Dogs and humans go together like peanut butter and jelly. Unfortunately, so do dogs and fleas. If your dog has ever had fleas, you know how difficult it can be to get rid of those persnickety critters. ThePestKillers.com made this infographic titled “How to Naturally Get Rid of Fleas on Dogs,” which offers helpful tips. First, the infographic explains how to identify fleas. … [Read more...]
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Some of the world’s most unusual creatures are found in the deep sea. This infographic, titled “32 of the Most Bizarre Deep Sea Creatures Discovered So Far,” illustrates some of the most unbelievable aquatic wildlife known to humankind. Created by Alan’s Factory Outlet, it uses data compiled from National Geographic, The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and SeaSky.org. As … [Read more...]
This colorful infographic explains how anti-poaching laws saved Siberian Tigers from extinction. The infographic begins by stating that only 13 of the world’s 195 countries are home to Siberian Tigers. It then shows a map of the area where these animals live. Next, there is data detailing the tiger’s rapid decline. It then explains the cause of the decline. The graphic then … [Read more...]
The Fourth of July can be a ton of fun for humans. But for dogs, not so much. This infographic, created by The Bark Buzz, explains ways to keep your pooch calm during Independence Day. Specifically, the infographic explains how the sound of fireworks causes many animals to become scared or panic. Some dogs even run away or hurt themselves trying to escape the noise. As the … [Read more...]
Snakes, like people, are just a regular part of nature.You can't avoid meeting snakes as long as you go hiking in the mountains.Cottonmouth snake is one of them, they are found in the southeastern United States edgewater and swamps, they are strong swimmers, main feed on fish, of course, they also can eat some other things, such as small crocodile, frogs，birds, snails, and … [Read more...]