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TAPIR – TAPİR
The Tapir is a large pig-like, browsing mammal that belongs to the family: Tairidae. Tapirs are odd-toes ungulate animals that can be found in the rainforests of South and Central America and Southeast Asia. There are 4 living species of Tapir of which three are native to the American rainforests and one native to the Asian rainforests.
Tarantulas comprise a group of large and often hairy arachnids belonging to the Theraphosidae family of spiders, of which approximately 900 species have been identified. This article only describes members of Theraphosidae, although some other members of the same suborder are commonly referred to as “tarantulas”. Most species of tarantulas are not dangerous to humans, and some species have become popular in the exotic pet trade. DEVAMI
TASMANIAN DEVİL – TASMANYA CANAVARI
Tasmanian devils are the largest carnivorous (meat-eating) marsupials in the world. Tasmanian devils live in Tasmania, a large island just south of Australia. In fact, Tasmania is the only place where they are found in the wild. Adult Tasmanian devils are usually about the size of a small dog. They have coarse brown or black fur and a pudgy appearance that makes them look like baby bears. But don’t let their cuteness fool you. DEVAMI
TERMITE – TERMİT
All termites are social insects and raise their young as a group. The total weight of all of the termites in the world is more than the weight of all the humans in the world. Termite colonies eat non-stop, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! Termites have wings that they shed once they have found a good place to build a nest. Termites are known as “silent destroyers” because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. There are about 2,000 known termite species in the world. Each year, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage.
TICK – KENE
Ticks are related to spiders, mites and scorpions. Ticks carrying disease are found across the town and countryside. Not all ticks are infected – infection rate in any place in the UK varies from zero to about 15%
Infection rates in Europe are higher. Ticks can be very small and can go unnoticed. Most active March to October, but they can be active on mild winter days. You will not feel the tick attach to you, so check your skin and that of children.
Easily recognized by its coat of reddish-orange with dark stripes, the tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. The big cat’s tail is 3 feet (1 meter) long. The powerful predator generally hunts alone, able to bring down prey such as deer and antelope. Tigers wait until dark to hunt. The tiger sprints to an unsuspecting animal, usually pulling it off its feet with its teeth and claws. If the prey animal is large, the tiger bites its throat to kill it; smaller prey is usually killed when the tiger breaks its neck.
TORTOISE – KAPLUMBAĞA
A Tortoise is a land-dwelling reptile of the order Testudines. Tortoises are found worldwide with the most famous tortoise of all, the Giant Tortoise Lonesome George who lives on the Galapagos Islands near Ecuador. Tortoises, like their aquatic cousins, the Turtles, have a hard shell which protects their body. The top shell is called the carapace (a dorsal section of an exoskeleton or shell) and the bottom is called the plastron (the nearly flat part of the shell structure). The carapace and the plastron are connected by what is called the ‘bridge’.
TOUCAN – TUKAN
There are over 40 species of the Toucan, and they range in size from 5 to 20 ounces. They can be up to29 inches long. The one that most people are familiar with is Toucan Sam who is the character for the Fruit Loops cereal commercials. This colorful bird is also a common one well respected in various cultures as it is believed to be sent to them from the gods.
TROUT – ALABALIK
Trout is the common name for a number of species of freshwater fish belonging to the genera Oncorhynchus, Salmo and Salvelinus, all of the subfamily Salmoninae of the family Salmonidae. The word trout is also used as part of the name of some non-salmonid fish such as Cynoscion nebulosus, the spotted seatrout or speckled trout. Trout are closely related to salmon and char (or charr): species termed salmon and char occur in the same genera as do fish called trout.
TUATARA – TUATARA
The tuatara is a small to medium sized reptile, that is found only on a few small islands surrounding New Zealand. Although the tuatara was once found inhabiting mainland New Zealand in large numbers, today the tuatara is nearly extinct from the mainland. Despite the lizard-like appearance of the tuatara, the tuatara is actually only a very distant relative of the lizard and the snake. The tuatara is believed to have broken off from lizards and snakes more than 200 million years ago!
TUNNY (TUNA) – ORKİNOS
Tuna, (genus Thunnus), also called tunny, any of seven species of oceanic fishes, some very large, that constitute the genus Thunnus and are of great commercial value as food. Tunas are elongated, robust, and streamlined fishes; they have a rounded body that tapers to a slender tail base and a forked or crescent-shaped tail. In colour, tunas are generally dark above and silvery below, often with an iridescent shine. They have a conspicuous keel on either side of the tail base, a row of small finlets behind dorsal and anal fins, and a corselet of enlarged scales in the shoulder region.
TURKEY – HİNDİ
The turkey is a large bird that is closely related to other game birds such as pheasants, chickens and quails. The turkey has become famous across the western world as being a special meal on large family occasions including Christmas and Thanksgiving. Despite their large size, turkeys are surprisingly adept fliers and can be seen flying beneath the forest canopy looking for somewhere to perch. Although turkeys do nest in the trees, they are most commonly found in open forests, woodlands and grasslands.
TURTLE – KAPLUMBAĞA
Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines (all living turtles belong to the crown group Chelonia), most of whose body is shielded by a special bony or cartilaginous shell developed from their ribs. The top part of the shell is called a carapace and the bottom is called the plastron just like a Tortoise. The shell is covered with scutes, scales that are made of keratin (the same protein that our fingernails are made of and the horn of a rhino).
TURTLE DOVE – ÜVEYİK
The Turtle Dove has had a really bad time in recent years, so bad that there has been a decline of at least 80% – 85% since the mid 90’s. This year (2013) the story hasn’t improved with further reductions in numbers, this could be due to last years very wet summer and also hunting on the Doves migration routes. If you see a Turtle Dove in your garden you are very lucky and can report your sightings to us, we will pass these on to a national data base that is monitoring the Turtle Doves population.