Homes are built not only to people. Animals, too, are perfectly able to build a reliable shelter and nest, where it will grow their offspring. Without cranes, cement and iron, these builders create a truly amazing structure.
Photo Vide sure that these animals have some architectural instinct. It’s amazing!
Houses That Are Built Themselves Animals:
© Ramnath Bhat
Weavers Bahia live in India, Burma and Sri Lanka. They often build their wicker hanging nests in trees over water where predators will be difficult to get them.
Bower birds live in Australia, New Guinea and adjacent islands. The males of these birds build small huts of grass and sticks, to attract females for mating. Unbeatable designers decorate dwelling bird kingdom berries, flowers, insects and other bright elements. Oddly enough, the females do not use these houses for rearing.
© Denis Roschlau
Sociable weaver found in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. They create huge nest, where they can live for several generations of hundreds of birds. Nest perfectly retain heat and prevent freezing at night birds.
Compass termite mound building large wedge-shaped with sharp edges. The long axis compass mound exactly coincides with the direction north-south, which protects the mound against overheating in the sun. The internal structure of termite mounds is extremely difficult, so they can be safely called a masterpiece of architectural art insects.
© Damian Biniek
Most often found in North and South America and southern Europe. Honey bees live in large families in the hive, consisting of several hundred, built by them in wax. Each cell consists of cells. They bees feed stocks stack up and grow young bees.
© Eric Henrique
Lives in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Red setter builds its nest of mud and dirt. Nests rescued from predators and are generally very safe place.
They can be found on every continent. Most operating systems do not build nests, preferring solitary or parasitic accommodation options. However, social wasps build nests elegant paper from the pulp plant, saliva, resins and other materials. Inside the cell are similar to bees.
© Simon Valdez
This sedentary bird lives in the plains of the Caribbean coast – from the south-eastern Mexico to central Panama, is not found in El Salvador and southern Guatemala. It builds its nest on thin vines and grass. Montezuma oropendola usually live in colonies on 30 birds in each of which there is only one dominant male.
© Sabyasachi Kolkata
Swallows are widely distributed in Europe, North Africa and temperate latitudes of Asia. Some may live in the same nest for several years, only making it easy “cosmetic” repairs. These birds nest made of various materials, including saliva, clay and grass. Some nests of swallows edible and considered a delicacy.