Tick

Tick

Tick Ticks are small arachnids in the order of  Parasitiformes.They constitute of the subclass Acari.Ticks are known to be external parasites that live in the blood of mammals, reptiles and amphibians and also spread disease. There are various kinds of ticks that are closely related to the family of mites within the subclass Acarina.Ticks can

Spider

Spider

Do you know how a spider weaves its web? Spiders are one of the most interesting creatures on the Earth. They can be large, they can be huge, hairy, venomous, and non-venomous, they can be mysterious too. Here’s all you would like to know about this organism. Spiders are not insects; they are arachnids just

Scorpion

Scorpion

Scorpions have been found in numerous fossil records, including marine Silurian and estuarine Devonian stores, coal stores from the Carboniferous Period and in golden. The most seasoned known scorpions lived around 430 million years back. They lived in the Silurian time frame. Here are more about them. The developmental history of scorpions does a reversal

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Gorilla Habitat Facts

Gorilla Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) belongs to the Pongidae family. The largest and strongest animal of the monkeys team (Primates) living in the vast equatorial forests of Africa. Gorillas are a mammal that lives as an animal with the biggest backbone. The biggest primate of the world are gorillas living in Congo forests, also known as

Flamingo Colors Facts

Flamingo Flamingo is the common name of the six bird species of the phoenicopteridae family that formed the genus phoenicopterus. It consists of one genus and its six subspecies. Another feature of this species is that they are called Cuba because they can reproduce in itself and with other species. It has long thin legs,