Yes, Australia has many species of pigeons. Some are native, and some have been introduced.
There are no hedgehogs native to Australia, and no living species native to North America; those in New Zealand are introduced.
A species that does not normally live in an area
Yes, a dingo is a mammal of the canine family, or wild dog. It is a placental mammal found in Australia (though not originally native to the continent). It is a mammal because it is a warmblooded vertebrate, has fur, breathes through lungs and bears live young which are fed on mother's milk. And although it's a late arrival (in geological terms), opinions are divided on whether it is considered as a native animal. Apart from the 90 or so species of native bats and numerous species of native mice and rats, it is the only placental mammal on the continent. All others are marsupials or monotremes.
Australia has more than 378 mammal species, 828 bird species, 4,000 fish species, 300 lizard species, 140 snake species, 2 crocodile species, and around 50 marine mammal species.
Yes, they are an exotic introduced species.
Of course. Bees perform the same necessary functions in Australia as they do in other countries and continents. Aside from numerous species of introduced bees, there are at least 1500 native bee species.
There are a number of snake species as well as lizard species that give live birth.
No. There are no hedgehogs in Australia, either native or introduced.
In protected captivity, numbats have a life span of 5-6 years. In their native habitat, however, they do not live as long, due mainly to predation by introduced species.
Foxes are on all continents except for Antarctica. The red fox was introduced to Australia and is now plentiful and considered to be an invasive species which is destroying native wildlife.
In protected captivity, numbats have an average life span of 5-6 years. In their native habitat, however, they do not live as long, due mainly to predation by introduced species such as cats and foxes.
I believe species of Dugong live in the Philippines.
Mammals give birth to live young, ie babies of their species.
No. Otters do not live in Australia. They are neither native to the country, nor have they been introduced.
No. Beavers do not live in Australia. They are neither native to the country, nor have they been introduced.
This species of deer is native to Southeast Asia.
It's a native species of Australia.
Some species are native, that live in a certain area. Once a different species that doesn't belong there comes in, it becomes an invasiv species, and the invasive species take over the native. That's how.
Bumblebee bats live in Myanmar and Thailand and are considered an endangered species. They are not only the smallest species of bat, they are also the world's smallest mammal.
Snow Leopards are mammals because they are vertebrates, have mammary(milk producing) glands, and give birth to live young who have fur.Yes, a snow leopard is a mammal.yeah it is a mammal
These are approx. numbers and is in species: 67 mammals species, 16 fish ( 11 native species and 5 non native species), 6 reptiles species, 4 amphibian species, and 322 bird species.
Yes, minks can live in Connecticut. In fact, one species of mink is native to North America, including Connecticut. The other mink species is native to Europe.