People from time immemorial contained Pets like cats and dogs, hamsters, fish, birds. But in recent years has spread the fashion for exotic animals . in particular on tropical insects and invertebrates. Many contain or are planning to make themselves the spiders, despite the fact that we all, as a rule, are afraid of spiders, believing them to be dangerous and poisonous creatures. Someone thinks spiders are scary, and others think that they are scary beautiful. The latter becomes more and more. What, and no wonder! Spiders do not require much space, time, attention, costs, skills, in the end. And the process of growing out the gray and nondescript semicentimetric baby in a big, beautiful and hairy exotic animal is extremely fun and exciting. You cover a tremulous joy, say the owners, when grown pet begins to acquire color and with each molt, becoming larger and more spectacular. But there are some things you should know about the future owner of a spider :
Not to scare you or play with spiders: they have weak nervous system and they can die from fear.
To hold a tarantula is not recommended, they break easily, and drop a few centimeters can lead to death. Continue reading
Guinea pigs – funny little creatures that have become very affectionate once you get used to and begin to trust its owner. Proper care and regular interaction with them will help to build important atmosphere of well-being based on trust.
Here are some funny and interesting facts about Guinea pigs that you might not know:
Guinea pig is a rodent with a small tail and fat body
There are 3 main types of Guinea pigs American (English), which has a short smooth coat, the Abyssinian, which has a denser coat with the so-called “rosettes”, and, finally, the Peruvian, which has a straight and silky coat
Guinea pigs are not connected with conventional pigs. Their name is associated with the country of Guyana, and their body is massive and thick, so they were named Guinea pigs (marine eng. guinea)
The birthplace of the Guinea pigs is the Andes
They are very active during the day and less at night Continue reading