Everglades, freshwater, saltwater shores of lakes or estuaries, as well as the inhabitants of these places from the magazine National Georgaphic you see in the news.
Canadian geese land on the water, despite the fact that the morning is pretty cool. Pools of fresh water are vitally necessary for these birds, which have suffered due to the destruction of wetlands and allowed hunting in the early twentieth century.
Egret. This fish imprinted on the photo heron missed almost immediately after it was taken. White Egret is found in almost all over the globe, but usually colo reservoirs, where she has many foods. Egrets are very dependent upon the inhabitants of ponds, swamps, streams and rivers, because they constitute their food.
Everglades Florida – Preserve Everglades. Everglades, also known under the name “Herbal River” occupy a territory of about 7800 square miles (20,100 square kilometers) of Florida, without giving the size of Massachusetts.
Hippopotamus. Hippo on the Zambezi River in South Africa. These huge mammals spend most of their time – kolo 16 hours a day – immersed in river water, which helps them to cool the body surface. Night “river horse” come to graze on the land.
Water lilies and small fish. Water lilies on long stems pulled out from under the water to the sun, and in their shadows live minnow. Water wetland Cuatro Clenegas Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico are replenished from underground sources, and therefore are very clean and fresh.
Eastern diamond rattlesnake. Eastern diamond rattlesnake is found in the roots of mangrove trees in the reserve Everglades in Florida. Feature of mangroves is that they are half-submerged in water
Box turtles from the Chihuahuan Desert. Box turtles from the Chihuahuan desert rests in the backwaters of the Laguna de los Burroughs from the blazing Mexican sun. This species is threatened with extinction. More than 80 percent of the time they spend in the water wetland Cuatro Klenegas in Mexico.
Water lily and dragonfly. Dragonfly around the water lily. Lily diameter of about three feet is the natural reservoir of rain water, which attracts the insects in the park “Venetian Gardens in Florida.
Red salmon, sockeye salmon. This species of salmon live in the river Black-headed on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. Remote Peninsula is the habitat for many rare species that are popular with local fishermen and brown bears. But holding the pipeline and oil drilling, as well as the dominance of poachers in Kamchatka ecosystem put in jeopardy.
Water lily and dragonfly. Dragonfly around the water lily. Lily diameter of about three feet (one meter) is the natural reservoir of rain water, which attracts the insects in the park “Venetian Gardens in Florida.
Salmon Clark. Salmon Clark, or bloody salmon, named for red spots under the jaw line, in a national park in Wyoming Yeloustoun. This species was described more Meriwether Lewis and William Clark found him in his journey to Montana in 1805.
White dolphin. White dolphin, in China, entitled “Baydzi” up to 2007 was considered extinct. And then, thanks to a chance of amateur video, it appears that this species still exists.