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Pets

  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF AQUARIUM
  2. 2. BLACK GHOST I LOOK LIKE KNIFE… KNIFE Color Form: Black Origin: South America Family: Apteronotidae family and the speckled knife fish group Diet: Carnivore Max. Size: 20 inch Live span: 10 years
  3. 3. CHECK OUT MY RED TAIL…RED TAIL SHARK Color Form: Black, Red Origin: Farm Raised, Thailand Family: Cyprinidae Diet: Omnivore Max. Size: 6 inch Live span: 8-10 years
  4. 4. I AM GLOWING…GLOFISH Color Form: Green, Red, Yellow Origin: Tank Bred Family: Cyprinidae Diet: Omnivore Max. Size: 1.5 inch Life span: 5 years
  5. 5. WELCOME TOMY WORLD
  6. 6. Bred in North East Asia (Russia) Original Purpose: Sledge dogSIBERIAN HUSKY Behavior: Friendly, outgoing and can be very mischievous. Strong-minded, independent and very assertive and will constantly test the owner. Color: Black, brown and pure white Eyes: Can be blue or brown or both
  7. 7. Origin: Arctic regions Keeshond meaning: dog of the people Eyes: Medium sized and darkKEESHOND Ears: Erect, triangular in shape and set high on the head Tail: Medium in length and carried over the back Body coat: Long, straight, harsh outer coat, and a thick, downy undercoat Color: a mixture of gray, black and cream
  8. 8. Original purpose: Dog fighting sport Special feature: Powerful, square head and deep andPRESA CANARIO broad chest Structure: Thick skin, strong bones and powerful muscles with a large jaw Ears: Usually short Colors: Fawn and grey with various patterns, white markings are sometimes seen.
  9. 9. WELCOME TO OUR WORLD
  10. 10. THE BALI BIRD OF I AM SO COLOURFUL… PARADISE There are many kinds of bird-of-paradise, all of which have truly beautiful displays, and most are found on the island of New Guinea. Forty types are known to biologists, all highly memorable because the plumage of the male birds is so wonderfully colourful. Particular kinds have highly elongated and elaborate feathers extending from the beak, wings and head, and give mating displays that can take your breath away. You are only ever likely to see them on film, though, because they mostly live in inaccessible, dense rainforest habitats.
  11. 11. KEEL BILLED HAVE A LOOK ON MY BEAK… TOUCAN At first sight this seems quite a threatening creature, but the Keel-billed, Sulfur-breasted or Rainbow-billed Toucan, is truly a splendid sight to see. This South American bird, the national bird of Belize, spends its time high up in the canopies of rainforests.
  12. 12. THE EURASIAN I AM SO BEAUTIFUL… GOLDEN The Eurasian golden oriole is distributed all around Europe and ORIOLE Asia except for the northern areas. In the British Isles it can be found only in eastern England. During winter, generally by November, orioles move down to Africa and go back to Eurasia in March. They live in woodland areas. Oriolus oriolus is 25 cm in size (10 inches). Its plumage is yellow almost all over the body. The wings are black with a yellow stripe in the middle. Between the eyes and the bill there is another black stripe. The bill is small and yellow as wellTheir diet ranges from small animals to berries and fruit. The females have got up to four cream colored eggs.
  13. 13. A JOINT EFFORT BY*APARAJITA CHOUDHURY*DEEPA BAIDYA*SILADITYA MUKHERJEE

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