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BABOON – HABEŞ MAYMUNU
Baboon is a type of monkey that can be found in Africa and Arabia. There are five species of baboons. They can survive in different habitats: tropical rainforests, savannas, open woodlands and semi-arid areas. Baboons eat various crops which is the reason they are known as pests. Other than conflicts with humans, baboons are threatened by habitat loss. Out of five species, one species is listed as nearly threatened (it can become endangered in the near future).
BACTERIUM – BAKTERİ
Bacteria are the smallest of all living organisms on Earth. They’re found everywhere – in the ocean, in clouds, on mountaintops, on living things and even on dead things. Bacteria are made of one cell. The cell contains the DNA, which is sort of like a computer program. It contains the information to run the bacteria. Surrounding this one cell is a rigid cell wall, which protects the bacteria. Some bacteria have an outer jacket, which sometimes has hairs called pili. They may also have flagella, which are long threads that beat around so the bacteria can move.
BADGER – PORSUK
Badger is small mammal that belongs to the weasel family. There are 11 species of badger divided in three subfamilies: Eurasian badgers (9 species), African badger (honey badger) and American badger. As their names suggest, badgers can be found in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. They inhabits dry, open grasslands, woodlands and hedgerows. European badger was part of human diet during the WWII, when other sources of food were scarce. Badger meat is still consumed in some parts of Russia. Badger is occasionally on a target of hunters because of its fur that is used for the manufacture of shaving brushes, paint brushes and various garments. Despite these factors, nearly all species of badger are widespread and numerous in the wild.
BALD-IBIS – KELAYNAK
Ibis is a wading bird that belongs to the family of ibises and spoonbills. There are 28 species of ibis that can be found around the world (they are especially numerous in the southern hemisphere). Ibis inhabits salt marshes, swamps, areas near the lakes and rivers, tropical mangroves, forests and marshy mountain meadows. Pollution of the water with pesticides, uncontrolled hunt and habitat destruction are the major threats for the survival of ibises in the wild. Some species, such as crested ibis and northern bald ibis, are on the list of endangered and critically endangered species.
BAT – YARASA
Bats are large and diverse group of flying mammals. They inhabit all continents except Antarctica. There are 1100 species of bats, making the quarter of all known mammal species. 50% of all known bat species are endangered due to extensive killing, pollution, and deforestation.
When you think of a big, fierce bear, you’re probably thinking of brown bears. North American brown bears are sometimes called grizzlies, and they are definitely big, fierce animals. Brown bears live in Europe and Asia too. Brown bears are the second largest bear, after polar bears. Male brown bears weigh between 300 and 900 pounds. These big bears love salmon and other fish. In Alaska, Washington and Canada, they stand in rivers and catch the fish in their mouths or with their paws. DEVAMI
BEAVER – KUNDUZ
Beaver is one of the largest rodents in the world. There are two species of beavers: American and Eurasian. As their name implies, American beaver inhabits North America and Eurasian inhabits Europe and Asia. Both species prefer freshwater lakes, ponds, rivers, streams near the woodland area. Their population declined drastically in the 20th century due to extensive hunt and habitat loss. Number of beavers dropped from 60 million to 6-12 million animals after European immigrants colonized North America. These amazing animals are one of the few species able to redesign their environment and adjust it to their needs, by forming dam, canals and lodges.
BEE – ARI
Honey bee is easily recognized and highly appreciated type of insect. There are seven species of honey bees that are further divided in 44 subspecies. Honey bee originates from South and Southeast Asia and possibly Europe (fossil evidence proved that honey bee existed in Europe 23 to 56 million years ago). Honey bee has been introduced to America by European settlers. Today, honey bee can be found at almost all continents. Honey bee is the only insect able to produce food that will be eaten by humans.
BEE-EATER – ARI KUŞU
The bee-eaters are a group of near passerine birds in the family Meropidae. They are characterised by richly coloured plumage, slender bodies and usually elongated central tail feathers. This is a group of birds which breeds in open country in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Old World. Just as the expressive name reveals, bee-eaters predominantly eat insects, especially bees, wasps and hornets, which are caught in the air by sallies from an open perch. Before eating its meal, a bee-eater removes the sting by repeatedly hitting the insect on a hard surface.
BISON – BİZON
Bison is a large mammal that belongs to family Bovidae. Its closest relatives are African and water buffalo, gazelles and antelopes. In the past, large population of bison roamed across the North American Great Planes, all the way from Mexico to Canada. In 19th century, when settlers arrived to America, bison were hunted nearly to extinction. Number of bison dropped from 60 million to nearly thousand animals. Soon after that period, they were placed under protection, and their number managed to increase to around 200 000 animals. Most of those animals are kept on ranches where people raise them for their meat. Bison is listed as endangered species in the wild.
BITTERN – BALABAN KUŞU
Bittern is one of the smallest members of the heron family. There are 5 subspecies of least bittern that can be found in North and South America (from Canada to Argentina). Least bittern inhabits brackish and freshwater marshes. Draining of wetlands and introduction of new species of plants are the greatest threats for the survival of least bitterns in the wild. Least bittern is classified as threatened in several states.
BLUEFISH – LÜFER
Bluefish is a kind of fish which occurs in the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. It is a pelagic fish, which means that it lives near the surface of the ocean. They can grow to a size of 150 centimetres (59 in) and reach a weight of 15 kilograms (33 lb). In the wild, they live to be about nine years old. Bluefish are predators: they hunt other fish, in small groups. Bluefish are caught commercially, and there is a problem with overfishing.
BUDGERIGAR – MUHABBET KUŞU
The Budgerigar (nicknamed budgie) is a small parrot. It belongs to the tribe of the wide-tailed parrots (Platycercini). Budgerigars are often called parakeets, especially in American English. The term Parakeet refers to many types of small parrots with long flat tails. The budgerigar is found in the drier parts of Australia. It has lived there for over 5 million years. It is commonly kept as a pet. Budgies are intelligent birds and can be taught to mimic human speech.
BULL – BOĞA
Bulls are uncastrated adult male cattle that are used for breeding and rodeo riding. There are many breeds of cattle such as Angus and Hereford, which are bred specifically for meat and Jerseys, which are bred specifically to produce milk.
BUTTERFLY – KELEBEK
The word butterfly was first used to describe the brimstone butterfly because it was a butter coloured insect. Eventually the term came to include all the species. A butterfly is an insect with a small body. Their sizes can range from a small 1/8 inch to about a huge 12 inches. There are about 24,000 known species of butterflies.