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Dog Health

Dog Health Dog Health Dogs share with humans some diseases like diabetes, epilepsy and cancer, however there are several diseases exclusive to dogs that can be classified as: Viral Infections, Bacterial Infections, Fungal Infections, Protozoal diseases, Parasites, Skeletal and muscular disorders, Cardiovascular and circulatory disorders, Ears, Skin, Eyes and Gastrointestinal disorders. Some of the most dangerous viral diseases that dogs can get are rabies and canine parvovirus, however both can be prevented with the application of the proper vaccines. Fleas and ticks are some of the most common external parasite diseases acquired by dogs. Internal parasites are also common and they are usually several kinds of worms like the hookworms, tapeworms and heartworms. More Information about dog...

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Manta Rays

Manta Ray Manta Ray Facts Manta Rays are cartilaginous marine fish which live in the tropical oceans around the world. Manta rays have a flatted body with two wing-like fins on each side of their body. Mantas are filter feeder which means that they feed on plankton, filtering it out of the water passing through their gills as they swim. The predators of the Manta rays are mainly large species of sharks and killer whales. Manta rays live in open waters where they can move freely. They are known to be very curious about divers approaching sometimes to...

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Killer Whales

Killer Whale Killer Whale Facts Killer Whales also known as Orcas are aquatic mammals found in all the world’s oceans. Orcas are the largest species of the Dolphin (Delphinidae) family and they belong to the Odontoceti suborder, meaning that they are toothed whales. Killer whales are well know because they beautiful black and white appearance. Orcas are apex predators and they feed from several species of fish and marine mammals like sea lions, seals, walruses and even some baleen whales. Their diet is easily adapted to the habitat in which they are living in a particular moment. Killer whales have a very sophisticated social structure for living and...

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Sea Lions

Sea Lion Sea Lion Facts Sea Lions are marine mammals which belong to the superfamily Pinnipeds or fin-footed-mammals, like the walrus and the seals. Sea lions live in most oceans of the world with the exception of the Atlantic Ocean, ranging from subarctic waters to tropical waters. The best known species of sea lions are the California Sea Lion, the Galapagos Sea Lion and the Steller Sea Lion. Sea lions feed on a wide variety of seafood like squid, fish and clam. Sea lions are characterized for having external ears, larges frontal flippers and because they can walk on land using their four...

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