Some people don’t have enough to make a simple house cat or dog, I want something unusual, exotic. Such people can easily make a home of a crocodile and walk with him in the morning for a run But how much is all this luxury and what Pets are the most expensive at the moment? You will find the answers in this article)
About where people can bring their whims on choosing a pet, you can read the article The strangest Pets. here we will focus on the most expensive and exotic legal animals)
So, the most “cheap” pet on our list is the domestic Bengal cat, the price of which can vary from $ 800 to 3 thousand
This breed was developed in the 60s of the XX century by American Jane mill, who decided to cross a wild Bengal cat with black cat, whereby there is a cute calico kitten
By prolonged labors the American managed to get a stable breed, the representative of which is a Bengal, lagging behind the wild ancestor of 4 or more generations
Because of stains it is often called Leopard cat, with the leopard though she is not genetically linked)
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According to who, in 2000-2001, more than 70 registered emergency major outbreaks of infectious diseases that swept tens of thousands of people. More than half of the foci falls on dangerous and especially dangerous zoonotic diseases, including bacterial nature: it is the plague, anthrax, etc.
Many causative agents of these infections belong to the so-called critical biological agents of category “A” (pathogens of plague, tularemia, anthrax) and “B” (causative agents of brucellosis, rickettsial, Sapa) – potential agents of bioterrorism.
In the recent past zoonotic infection was detected mostly in rural areas, where their main sources were agricultural animals, and many species of wild animals living in natural foci of infection.
Over the past decades in many regions of Russia there is a steady “urbanization” zoonotic diseases: the share of urban population accounts for 80% of reported cases of tularemia, leptospirosis and other infections in this group.
The main reasons are: increase in urban population, high level of clinical and laboratory diagnosis in urban environments, and also expansion of city boundaries with the development of natural-focal areas for parks, landscape gardening associations and etc. Continue reading