As I have compared the British Empire to something more like the Holy Roman Empire, this all adds to the ridiculous overtones of the business, even while the use of the double title must always have unnecessarily reminded Indians of the foreign and often condescending nature of the British government.
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So, we’ve got heaps of ants but then there is another mysterious animal called the tapir that lives on the jungle floor. They kind of look like a mix between a pig and an anteater. However, these strange looking animals are the last survivors of a large family of mammals that have hardly changed over 20 million years. That’s amazing!
Tapirs were once found on every continent but there are only four species left; there are three in Central and South America and one in south east Asia. They are perfectly adapted to life in warm, wet forests and they clearly love it. Very little is known about the tapir; how their families work, where they sleep and even their strange birdlike whistles.
This is amazing! The world’s 54 billion domestic chickens descend from the red jungle fowl. It is a pheasant indigenous to the jungles of south east Asia. The jungle fowl is quite the active pheasant and very quizzy. They think nothing of flying away to get away from predators. Their eggs are half the size of a domestic chicken’s but the shells are twice as thick.
You also get animals like chimps, jaguars, gorillas, koala bears, lemurs, leopard, monkeys and tigers. Keep a sharp lookout to keep yourself safe it you visit a jungle!