What was the name of the game on the N64 where you were a small bug which could control other animal's bodies?
i'm guessing here, but maybe space station silicon valley
The word you are looking for is probably "chimera", but could also be "gargoyle" or "griffen".
Be environmentally aware of what you put into drains, and water bodies. It's not good to put most chemicals into the water cycle as they could alter the life in water bodies and therefore alter life on land for humans and other animals. Also, try not to put garbage and debris into water bodies; it can be unsanitary and harmful to animals.
Their bodies decay, and are also eaten by other animals, which in turn poop the nutrients into the soil.
They are know as invertebrates; Sharks whose bodies are supported by cartilage, Stingrays, same deal, Slugs I don't know how their bodies are supported, and many other animals
The common name for that is 'parasite'.
You could say a group of stars or animals but I think you are looking for maybe consatllation (don't know if the spelling is right though)
Only mammals control their own body temperature. All other animals do not.
This is part of the process of pollination. The animal may be referred to as a pollinator or a vector.
Zooflagellates live in a few different places. These include inside and on the bodies of other organisms like animals and humans and in bodies of water.
To protect their rather soft bodies.
To make them stronger so they can kill other animals for food
they excrete it, like most other animals, as fecal matter.
They drink water and then their bodies use it the same as all the other animals.
well, herbivores eat plants (which have nitrogen in them due to help from nitrogen fixating bacteria) then other animals eat herbivores. Since animals are heterotrophs they have to get their nutrients from other organisms.
Dogs urinate because that's the way their bodies work. This is not unlike other animals, is it? If you have difficulty with training your dog or with canine incontinence, there are other questions that speak to that. Or you could ask your own question, as this is WikiAnswers, and that's what we do here.
animals use many ways to attract each other such as pheromones wich are emmited by certain glands to color marking on their bodies.
they probably moved their bodies and made sounds and secreted smells like all other animals.
volture maybe even an........... eagle or something a scavenger is an animal that eats other dead bodies of animals............. so ya
Well, without photosynthesis, the plants would not have energy for building their bodies. So with a little exagerration, it could be said that photosynthesis is building up the plants, which represent carbohydrates and other molecules needed by animals.
There are many different things that you could call animals that depend on each other for survival. You could say they are dependent.
Fossils and other naturally preserved parts of their bodies.
Carnivores are animals that eat meat (other animals) such as tigers (other felines), wolves (other canines), sharks, spiders (catch flies and other animals in their webs), etc. Parasites are creatures that live off of another host animal at the host's expense of health, taking nutrients from their bodies, like ticks that take blood from dogs, deer, etc.
Most/all animals came from an evolved fish that could walk and evolved from that into other animals
Insects are animals that have segemented bodies, they eat things to produce their own energy, for example, Crickets, cicadas, and many other insects.
A vulture is a scavenger. A scavenger is a carnivore that does not kill its own food but eats carrion, the dead bodies of animals; either prey killed by other hunters or animals that have died of other causes.
Carnivorous animals ate other animals, herbivorous ate plants. But those animals lived south of the ice, where plants could still grow and animals could live
the cells that make up their bodies can live as single cells
the cells that make up their bodies can live as single cells
To control population growth and to prevent weaker animals from breeding. It is a natural thing for animals to eat other animals. The food chain is a main part of this. Although not all animals eat other animals, the ones who do need food to survive on anything they can. Because they sometimes run out of food and also they get hungry.... :P
The point of mummies were for the bodies to enjoy afterlife. They would perserve the bodies and put things they would need in afterlife like Food Water Animals Clothing And other stuff.
Most likely animals loss water fromm their bodies the same way we as humans do, go to the washroom. Most of us have probably seen a dog do its business so it would be likely to be the same with many other household or even outdoor animals. For fish or water animals it might be the same way or they might lose it by being dried out!
Water animals are also called marine animals. They could be fish, birds, amphibians, mammals, and other animals. Marine animals live in water.
The tides are caused by the moon's gravity. Other large bodies of water could be there for many reasons. 1 example is continental drift, as the continents move around bodies of water can get separated from the oceans.
I believe this could be true, we cant test their intelligence like we test that of other animals.
for various reasons they could be dangerous animals, or the cages could be used for discipline ,transportation , and many other things
Stingray's do share a mutualistic relationship with 'cleaner fish'. The stingray visits their cleaning station; ridding their bodies of parasites that potentially could be quite harmful to them, while the cleaner fish gets a meal.
Many animals do not have backbones. Only vertebrates need them to support their bones and muscles. Invertebrates use exoskeletons or cartilage or other structures to support their bodies.
Barnacles have adapted to be able to attach themselves to other animals or surfaces. They also have a hard shell to protect their bodies.
Stingrays definitely do have hearts. The hearts on stingrays are located in the center of their bodies just like many other animals.
Chickens get their energy the as other animals, including humans, do - by ingesting food which their bodies convert into fuel to keep them functioning.
They either live on (eat) the animal they are in, or live on the food that the animal eats.
Well, other than their bodies, the Egyptians put their animals, gold, and other worldly possessions because they thought that they carried them to the next world.
An animal that lives on or in other animals is called a parasite. It could also be a carnivore or omnivore, as far as the ON part is concerned.
Some do, some don't. Humans, cats, birds, fish and a thousand other species have skeletons within their bodies. Beetles, flies, and insects have skeletons outside their bodies (exoskeletons). But animals like worms and octopus and amoeba don't have any skeletons at all.
Koalas contribute to their ecosystem just like other animals. They control the population of leaves and plants and are food for larger animals.
Anacondas are normally found in South America in swamps and other bodies of water. They eat other animals such as pigs, birds, fish, and sometimes even jaguars.
Because they are predators. Sharks eat other animals. Their bodies have adapted to eating meat, and they cannot live on plants.
Insects and other small animals assist in the pollination of flowers Animals disperse or are a vector of seed dispersal Animals provide nutrition to plants by way of their excrement as it decomposes Animal bodies release nutrients into the soil when they die and decompose.
Because lions are big, mean and eat pretty much all other animals. and could me ruler or king of the jungle....
All animals have a internal skeleton but that is except for bugs. They don't have an internal skeleton because they have an external skeleton. Bugs are more likely different to mammals and reptiles because they have different-looking bodies to other animals.