Pass it on! Animal world

by OkidokiTDS_2012

OkidokiTDS (2012)

Monkeys are mammals of the order Primates. They arose from ancestors that lived in the trees of tropical forests. Many monkey species are still tree-dwelling, although some species live primarily on the ground. Monkeys are generally considered to be intelligent.
Besides, monkeys are notoriously curious. A recent research at the University of Rochester and Columbia University has quantified just how eager they are to gain new information, even if this means, they wouldn’t get immediate benefits. The study shows that rhesus macaques have such robust curiosity that they are willing to give up a surprisingly large portion of a potential prize in order to quickly find out if they selected the winning option at a gambling game. Therefore, the findings offer insights into how a certain part of the brain shared by monkeys and humans plays a role in decision making, and perhaps even in some disorders and addictions in humans.


by DarkRose__2014

DarkRose_ (2014)

Disney’s 24th full-length animated movie (83 minutes), The Fox And The Hound, is all about friendship of two species, which are supposed to be enemies. However, this movie doesn’t only address friendship, but also such a mature theme, like loss.
A lonely widow adopts an orphaned fox cub named Tod, who soon befriends Copper, a hound puppy who lives next door with Amos, a mean hunter. They share a lot of fun, adventures and also disappointment and their friendship has to be put to the test. It’s Disney at its best: a simple and touching movie, that doesn’t need anything else to be an enjoyable experience for everyone.
The Walt Disney Company has produced hundreds of memorable characters. Some of them might be perfect for your pet. So if you still  puzzle your head over your dog’s or cat’s name, here’s a list of some Disney puppy names, which could help you to decide: http://bit.ly/1GaAO0v.


Lion Head by *Soul_2013

“Lion Head” by *Soul (2013)

Lions are known as regal beasts, so it’s not actually surprising that their symbolic meaning deals with strength, nobility, determination, intensity, courage, conquest, pride, protection and authority.
Its astrological sign is Leo, and has the sun for its planet. The basis of the association between the lion and the sun is the animal’s strength, its golden-brown color, and the ray-like mane of the male.
Lions live in the plains and grassy hills, never in the mountains and surely not in the high snow mountains. They are geographically distributed in mostly sub-Saharan east and southern Africa, but can also be found in many zoos internationally as well as in India and some parts of Asia.
These cats once ranged across the African continent and into Syria, Israel, Iraq, Pakistan, Iran, and even northwest India. 2,000 years ago more than a million lions roamed the Earth. In the past few decades, however, the population of these vulnerable animals has dramatically decreased. Now they may total as few as 20,000 animals.


by WildMonkeyS_2014

WildMonkeyS (2014)

As a matter of course we tend to reflect back on those things in our lives that influenced and shaped us in our childhood and adolescence, like movies, music, television and so on. Over the years  most of us were exposed to a sensory overload of images – a lot of which kept us entertained , especially when we were bored, for hours on end.
One of such entertaining things are popular cartoon series featuring Scooby Doo, one of the most awesome cartoon dogs. Scooby is a Great Dane with cropped ears, who’s afraid of everything. However, his expressions and laugh could make anyone smile and made him a unique cartoon dog. And just about everyone loves a good dog cartoon movie.
In real life Great Danes combine great size and power with elegance. It is square-proportioned and well-balanced. Nevertheless, they manage to be reserved and gentle and can well adapt to living among people, small children and other small animals.

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