Toxic caterpillar alert! Their numbers have increased in the city: They can put you in the hospital, kill your pet

class=”medianet-inline-adv”> Pine bursa caterpillars, which live by attaching themselves to the fresh needles of pine trees (leaves of trees like pine, juniper, cedar, etc.), have been known to destroy trees so that they will never come back to life again. . For this reason, these caterpillars are one of the main biological factors that threaten … Read more

Changes in migration routes affect the lives of storks

Weather conditions, climate change, environmental pollution and urbanization are known to play a vital role during stork migration. Due to the indirect or direct effects of man on nature, these creatures experience certain dangers when migrating. The fact that storks are injured during migration or perish for various reasons also affects the population of some … Read more