The following hyenas are the extant (living) species of hyena.-Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta)-Striped Hyena (Hyaena hyaena)-Brown Hyena (Hyaena brunnea)-Aardwolf (Proteles cristata)
Yes, the word 'hyena' is a noun, a word for a type of animal, a word for a thing.
There are 4 living species of hyena and they are named as follows:Striped Hyena - Hyaena hyaenaBrown Hyena - Hyaena brunnea (although formerly Parahyaena brunnea)Spotted Hyena (also called the Laughing Hyena) - Crocuta crocutaAardwolf - Proteles cristata
Unless you plan on living in Nigeria, get over the idea of a pet Hyena.
The striped hyena is very different from the spotted hyena. for 1: they have stripes and spotted hyenas have spots. another thing is that they live longer than a spotted hyena. i hope you enjoy this tootles
yes, they do. All living things reproduce.
the spotted hyena can jump up to some thing.
It depends on what kind of Hyena you want to describe because all breeds of Hyena look different.My favorite are the spotted Hyenas and I would describe them like thisThey have Big round ears and most of their body is covered in spots. They are 28-30 inches tall and most of the are skinny in the legs. They have a slanting back a dog like nose.The Hyena is a mammalian family of order Carnivores. The Hyena's family, native to both African and Asian continents, consists of four living species, the Striped Hyena, Brown Hyena ,the Spotted Hyena, and the Aardwolf.
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It is a living thing.
The Hyaenidae is a mammalian family of order Carnivora. The Hyaenidae family, native to both African and Asian continents consists of four living species, the Striped Hyena and Brown Hyena (genus Hyaena), the Spotted Hyena (genus Crocuta) and the Aardwolf (genus Proteles).