Session about butterflies
1) Butterflies at a glance: brief introduction about these insects and their key role in the ecosystem (pollinators) explained in simple words. 2)Spot the difference: butterfly or moth? I will spend few words about the main differences and I will show the pupils some butterfly pictures from books, I will also show them some specimen if they are available (framed ...
Is it wrong to keep animals in zoos?
In my opinion it is wrong to keep animals in zoos. First of all, it is not their natural habitat. And people can’t recreate wild environment for the animals as it is supposed to be. As a result they don't have freedom, they don’t use or develop their natural wild instincts and are always stressed. In addition, the animals are ...
Nowadays there are many zoos in the world and many people visit them every year. However, more and more people doubt in necessity of keeping wild animals in zoos. From my point of view, keeping animals behind bars have more drawbacks than benefits. To begin with, we should not keep animals in zoos because captivity is not natural for them ...
Detrimental effects of mycotoxins on the body of pigs, and humic substances
My research is devoted to some problems of mycotoxicosis. Mycotoxins damage animal′s organism. They also reduce quality of products, and the productivity of animals. They reduce the immunity of animals, this leads to other diseases. It is important to note that the diagnosis, and treatment of mycotoxin are not clearly understood. It is difficult to neutralize dangerous the toxins of ...
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