Views:198|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:32Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:0 Elixir Private Zoo is a *Private Breeding House* owned and run by *Khawaja Mansoor Ahmed Sethi & Family* working to bring positive activities to #Karachi and stop animal extinction.
Owner of The Elixir Zoo Bilal Mansoor Khawaja took us to his exotic wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Karachi.
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This is a 14-day high quality program designed in order to give veterinarians knowledge and hands-on experience in African Wildlife Medicine and its conservation. This course will also introduce you to welfare issues that affect domestic and wild animals in South Africa. Your tutors are professionals in both wildlife medicine and conservation fields and they will ensure you will have a high quality course and an unforgettable experience.
Views:83|Rating:3.75|View Time:7:3Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:1 Watch a rhino being dehorned by a team of veterinarians to protect it from poaching. Horns grow back over time, with recent studies claiming that the re-growth of dehorned rhino horn appears faster than growth in non-dehorned rhinos.
Some wildlife reserves believe this to be an effective deterrent against poaching, and are therefore removing rhino horns every 12-24 months.
Views:547019|Rating:4.71|View Time:4:15Minutes|Likes:5439|Dislikes:334 The monitor lizards are large lizards in the genus Varanus. They are native to Africa, Asia and Oceania, but are now found also in the Americas as an invasive species. A total of 79 species are currently recognized.
Monitor lizards have long necks, powerful tails and claws, and well-developed limbs. The adult length of extant species ranges from 20 cm (7.9 in) in some species, to over 3 m (10 ft) in the case of the Komodo dragon, though the extinct varanid known as megalania (Varanus priscus) may have been capable of reaching lengths of more than 7 m (23 ft). Most monitor species are terrestrial, but arboreal and semiaquatic monitors are also known. While most monitor lizards are carnivorous, eating eggs, smaller reptiles, fish, birds and small mammals, some also eat fruit and vegetation, depending on where they live.
According to IUCN Red List of threatened species, most of the Monitor lizards species fall in the categories of least concern but the population is decreasing globally. All but five species of monitor lizard are classified by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora under Appendix II, which is loosely defined as species that are not necessarily threatened with extinction, but may become so unless trade in such species is subject to strict regulation order to avoid use incompatible with the survival of the species in the wild. The remaining five species – V. bengalensis, V. flavescens, V. griseus, V. komodoensis, and V. nebulosus – are classified under CITES Appendix I, which outlaws international commercial trade in the species.
The Yellow Monitor, Varanus flavescens is protected in all range countries except Bhutan; Nepal, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
In Tamil Nadu and all other parts of South India, catching or killing of monitor lizards is banned under the Protected Species Act.
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Real life experience of a professional reptile rescuer.
Helping people from trespass reptiles within human habitat, such as Snakes, Lizards etc and safely release them into their natural habitats
Stop! Do NOT attempt to handle a live reptile. They can all inflict severe injuries to humans, perhaps life threatening too.
Kindly contact your local animal rescue center for help.
Views:3109|Rating:4.59|View Time:9:52Minutes|Likes:67|Dislikes:6 On this episode of Deer & Wildlife Stories, Keith features the Southern Veterinary Services.
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Keith Warren is an icon in the outdoor television industry and a devoted conservationist. He has been producing and hosting television shows specifically geared to outdoorsmen for thirty years and has appeared on networks such as Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, VERSUS, ESPN, ESPN 2, and Pursuit Channel.
Keith currently hosts The High Road with Keith Warren and Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories, nationally broadcast on the Pursuit Channel.
Views:2109987|Rating:3.90|View Time:11:51Minutes|Likes:3095|Dislikes:870 Mating season of animals, at this time, the animals mate very strong to reproduce. With a large body, the horse is called king in mating.
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Views:1214|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:10Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Nitza Soledad Perez reports from Florida’s Everglades on a wildlife sanctuary which focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of exotic animals. At this outpost, it’s not only the battered animals that are saved, but the humans who care for them as well.
Views:1239|Rating:5.00|View Time:42Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 The Sanctuary has a large range of scaly and slimy friends. With 38 different species of reptiles including snakes, you won’t miss our cold-blooded creatures. For something less frightening, don’t miss out on seeing the frogs in the amphibian display.
Come on an adventure with us as Dr. Wayne Boardman shares some of his tales of working with wild gorillas in Uganda, endangered birds in New Zealand and helping to save threatened species here in Australia.
Wayne is presently working as a senior lecturer at the School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide.
Views:25248785|Rating:3.74|View Time:9:16Minutes|Likes:20070|Dislikes:6792 Alligators and Reptiles are everywhere! In this fun video for kids, Park Rangers Aaron and LB are visiting the East Texas Gators and Wildlife Park and kids playground for some family fun and to see real life alligators and snakes! Don’t miss the surprise dinosaur that wanders into the alligator park!
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