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The Survival and Wild life of Korolev, Russia Edited By: Jessica Harwood
Table of contents (Click on the topic to advance) What Animals you will see Pets Dangerous but harmless Hunting Dangerous plants Pests
What Animals You Will See A famous park in Korolev, Russia is called Elk Island. It is famous for it’s elks, squirrels, mice, rabbits, and wild pigs. You can see an elk on the left. Click on this house to go to the main menu for Korolev
Pets In Korolev, Russia they mostly have the same pets as we do in Kansas; such as cats, dogs, birds, and goldfish.
Dangerous But Harmless In Korolev, Russia if you walk deep into the forest you might see elks and wild pigs. They might look dangerous but they are harmless.
Hunting In Korolev, Russia hunting is illegal. You could only buy what is at the stores.
Dangerous Plants In Korolev, Russia there is a dangerous plant called Borshevic.
Pests In Korolev, Russia the kind of pests you will see are flies, mosquitoes and sometimes cockroaches. With modern chemicals it’s easy to get rid of them. They use sticky tape against flies, “fumitox”. They use a electric device to get rid of mosquitoes. And for cockroaches they use killer sprays.
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Animals you might see running Raccoons Opossums Squirrels Armadillos rats/mice Moles ground hogs Skunks Rabbits Canines Birds bats, snakes
Be careful around- You might want to be careful around some of the snakes because they might be venomous and you might want to watch out for the smaller mammals because they might have rabies or some kind of disease.
which ones might look dangerous but are not? The animals that might look a little dangerous but are not dangerous at all are the fruit bats.
What kind of living organisms are considered pests? The organisms that are considered pests are the smaller organisms like rats, mice, roaches, termites, ants, spiders, and all sorts of little organisms that can get in people’s houses are considered pests like mosquitoes, flies, and bees.
Do you have any certain living organisms that invade your houses? What precautions might I need to take? There are some living organisms that can get into your house. The organisms that usually invade into your house are mice, rats, roaches, termites, and all sorts of other insects can get into your house.
4. Can you tell us about organisms from each of the different kingdoms (Protists, Fungi, Bacteria, Plant, and Animal)? Some are the stickers that grow in yards and the mushrooms that have poison in them.
To stay safe around our living organisms In winter you may stay quite safe, but in summer time before coming to Miass you should be inoculated against ticks. They can be very dangerous when they stick into your skin because they can cause serious illness encephalitis.
Living things seen in the wild In the “wild” you can see a great variety of living organisms – from ants and mosquitoes to elks, bears, squirrels, foxes, wolves. In our lakes you can fish trout, carps, pikes, sazans. In our forests, woods and parks you can see trees covered with lichen. It is considered to be an indicator of air cleanness. You also can see ant-hills walking in our forests.
There are bee-masters who keep bee- hives. Bee-keeping is very popular in our region. Unfortunately you cannot find “wild” honey in our woods and forests.
Pests in our homes In summer time you should keep your homes and flats from mosquitoes and flies using special mosquito nets. In some flats there also may be cockroaches. You can keep them out using special means such as sprays. Some people live in private houses, they may suffer from mice. To keep them out of houses people must call special service.
There are many living organisms which are considered to be our Friends cats, dogs, hamsters and so on.
Which living organisms look dangerous, but are harmless? Different kinds of beetles, a May-bug, a unicorn beetle.
Do you have common “road kill”? Actually we don’t have “road kill”
Which living organisms can I eat? Or which ones should I make sure I DON’T eat? Why? You can eat everything what you can buy in our shops and markets.
Visiting our Country Canada has strong animal rights Any abuse or injury to an animal can put you in a serious situation. In our country you have to watch out the most for ducks, goose, dear, bear, skunks, birds, raccoon these are just some of the most populated animals in Canada, they often run into the middle of the highway or street causing crashes and a series of injures.
Pests Anything that can go into your house unwanted, eat your food, carry dieses into your family, strong since of odor is basically considered a Pest Mice are considered as pests (unless you keep them as pets), they carry a lot of dieses through out the country, they eat your food and so forth, they won’t harm you unless you threaten them, if they bite or scratch you would need to go to the hospital to get cured so you don’t get the disease. We get rid of them by simply putting trapping or poisoning them, or if you have a cat they would run away.
Which organism to eat? Or not eat In North America we have a very rigid diet; we only eat things out of the super market and barely eat any wild animals. You can go fishing and eat the fish You can also eat animals like rabbits, dear if you are really desperate. You might want to avoid eating rats because they carry some dieses and they will make you sick.
In Trinidad and Tobago we do not have many dangerous insects and animals. You would be advised to walk with insect repellent for mosquitoes and any allergy medicine for wasps stings etc.
In the wild you would see animals such as : Monkey(capuchin) Leather Back turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) agoutis (Dasyprotea Iepovena) Lizards (Tiger Lizard) Iguanas (Iguanidae) coral snake Milk Snake
Ocelots ( Leopardus Pardalis) Frogs (Litoria Caerulea) wild parrot Crabs ( Pthirus Pubis) Squirrels Ants, (Bachac- Leaf cutting ants) Atta cephalotes Jack Spaniard (Jep) Spider Wasp mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti
IN our homes, there are few large pests, the only one might be the snake and some rodents like rats. For people who live near the swamp and rivers, caimans may come but only to sun out on their decks and not often.
Other than that the major pests are insects such as: Jeps ( Jack Spaniards or Wasps); bees; MOSQUITOES and sand flies, cockroaches, house flies.
Animals/ Insects that look dangerous but are harmless Lizards, ( large ones like the Tigor Lizards) Agouti Lappe Manicou Bisons Spiders
Road Kill We mainly have stray dogs and cats as road kill and we do not eat those. On occasion a manicou or some other wild animal may get killed, but we do not eat that either, because it is nasty and can contain pollutants from the environment (and will start to decay early because it is hot here)
You can eat the regular range of animals such as : Goats Cows Sheep Chickens Ducks In terms of wild meat you can eat most of them: snakes, lap, agouti, rabbits, manicou, caimans, pigeons, brown doves.
From the rivers, swamps and seas we also get dolphin fish flying fish sword fish fry dries Lobster Crabs Shrimp Bonita chip oysters
The ones you do not want to eat are things like Spiders Ants Most insects If you are eating snake do no eat poisonous snakes, eat anacondas and macquawels instead. In the caiman, only eat the tail.