DescriptionThe salamander is a specie amphibian familyurodelo Salamandridae.Adults aged 18 to 25 cm including the tail, withfemales slightly larger. In exceptional cases mayreach 28 or 30 cm. Thick body and short tail, nodorsal or caudal crest.Habitat It is a nocturnal animal, but may be active during the day if the relative humidity is high, on rainy days or foggy, and when thetemperature is cool but more than 3 ° C. By day takes refuge under leaf litter, fallen trees or under rocks. Larvae are found in streams and clean water sources.
MALVASÍA CARIBLANCAIts preferred Habitat are the gaps of freshwater or brackish(generally of less than 2 meters deep), with wide belt ofvegetation surrounding and vegetation.Su hábitat preferido son las lagunas de agua dulce o salobre(generalmente de menos de 2 metros de profundidad), conancho cinturón de vegetación perilagunar y vegetaciónsemisumergida.
The Malvasía bald is an anátida from 43 to 48 cm in length,with a wingspan of 62 to 70 cm. His body is plump; his head islarge and stiff tail, which maintains vertical frequently. Themale has a white head with a narrow black Crown, neck andbrown body and a long tail at wedding time generally upright.La Malvasía cabeciblanca es una anátida de 43 a 48 cm delargo, con una envergadura alar de 62 a 70 cm. Su cuerpo esrechoncho; su cabeza es grande y su cola tiesa, que mantienevertical frecuentemente. El macho tiene la cabeza blanca con un estrecho píleo negro,el cuello y cuerpo pardusco, y una cola larga que en épocanupcial suele llevar erguida.
One of the main threats for the species is hybridization with thecinnamon Malvasia, American species introduced to Great Britain andother countries in Northern Europe and is growing both in number andin the area of reproduction.Una de las principales amenazas de la especie es la hibridación con lamalvasía canela, especie americana introducida en Gran Bretaña yotros países del norte de Europa y que está en expansión tanto ennúmero como en su área de reproducción.
OSPREY Name: Gypaetus barbatus Eat: Its a vulture than other birds of prey like. It is named for its habit of tracing bones and shells to great heights to release, split them against the rocks and to eat them for food.
Live:Today you can see in the Cantabrian Mountains andPyrenees.The osprey live in mountainous and rugged, equipped withlarge ravines or cliffs from which to throw their catch tofeed them.
The Bustards (Otididae) are a family of birds including thebustards Gruiformes and little bustards.
How are they?The bustards are omnivorous and nest on theground. They walk upright on its strong legs and big toes. Their wings are long. Females lay three to five dark and mottledeggs in an area dug in the ground where the hatch on their own.
its large size makes the big fishing boats are attracted to the trade by the valuable species SPECIESCONSUMPTION OF THAT MAKES START DISAPPEAR! For example, have been sold and other countries, more than 173,000 euros for tuna of 200 kilos.
Where you live?red tunalive mainly in the pelagic ecosystem of the North Atlanticand adjacent seas, particularly in the Mediterranean Sea.
Its scientific name is …Thunnus albacaresFEATURES...His flesh is pink and has a capacity to carry oxygen higthan other fish species.
T he Iberian ibex is a species with strong sexual dimorphism,like many other cattle. The females are about 1.20 meters long and60 tall at the withers, weighing between 30 and 45 kilos. It has hornsvery short and closely resembles a domestic goat, domestic goatbut would have its origin in the bezoar goat
La cabra montesa es unaespecie con fuertedimorfismo sexual, al igualque muchos otrosbóvidos. Las hembrasmiden unos 1,20 metrosde largo y otros 60 dealtura en la cruz, pesandoentre 30 y 45 kilos. Tienecuernos bastante cortos yse parece bastante a unacabra doméstica, aunquela cabra doméstica tendríasu origen en la cabrabezoar
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