Many migratory birds are able to do this. Besides homing pigeons, some seabirds and swallows are particularly adept at returning to their nests. Some reptiles and fish, like sea turtles and salmon, have the ability to return to their breeding grounds year after year.
by ShawnB2011 6 years ago
I was watching a show about when animals attack the other day n which it depicted wild animals attacking humans and us humans slay these animals for what they do naturally. In addition to that, I think zoos, carnivals and circuses should be banned altogether from being able to hold wild animals for...
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
Do you feed any wild animal, that wonder near your home?
by Charlu 6 years ago
Have you ever had a wild animal just come right up to you and what did you do when it did?It doesn't have to be a big bad ferocious animal. It could be a raccoon, squirrel, deer, even a bird. It's funny because after working at a dude ranch and seeing the extraordinary range of reactions to...
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
Which wild animal behaviors do you like to watch on YouTube?
by Nina L James 5 years ago
Why would a person want taut and tease a wild animal?Upon hearing the story about the young man who jumped over the 17 foot fence "to be one" with a 400 pound siberian tiger, I couldn't help but to wonder why he would put himself in harm's way. He barely escaped from the jaws...
by Katina Davenport 6 years ago
Has a squirel or any other wild animal ever gotten in your house? If so, how did you get it out?
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