Category: Pets & Animals Infographics
Dogs are very expressive animals. However, they don’t express themselves the same way we do, with words – instead, their vehicles for expression include their tails, their tongues, their eyes, and their ears. Even the way they hold their weight can tell you something about how they feel! It’s important not to misinterpret your dog’s body language or barking. Follow this simple guide to understand some of your dog’s most common emotions.
Here is an infographic that takes a look at Asian Beetle’s life cycle, anatomy, elytra patterns, and defining characteristics that distinguish them from Lady Bugs and Convergent Lady Beetles.
Some of the most beautiful fish in the world fall under the category of tropical fish, found in tropical climates and include both fresh and salt water species. When we think of these fish, the names ‘Neon Tetras’ or ‘Clown Fish’ come to mind but one doesn’t normally think just how complicated and diverse their species are. The following infographic shows an entire range of tropical fish species and their various families.
Turkey is a massive country, with a hugely varied climate and culture. Perhaps the only thing more varied than the climate is the wildlife that inhabits it. This infographic digs into some of the weird and wonderful animals that reside in nature in Turkey, which pose a potential threat to humans.
Summer’s just around the corner, so Helpucover.co.uk thought they would create an infographic called ‘The Ultimate Guide to Holiday Making with Your Pet!’ This infographic runs through some important information you should know when deciding how to reach your holiday destination, and how to pack. Not all holiday destinations cater for pets, most in fact don’t.
No matter how much we love our pets, they can still make us crazy. Their hair has claimed every piece of your home; regardless of whether that is your furniture or clothing. With this infographic learn how you can control pet hair in your home.
Don’t like spiders in your home? Use a water hose or broom to regularly destroy any webs that are constructed on or around the house. Spiders often move elsewhere when their webs are regularly destroyed. These and other facts and myths surrounding spiders in the following infographic.
So you’re looking to adopt a baby raptor for the first time. Congratulations! You’re going to have a lot of fun with your new pet, as long as you learn a few things first. Keeping a baby raptor in your apartment may sound daunting, but it’s easily manageable with a few key tips and tricks. Here’s a guide from ForRent.com to keeping your apartment safe with your newly adopted hatchling.
We all hear about the “magic eight hours” that humans should get, but how much does everyone, and everything, really sleep? Here, this infographic takes a look at dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, fish, hamsters and humans and compares the sleeping patterns.
Everyone knows dogs make you feel good, but did you know they actually make you healthier? It’s true: there are some awesome physiological and psychological benefits to spending time with a pooch. Here are 22 of them in this infographic.
This infographic from Clippersireland.ie is about the most high-ranking dogs on the Internet, showcasing their special talents and looking at how many fans they have gathered along the way.
Over 4 million dog bites occur each year. Nearly 20% of the victims needed medical attention. Between 2005 and 2009, 149 dog attacks were fatal. Sadly, more than half of the fatal dog attacks occur to children. In this infographic, Gary A. Peterson looks at dog attach fatalities statistics.
This infographic closely examines the main characteristics of each dog breed and provides useful information about these particular canines. It provides some good knowledge about these ten breeds, their history, and what make them happy or grumpy.
It’s not always easy to know what is and what isn’t healthy for your cat to eat, and the last thing you want to do is feed them something potentially harmful. This infographic lists just some of the things that are good and not so good for your feline’s health.