Скопје ЗОО и во медумите во Обединетите Арапски Емирати

Скопје ЗОО и во медумите во Обединетите Арапски Емирати. Малото гибонче го привлекува вниманието низ целиот свет ❤️

صغير “الجيبون” يلتقي الجمهور للمرة الأولى بمقدونيا
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Запознајте ги најуспешните полициски кучиња за минатата година, Рекс, Браун и Бела

Откриваат дрога и експлозиви, а спасуваат и луѓе. Запознајте ги најуспешните полициски кучиња за минатата година, Рекс, Браун и Бела

Маж нападнат и каснат од кучиња скитници во Градско!

Видео објавено на Фејсбук на кое се гледа како маж во Градско е нападнат од десетина кучиња скитници предизвика бура од коментари. На видеото се гледа како мажот во обид да се одбрани од кучињата мавта со торба кон кучињата, меѓутоа не успева да ги растера по што на помош доаѓа друг граѓанин.

Напад на легло змии кој го снимил ББС шокираше милиони гледачи низ светот

Гледачите на ББС вчера останаа шокирани после драматична снимка која беше прикажана во долгоочекуваниот Planet Earth 2.
Снимката всушност прикажува игуана која се обидува да помине низ легло змии кои на крај се пуштаат во потера по несреќното животно.
Кога екипи на BBC за прв пат го виделе овој несекојдневен случај, останале вчудоневидени.
Милиони гледачи останале шокирани по снимките, а некои ги опишале и како “хорор филм во вистинскиот живот”.

planet earth II – iguana chased down by snakes [david attenborough][benny hill remix] napad na zmii

Monkeys used stone tools 700 years ago

Primate archaeology is a new and unusual-sounding field, but it has revealed ancient evidence of some clever and dextrous monkey culture.
Researchers from Oxford University, working in Brazil, found ancient “nut-cracking tools” – 700-year-old stone hammers that capuchin monkeys used to open cashew nuts.
One of the researchers, Dr Lydia Luncz, explains how the team found evidence of these “Stone Age monkeys”.
Footage of capuchin monkeys courtesy of Tiago Falotico

Venus the Two-Faced Cat a Mystery

he three-year-old tortoiseshell has her own Facebook page and a YouTube video that’s been viewed over a million times, and appeared on the Today Show last week. (Watch National Geographic cat videos.)

One look at this cat and you can understand why: One half is solid black with a green eye—the other half has typical orange tabby stripes and a blue eye.

How does a cat end up looking like that? Leslie Lyons, a professor at the University of California, Davis, who studies the genetics of domestic cats said she’s never seen a cat exactly like Venus.

“She is extremely, extremely rare,” Lyons said. “But you can explain it and you can understand it.”

Is Venus a Chimera?

Many reports about Venus refer to the cat as a “chimera.” In mythology, a chimera is a mishmash monster made up of parts of different animals. A feline chimera is a cat whose cells contain two types of DNA, caused when two embryos fuse together.

Among cats, “chimeras are really not all that rare,” Lyons said. In fact, most male tortoiseshell cats are chimeras. The distinctively mottled orange and black coat is a sign that the cat has an extra X chromosome.

But female cats, said Lyons, already have two X chromosomes so they can sport that coat without the extra X. That means Venus is not necessarily a chimera.

To find out would require genetic testing, said Lyons. With samples of skin from each side of the cat, “we can do a DNA fingerprint—just like on CSI—and the DNA from one side of the body should be different than the other.”

Cat’s Blue Eye Another Mystery

If Venus isn’t actually a chimera, then what would explain her amazing face?

“Absolute luck,” Lyons said. One theory: perhaps the black coloration was randomly activated in all the cells on one side of her face, while the orange coloration was activated on the other, and the two patches met at the midline of her body as she developed.

Cat fanciers who are transfixed by Venus’s split face may be missing the real story: her single blue eye. Cat eyes are typically green or yellow, not blue. (Take a cat quiz.)

A blue-eyed cat is typically a Siamese or else a cat with “a lot of white on them,” she explained.

Venus appears to have only a white patch on her chest, which to Lyons is not enough to explain the blue eye.

“She is a bit of a mystery.”

Read more: news.nationalgeographic.com

Matador Victor Barrio killed by bull in Spain

Bullfighter Victor Barrio Fatally Gored on Spanish TV During Live Broadcast

A matador has died after being gored by a bull in Spain – the first bullfighter to die in the ring in Spain this century.

Victor Barrio, 29, a professional bullfighter, was killed when the bull’s horn pierced his chest.

The fight, in the eastern town of Teruel, was being broadcast live on TV.

Also on Saturday, a 28-year-old man died after being gored by a bull during a bull run through the village of Pedreguer, near Valencia.

The last matador to die in a bullfight in Spain was Jose Cubero, in 1985.

Television footage shows the bull throwing Barrio into the air before goring him on the right-hand side of his chest and violently throwing him.

Twinkie the Jack Russell dog has a pop at balloon bursting record

Twinkie the Jack Russell dog has a pop at balloon bursting record

Twinkie the Jack Russell Terrier from California, USA has burst into the record books after breaking the record for the Fastest time to pop 100 balloons by a dog in an incredible time of 39.08 seconds.

The adorable pup, who is owned by experienced dog trainer Doree Sitterly, beat the record of 41.67 seconds which was achieved by Cally the Wonderdog and Mitch Jenkins (both UK) on the set of Britain’s Got Talent Live Semi Final back in May 2015.
Twinkie seems to have inherited her passion for popping from her mother Anastacia, who is also owned by Doree. Anastacia set and broke the record twice between 2005 and 2008 and then held on to it for seven years. She earned fame after demonstrating her talent on the Live with Regis and Kelly show.
This clip shows previous record holder Cally the Wonderdog’s attempt, who achieved the record live on television in front of a celebrity judging panel including Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams – as well as official Guinness World Records adjudicator Alan Pixsley.

How Does the Mudskipper Breathe Out of Water?

Mudskippers are amphibious fish, presently included in the subfamily Oxudercinae, within the family Gobiidae (gobies). Recent molecular studies do not support this classification, as oxudercine gobies appear to be paraphyletic relative to amblyopine gobies (Gobiidae: Amblyopinae), thus being included in a distinct “Periophthalmus lineage”, together with amblyopines. Mudskippers can be defined as oxudercine gobies that are “fully terrestrial for some portion of the daily cycle” (character 24 in Murdy, 1989). This would define the species of the genera Boleophthalmus, Periophthalmodon, Periophthalmus, and Scartelaos as “mudskippers”. However, field observations of Zappa confluentus suggest that also this monotypic genus should be included in this definition. These genera presently include 32 species. Mudskippers use their pectoral fins and pelvic fins to walk on lan They typically live in intertidal habitats, and exhibit unique adaptations to this environment that are not found in most intertidal fishes, which typically survive the retreat of the tide by hiding under wet seaweed or in tide pools.

Mudskippers are quite active when out of water, feeding and interacting with one another, for example, to defend their territories and court potential partners. They are found in tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions, including the Indo-Pacific and the Atlantic coast of Africa.

Source: wikipedia.org