Most kangaroo species are nocturnal, as well as being crepuscular, meaning they are most active near dawn and dusk, often using these times for feeding (refer to weblink below). However, mobs of kangaroos can frequently be observed moving through the countryside during the daytime.
Tree kangaroos are mostly nocturnal.
Kangaroos, like almost all marsupials, are nocturnal because this is an adaptation that helps them avoid diurnal predators such as wedge-tailed eagles.
coyotes are nocturnal not diurnal
some are nocturnal and some are diurnal.
Jaguarudi's are both nocturnal and diurnal.
nocturnal Apparently, there are diurnal and nocturnal species of grasshoppers, but most are diurnal. See Related Links.
The term opposite of nocturnal is "diurnal." (active mostly during the day).The opposite of nocturnal is diurnal.
Dingos can be both nocturnal and diurnal. Whether they are nocturnal or diurnal, usually depends on the climate where the dingo lives.
they are both nocturnal and diurnal
The West Indian Manatee is diurnal it is not nocturnal.
Diurnal, though they can also nocturnal as well.
Some insects are both nocturnal and diurnal.
pumas are actually nocturnal if you see one at you know if its diurnal or nocturnal.
They are diurnal.