Coming to get you!
Anyone for some baby duckling photos?
Let’s start this off with a little insect – well, not that little. The Japanese Giant Hornet is about the size of your thumb and packs a quarter inch stinger and kills about 40 people a year! National Geographic calls it “Hornets From Hell” and describes them as “A small but highly efficient killing machine”
Weighing as much as 8,000 pounds and able to run at speeds of 20 miles per hour – these guys are no light-weights. In Africa, Hippos account for more human fatalities then any other large animals. These portly fellows outrank Lions and all the other big cats when it comes to chomping on humans.
Moving to the sea, or more likely beaches – the box jellyfish inflicts a massively painful and potentially-times deadly sting. It has up to 60 tentacles, each up to 15 feet long and all of them packing a lethal punch. While most people survive an encounter with one of these, the pain is excruciating and can stop a person’s heart or paralyze them causing drowning. Death reports from these hover at around 100 per year.
While it looks like a cow, the African Cape buffalo is sometimes called “black death” and is one of the most dangerous animals on the continent. Weighing over 1,000 pounds and being very aggressive and unpredictable the herd members are quick to defend each other from any perceived threats and kill over 200 people a year.
An unwelcome immigrant to the US, Fire Ants have caused about 80 deaths in the US but cost about $5 billion annually in damage repair, medical treatment and pest control. Fire ants can sting repeatedly, injecting a potent venom that can really hurt. A single ant sting is somewhat painful and would quickly be forgotten by most people, unfortunately fire ants tend to stick together and many people get stung by dozens, or even hundreds of them in a single encounter.
The Brazilian wandering spider holds the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most poisonous spider. Their Greek name Phoneutria actually means “murderess”, however out of 7,000 bites a year, only about 10 people die due largely to a great anti-venom being widely available.
No list of deadly animals would be complete with out these little guys. The mosquito isn’t that deadly, but the malaria they can carry kills over a million people each year! Not only malaria, mosquitos also spread yellow fever, West Nile virus, elephantiasis and a host of other diseases.
Even the people that hard to find some way of protecting and cooling the heat this summer. How do animals exposed to high temperatures to meet? Some animals have a natural cooling system such as panting in dogs. A second way much prettier and sweeter is … Ice cream. Yes you read it, ice cream. These are unique moments when the images and animals
Cute animals of the photographer Tanja Askani. Tanja Askani great German photographer and artist. Works in the reserve and writes books about animal life, about his experiences with them, takes excellent photos. Animals have several characteristics that set them apart from other living things. Animals are eukaryotic and mostly multicellular,which separates them from bacteria and most protists. They are heterotrophic, generally digesting food in an internal chamber, which separates them from plants and algae.
Animals care about each other, not less people. They are characterized by tenderness and caring, affection, and even a kind of love. This collection of animals from National Geographic will prove it to you. Animals are a major group of multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa. Their body plan eventually becomes fixed as they develop, although some undergo a process of metamorphosis later on in their life. Most animals are motile, meaning they can move spontaneously and independently. All animals are also heterotrophs, meaning they must ingest other organisms or their products for sustenance.
Communication was the standard scenario. When I saw this chaos, my neck was the second camera. As soon as I tried to photograph the scene, fox jumped ashore and began to pluck and eat grass! Probably would thus emphasize its harmlessness and the total herbivore! Do not miss! Look at this alleged “main” handsome reserve.
Without much effort for a really full day. It takes time and adventure can go. Everyone in their environment can not along with so much patience see the occasional wild animal. Just one good camera plenty of light and that’s perfect images. Now let’s look through the lens of some of the world’s best photographers of animals.
They look like monsters from another planet, but these strange creatures were photographed by Rundstedt Rovillosom in the Philippines.
Osa Eucharitid with its fashionable feather hairdo.
At its close-up photography of insects, each species is presented in incredible detail. In his collection are photos of wasps, caterpillars and beetles that seem to us newcomers.
Caterpillar, like a dragon, with a hornlike growths on his head.
And the head of the caterpillar looks like a cherry. This is the local form of caterpillar with red head.
Ant playing bowling dew drops.
Mr. Rovillos learned his skills photographing insects as a child, but serious photographers took only 5 years ago.
40-year-old Filipino photographer most of his time to the hobby. In the photo: the surveyor.
Finding an insect, I immediately photograph it, I do not touch them and do not get out of their natural habitat. “In the photo: red attractive face and eyes wasps.
Animal World All around us is not just another phrase for the pure truth is that animals are still all around us and that we still continue to closely related … Although we live in a world where there are fewer places for animals, they are here …. here and in the heart of some big city turn only one meter around you can see one another micro-world …