Which pet will be a real helper in the upbringing and development of the baby?
Pets have a remarkably beneficial effect on the development of the child. Teachers and doctors claim that constant communication with animals help children grow up disciplined, responsible, sociable, inquisitive, responsive, caring and healthy. Four-legged friends not only teach kids to be responsible for their actions, to adapt to society, but as a rule, stimulate physical activity and even removed the accumulated stress in the crumbs. In addition, the pet trains logical thinking, observation, imagination.
Today the pet shops offer parents a huge selection of animals. The editors Om1 understand who may become a good companion for the baby?
Another number one for human remains dogs . Dog experts recommend to pick up children are tolerant, friendly, forgiving breed of dog of large size. Small dogs, mainly, too capricious and unpredictable. Great for child’s Newfoundland, collie, German shepherd, Spaniel, Airedale Terrier, Labrador, poodle and pooch. Continue reading
Astrologie — the family of singing birds of the passerine. Inhabit Africa, India, Southeast Asia, southern China, Australia, the Islands of the Malay archipelago and Oceania. Have small and medium sizes; body length – from 8 to 17 see remarkable bright colors. Feed on seeds of various grasses, some species of insects. Estrildidae since ancient times, popular among birdwatchers due to its exotic appearance and nice singing. The best singers are considered tiger goldove waxbills and finches.
Japanese mannikin was developed by crossing the bronze Manakin with several species of weaverbirds of the genus Lonchura. In Europe was imported from Japan hence got its name. The ancestors of Japanese wild finches lived in the Philippines, where were China and Japan. In Europe it is known as potted birds from the 18th century.
Japanese mannikin has a modest plumage without specific coloring and figure. Usually the upper torso is brown, the rest grey or white. There are also birds-color (yellow, white) or with a tuft on the head. The upper half of the beak bluish-black, lower a little lighter. Continue reading