First of all, with this article we are not encuraging you to buy some of these animals. For some of them in some coutries is even forbidden to have them as a pets. By this article we just want to help you with some advices, if you have some of these animals in your local shelter, and you want to be sure is it the right choice to adopt them.
There is no doubt peculiar and strange animals can be fun to have around the house. Specific habits, funny skills or bubbly personality is exactly what keeps some people attached to quite an uncommon choice of pets. Don’t let owning a cat or a dog stop you from embracing another furry (or less furry) fellow whose character and intelligence will capture your heart once you get to know their true nature.
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This gorgeous, black bird will show you the true meaning of intelligence and loyalty. Crows are among the most intelligent animals on the planet, and they are actively attempting to speak with their owners time to time! Sounds appealing, but keep in mind that in most countries special licenses or permits are required for keeping these animals as pets.
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Raven is significantly larger than it’s female version and has a bit different personality. While crow is mostly silent and calm, raven prefers acrobatics in the air.
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Degu is sometimes referred to as the brush-tailed rat. This small and furry animal became popular for its intellectual ability to solve problems and its active, amusing personality. Degu doesn’t require much space or demanding treatment. But, beware of biting!
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It is gorgeous, but very demanding bird. Owning a falcon requires a special permit in most of the countries and it cannot be considered a pet in regular, narrow sense. Training a falcon implies serious responsibility which results in a deep bonding with an animal, since its lifespan is 15 years and even more.
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Believe it or not, hedgehogs love to cuddle! If you wonder how, just keep in mind they need some time to develop trust, but once they get friendly, belly-rub is required.
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Independent, cool and smooth – this cold-blooded reptile is not really a cuddling type. Kissing may be an option, just make sure to pick the non-venomous one.
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Softy, adorable and fluffy, chinchillas are perfect for those who likes their pets furry. Just keep in mind that those little fellows are very sensitive to weather and require devoted care.
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Exotic, color-changing lizard has eyes that move independently and it is indeed fun to observe. Chameleon eats insects and have long, projectile tongue, so feeding him can be an interesting experience.
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Wild, African cat known as Serval became popular among cat lovers all over the planet. Servals are not aggressive to humans, they tend to bond and show affection, but their character differs from domestic, cuddly cat. Servals are night hunters, wild predators and are very active – they jump, throw, crash, fall and their nails are not very gentle to your furniture.
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