House Sparrow (lat. Passer domesticus) is a family member of a sparrow, Passeridae. It inhabits most of the area of Europe and Asia. For us, it is called sparrow peddlers. Today it is the most widespread birds in the world.
The man they were intentionally or unintentionally introduced into sub-Saharan Africa, the larger part of the Americas, New Zealand and Australia. In America it is called the English sparrow to differentiate it from the indigenous American sparrow. In the cities of the United States are European mass sparrows were passed between 1850 and 1875 in order to reduce the number of pests. Error late insight- and sparrows are already household names. By 1883, regarded them as a pest, and their introduction as a catastrophe.
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