Thursday, October 27, 2011


Some animals simply hide from predators, concealing themselves in burrows, under rocks or leaves, in tree hollows, or in other niches where they are hard to find.

Let's watch as the crouching lioness stalks her prey among the tall grasses.

Descriptions of the apparition of ghosts vary widely from an invisible presence to translucent or wispy shapes to realistic, life-like creatures.

When the great white shark bites it shakes its head side to side, helping the teeth saw off large chunks of flesh.

When deer are in the dark by the side of the road and a car's headlights shine on them, they are blinded momentarily and are susceptible to being shot.

Different animals live in different strata of the forest.  For example, birds live in the canopy (upper leaves of trees) and in the emergent (the tops of tallest trees).

Some small animals appear to be harmless, but many tiny creatures around the world are capable of delivering a deadly knock-out to the unsuspecting human who crosses their path, as if to compensate for their small size.

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