Animals in their natural habitat can look wonderful, many people devote their lives to study the behavior of hundreds of different animals in many different environment. As you will see in these Photos Of Wild Animals.
Wild animals are only instinct, perform their daily routine and live in their environment, but if they need to hunt or defend their territory, they will do it without question. These are some examples of wild animals of Africa.
Hippos. The hippo is responsible for more human deaths in Africa than any other large animal. Hippos males actively defend their territories. Females also are known to become extremely aggressive if they feel that someone is near their babies, who remain in the water while she feeds on the shore.
Mosquito. The most dangerous creature in Africa is probably the mosquito, since it is responsible for killing more Africans than any other through the spread of malaria, dengue and other diseases. Malaria kills more than one million Africans every year, most of them children under five. African elephant. Especially older males and young males can be aggressive, even when not provoked. Most deaths are caused by an elephant stomped their victims to death.
Black Mamba. Is one of the most dangerous snakes in Africa, and is feared in the east, center and south of the continent. It is aggressive when cornered and will not hesitate to attack. It can reach speeds up to 12 mph.
Nile crocodile. Crocodiles kill hundreds of people each year in Africa. The Nile crocodile can be found in almost all major rivers across the continent, as well as many lakes. Most deaths occur while people are washing or collecting food near the banks of rivers and lake shores.
There you have it, a list of wild animals. Some appear to be harmless and docile, it is the image that the media gives us, but the truth is they are not domesticated animals and you have to be very careful.
However, that does not reduce its beauty, they are majestic creatures that have been there for thousands of years and just trying to defend what they deserve. I hope you share this post with others and see you soon.
Photos Of Hunting Dogs
Dogs are not only man’s best friends, but they are also excellent hunting companions. Dogs have been helping humans in hunting since ancient times, for example the Egyptians used to dogs to locate the Springboks. Take a look to these Photos Of Hunting Dogs used by humans since long time ago.
The hunt is rooted entirely in some breeds, which can be a problem for inexperienced owners, but for people who practice hunting as a means of survival or as a sport, hunting dogs are your ideal companions.
Dachshund. The Dachshund is a rare breed because of its small size, it is good for hunting and urban life. These long and small dogs use their powerful legs to locate a variety of small animals.
Fox Terrier. The Fox Terrier originated in England in the 17th century and was bred to seek and find foxes from their dens and hideouts. Their small bodies allow them to enter confined spaces and long legs allow them to pursue the trail of foxes.
Spanish Water Dog. He is very intelligent, agile and easy to train, the Spanish Water Dog is a medium sized dog that is well equipped to dive and retrieve waterfowl. Its dense fur makes the race more suitable for waterfowl hunting activities.
Dogs are great companies, and can be very good allies in several areas alongside humans. It’s great to see how each breed of dog has its own abilities and characteristics that allows you to perform some tasks very well.