Why are dugongs also known as sea cows?
They are also known as sea cows and dugongs.
Manatees and dugongs are sea cows. They're called cows because they're similar to cows, as they chew their food for eight hours a day.
Yes! Steller Sea Cows are extinct and dugongs are endangered!
No. Sea cows live in the sea, which is why they're called "sea cows." Their more proper names are Dugongs or Manatees.
Sea cows, which live in the ocean, are also known as manatees and dugongs. The large, grey-colored manatee and dugong is a herbivorous aquatic mammal that eats kelp and sea grasses. The manatee and the dugong both have a horizontal tail shaped like a paddle at their hind end and two flippers on their sides. In the past, sailors mistook manatees for mythical mermaids. The sea cow population is decreasing mostly because of habitat loss… Read More
Sea cows belong to the order Sirenia. There are two kinds of sea cows, manatees and dugongs. They are called sea cows because they are similar to sea cows, as they chew on their food (sea grass, corals, etc...) for eight hours a day.
Steller's Sea Cows became extinct in 1768. Dugongs and manatees, which are related to Steller's Sea Cows, only have one calf at a time so it's very probable that Sea Cows only had one calf at a time as well.
Dolphins, porpoises, whales, bats, dugongs, manatees, and sea cows live in Vanuatu.
Sea Cows (also known as Sirenia) are herbivores, and thus, they eat all aquatic plants, with variations depending on their environment.
No. Manatees are not fish. Manatees are in fact mammals. Also known as sea cows.
Yes. Dugongs and manatees are marine mammals but unlike dolphins they are herbivores. Dugongs subsist on sea grass.
noooo... because " sea cows" are almost manettes and actually manettes are very well known for being eaten by sharks so no sea cows don't eat sharks oppesite way around ; ) wink wink
Green sea turtles and dugongs eat sea grass
The word comes from Tagalog, and the earlier Malay "duyung" with the meaning "lady of the sea." This is another reference to sailors imagining dugongs or manatees as "mermaids."
Sometimes they are known as sea coww becayse they are fat like cows and they live in the sea.
Green Sea Turtles, Dugongs and Manatees.
Manatees and dugongs.
all sea creatures sleep
In the Sargasso Sea.
What do dugongs eat? NO actually they eat kelp sea grass and wire weed so HA HA HA
Sea cows (manatees and dugongs) are easy prey for most predators, because they are very vulnerable. It can't go fast or fight back. It can't even look behind it without moving its whole body.
Dugongs can only live where sea grass grows and it is a very slow vegetation to grow. It needs the right tempretures to stay alive so obviously global warming is an issue also boat motors rip the grass up and pollution is also a major issue
Its also known as the Sea of Cortez or the Vermilion Sea
Dugongs and Manatees it see weed
They mainly eat sea grass
sea turtles manatees and dugongs
The Arabian Sea is also known by many as the Persian Sea.
Elephants are related to hyraxes and sea cows. Elephants are related to hyraxes and sea cows. Elephants are related to hyraxes and sea cows.
Whales dolphins seals sea lions manatees walruses dugongs and more
The steller sea cows eat plants
Yes, sea cows and manatees are the same.
Steller sea cows were hunted to extinction.
Answer They are found in the Indian Ocean, Red Sea, and the South Pacific.
green sea turtle manatees parrot fish dugongs
The Battle of the Philipine Sea was also known as "The Marianas Turkey Shoot."
Dugongs and manatees are aquatic mammals that eat sea grass. Green sea turtles are mostly herbivorous, and primarily eat sea grass. Galapagos iguanas are also semi aquatic herbivores, but they eat algae that grows on rocks just offshore.
The East China Sea.
Their sandle where made of sea cow skin, that is how they how skin of sea cows. It kept out the elements of the weather.
Dugongs are large grey mammals which spend their entire lives in the sea. Fully grown, they may be three metres long and weigh 400 kilograms. They have nostrils near the top of their snouts. Dugongs swim by moving their broad spade-like tail in an up and down motion, and by use of their two flippers. Dugongs' only hairs are the bristles near the mouth. Dugongs are highly migratory, which means Australia shares populations with other… Read More
Cows in the sea, that can swim and breath underwater, and are located in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Lake Tiberias is known as the Sea of Galilee
The only one I can think of, right now, is manatees and dugongs.
The treatment of the Box Jellyfish, also known as 'sea wasp' and 'stingers' is to
* Sea of Tranquility also known as Mare Tranquillitatis. * Sea of Ingenuity also known as Mare Ingenii.
no, they are different
Some fish eat water plants. Manatees, or sea cows, also eat water plants. Humans also eat some sea plants.
There are four very different types of animals that are referred to as "sea pigs": Dolphins, dugongs (manatees), sea cucumbers, and guinea pigs.
More than 30 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises have been recorded on the Great Barrier Reef. There are also dugongs, sea turtles, mollusc, pipefish, sea horses, and sea snakes. More than 1,500 species of fish live there, too.
Whales, dolphins, dugongs. turtles, seals, walruses, etc.