The Cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis) is one of the most abundant and widespread fleas in the world. The cat flea's primary host is the domestic cat, but this is also the primary flea infesting dogs ... > more
A pony is most commonly a certain breed of small horse, generally of northern European origin, that usually measures less than 14.2 hh (hands high) at the withers.
The term "pony" can be used in ... > more
Decomposition is a phenomenon common in the sciences of biology and chemistry. In biology, decomposition refers to the reduction of the body of a formerly living organism into simpler forms of ... > more
Skunks are moderately small mammals, usually with black-and-white fur, belonging to the family Mephitidae and to the order Carnivora. There are 11 species of skunks, which are divided into four ... > more
Pigs are ungulates native to Eurasia collectively grouped under the genus Sus within the Suidae family. They have been domesticated and raised as livestock by some peoples for meat (called pork) as ... > more
Carbofuran is one of the most toxic carbamate pesticides. It is marketed under the trade names Furadan, by FMC Corporation and Curater, among several others.
It is used to control insects in a wide ... > more
Moles are members of the family (Talpidae) of mammals in the order Insectivora that live underground, burrowing holes. They have cylindrical bodies covered in fur with small or covered eyes; the ears ... > more
Rabies is a viral zoonotic disease that causes acute encephalitis in animals. In non-vaccinated humans, rabies is almost invariably fatal after neurological symptoms have developed, but prompt ... > more
Livestock are domesticated animals intentionally reared in an agricultural setting to make produce such as food or fibre, or for their labour. Livestock include pigs, cattle, goats, deer, sheep, yaks ... > more
The Chincoteague Pony is a hardy breed that breed originates on the Atlantic island of Assateague. The breed varies greatly in type and there is no true breed standard. Natural selection and the ... > more