Durch Steppe und Savanne II (German Edition)
Front Matter Pages Biodiversity — Is there a second chance? Pages Knotted ropes, rings, lattices and lace: Retrofitting biodiversity into the cultural landscape. Teaching sustainable management of renewable resources. Marine biodiversity — Thoughts on the subjects and their investigators. Aspects of botanical biodiversity in southern African arid regions — An outline of concepts and results.
The Surumoni project: The botanical approach toward gaining an interdisciplinary understanding of the functions of the rain forest canopy. Zonal features of phytodiversity under natural conditions and under human impact — a comparative survey. Fluctuations, chaos and succession in a living environment. Landscape diversity — a holistic approach. Loss of biodiversity in European agriculture during the twentieth century.
Traditional use of tropical biodiversity in Melanesia. Science and technology — Sustainable economics condensed version. Biodiversity — resource for new products, development and self-reliance.
banded mongoose - Zebramanguste, f (Mungos mungo)
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It lives in savannas, open forests and grasslands and feeds primarily on beetles and millipedes. Mongooses use various types of dens for shelter including termite mounds. While most mongoose species live solitary lives, the banded mongoose live in colonies with a complex social structure.
Banded mongooses are middle-sized mongooses with a head-body length of about 47 cm, a tapered tail of 28 cm, and a weight of about 1. They are characterized by a series of thin, dark bands across the back, which are most noticeable on lower back and fade away on lower flanks. The body colour ranges from whitish to reddish-brown, with variation among specimens, with darker legs and tail tip. The banded mongoose Mungos mungo is a long, slender carnivore that is widespread throughout much of southern Africa 2 3.
As its name suggests, the banded mongoose has a number of distinctive dark bands that run horizontally across its back, starting at the base of the neck and continuing all the way down to the beginning of the tail 3. These bands help to distinguish the banded mongoose from the smaller common dwarf mongoose Helogale parvula , which occupies similar habitats and has a similar social structure as the banded mongoose 2 3. Its wiry coat ranges The banded mongoose is native to Africa, and is mainly distributed south of the Sahara.
Class: Mammalia Taxon entry. Order: Carnivora.test.nordicbusiness.dk/sacred-travels-recovering-the-ancient-practice-of-pilgrimage.php
9783141603156 - Savannen-, Steppen- Und Wüstenzonen by Ralph Jätzold; Berthold Hometz, Softcover
Family: Herpestidae. Genus: Mungos. Forums Trainer Courses. LEO: Additional information.
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