Wild animals in Trondheim, Norway

Many species of wildlife in Norway, such as: idiots, lynx, squirrels, dunes, wolves, foxes, deer, snakes, deer, And they're wearing.

Most of these animals are not dangerous until they feel their threats, especially during maternity and at birth.

Forests, Fjords without worrying about wildlife injuries.

Pigs are the largest animals in the Norwegian forest. The male apple is 240 cm high and weighs 850 kg.

Many hunting and licensed Norwegian hunting hunters during the hunting season during the fall and winter

Elk hunting The dog (dog) is an old tradition. The Norwegians consider it a fine training. Some deer dogs were born to be great hunters! This is because the coat keeps them warm and sometimes they even hair on their hair! These obesity require patients and medical care. Elks can be very important if they are threatened! Some people say that the mammals are the forest rebellious!

Reindeer or Caribbean hunters find the Caribbean good. They smell their smell in the air or follow them. In Norway, there are various types of hunting hunters, for example:

posteringsjakt (in Norwegian): hunters are chasing after animal tracking

smygjakt (in Norwegian): The hunter detects the presence of animals.

drivjakt (English: Noise): Take the beast to send the animal to a place where hunters are waiting patiently (this method is most commonly used in Norway). On the basis of my observations, when the deer hear the rattling, they react differently. One, the leader (I think) will come to look at where the noise comes from, two run dead and seven ignore it. Hunter's patience and endurance are very important factors for success.

Trondheim Animals are protected by the Norwegian environmental authorities.

Squirrels: Everywhere in Norway, especially in the pine forests of the forest. The red squirrels (Norwegian eworn) mostly live on the north and the finland. They are very cute, but not as gentle as the squirrels in the United States.

Lynx: The Lynx in Trondelag is located in the woods and mountains. Sometimes they attack the sheep, which is unpleasant for farmers in animal husbandry. They are wild animals, but they are so beautiful. They live in Central and Northern Norway. Usually they consume the cat and other pets. Hares: They live in Preri and in the woods and their coat changes in color with the seasons, in summer brown and winter white. Harps live between Trondheim and the other cities in Norway.

Adder: They were observed in Trondelag. I saw one in the north of Trøndelag on the mountain. If a blabber slams someone, it's a bit rebellious to the victim. Their poison does not kill at all. They eat mice and other pets and bite if they are threatened. In the summer of 2008, many additives were discovered in the Jonsvatnet area in Trondheim. That is why people have been particularly warned by joggers and hikers in such areas.

The wolves are not too many in Norway. The Norwegian natural environment protects them. They live in the woods and consume small animals. They are also found in the upper north and very few south of Trondelag.

Fox and brown bears live in the woods. Brown bears (Bjørn) are few in Trøndelag. They live underground or inside the holes.

Whale (Hval)

Whales live in Northern Norway. Faithful and beautiful creatures.

If you ever have a chance to travel to Northern Norway, I suggest you try the whale safari (Hvalsafari). Close proximity is close to 300 meters.

Scandinavian countries are the only countries that allow whaling. In the early 90s, Norway launched commercial whaling. There are some arguments about hunting whales in order to balance the ecological cycle, as they consume huge fish stocks. Whales are not endangered by annual hunting in Norway

Birds (fugl): There are a variety of birds in Trondheim. Some of them are very curious and beautiful birds. The Norwegian Makrellterne (Sterna hirundo) community has seagrasses in Europe, Asia and North America. They are also called sea swans. They eat fish and other tiny sea creatures. They live on the shore, on the islands, and on the lakes of freshwater lakes. Very romantic and caring birds. The male bird takes care of the female, offering fish that is part of the presentation of worship. 23 years of age or older.

The Norwegian Kjeld Oyster catcher can be seen in different colors of the world. They are black or black and white.

Small earthworms, insect larvae and coastal oyster fishermen feed on gastropods and polcae worms. Oyster catcher monogam and very territorial birds especially during the breeding season!

The male leaflet is very violent and faithful to women! Their nests are laid in the ground, which can be placed in a good visibility spot.

The oyster pliers' egg is delicious! Joking! I do not know how their eggs taste. Okay .. back to the eggs. They lay one to four eggs, women take care of eggs, while men are defending more areas.

Source by Maria Johnsen

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