Most Beautiful Season – Yosemite in Snow 2019

Most Beautiful Season – Yosemite in Snow 2019

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Hiking and driving options are limited in Yosemite in the wintertime, but the crowds are much smaller. From December to February, only 9 percent of the park’s 5 million-plus annual visitors show up, according to park visitation statistics. Yosemite’s winter weather can be cold, especially at the higher elevations. The Yosemite Valley is at 4,000 feet elevation and even if it snows. The Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area is at Badger Pass. It includes a terrain park along with beginner and intermediate slopes, making it a good place for kids and others just learning to ski.

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Animals: Red Panda Facts and Photos

Animals: Red Panda Facts and Photos

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The Red Panda lives beneath the forest canopy in the mountains in Nepal, India, Bhutan, China, Laos and Myanmar. There are 2 subspecies, which live in slightly different geographical areas. The red panda has small features like a cat but the markings of a panda or raccoon. In fact it looks like a cross between all three. It is about the size of a raccoon and weighs 7 to 14 pounds. They are about 20 to 26 inches long with their tail an additional 12 to 20 inches.Red pandas live 12 to 14 years. It is an omnivore (eats both plants and animals). It mostly eats bamboo, but it also consumes fruit, roots, eggs and small mammals. Red panda is diurnal animal that is mostly active in the morning and late afternoon.

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster – Face to Face

Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster – Face to Face

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to the charity, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation. The Yorkshire Wildlife Park was built on land formerly occupied by the 260-acre Brockholes Farm Visitor Centre, and currently occupies about 100 acres of the site. It offering a unique view into the world of animals with walkthough areas including Lemur Woods and Wallaby Walkabout, South America Viva, Polar Bears and just arrived two critically endangered black rhinos. The park offers an unrivalled opportunity to come almost face to face with some of the most beautiful and endangered animals on earth

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The Most Unique Lollipops with Real Scorpions

The Most Unique Lollipops with Real Scorpions

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The real scorpion inside the lollipop is edible, and you don’t have to worry about the whole venom. It is 100% safe and delicious. They are fantastic at Halloween.

Ingredients:

– Sugar, Artificial Flavoring, scorpion without stinger

Top Scorpion Facts:

– there are about 2,000 species of scorpions
– 40-50 species have poison strong enough to kill people
– some species can live a year without food or water
– have cannibalistic tendencies
– fluoresce under ultraviolet light
– having six to twelve eyes

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Best Things to Do in Los Angeles ( L.A. Zoo )

Best Things to Do in Los Angeles ( L.A. Zoo )

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The Zoo is home to more than 1,100 mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles representing more than 250 different species of which 29 are endangered. The L.A. Zoo has been welcoming visitors since 1966. The Los Angeles Zoo is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles from July 1, 1997 till present. The Zoo receives over 1.5 million visitors per year. L.A. Zoo is located in Griffith Park, Los Angeles CA.

Hours:
10:00am to 5:00pm daily except December 25

Admission:
Adults: $14.00
Children (2-12): $9.00,
Under 2: free
Senior Citizens (62 and older): $11.00
Parking: free

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Arctic Fox – Wild Animals

Arctic Fox – Wild Animals

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Arctic fox usually lives to 15 years of age. It can run at the speed of around 30 mph. The arctic fox feeds on lemmings, voles, squirrels, birds, bird eggs, berries, fish and carrion. Arctic fox is a scavenger. It sometimes follows predators and feed off the remains they leave behind. Arctic fox have very warm fur, warmer than other arctic and polar animals, that can be used for clothing like hat, scarf…

Height: Height at shoulder 10-12 in. (25-30 cm.)
Weight: They weigh from 6 to 10 pounds.
Color: Normally white in winter and brownish grey in summer.

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What Do Hyenas Eat ?

What Do Hyenas Eat ?

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They eat everything. Hyenas consumes animals of various types and sizes and even other hyenas, carrion, bones, vegetable matter and other animals droppings. Their favorite food is the wildebeests and the zebras. Hyenas have sturdy jaws that can crush bones, and strong digestive juices that make them excellent scavengers. Their gastric juices are bactericidal so they do not become sick even after eating food that has been rotting.

Scientific Name: Crocuta crocuta (spotted hyena)
Size: 28 to 35 inches tall
Weight: 90 to 190 pounds
Lifespan: 25 years in captivity
Habitat: Savannas, grasslands, woodlands, forest edges, subdeserts and mountains to 13,000 feet
Diet: Carnivorous
Gestation: 90 to 110 days

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Meerkats – Cute Funny Predators

Meerkats – Cute Funny Predators

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Surikat can not be missed in any major documentary film of Africa. Surikats are small creatures. Family is very important for them, and they live in large extended-family groups. Their community is 10 to 30 individuals. Every community defense and guarding their own territory. Surikats are usually desert-dwellers.

Weigth: 0,7 – 0,9 kg
Length: 30 – 35 cm
Life expectancy: 8 years
Diet: insects, spiders, skorpions

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Dragonfly in Macro Photography

Dragonfly in Macro Photography

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Dragonflies are found on all continents except Antarctica and are concentrated in warmer habitats, near ponds, lakes, swamps, slow streams, pools of rivers, and any slow moving water. The dragonfly is known for its beautiful colours and the way it\’s body and wings sparkle when the dragonfly is flying around the water. Dragonflies have long, thin and generally colourful bodies, large eyes and two pairs of transparent wings.

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