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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Safe our Animal

Let's safe our animal from bad people. If you safe animal, so we safe our planet and our future.
Are you ready to start the campaign? Act now.

Monday, July 03, 2006

The Weird Pokemon Movie

I found this video on YouTube. A weird version of Pokemon's first episode. Watch it. You will laugh after looking at the Pikachu specimen.

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Long Beaked Echidna

The Western Long-Beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bruijni) is one of the four extant echidna and one of the subspecies of echidna that occur in New Guinea.This echidna is present in New Guinea, in regions of elevation above 1300 m and up to 4000 m, it is absent from southern lowland and north coast.Not like the short beaked one that eat ants and turmites,the long beaked eat earthworms.The long beaked is larger than the short beaked up to 16,5 kg.The species is listed in endangered list by IUCN, numbers have been decreased by reduced habitat due to human activities and hunting.Altough the hunting has been banned by the goverment of Indonesia and New Guinea, the traditional hunting is permitted.Platypuses and Echidna are the only known mammal species to lay egg.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Grizzly Bear

The grizzly bear (ursus arctos horribilis) is one of the many members of the brown bear family. It consists of the kodiak bear and the brown bear itself. They live in the woods of North America. Like other bears, the grizzly bears are omnivores, meaning that they can eat plants and meat, as well as non-plant food source, such as honey. They enjoy eating salmons, and when eating, they squeeze the salmon so the eggs come out of the salmon. The bear then eats the salmon and the eggs! That is one expensive meal for humans!

Sadly, they are now endangered because of incontrollable deforestations and a rather low reproduction rate. They are now protected by the USA and Canada.

Thursday, June 29, 2006

I Am The New Team Member!!

My name is Agung, and I'm BayuPA's pal. I recently became BayuPA's blogging team member. I blog too! Visit my blog at http://safarizoo.blogspot.com/. I will also help BayuPA posting animals. Bye now!

Monday, June 26, 2006

Sad Story of Quagga

The Quagga (Equus quagga quagga) is an extinct subspecies of plains zebra,which was found in great number in South Africa's Cape Province and southern of Orange Free State.It was distinguished from others zebra by having the usual vivid stripes on the front part of the body only.In the middle the stripes faded and the dark, inter-stripe spaces become wider, and the hindquarters became brown. Humans poached quaggas for their skin which have high price in the market. They are now extinct, never to be seen again in the wild.

Giant Arapaima

The Arapaima (Arapaima Gigas) known also Pirarucu,Piracucu or Paiche,is one of the world largest freswater fish.The species reported lenght in excees of 3 meters and weight about 200 kg.The diet of arapaima is fish,even small animal and birds.Local people said that meat of arapaima is tasty.One individual can yield meat about 70 kg.

The Hercules of the Beetle

The world largest and strongest beetle which can lift and grip opponents using its two horns.It loves the sap of a certain palm tree in the jungle.
Lenght :175mm
Home :Brazil
Latin Name:Dynastes Hercules

Two Humps Camel

The Bactrian Camel (Camelus Bactrianus) is a large even-toed native to the steppe of eastern asia.Nearly to 1,4 million bactrian camel are domesticated, but in 2002 only 950 bactrian camel live in the wild, and the camel put in the Critically Endangered List.Bactrian Camel stands to 2 meters and weight over 1600 pounds.They can drink 120 litres water in a time without having break.
The Classification Are:
Kingdom :Animalia
Class :Mamalia
Family :Camelidae
Genus :Camelus

The Xiamen Tiger

The South China Tiger or the South Chinese Tiger (Panthera Tigris Amoyensis) is the second smallest tiger and the most critically endangered tiger.They often called the Xiamen Tiger or the Amoy Tiger.They are native to forest in South China.There are approximately 20-30 tigers left in the wild,47 tiger live in 18 zoos,all which in china.
The Classification Are:
Kingdom :Animalia
Class :Mamalia
Family :Felidae
Genus :Panthera