Animal husbandry is an animal welfare movement that focuses on the protection of animals.
The movement started in the US in the mid-1990s and has since spread across the globe.
It is the most popular animal welfare organization on the internet.
Here are some common animal husbandrie terms and concepts.
A: Aborted animal husbandriersA: Animals that are aborted because of medical reasons, such as heart or lung failure.
B: Calf or sheep-like animals.
C: Cow or goat-like animal.
D: Chicken-like or duck-like.
F: Fish-like, or amphibian-like creature.
Z: Any other animal that can be easily killed.
Auction: A live auction held to sell animals.
Auctions are also known as auctions for sale.
An animal is auctioned when it is a live animal and can’t be sold.
Ancestral: Ancestral animals are animals that have lived for more than 200 years.
Animal families include humans, apes, and monkeys.
Animals that belong to one animal family can be reared by any other family.
The concept of an ancestor is a group of animals that are closely related.
Aurora Borealis: An atmospheric phenomenon that can cause a cloud to form.
A meteorite shower is one of the most famous aurora borealis events.
Anthro: Any kind of animal that does not belong to any particular genus.
A.k.a. a member of the same genus as a human.
Bats: Birds that belong primarily to the order Cebusculus.
The only type of bird that doesn’t belong to the genus Cebuscus is the ostrich.
Birds of prey: Animals with a distinctive head and wings, such a deer, antelope, etc.
Biting insects: Bugs that feed on insects.
Bitter or foul odors: Smells like rotten eggs.
Blackberries: Blackberries are the fruit of the berry family.
Baking soda is a commonly used preservative.
Blackberries contain anthocyanins that protect the skin of fruit.
Black-and-white photography: A style of photography that uses color and black and white rather than white or black to emphasize the background.
Blackbirds: Birds with black, brown or red beaks.
Bluebells: Bamboo trees that have red tips.
Barks: Bats with black wings.
Blackbirds and bats are two of the three main species of bats in North America.
Bloated: The condition of being fat and not well.
Bluff: To be in a state of constant agitation, especially when you are talking to someone or something.
Bluffing is a sign of mental stress or confusion.
Blues: The color of a bird’s beak, and also its color in the sky.
Blueberry: A type of wild blueberry.
Blueberries are grown in the Northern Hemisphere and produce a rich, juicy fruit that is sweet and tart.
Blueberry pie is one popular dessert served at dinner parties.
Bluebirds are the only species of birds that can fly.
Black widow: Black widow spiders are a species of scorpion-shaped spiders with venom glands that produce venom.
Blackjack: A person who has lost his or her job or is unemployed due to a disease or other illness.
Blocking is the act of not working or taking the time to work when someone is not available.
Bonsai: The cultivation of trees that are planted in the wild and not watered for years to make them grow faster.
Boon: A bird that is shy, quiet, and will not fly.
Bouncer: A member of a family of birds with the ability to attract other birds with their call.
Burmese panda: A species of bamboo-like tree with brown feet and white, long-tailed wings.
The Burmese pandas are one of three main bird species.
Burnt orange: An orange with burnt orange flesh.
Burst of fire: The intense heat generated by an explosion or fire.
C.v.: A small, sharp object.
It may be a knife or fork, or it may be an electric shock.
Cedar cedar: A small tree with large spines and often a white bark.
Cedar cedar can be used as a tree shelter.
Celestial rays: A phenomenon that occurs when a planet passes in front of the sun and then disappears in the next few days.
It can also be a phenomenon when a solar eclipse occurs.
Chameleon: A creature that changes into a different animal type depending on its environment.
Chameleonfish: A group of species of fishes that are found