Los Angeles underground discoveries

Los Angeles underground discoveries - Parking under UCLA

Los Angeles underground discoveries

Los Angeles underground discoveries – In downtown Los Angeles during the construction
of
the underground car park, have been dug up animal remains from the Ice Age.

Called
to the place paleontologists have discovered bones of: cougar, wolves, horses,
European bisons
and other mammals. Near the main findings lay the skeleton of the mammoth.

Aggression among animals – Defending the young

Aggression among animals - Hippos fighting in Amboseli National Park

Aggression among animals – Defending the young

Aggression among animals – Many species of animals avoiding battles, shows aggression usually defending the defenseless young. Musk oxen during the attack of wolves to protect offspring by surrounding them with a circle forming on the outside wall with sharp corners. Blackbirds attack cats located near their outlet. Sow boar in fear of children can compel a man to flee to the tree.

Animals coming back – Chernobyl area results

Animals coming back - Cats in Chernobyl

Animals coming back – Chernobyl area results

Animals coming back – Recent count of wild animals in the Chernobyl area gave surprising results. Now living here more animals than before the disaster. Scientists do not claim that radioactivity affected animals positively. But stress that without the presence of a man who would not hunt on and violate their natural development, they live better. There are wolves, lynx, deer and foxes. One photo trap photographed even the brown bear (Ursus arctos). Which in this area has not been seen for nearly a century. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. The Ukrainian authorities have announced that they intend to create a contaminated area biosphere reserve. Its surface can reach 2270 thousand kmĀ².