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  1. Sharks And Other Wild Water Animals (Scholastic Reader Collection Level 3) by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger, 2006-06-01
  2. The Children's Library (10 Volumes plus Reading Guide) (Wild Animals and Water Wonders; Songs and Famous Stories; Poems and Essays; Wild Flowers and Earth & Sky; Fairy Tales and Legends; Heroes and Heroines; Myths and Folk Tales; Hymns and Pictures; Trees and Useful Plants; Birds and Natural Wonders.)
  3. Forest groves and canyon streams: Notes on western forests and shade trees, shrubs, fish, forest animals and wild game ; among the mountains, lakes, and water falls by Joshua Hughes Paul, 1913
  4. The sanitary significance of pollution of water by domestic and wild animals: A literature review (Shellfish sanitation technical report) by James L Summers, 1967
  5. The Wild Side Of Rabbits (Waters, Jo. Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2006-06-30
  6. The Wild Side of Pet Cats (Perspectives, the Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2004-08
  7. The Wild Side of Pet Fish (The Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2004-08
  8. Naturalistic Environments in Captivity for Animal Behavior Research (Suny Series in Endangered Species) by Edward F. Gibbons, Everett J. Wyers, 1994-04
  9. The Wild Side Of Pet Birds (Waters, Jo.; Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2006-06-30
  10. The Wild Side Of Hamsters (Waters, Jo. Pets Once Wild) by Jo Waters, 2006-06-30
  11. The Wild Side Of Pet Mice And Rats (Waters, Jo.; Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2006-06-30
  12. The Wild Side of Pet Ferrets (Perspectives, the Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2004-08
  13. The Wild Side of Pet Guinea Pigs (The Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2005-01-30
  14. The Wild Side of Pet Dogs (Perspectives, the Wild Side of Pets) by Jo Waters, 2004-08

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2. Australian Museum - Wild Kids - Quick Finder - Freshwater Animals
Wild kids. Bats; Crabs; Freshwater animals; Frogs; Insects; Land birds;Lizards; Plants; Saltwater animals; Sharks; Shells; Snakes; Turtles; Waterbirds.
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All these animals live in habitats where there is fresh water around. They live in or near ponds, lakes, rivers, wetlands and billabongs. Which animals like to eat mosquito larvae?

3. Wild And Domestic Animals
Problems with wild Domestic animals. wild and domestic animals represent a serious health risk through also important to protect water supplies from animals in this dry country
  • Wild and domestic animals represent a serious health risk through bites, scratches, goring or other trauma, or by transmitting diseases. Rats and mice attracted to human shelters and waste dumps may carry plague and other serious diseases. Dogs and cats may carry Rabies, and livestock can carry anthrax and other serious diseases. Veterinary care is almost non-existent in Somalia, so all animals, wild or domestic, should be considered diseased and dangerous.
  • Control Measures. Because of the possibility of acquiring serious disease or receiving traumatic injury from animals in Somalia, soldiers should avoid contact with both wild and domestic animals. Sanitary disposal of food and other waste material will help to avoid attracting animals and insects. It is also important to protect water supplies from animals in this dry country. Although US military personnel are known for making pets of various animals while deployed, the magnitude of the health threat requires that this practice must be forbidden.
  • First aid for bites and scratches from animals should include cleaning the wound with soap and uncontaminated water. Because of the possibility of rabies
  • 4. Water Animals
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  • 5. CyberSpace Ag: Farm Animals - Wild Experiences
    (Wood Ducks like chimneys in which to build a nest for their young.) We did notwish to have the duck nest there so we placed a pan of water on the fireplace
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    ... HOME Wildlife Experiences Nancy One spring evening, my husband and I were watching the news on television and heard some strange noises coming from the fireplace. There was no fire in the fireplace. Upon inspection, my husband determined that something seemed to be in the chimney. He took a flashlight and went up on the roof of the house to peer into the chimney. There he could see a Wood Duck … most likely looking for a place to nest. (Wood Ducks like chimneys in which to build a nest for their young.) We did not wish to have the duck nest there so we placed a pan of water on the fireplace floor hoping it would attract her down and closed the glass doors on the front of the fireplace. Then we went to bed. The next morning when I looked at the glass doors to see if we had attracted the duck, it was hard to see inside. A coating of wet ash was all over the doors as if someone had “painted” the wet ash on them.

    6. Animal Info - African Wild Ass
    the stallions defend territories, often around water supplies. their offspring ingroups of up to 50 animals. The African wild ass was probably once widespread
    Animal Info - African Wild Ass
    (Other Names: African Ass, African Wild Donkey, Afrikanischer Wildesel, Ane Sauvage d'Afrique, Ane Sauvage de Nubie, Asno Salvaje de Africa, Guduri, Punda, Somali Wild Ass, Somali Wild Donkey)
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    Pictures: African Wild Ass (28 Kb JPEG) Huffman 2004 African Wild Ass (27 Kb JPEG) Thailand Zoo The African wild ass is found mostly in hilly and stony deserts, and arid to semi-arid bushlands and grasslands. Access to surface water is essential. The African wild ass feeds mostly on grasses. It will often retreat into rocky hills and seek shade during the day. It is most active when the weather is cooler: at dusk, dawn and during the night. The wild ass can go without water longer than other equids , but it needs water at least every second or third day. Adults are either solitary, or they live in a variety of temporary associations, usually lasting no more than a few months. Some of the stallions defend territories , often around water supplies. Females may associate with individual males and other females for months when producing milk, but otherwise live with their offspring in groups of up to 50 animals. Males without territories live together in bachelor groups.

    7. Green Iguana
    generally in lower altitudes in areas near water sources, such programs are beingdeveloped to raise these animals for food, instead of hunting wild ones.
    Green Iguana
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    The green iguana is a reptile found throughout Central and South America. While it is not generally an endangered animal in some places, like Belize, it is because of hunting. Large females are the favorite individuals to harvest. Unfortunately, these same individuals are critical to the reproductive success of the species. As a food source, the green iguana is also known as the " Bamboo Chicken The Belize Zoo, under the guidance of Tony Gerel , has an " Iguana Farming " project to help reduce the pressures of hunting wild iguana.
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    Physical Appearance: Full-grown green iguanas are usually between four and six feet, although they have been known to grow up to seven feet long. This includes the tail, however, which can make up about half the body length and, in addition to its green color, has black stripes. Green iguanas, not surprisingly, are green in color, but can be found in many different shade ranging from bright green, to a dull, grayish-green. Their skin is rough, with a set of pointy scales along the iguana's back. Green iguanas have long fingers and claws to help them climb and grasp. Geographic Range: The green iguana is found over a large geographic area, from Mexico to southern Brazil and Paraguay, as well as on the Caribbean Islands.

    8. Garden Water Fountains, Water Gardening And Ponds
    Find all the wild animals you need for your own water garden pond or water falls online today. Convenient, secure online ordering! the right item for your water garden pond or waterfall in the wild animals category. These are high Browse the wild animals category here, and click on any item for
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    9. Animal Index
    an index to articles about many of the animals that The wild Ones parent organization WPTI works with are coldblooded, and require water for reproduction because their eggs are

    Herptiles Habitats Invertebrates ... Mammals This page is an index to articles about many of the animals that The Wild Ones parent organization WPTI works with. Each article describes the animal, its habits, habitat, threats to survival, and the work being done on the animals behalf. Where possible you will also find an e-mail link to a conservation biologist working with that species. New Animals Are Added Weekly!
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    The vertebrates are animals with a spinal cord protected by a backbone.
    Birds are warm blooded animals. Their bodies are covered with feathers and they lay eggs.

    10. BBC - Nature - Wildfacts -
    a distance glimpsed dugongs swimming in the water, and mistook of the most popularof all animals, the giant known about their behaviour in the wild, and their
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    11. Animals & Pets
    Pet animal news, animal rights, endangered animals, wild animals, pet adoption, pet care and more. animals and pets King's Bison Shoot Stirs Anger of water Ahoy! A Humpy Tale
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    A new study has shown that China's panda population may be on the increase, writes Sarah Left. Indian Dogs and Stuff
    I like looking at the dogs, but I can't stand much of the prevalent snobbery amongst their owners and I'm one of those... Tosa Inu – Fighting Dog of Japan
    The sight of a Tosa Inu arrayed in full ceremonial fighting regalia and traditionally brought into the fighting arena by... Havens of Newly Found Marine Life Under Threat
    Deep sea trawling poses risk to coral reef dwellers and prompts campaign for fishing ban to facilitate research. Extinct!! (Part IV)
    This is the fourth part of the series that chronicles animals that are extinct or have been on the verge of extinction and... Extinct Part III
    The third part of the series on the phenomenon of animals getting extinct and the lessons that it holds for human beings. ... Extinct!! (Part II)

    12. Animals | CDC - An Ounce Of Prevention: Keeps The Germs Away
    Discard any excess food and take up pet water bowls when not in use. How can youdiscourage animals from entering your house? The closer wild animals live to

    Handwashing Cleaning Food ... Pets Wild Animals Links Companion Materials
    Basically, you and your pets need to avoid contact with rodents and other wild animals because they can carry some very deadly diseases. For example:
    • Rodents can transmit hantavirus and plague. Ticks can transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme disease. Mammals such as raccoons, skunks, and foxes can transmit rabies. In fact, bats cause most of the human rabies cases in this country.
    When are most wild animals active?
    Most wild animals come out at night and are afraid of people. So, if you see a wild animal during the day, you should avoid having contact with it and notify animal control authorities because it may have rabies. How can you discourage animals from nesting in your house?
    • Keep your home clean. At night when insects, rodents and other animals search for food, keep tight-fitting lids on food containers and on the garbage containers. Discard any excess food and take up pet water bowls when not in use.

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    Steam clean carpets. Throw away all items touched by water and cannot be disinfected.animals and Mosquitoes. Be cautious of wild or stray animals.
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    Protecting your health and safety are just as important after a hurricane as during a hurricane. Hurricanes leave a number of dangers behind. Here are some tips for preventing illness, injury, and death after a hurricane. Knowing Where and When It's Safe
    • Continue to monitor your radio or television for up-to-date emergency information. Find out what roads, areas, and buildings are safe to return to. You can get this information from public announcements or the authorities. Avoid moving water, regardless of depth or speed. Do not drive through flooded roads. Cars can be swept away or break down.

    14. Animal Sites
    Brimming with wild life videos, games and competitions. Edit. 73. Sea World BuschGardens Animal Resources Find out all about water animals in this site.
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    15. Praize Kids Animal Channel -- Wild Animals
    Many wild cats are endangered species because they are being live in groups of about15 animals called prides wet but the Fishing Cat loves the water and spends
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    God has given us more animals than you can imagine. Most of these animals still live in the wild all over the earth. We can visit zoos to see some of these wild animals that live far away. Do you know what kinds of wild animals live near you? Hold your mouse over the pictures to get even more facts. Really Big Cats One difference between big cats and your pet kitty is that big cats roar while your kitty can purr. Wild cats have excellent eyesight and hearing. They are the most secretive and quiet of all predators or animals that hunt for food. Many wild cats are endangered species because they are being illegally hunted or losing their homes.
  • Lions live on plains and forests in India and Africa. They live in groups of about 15 animals called prides.
  • Tigers are the biggest and most powerful cats in the world. They are even bigger than lions.
  • 16. Wild Animals: Water Voles (UK)
    Topic wild animals. ExpertJonathan Wright Date2/19/2004 Subjectwater Voles(UK) Question Hi Jonathan, Can water voles be bred with other voles?
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    Can water voles be bred with other voles? For instance can a water vole from the UK mate with a meadow vole...or marsh vole from North America and produce offspring? Thank you, Karen Answer Dear Karen Thanks for your question. I have looked at several websites for details of water voles breeding with another species, but have found no evidence. As most hybrids are sterile, it is not desirable for animals to mate with other species. Hybridisation is usually avoided by animals showing different courtship behaviours, living in different ecological niches and, more importantly, living in separate regions. This means that they can't come into contact with one another, unless one species is introduced into the other's locality or if they are brought together artificially. Some people consider there are three species of water voles in the genus Arvicola. These are the American water vole (A. richardsoni), the Southwestern water vole (A. sapidus) and the European water vole (A. terrestris). Many scientists classify the American water vole as Microtus richardsoni. I think that the Amerfican water vole could produce hybrids with European water voles. Both species use the same method of scent marking, involving raking the hind feet over the flank glands, and may have other behavioural traits in common. Other species of Microtus do not use the same method of scent marking. Under laboratory conditions, European water voles could probably produce hybrids with southwestern water voles. As the southwestern water vole lives in parts of the range of the European water vole, there are probably behavioural characteristics which prevent them from breeding with each other in the wild.

    17. Wild Animals: Water Voles
    Topic wild animals. ExpertJonathan Wright Date4/22/2004 SubjectWater Voles QuestionHi Jonathan, I was wondering if you know where the largest population of
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    I was wondering if you know where the largest population of water voles are living in the UK? I know that they are extinct in several places they were once flourishing. Thank you, Karen Answer Dear Karen Thanks for your question I have searched in various books and websites and cannot find a definitive answer to your question. Basically the water vole has a very wide distribution, but does not tend to have large populations. I looked at a map of water vole distribution and the water vole does seem to be more concentrated in an area from the South coast (around Hampshire) and roughly north along the central areas of England to Scotland. It tends to be more patchy in the southwest and northwest of England and in much of Scotland, especially north Scotland. Despite this 40% of the British population lives in Scotland, so this may be a good area to look for water voles. There are populations on Eilean Gamnha and Eilean Creagach, which are two small islets near the entrance of Loch Melfor in Argyll.

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    Dolphin $4.00 Dolphins are highly intelligent animals living in tightly knit socialpods. They have the ability to echolocate objects in the water by emitting

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    The Black Bear is an unusual creature. They are very shy but can be extremely bold. They are driven by food and will come into any camp or refuse area in search of a meal. Highly intelligent, there is hardly a scheme or method of hiding food that will thwart a black bear. Mother bears have been known to push their cubs onto limbs to get at food that's hung on ropes by campers!
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    An endangered species, the Giant Panda has endeared itself to people all over the world. It is a solitary creature with a quiet disposition. Regarded as a national treasure in China, extensive reproduction programs are underway to keep the species from the brink of extinction.
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    Also known as the Caribou, the Reindeer can sometimes gather in groups of up to 100,000 during the late winter season. By spring, they move northwards (Alaska/Canada, Asia and Europe) to their calving grounds. The calves can stand within 30 minutes of birth, run after 90 minutes, and keep up with the herd after 24 hours.
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    19. Wild Egypt - Overland Journey
    Like many smaller desert animals, it does not have to drink water; it gets One wouldthink that being a wild cat, they would tend to be larger, but they re
    Egypt is a land of contrasts. Just beyond the fertile Nile Valley is a burning desert. Towering above both can be found the mighty mountains of Sinai. The desert is parched, yet snow can be found on the mountains, and in between these extremes of heat and cold, the Nile Valley blooms and flourishes. Yet these three environments share one thing in common: an abundance of animal life. Snakes and scorpions call the desert areas home, while the weasel and the mongoose can be found darting under cars in the heart of the cities. The Sand Cat is another mammal that is well-adapted to living in the desert. It has thick mats of fur on the bottom of its paws to protect them from the scorching sands. Sightings of the Sand Cat are rare. There have been less than five different sightings in the 1990's. Like many smaller desert animals, it does not have to drink water; it gets all of its moisture from its prey, which includes small rodents and the occasional snake. One would think that being a wild cat, they would tend to be larger, but they're not much bigger than a domestic house cat. In fact, the Sand Cat is believed by many to be among the ancestors of the domestic cat. After all, Egypt is where the cat is first thought to have been domesticated. We'll meet more Egyptian cats later. And while we're on the subject of dangerous animals, here's another creature we'd all like to avoid: the scorpion. The tip of its tail delivers a powerful sting. The venom of most scorpions in Egypt is painful, but not deadly. However, the Palestinian Yellow Scorpion (thankfully rare) has a venom that is potentially lethal.

    20. Animals In The Wild
    animals in the wild, Fish, water, and the Atmosphere. Forest Servicescientists study the natural environment where animals live.
    Natural Inquirer Home Page Natural Inquirer Order Form Natural Inquirer Search Page Animals in the Wild, Fish, Water, and the Atmosphere Forest Service scientists study the natural environment where animals live. The place that an animal lives is called its habitat. Forest Service scientists study many kinds of animal habitats, but they are often concerned with animals whose existence is threatened or actually in danger. Other things that they study include the Nation's fresh water. This is the water that is found in streams, rivers, lakes, and even underground. Forest Service scientists also study the role of air quality in the health of forests and people, now and into the future. More about Research and Development

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