Typically, kiwi are shy and reclusive birds which avoid contact with people. They stay in monogamous pairs, and have little to do with other kiwi in a colony. They are territorial birds, and nocturnal hunters.
It is believed that about 3% of all the species of mammals are monogamous. The most popular among them being the Wolf. There are a few other birds like a few species of vulture and the owl that are usually believed to be monogamous.
egrets are monogamous
egrets are monogamous
Yeah, only them and people is monogamous
Yes. Bonnethead Sharks are monogamous which leads to the conclusion that other sharks may also be monogamous.
The House Sparrow is monogamous and mates for life .
The word monogamous means... to only have one signifigant other.
the monogamous is a word that have a difficult pronounciation
If you are looking for the definition, monogamous is a bird with only one mate. If you are looking for an example, a well-known monogamous bird is the bald eagle.
Horses are quite noble, and some dogs certainly do sacrifice for their family... but in general, most animals are pretty much self-serving. On the other hand, if you're asking "What animals are monogamous?", Some birds pair up, and until the "sexual revolution", most humans were monogamous.
you can have sex with ANYONE. not even kidding. not married? doesnt matter.
She was never monogamous, she always had multiple partners at the same time.
That is the correct spelling of the adjective monogamous(having one wife or mate).
ANSWER: I think not all human are monogamous. We all have our own reason and most of the time we stick by our belief. Why are some monogamous, no one knows except those people who are doing it. As well as making an excuse or even good reason why they are monogamous...
think about it.. mono... one.... one thing.... example: custard, when made right, is monogamous.
Kiwi are shy, nocturnal birds that will avoid human contact wherever possible. They spend much of their nights foraging for food among the soil and leaf litter of their environment. They are not sociable birds, generally remaining in monogamous pairs.
Pairs of curassow birds are monogamous and breed from late winter to spring, depending on the region. Incubation periods for the curassow bird are 28 - 29 days.
no monkeys aren't monogamous as a rule although some monkeys do show social monogamy to some extent.