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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

yAy !! Neu PuppY !!


wiiii
i got a new puupy at my house !!
^^

yiipieeeeee x)

they all born at 2 days agoo
2 boys and a girl
hhas =p

now they sleep at my living room
hhe xp

they looks almost like those up there :)
but they are apricott ^^

hhas =>

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

dogDOGdog ^^

Siberian Husky (bahasa Rusia: Сибирский хаски, Sibirskiy Haski) termasuk dalam jenis anjing ras berukuran medium dan berbulu tebal. Anjing ras ini tidak ganas, bahkan terlalu baik dan manja terhadap manusia. Ras ini sekilas mirip serigala, mungkin juga diperkirakan terjadi karena hasil persilangan alam.

Aslinya ras ini dikembangkan oleh masyarakat Chukchi di daerah Asia timur laut sebagai anjing penarik kereta untuk membawa beban. Tahun 1909, pertama kalinya sejumlah anjing ini dibawa ke Alaska untuk bertanding dalam pertandingan jarak jauh seluruh Alaska. Dan disanalah ketahanan tubuh dan kecepatan lari anjing dari Siberia ini mulai dikenal.

Pada musim dingin di Tahun 1925, ketika demam Diptheria melanda kota Nome, suatu daerah terpencil di Alaska, tim estafet anjing ini membawa serum penyelamat hidup manusia dari daerah Neana yang jaraknya cukup jauh. Usaha keras bersemangatkan kepahlawanan dari para pengendara dan anjingnya ini mendapatkan penghargaan nasional. Salah satu pengendara, Leonhard Seppala, membawa tim Siberian Huskynya, keturunan asli yang diimport dari Siberia, ke Amerika Serikat dalam perjalanan pertunjukan pribadinya. Ketika di Inggris, dia bertanding dalam pertandingan anjing penarik kereta dan sekali lagi membuktikan kekuatan dari Siberian Husky yang mengalahkan anjing-anjing lokal lainnya. Negara Inggris memberikan penghargaan pengakuan terhadap anjing ras ini pada Tahun 1930 dan Klub Siberian Husky didirikan di Amerika Tahun 1938.

Siberian Husky memiliki sifat yang menyenangkan. Dia sangat mesra. Watak yang lembut dan bersahabat ini mungkin terjadi sebagai warisan masa lalu, sejak masyarakat Chukchi memelihara anjing-anjing ini dalam penghargaan yang besar. Mereka merumahkan anjing-anjing ini dalam perlindungan keluarga dan mendorong anak-anak mereka untuk bermain bersamanya. Sekarang ini, sangat mempesona untuk mengamati bagaimana Siberian Husky dan anak-anak saling memiliki satu sama lain. Siberian Husky sangat waspada, gemar menyenangkan dan mudah menyesuaikan diri. Tingkat kecerdasannya telah dibuktikan, tetapi jiwa merdekanya setiap waktu menantang kecerdikan manusia. Kemampuan serba bisanya membuat dia menjadi teman yang serasi bagi manusia pada semua umur pada berbagai kesukaan.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

kOq binTang ??

ok !!
berhubung saia pecinta benda langit yang namana
*BINTANG*
ngomongin bintang yuk^^
x)

BintANg di LangiTh^^

Bintang merupakan benda langit yang memancarkan cahaya. Terdapat bintang semu dan bintang nyata. Bintang semu adalah bintang yang tidak menghasilkan cahaya sendiri, tetapi memantulkan cahaya yang diterima dari bintang lain. Bintang nyata adalah bintang yang menghasilkan cahaya sendiri. Secara umum sebutan bintang adalah objek luar angkasa yang menghasilkan cahaya sendiri (bintang nyata).

Menurut ilmu astronomi, definisi bintang adalah:

Semua benda masif (bermassa antara 0,08 hingga 200 massa matahari) yang sedang dan pernah melangsungkan pembangkitan energi melalui reaksi fusi nuklir.

Oleh sebab itu bintang katai putih dan bintang netron yang sudah tidak memancarkan cahaya atau energi tetap disebut sebagai bintang. Bintang terdekat dengan Bumi adalah Matahari pada jarak sekitar 149,680,000 kilometer, diikuti oleh Proxima Centauri dalam rasi bintang Centaurus berjarak sekitar empat tahun cahaya.

biNtang ??

Suatu rasi bintang atau konstelasi adalah sekelompok bintang yang tampak berhubungan membentuk suatu konfigurasi khusus. Dalam ruang tiga dimensi, kebanyakan bintang yang kita amati tidak memiliki hubungan satu dengan lainnya, tetapi dapat terlihat seperti berkelompok pada bola langit malam. Manusia memiliki kemampuan yang sangat tinggi dalam mengenali pola dan sepanjang sejarah telah mengelompokkan bintang-bintang yang tampak berdekatan menjadi rasi-rasi bintang. Susunan rasi bintang yang tidak resmi, yaitu yang dikenal luas oleh masyarakat tapi tidak diakui oleh para ahli astronomi atau Himpunan Astronomi Internasional, juga disebut asterisma. Bintang-bintang pada rasi bintang atau asterisma jarang yang mempunyai hubungan astrofisika; mereka hanya kebetulan saja tampak berdekatan di langit yang tampak dari Bumi dan biasanya terpisah sangat jauh.

Pengelompokan bintang-bintang menjadi rasi bintang sebenarnya cukup acak, dan kebudayaan yang berbeda akan memiliki rasi bintang yang berbeda pula, sekalipun beberapa yang sangat mudah dikenali biasanya seringkali ditemukan, misalnya Orion atau Scorpius.

Himpunan Astronomi Internasional telah membagi langit menjadi 88 rasi bintang resmi dengan batas-batas yang jelas, sehingga setiap arah hanya dimiliki oleh satu rasi bintang saja. Pada belahan bumi (hemisfer) utara, kebanyakan rasi bintangnya didasarkan pada tradisi Yunani, yang diwariskan melalui Abad Pertengahan, dan mengandung simbol-simbol Zodiak.

Beragam pola-pola lainnya yang tidak resmi telah ada bersama-sama dengan rasi bintang dan disebut asterisma, seperti Bajak (juga dikenal di Amerika Serikat sebagai Big Dipper) dan Little Dipper



Wednesday, August 19, 2009

phUtu pHutu

Hamster fight













Roborovskis are the smallest and fastest of all hamsters








Eating time










Roborovskis facial markings and features differ notably from those of other hamsters










A male Roborovski Hamster likes hiding in his sleeping area









Roborovski hamster baby. First day.








Roborovskis are extremely social and like to rest and to sleep together









Saturday, August 15, 2009

Roborovski Hamster




Scientific classification
>Kingdom:
Animalia
>Phylum:
Chordata
>Class:
Mammalia
>Order:
Rodentia
>Family:
Cricetidae
>Subfamily:
Cricetinae
>Genus:
Phodopus
>Species:
P. roborovskii
>Binomial name
Phodopus roborovskii


Roborovskis (Phodopus roborovskii) are the smallest of all hamsters commonly kept as pets. Distinguishing characteristics of the Roborovskis are the white spots where the eyebrows would be, and the lack of the dorsal stripe seen in all other dwarf hamsters. They live, on average, to three and a half years of age - the longest of any domestic hamster. Recently, a mutation has arisen producing a "husky", also known as "white-faced", phase. Breeding these lines with agouti Roborovskis produces a diluted appearance of their natural sandy colour.


Habitat and Diet

Roborovski hamsters live in the wild around the Gobi Desert, throughout Mongolia's desert steppe and parts of northern China. They are particularly suited to the steppe, as they are highly efficient in their use of water (as evidenced by how they may pass particularly concentrated urine), so little vegetation is required. Here, they dig and live in burrows. These are usually steep tunnels and they live between 60 and 200 cm below ground. Roborovski hamsters are surprisingly not obligate herbivores. They will eat vegetables, fruit, and plants, but they will also eat meat and insects. Therefore, they are omnivores.


History of Human Contact

Lt. Vsevolod Roborovski first made note of these hamsters. He discovered them on an expedition in July, 1894, though they were not studied scientifically for the best part of another decade, until Satunin made observations in 1903.London Zoo imported them into the U.K. in the 1960s, but the first studied in Britain were imported in the 1970s from Moscow Zoo. (None of these hamsters, however, bore offspring.)Continental European countries had more success in breeding Roborovskis, however, and the Roborovskis currently in the U.K. are descendants of a batch imported from the Netherlands in 1990. They were imported in the U.S.A. in 1998, where they remain uncommon, though they are now commonly found in pet shops in several countries. In South Korea, they are almost as common as Winter white Russian dwarf hamsters in pet shops. They are also fairly commonly sold as pets in Israel. They like to eat carrots. They also like to eat broccoli.


Pet Ownership

Roborovski hamsters are very curious, easily startled, and generally timid, as well as very active. They also don't speak or squeak as much as most hamster species. For some, if enclosed in a hand, will bite or nip in attempt to escape.(They usually put their hands in the position for eating when they try to bite you! So be alarmed.) Some will even sniff around and nip. These behaviors are rare but possible. They benefit from an enriched environment they can be active in. Roborovskis can be hand-tamed if acquired young and individually accustomed to handling. This requires some patience and time investment, however, since they bite often when angry. A hamster can easily hurt itself escaping or getting into the wrong places before it is caught. It is important to handle them where they cannot get away as they are hard to catch, being both fast and very small, and will not hesitate to wriggle free or jump from their owner's hand if panicked, no matter the distance to the ground.
Roborovski hamsters can enjoy being together. Two of these hamsters from different litters may get along if introduced properly, although there is always a chance they may not. It is common for this breed to be extremely friendly. They are very kind and often do everything with each other for the rest of the life. Compatible cage mates will generally play, eat, and sleep together in the same spot. Their antics are constantly entertaining and they make excellent pets for those who want animals that are fun to watch and require less personal handling.
Although generally
nocturnal, they are more likely to be active during the day than the more commonly-kept Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus). They do not, however, like direct light or sunlight and will be more confident emerging in the daytime if their home can be kept in relative shade. Like most other small animals, these hamsters cannot see by red light. Therefore, a "fireglow" bulb installed by their cage or tank, though offering little visibility to them, will illuminate their night-time behavior for fascinating observation. Roborovski hamsters have been reported running up to 20 miles a night in about 8 and a half hours.


Housing

As they grow to be on average 4.5 cm long—roughly the length of an adult human thumb—Roborovskis can easily squeeze through the bars of a standard hamster cage, so careful consideration needs to be given to housing. The gaps between bars should be approximately 7 mm in width. First-time owners are advised to inquire of pet shop owners or breeders about the suitability of cages. The best cage for a Roborovski hamster is a small, tight-barred open cage, a large plastic cage or a large fish aquarium. Be aware that the cage does not have any holes. Even with a plug covering the hole, hamsters may manage to take the plug out and escape. If the cage happens to have any sort of hole, try to prevent hamsters from escaping by taping the hole (And even the plug over the hole) securely. Also, cotton should never be put in their cage, as there is a high chance they will choke on it. These hamsters prefer to live in a large habitat, where they have room to run. As they are desert animals, they also like to dig and will appreciate sufficient quantities of sawdust or similar materials in their cages.These hamsters also like to have paper towel rolls to run through but make sure that there isn't any paper left on it.


Breeding

Roborovski hamsters may reach sexual maturity as early as 5 weeks, but usually do not breed until they are older. Females should not mate until they are closer to 4 months old, though males can breed at 3 months. The gestation period of Roborovski hamsters is usually 20-22 days, but can be up to 30 according to some sources. Litters are usually small, being typically of 4-6 pups, though larger litters have been reported. Pups can be weaned at 21 days; this is also a good age at which to separate male pups from females.


Mating

Telling female and male Roborovskis apart is not easy. The problem is getting them into a position to view their genitals, as they are not comfortable being handled and are faster than other hamsters. The most common method is to immobilize them by holding them by the scruff of the neck. This should not cause pain if done correctly, as most will 'play dead' and stay very still when in this position. They should be held firmly, though not tightly, for as short a time as possible and not by the ears. However, this technique is not without risk, as an improper grip could cause permanent nerve damage. A much simpler and easier, but not as reliable, method is to put individual hamsters in clear containers and view them from beneath.
The two sexes have different openings: female openings are very close together and may even look like just one opening, while male openings are further apart. Males usually have a visible scent gland near the navel, above the two openings - this looks like a yellowish stain.
Failure to separate Roborovskis is likely to lead to pregnancy at about five weeks.

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