Sunday, March 5, 2017
10 Animals That Came Back From Extinction
It is known as true wild horse in the world they weigh around 300 kilograms. This species has 66 chromosomes as other common horses has 62 chromosomes. They originally lived in mongolian plains gradually moving to the gobi desert and they were last seen in 1969. They were believed to extinct due to loss of grassing land and hunting but thanks to ambitious breeding programmes that takhi’s are back.
is a species of small colubrid snake endemic to clarion island initially described by a single specimen by william beebe in 1936. During the next several decades, scientists were unable to detect any trace of the snake in their field studies. After an intensive search in 2013, a team of scientists identified 11 snake that matched original description of the species. The snakes has the characteristics series of darker spots on their head and neck grows to be approximately 18 inches long. They usually lives on black lava rock habitat near the waters of sulphur gay.
Monito del Monte
Loatian Rock Rat
Since its discovery in 1861 by the German naturalist Wilhelm Peters, only 36 had ever been caught. By 1970, some thought the Cuban solenodon had become extinct, since no specimens had been found since 1890. This species of animals are polygamist which means they only meet up to mate and the male mates with multiple females. The males and females are not found together unless they are mating. The pair will meet up, mate, then separate. The males do not partake in raising any of the young.
The Caledonian Crested Gecko