Sunday, December 16, 2007


ecovillage is an organically grownproject by IMC(instituto mediterraneo di certificazione),aplace for educational ecotourism,where visitor can learn about the enviroment,

organic agriculture and healthy living. Stay in a mud hut or camp whithin the pine trees, enjoy organic meals and spend the dayon our farm by the river. they provide alternative arts workshops to heighten your senses and lift your spirits!!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

threats to animals

Monday, August 27, 2007

blue whale

blue whale dive for about 10 to 20 minutes at a time before surfacing to take a so breaths,sending a spout of spray as high as 30 feet (9m)into the air with each exhalation

world population:about 3,500
distribution:north atlantic,north pacific,southern ocean
habitat:deep oceans
diet:krill(planktonic shrimps)and other crustaceans

Sunday, August 26, 2007

arabian oryx

they move around seasonally between feeding places and may use a total area of several thousand square miles in a year.they seem to detect rain at a distance.

world population:over 2,000 most in captivity

distribution:formerly in egypt ,iraq and saudi arabia

habitat:rocky and stony plains in desert areas

diet:grasses and desert shrubs

eastern red squirrel

the eastern red squirrel spend much of its time foraging in trees it comes down to the ground occasionally to bury nuts

world population:at least 2 million

distribution:europe and asia,from britain east to china and north japan

habitat:forest,especially coniferous forest

diet:pine seeds,nuts,fruit and fungi

Saturday, August 18, 2007

type your massege of hope:)

what do you hape for the enviroment,wild habitat,animals,forests,and every thing
(post yours with the comments)

Thursday, August 16, 2007

did you help?

what did you do to stop the trading in wild life?

(post your answer with the comment)

Saturday, August 11, 2007

polar bear

world population:20,000-30,000
distribution:polar regions of russia,norway,greenland canada and the USA
habitat:arctic ice forest
diet:maily ringed and bearded seals

interested in polar bears click here

Friday, August 10, 2007


world poplulation:fewer the 34000 birds
distribution:argentina, polivia and chile
habitat:high moutain alkaline and salt lakes

if you're intrested in flamingos click here

bird of paradise

world population:estimated at 2500-100000 birds
distribution:papua new guinea
habitat:mainly montane primary oak forest
diet:mainly fruit

if you want to know more about bird of paradie click here

Thursday, August 9, 2007


world population:unknown

distribution:from mexico to patagonia

habitat:tropical forest,swamps,rivers,pools,and open country

diet:wild pigs,horses,fish,frogs


did you help?

what did you do to have a clean inviroment?

(post your answer with the comments)

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

guinea pig

world population:unknown


habitat:grass land

diet:mainly vegtables

every thing you need to know about cavies here

how to cool the global warming


world population:2000-15000

distribution:most of south africa


diet:mainly gazilles,hares

a cheetah can achieve speeds of (0 to 72 km/h ) in 2.5 seconds-acceleration to rival some sport cars

if you want to know more about cheetahs click here

Tuesday, August 7, 2007


did you help?

what did you do to reduce the global warming afficts?

(post your answer with the comments)

swift fox

world population:low thousands

distribution:western USA

habitat:open plains and deserts

diet:small mammels


world population:30000-40000
distribution:spain and wildly in russia
habitat:river bank near temperate grassland

this small animal is in great danger for using his fur in fashionable outfits
if you want to know more about mink click here


there are fewer than 1000 panda in the whole world and most of them in China

world population:about 1000

distribution:central provinces of china

hapitat:mountain bamboo forest

diet:mainly bamboo also bulbs and other plant materials

pine marten

this animal look harmless but infact this is a very aggressive meat eater
world population:over 200,000
distribution:most of europe
hapitat:temperate pine forest
diet:small mammels

african elephant

african elephants flap their ears to keep themselves cool. this elephant is red from dust bathing.
world population:up to 543000
distribution:sub-saharan africa
habitat:savanna grassland, forest
diet:grass,tree leaves,and bark


world population:150,000

distribution:tropical westen and central africa

habitat:rain forest ,swamp forest

diet:fruit ,leaves,also seeds