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The falcons are known to have a very high diving speeds compared to the other birds and can change directions very quickly. In terms of species number, more than 40 different species of falcon exists in different palaces of the world. However, the most common species of falcon is the peregrine falcon and the black falcon. The falcons also have great eyesight and have few predators that pose threat to their existence.
In terms of distribution, peregrine falcon and the black falcon are the most widely distributed species of falcon throughout the world. The birds occupy most of the north America, pacific coast, Mexico and Central America all year round. In addition, studies have shown that peregrine falcons are also found in the Antarctica region. A more spectacular feature is that the peregrines also inhabit regions close to rivers due to the presence of target prays including fish.
The falcons have no specific diet but their prey can be either on land or above the ground. For example, small birds in air contribute a large percent of prey above the ground. The falcons are able to prey on other birds because of their swift and calculative dives. On the ground, the falcon target on small animals like mice and frogs. Some species of falcons like the white backed vulture also do scavenge on body remains of bigger animals found on the ground. In addition to the small animals found on the ground, the snake eagles, which belong to the same class of falcons, preys mostly on snakes found on the ground. Lastly, the falcons also target fish and other small aquatic inhabitants found in rivers, lakes and oceans.
On the other hand, falcons have adapted to their survival by having different features that enable them to get prey and survive in the different environmental conditions. For example, the snake eagles have very tough scales on their feet and have feathers surrounding their neck.
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But, no excuse is good enough to support the fact that Man continues killing animals either for recreation purposes or for trade. Wildlife conservationists have always stood up against hunting of animals, in fact IUCN has drawn up a Red List which contains names of endangered and threatened animals.
Although hunters can take pleasure in the thrill of the sport and the vast out-of-doors, hunters must also know of the threat involved regarding hunting and the effect they have on deer as well as their surroundings environment. Hunters should also be sure to stay within their games legal limits and regulations.
First article, named Fox hunting in England dates back to the late 17th century, although tackling the arguments of the ban supporters, represents fox hunting mainly as an English historical and cultural heritage and does not encourage the ban. Another source, an article titled Fox hunting: Why this Evil should be banned, as can be concluded even by a quick glance at the heading, adopts a strong position against fox hunting and views the recent attempts to ban it as an extremely progressive and humanistic step.
These roles come about as a result of the different socialization that occurs from the time a child is born.
A look at the hunting and gathering societies we find the existence of different roles for men and women. Men were
ucial apart of the human diet today; nonetheless, because of domestication of animals such as cattle and other livestock, humans no longer need to hunt for meat. However, this has not stopped them, in fact, modern hunters rarely make a pretense of hunting for the sake of meat,
ontrol populations of animals in order to prevent it from overcoming the carrying capacity of the ecosystem may be allowed by this should be performed under stipulated rules and regulations. It is not appropriate that one would hunt animals for food and for fun; the current
quality tourism, generates employment, and utilizes the wildlife in the remote regions that are not increasingly visited by the game tourists(Leader-Williams, Kayera & Overton, 2014). Despite the various benefits that come with hunting tourism, it is sound to argue that it is a