A zoo is a place where animals are kept in an artificial environment, and shown to the public. Apart from being a place of recreation, the zoo functions as a place for education, research, and a place for conservation for endangered animals. Animals kept in zoos are mostly animals that live on land, while aquatic animals are kept in aquariums.
Zoos have enclosures that often mimic their natural habitat for the benefit of both animals and visitors. Nocturnal animals are often housed in buildings with an inverted light-dark cycle, i.e. only dimming white or red lights during the day so the animals are active during visitor hours, and bright lights at night for the animals to sleep. Special climatic conditions can be created for animals living in extreme environments, such as penguins.
Special cages for birds, mammals, insects, reptiles, fish and other forms of aquatic life have also been developed. Some zoos have walk-in enclosures where visitors enter the enclosures of non-aggressive species, such as lemurs, marmosets, birds, lizards, and turtles. Visitors are asked to guard the path and avoid showing or eating food that animals might snatch.
Realistic Animal in The Jungle and Zoo For Coloring
Jungle Animal in The Zoo
Bear eats bamboo
Cheetah and Baby Cheetah
Two Girafees in The Jungle
Leopards are large, with a body length of between one and two meters. This species generally has brownish-yellow fur with black spots. The black spots on his head are smaller. Female leopards are similar, and smaller in size than males.
The leopard’s distribution area is on the continents of Asia and Africa. Leopards are solitary animals, which avoid each other. This species is more active at night. Due to the high cub mortality rate, females usually have one to two cubs, who stay with the mother until the young leopard is between one and a half to two years of age.
Leopards are opportunistic hunters, who use every opportunity to find their prey. They eat almost any prey of any size. Its main prey consists of various mammals, rodents, fish, birds, monkeys and other animals that are found around their habitat.
Realistic Wild Leopard
Baby Hippo and Mommy
Cute Panda Coloring Zoo
Collections of Cartoon Animals
Real Animal Jungle
Sketch of Bird
A group of Elephant
The King Lion
Big Cat in The Savvana
The tiger recognized as the largest cat, the tiger is about the size of a lion but slightly heavier. Different subspecies of tigers have different characteristics, in general, male tigers weigh between 180 and 320 kg and females weigh between 120 and 180 kg. Males are between 2.6 and 3.3 meters long, while females are between 2.3 and 2.75 meters. Among the surviving subspecies, the Sumatran tiger is the smallest and the Siberian tiger the largest.
The stripes on most tigers vary from brown to black. The shape and density of the stripes vary from one subspecies to another, but almost all tigers have more than 100 stripes. The Javan tiger, which is now extinct, may have had more stripes. This is not, however, the recommended method of identification, due to the difficulty of recording striped patterns in wild tigers. It seems the function of the stripes is for camouflage, to hide them from their prey.
Tigers usually hunt for rather large prey such as sambar deer, deer, pigs, or deer. However, tigers will hunt small animals such as porcupines if there is no prey that is rather large. Although they come from the same family, tigers are different from ordinary small cats, tigers love to swim, and cats are basically afraid of water.
We hope you enjoy with us.