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  Evolution of Whales
Posted by: smedz - 04-12-2019, 05:53 AM - Forum: Extinct Animals - Replies (2)


Post any data on the evolution of whales, and we shall answer this one big question scientists still debate about. 

Why did their ancestors go into the water in the first place?
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  Mustang: The Wild Horse of the West
Posted by: smedz - 04-11-2019, 03:56 AM - Forum: Herbivores Animals - Replies (3)
Here in North America, we have tons of species, including introduced animals like Wild boars, which have some pretty bad effects on the ecosystem. However, not all introduced species have a bad impact, in fact, mustangs, the wild horses of the west, have a great impact on the ecosystem. 

In winter, they will use their hooves to break through the deep snow to get to the grass, and they also break through frozen bodies of water with their hooves, and this, allows other species to survive the harsh winter months. One example is during the huge blizzard of 1886, when tons of cattle died, but some cattle lived, and those that did survive followed herds of wild horses. Another benefit of wild horses is that they can act as protectors of other prey species. Allow me to explain, When the wild horses of Anza Borrega National Park, California were removed in an effort to try to increase the bighorn sheep population, the number of bighorn sheep deaths ended up increasing because the cougars of the park, which hunted wild horses, simply turned more of their attention towards the sheep because the wild horses were removed. When it comes to grazing, wild horses are better for the plains than the cattle are because of the ways the 2 animals graze. Cows graze by wrapping their tongues around the grass since they don't have upper front teeth, and if the ground is wet, then the cow will grab a plant by the roots, and the grass will never have a second chance of growing back, horses are different, as they have upper front teeth, and flexible lips to grab the grass, then clip parts of the grass, and the grass can grow back. 

Source of information. 

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  Top 10 Favorite Wild Canids
Posted by: smedz - 04-09-2019, 06:48 AM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (5)
I have had to think about this for a while, but what are your top ten favorite wild canids?   Here's my list 

1. Dhole 
2. Coyote 
3. Painted Dog 
4. Red Wolf 
5. Raccoon Dog 
6. Maned Wolf 
7. Bush Dog 
8. Indian Gray Wolf 
9. Red Fox 
10. Dingo
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  Why did Dave Salmoni move out from project tiger canyon?
Posted by: sanjay - 04-03-2019, 08:21 PM - Forum: Questions - Replies (1)
As per my knowledge, Dave Salmoni and John Varty both started the project tiger canyon together. But later Dave left the project. I tried to find out what was the exact reasons that made Dave to reach this decision but I can not. Does anyone have read anything about this incident in more detail?

Dave Salmoni
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  Post of the Month - March 2019
Posted by: sanjay - 04-01-2019, 08:56 AM - Forum: Top posts of the month - Replies (7)
We have tired to list the best post of the March 2019 by members. If we miss anyone please do report us. If you want to help us to nominate a post as the best post of the month, please read this post for more information

So here we go

@Luipaard's post in Mesoamerican Jaguars

Some images of Jaguars and Cougars from camera trap

See the post CLICK HERE
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  Red Wolf (Canis rufus)
Posted by: smedz - 03-29-2019, 05:56 AM - Forum: Canids (Canidae) & Hyaenids (Hyaenidae) - Replies (3)
The United States of America has some conservation success stories, like the Bald Eagle and the American Alligator, which were once on the Endangered Species List, but are now doing great thanks to good wildlife conservation. However, there are some animals in the USA that are still hanging in there, like the Red Wolf. Once common, now they're critically endangered, with only 40 individuals left in the wild according to recent news, so this thread is purely dedicated to anything on the Red Wolf.
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  Pachycrocuta brevirostris and The Cave Hyena
Posted by: smedz - 03-15-2019, 09:17 PM - Forum: Extinct Animals - Replies (9)
These animals were perhaps the most formidable hyenas to ever live.  Post any data or anything you can find about these predators. I do have one big question for all the paleontological nerds here on the forum, did these hyenas have any big impacts on early humans?
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  Anyone YouTuber Here?
Posted by: sanjay - 03-14-2019, 04:35 PM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (3)
Hello Members,

Any of you are full time YouTuber ? Or planning to start ?

If you are YouTuber or planning to start it. Please tell about your topics and equipment that you use?
How do you write script? How do you shoot? What camera you use to shoot? What editor do you use?

Any tips?
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  Screensavers & Wallpapers
Posted by: Rishi - 03-11-2019, 03:16 PM - Forum: Wildlife Pictures and Videos Gallery - No Replies
Rule 1: Images must be in HD.
Rule 2: Images must be in HD..(You can use Google Image Search & instead of Imgur)
Rule 3: Don't just post random photo or digital art. Only something that you'd use on your own desktop/smartphone.

Let make this thread have the best collection of Nature & Wildlife themed wallpapers in a year from today!!!

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  Camouflage & Habitat Shots
Posted by: Rishi - 03-06-2019, 08:16 PM - Forum: Wildlife Pictures and Videos Gallery - Replies (41)
As the name of the new thread suggests, this one is dedicated for images of animal's camouflaged as one with its habitat, making it hard to even spot. 

And habitat shots, where the background & surrounding are the subject too rather than the wildlife itself.

Vipul Ramanuj
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Vabss Photography
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T-34 Kumbha against Ranthambore
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Steve Terry (Try & find him...)
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