Black book of animals. Black Book Animals

The story of a wandering dove speaks of how quickly a flourishing species can disappear. From the others, he was distinguished by a red plumage of his neck and a blue back with sides. By the end of the 19th century, there were 5 billion individuals. In 1914, not a single one became. Wandering pigeons began to be massively killed, since the relevance of sending letters with birds has lost.

Turanian tiger. Description, features, habitat of the Turanian tiger

Turanian tiger. Legends and facts about the life of a predator Among the largest tigers that lived in wildlife, half a century ago, you could see the Turanian tiger. The exterminated subspecies was distinguished by a bright color and a special coat. There remains hope for a revival with the help of a complex program of reintroduction of the animal in the conditions of the created natural reserve.

Arthropod trilobites. Description, features and evolution of trilobites

Who are trilobites? Trilobites are an extinct class of the first arthropods that appeared on the planet. They inhabited the ancient oceans more than 250,000,000 years ago. Paleontologists find their fossils everywhere. Some even preserved their lifelong coloring. In almost any museum you can find these amazing exhibits, some collect them at home.

Woolly Rhino. Description, features, habitat of woolly rhino

Looking at a rhino, when visiting a zoo or watching documentaries about nature, one is involuntarily amazed at how much unbridled power under the hooves of such an "armored personnel carrier" from the animal world. It is a pity that the woolly rhinoceros, a mighty giant, spread throughout Eurasia during the last glaciation, can only be imagined.

Saber-toothed tiger. Description, features, habitat of saber-toothed tigers

Description and features of the saber-toothed tiger The saber-toothed tiger belongs to the family of saber-toothed cats that became extinct over 10,000 years ago. They belong to the Mahairod family. So the predators were nicknamed because of the monstrously large twenty-centimeter fangs, which in shape resembled the blades of daggers. And besides, they were serrated at the edges, like the weapon itself.

Angelfish

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Type: Mollusks Class: Gastropod Squad: Gymnosomata Superfamily: Clionoidea Family: Clionidae Genus: Clione Species: Angelfish Angelfish is an unusual clam from the depths of the sea that, thanks to its translucent body, looks from the wings creature of unearthly origin.

Portuguese boat

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Type: Shrewd Subtype: Medusozoa Class: Hydroid Subclass: Hydroidolina Order: Siphonophores Suborder: Cystonectae Family: Physaliidae Brandt Genus: Physalia Lamarck Species: Portuguese boat An open-air Portuguese boat is very poisonous outwardly resembles a jellyfish, but is actually a siphonophore.

Sea wasp

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Type: Shrewd Subtype: Medusozoa Class: Cubomedusa Order: Chirodropida Family: Chirodropidae Genus: Chironex Southcott Species: Sea wasp A sea wasp is a tropical jellyfish famous for its toxic properties. It has two stages of development - free-floating (jellyfish) and attached (polyp).

Flatworms

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Primorotis Type: Flatworms Type: Flatworms Flatworms (Platyhelminthes) are a group of bilateral symmetrical soft-bodied invertebrates found in marine, freshwater, also humid ground environment.

Leech

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Bilaterally symmetrical Without rank: Primorotas Type: Ringworms Subclass: Leeches Type: Leech Leech refers to the whole subclass of ringworms belonging to the class of belt worms. Contrary to a common stereotype, a leech is not necessarily a bloodsucker that can be used for medical purposes.

Tardigrades

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Primorotous Without rank: Shedding Without rank: Panarthropoda Type: Tardigrades Type: Tardigrass Tardigrass also called aquatic bear - this is a species of free-living tiny invertebrates belonging to the type.

Guidac

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Primorotypes Type: Mollusks Class: Bivalves Subclass: All-Toothed Family: Hiatellidae Genus: Panopea Species: Guidac Guidac is one of the most unusual creatures on our planet. His second name is a digging clam, and this perfectly explains the distinguishing features of this creature.

Tridacna

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Primorothyx Type: Mollusks Class: Bivalve Subclass: Undentified Order: Veneroida Subfamily: Cardioidea Family: Heart-shaped Subfamily: Tridacrida Type: Tyrididae the genus of the largest mollusk attached to the bottom.

Mussel

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Primorothy Type: Mollusks Class: Bivalve Subclass: Pteriomorphia Order: Mytiloida Férussac Suborder: Mytiloidea Rafinesque Family: Mussel mids from the bivalve mollusk family.

Horseshoe crab

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Bilaterally symmetrical Without rank: Primorotous Without rank: Shedding Without rank: Panarthropoda Type: Arthropod Subtype: Heliceracy Class: Merostomus Squad: Horseshoe crab View: Crescent tail Horseshoe crabs resemble crustaceans, but belong to a separate subtype of chelicerae, and are closely related to arachnids (for example, spiders and scorpions).

Starfish

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Second-type: Type Echinoderms Subtype: Asterozoa Class: Starfish Type: Starfish Starfish (Asteroidea) is one of the largest, most diverse and specific groups. There are about 1600 species distributed throughout the oceans.

Krill

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Bilaterally symmetrical Without rank: Primorose Without rank: Shedding Without rank: Panarthropoda Type: Crustacean Subtype: Crustacean Class: Higher crayfish Order: Euphausian Family: Efaushausiidae Genus: E - These are small shrimp-like creatures that swarm in large numbers and make up the bulk of the diets of whales, penguins, seabirds, seals and fish.

Achatina snail

Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Sub-kingdom: Eumetazoi Type: Mollusks Class: Gastropod Squad: Pulmonary snails Suborder: Gem-eyed Family: Achatinidae Subfamily: Achatininae Genus: Achatina Species: Achatina snail Achatina snail is one of the largest dry-cured snails. It lives in countries with a warm tropical climate.