Types of Pigeons | Problems caused by Pigeons | Advantages of Pigeons

Types of Pigeons | Problems caused by Pigeons | Advantages of Pigeons

Types of Pigeons 1. Domestic Pigeons  A lot of pigeons around the world are used for some domestic purposes like for sports, or to be used for some hobby or for the eating purpose. When these pigeons are released in the wild, accidentally or deliberately, then they can’t feed themselves and survive on their own…

15 Facts about Wasps [Unique Nature & Eating Habits] | Wasp Vs Bee

15 Facts about Wasps [Unique Nature & Eating Habits] | Wasp Vs Bee

A Wasp is usually a narrow waisted insect that is of the suborder ‘Apocrita’ and order ‘Hymenoptera’, which is neither a bee nor an ant. Wasps do not constitute a complete natural group with a single ancestor since they share their common ancestors with Bees and Ants. While there are tens of thousands of wasps…

17 Facts About Midges & Lifecycle [Midges Vs Mosquitoes]

17 Facts About Midges & Lifecycle [Midges Vs Mosquitoes]

Often confused with other flies or mosquitoes, Midges are rather distinctive small-sized flies belonging to the Order Diptera, which includes species of many families of non-mosquito Nematoceran Diptera. There are more than a thousand Midges species across the world and each of these species has its own unique features and peculiarities. Their characteristics and behaviors,…

17 Interesting Facts About Bats [Eating Habits, Lifespan and more]

17 Interesting Facts About Bats [Eating Habits, Lifespan and more]

Bats are basically mammals of the order Chiroptera with their forelimbs adapted as wings and are the only mammals that are capable of sustained flight. Bats are the second largest order of mammals after rodents and comprise over 1,400 species. The smallest bat is ‘Kitti’s hog-nosed bat’, which is approximately 24–34 millimeters in length, 150…

21 Facts About Coyotes [Coyotes Vs Pitbull Vs Dogs Vs Fox]

21 Facts About Coyotes [Coyotes Vs Pitbull Vs Dogs Vs Fox]

Coyotes (Canis latrans) are a species of canine family that is primarily found in North America and are smaller than its close relative, the wolf. These species are sometimes called the ‘prairie wolf’ and the ‘brush wolf’ and are recognized to have 19 subspecies. The color of their fur is predominantly light gray and red,…

What are No See Ums? Learn 13 Interesting Facts about No-See-Ums

What are No See Ums? Learn 13 Interesting Facts about No-See-Ums

No See Ums, or technically known as Ceratopogonidae are type of files that are very similar to mosquitos. In this article, you will discover 13 facts about them.  What are no see ums? No see ums belong to a family of flies known as Ceratopogonidae, and are commonly known as biting midges. They are very…

17 Facts about Millipedes & Centipedes | Millipedes vs Centipedes |

17 Facts about Millipedes & Centipedes | Millipedes vs Centipedes |

Millipedes belong to the Arthropoda family; they are usually black, grey, and red in color and have many segments on their body. The average length of a millipede is about 1 to 2 inches. You can found them in your house or garden very easily because they need a moist environment to survive and dead…

15 Facts About Woodpeckers [Eating Habits, Lifespan and More]

15 Facts About Woodpeckers [Eating Habits, Lifespan and More]

Woodpeckers belong to the family Picidae and mainly include the Piculets, Wrynecks, and Sapsuckers. There are more than 180 species of Woodpeckers that are generally found worldwide except for some of the regions of Australia, New Guinea, Madagascar, and the extreme polar regions. Most of the members of this family live in the forests or…