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By Elizabeth Havercroft

Glance out for the Allosaurus! do you want to work out what occurs in the course of a 12 months on the earth of dinosaurs? Then come spend the subsequent 12 months within the Jurassic interval. try out 8 action-packed scenes for a bird's-eye view of infants hatching, plesiosaurs swimming, and dinosaurs escaping from a wooded area fireplace. continue your eye at the calendar too. via spending a complete yr on this planet of dinosaurs, you could watch occasions spread because the seasons swap.

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1993, 1995). Spiders have predaceous habits, feeding on insects and other arthropods. Occasionally, they attack small vertebrates. Their bite is generally harmless to Man, but the poison may sometimes be dangerous to children or to people in poor health. For example, the bite of the notorious black widow (Latrodectus mactans) may be fatal to individuals suffering from hypertension or coronary heart disease. Mites are a conspicuous component of the desert soil fauna. They are common in the hot deserts (Wallwork 1982), but some species may also live in the Antarctic (Wallwork 1976) and Arctic (Chernov et al.

1977), North America (Hoff 1959; Allred 1965; Weygoldt 1969) and South America (Deboutteville and Rapoport 1968). Very little is known of their biology and their adaptations to desert life. 9 Crustaceans Crustaceans are predominantly aquatic mandibulate arthropods. Nevertheless, various groups of this class live in arid and semi-arid environments. Some occur in temporary desert waters; they belong to the phyllopods which include essentially anostracans (fairy shrimps), conchostracans (clam shrimps) and notostracans (tadpole shrimps).

Among the Palaeognata, cursorial but flightless birds, ostriches (Struthio Main Animal Groups 37 Fig. 14. Ostrich (Struthio camelus) on the look out camelus) (Fig. 5 m in height) and their behaviour; they are widespread in the arid and semi-arid regions of Africa, Arabia and Syria. The smaller South American rhea (also called nandu) Rhea americana and the Australian emu Dromaius novae-hollandiae present almost similar morphological and ethological features, but they are confined to steppe environments.

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