF AFRICA

Namib-Naukluft National Park inNamibia. This is a list of national parks in Africa. The nature of the parks varies considerably not only between countries but also within some nations – the degree of protection, accessibility and type of environment for which it is intended to deliver protection. Some parks have been cleared of their original …

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Ethiopia Lions

H.I.M. Haile Selassie I, and his Lions   The Lions were Protected by the Ethiopian Emperors’ Law     ETHIOPIA ERITREA POSTCARD ANIMAL TAMER WITH LION HAILE SELASSIE ERA 1954 An impressive looking captive lion from Emperor Selassie’s palace. Crown Prince Asfa Wossen with the Imperial Pet Lions              Ethiopian …

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WILDLIFE OF TUNUSIA

  Tunisian history: German propaganda made much of the presence of Tigers in Tunisia, even to the extent of posing a tank and its crew with the inevitable camel. A 1st Company, s.Pz.Abt.501 Tiger meets its first camel. The 1st Company Tigers are easily identifiable by the way the headlights were affixed to the front of …

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Wildlife of Brazil

  The wildlife of Brazil comprises all naturally occurring animals, fungi and plants in this South American country. Home to 60% of the Amazon Rainforest, which accounts for approximately one-tenth of all species in the world,[1] Brazil is considered to have the greatest biodiversity of any country on the planet. It has the most known species of plants(55,000), freshwater fish (3000) and mammals (over 689).[2] It also ranks third on the list of countries with the most …

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SOMONLARIN YOLCULUĞU

Viscacha ve Çöl  2012 Somon Mucizesi Engin okyanus ve hava akımları yıl boyunca dramatik değişikliklere sebep olur. Ve bu mevsimsel değişiklikler, bazı özel yerlerde gezegenin en görkemli vahşi doğa merasimlerinden bazılarını oluşturur. Kuzey Amerika’nın batı kıyılarına her yılın bahar aylarında gezegenin en büyük yolcularından biri gelir. Pasifik Okyanusu’ndaki yarım milyardan fazla somon balığı, yolculuklarına başlar …

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Azərbaycan’ın Faunası

Heyvanat aləminin Azərbaycanda yayılmasına relyef şəraiti VƏ ona uyğun olan bitki örtüyünün dəyişməsi, su hövzələrinin yerləşməsi təsir edir. Burada mindən çox ali heyvan növü yaşayır. Onların 618 növünü onurğalı heyvanlar, o cümlədən 97 növünü məməlilər təşkil edir. Ölkədə qeydə alınan heyvanların 58 növü sürünənlərdən (5 növ zəhərli ilan), 11 növü suda-quruda yaşayanlardan, 357 növü quşlardan, …

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The Great and Lesser Wild Cats of Egypt

The ancient Egyptians were respectful towards the animals that shared their world and associated many of them with deities or positive human characteristics. However, no animal was held in such esteem as the cat. Cats were closely connected to a number of gods and goddesses, and there is evidence that they were considered to be …

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