The documentary film Lions, Owls and Frogs
Lions, owls and frogs - description
Leo is a feline mammal and one of four species of large cats of the genus Panthera. The lion is the second largest cat of the cat. Males weigh 150-250 kg and female 90-165 kg. In the wilderness, the lions are living 10-14 years, while in captivity they can experience the age of 20 years. Previously, lions occurred throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, and even America, nowadays only in Africa and in several places in India. They are companion animals and hunt in packs. The lions exhibit marked sexual dimorphism, the main and determining feature of the lion's male is their mane.
Owls are quite a number of carnivorous birds of more than 200 species. They are found on all continental continents except Antarctica. Most owls are separate living animals (although there are also exceptions, such as a bunch of rabbits, with a number of adaptations that allow them to hunt in the dark.) Within the order, we distinguish two families: a larger and more diverse family of pucks and a smaller number of owls.
Previously, owls were considered to be related to predators, but the similarity between the two orders is caused by a similar way of hunting and nutrition, and their closest related group is leukemia.
Frogs are one of the orderless neo-amphibians. The tail has only a pulse that is absorbed into the body when converted (metamorphosis). Often they have long, well-developed hindquarters, adapted for jumping, for frogs with a characteristic way of movement. They mostly live insects. Their reproduction is, as with other amphibians, bound to the aquatic environment. In the water, both eggs develop, and they harvest the pulses that breathe in the water through the gills. The pulsates are gradually developing adult frogs, which breathe the air and are thus bound to the water considerably less, some species almost at all. Still, adult frogs are not perfectly adapted to life on land because they have only weakly developed lungs, and breathing takes place partly through the skin, which must be thin and damp due to this, which puts higher demands on the humidity of the environment in which the frogs live.