I have many photos of the Ecomuseum, but I don't want to post them all. 20 August 2k11
Well, I have a huge dislike of zoo and any placed like this, especially the tiny cage. Plus, they're feed everyday which isn't good if you want to save a specie like, as example, the Tiger. They can't move where they want and they'll never be free since they have humans contact. They're not toys, they're living being equal to us that want freedom.
By the way, I was behind a window.SOME INFOS ABOUT THIS SPECIE.Name:
Gray coyote (Canis latrans) || Size:
80 cm long +35 cm long tail and 60 cm high. || Weight:
Mices, birds, snakes, etc...Coyotes eat all their prey, also the bones and fur.Conservation:
Common. They can be found in a variety of habitats including fields, plains and bushy areas. Some facts:
A mother gives birth to 2-19 pups in June. Pups are born blind with floppy ears. Male pups will leave their mother when they are between six and nine months old. Female pups will stay with their mother's pack. Coyotes pair off and mate together for several years.
Got to this folder
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A thing to know is that I don't modify my photos (saturation, colors, light, etc) since I prefer them natural.
I still had to resize all of my photos or else the computer would have been full.
Instead of deleting it, I don't mind removing a part of the photo when I need it.Ecomuseum photos
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