Print this page Indian subcontinent has a rich and varied biodiversity to boast of. Infact, the country is home to some of the most rare as well as magnificent wild animals. Most of the wild animals of India are being protected from poaching as well as habitat loss through the numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
More Info Introduction Before the 'White Man' came trampling all over the land, the native tribes and nations of what would one day become America had all the space in their world. They made good use of it, living close to nature in what might seem to modern society like a glorious camping vacation.
If you ignore the constant threat of starvation and war. The Native American peoples had and still have a huge respect for nature.
Animal spirits in particular were very powerful and it was necessary to thank them and placate them if you wanted to make a meal of them. When corn arrived courtesy of the deities, it was also given its due measure of respect. The thought of organic free-range food sounds alluring, but hunting wasn't as easy as getting up in the morning, taking a stroll and shooting a few passing bison with your bow.
Even Plains societies who lived off the prolific buffalo fell under the threat of starvation at times. When herds were found, the people were grateful and thanked the gods and spirits profusely. Say what you like about nature, whenever humans get together there's always the risk of trouble. Many Native American tribes fought terrible wars with each other, especially when the larders were getting bare.
Great warriors were held in high esteem, and the gods smiled upon them - so long as the medicine men did their bit in the ritual department. And at the end, Heaven was the Happy Hunting Ground, much the same as Earth but with better weather and animals that didn't run away.
Introduced animals. Bear in mind that most introduced species do not become invasive. Examples of introduced animals that have become invasive include the gypsy moth in eastern North America, the zebra mussel and alewife in the Great Lakes, the Canada goose and gray squirrel in Europe, the muskrat in Europe and Asia, the cane toad and red fox in Australia, nutria in North America, Eurasia, and. The IUCN classifies the Asian elephant an endangered species facing threats from habitat loss and fragmentation, due to rapid infrastructure development. According to the WWF there are about 40, to 50, Asian elephants left. 6. Giant Panda. The Giant Panda is an omnivore native to south-central China and a bear family member. Native American - Prehistory: Indigenous Americans had (and have) rich traditions concerning their origins, but until the late 19th century, most outsiders’ knowledge about the Native American past was speculative at best. Among the more popular misconceptions were those holding that the first residents of the continent had been members of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel or refugees from the.
Until the White Man came, it was a hard but healthy life, with tales round the campfire and no churches, shrines or temples necessary. And it was teetotalism round the totem poles as none of the spirits drank spirits.
Although they did puff on the peace pipe a bit. We can hardly blame them. North America, Canada and the Arctic bits. Many of the individual place names are covered under the relevant tribe. Many Gods are spread across different regions, cultures and tribes.
We've tried to pin them down to a particular area if possible. But corrections are always welcome, especially from people with first-hand knowledge.
So if you know the region and would like to comment, we'd love to hear from you. And there's more where that came from The Gods told us to do it.Some animals native to Asia include the Siberian tiger, Arabian camel, Asian elephant and giant panda.
The dugong, pufferfish, Japan finner whale and harbor seal are all native to the waters of coastal Asia. The white-bellied or Himalayan musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster) is another of the native animals of the Himalayas.
The natural habitat of the Himalayan musk deer is the hilly, forested ecosystem, where it can stay away from human settlements and eat grasses, leaves, and flowers. Native American Food Native Americans were resourceful and very good at using what was available to them.
Food was no exception. Wherever a tribe was located, they learned what plants would grow there and how to hunt the animals in the area. Asia -Trail of the Tiger. Cascading waterfalls, overlooking views of scenic exhibits, vibrant foliage and a vast array of exotic animals hailing from dozens of Asian countries are what make up Asia – Trail of the Tiger.
Introduced animals. Bear in mind that most introduced species do not become invasive. Examples of introduced animals that have become invasive include the gypsy moth in eastern North America, the zebra mussel and alewife in the Great Lakes, the Canada goose and gray squirrel in Europe, the muskrat in Europe and Asia, the cane toad and red fox in Australia, nutria in North America, Eurasia, and.
Indian subcontinent has a rich and varied biodiversity to boast of. Infact, the country is home to some of the most rare as well as magnificent wild animals.