My favorite little animal is chicken.
Just right, my house downstairs 307, raised a few chickens. Every day we pass by, the chicks lean on our heads.
The chickens are hairy and lovely. A yellow feather like wrapped in a golden dress. The chicken has a pair of pointed little mouth. The round eyes are quite spiritual when they look at people.
I don't see their ears, but chickens can't have ears. If there were no ears, how could they lean on our heads when we walked by?
Mother said, the newly hatched chickens can only eat small grains of rice, can not eat millet or corn, but also often give them water. If they had worms, they would have grown stronger.
I love these lovely chicks. But mom and
Dogs belong to the canine.
When a dog follows its nose,it's actually being led by thee key senses.Sight:a glimpse of the enemy saves them barking up the wrong tree.Sound:a bark can be a fierce threat,but it's also how canines make their long distance calls.Smell:this tells a dog more than all the other senses put together.
Inside its nose are around two hundred million smell sensitive cells,forty times more than in humans.Through them the dog's brain can pick up signals from one molecule of scent in a million.It gives the dog:a completely different picture of the world,based on what it smells,rather than what it sees.
Flowers are irrelevant to a dog.So their scent is meaningless.But food is a serious matter.What to us is an empty plate,is covered with the smell of chicken to a hungry dog.
Contribute to nature reserves and other wilderness areas. Habitat preservation is one of the best ways to help protect animals. You can donate money or volunteer your time helping the nature reserve preserve habitat.
Buy environmentally friendly goods. Choose non-toxic cleaners and lawn care items that won't pollute streams, rivers or oceans. Avoid any products that have been made from threatened or animals. Buy foods and goods that are made from materials that do not harm animals or their habitat. For example, look for organic chocolate, coffee or cotton clothing that is grown without cutting down rainforests or destroying habitat.
Create or restore habitat for animals. You can volunteer to help with projects worldwide designed to reestablish habitat. In your own backyard, plant a butterfly garden, use native plants and trees and let "wild" areas grow to provide habitat and food.
Join a local, national or global conservation organization. Some organizations focus on one particular animal while others focus on broad efforts for all species. You can "adopt" an animal through these organizations, which makes a great gift idea as well.