When a mountain lion is born it weighs approximately 3-5 pounds.
In some places it is, you just have to check local laws, and be sure it isn't, in your area.
increases water absorption
A newborn Mediterranean Monk Seal pup weighs about 17-24 kg (37-53 lbs).
The maned wolf is only about 44 to 55 lbs. Although it is one of the tallest canids, it is far smaller (less weight) than canids like the gray wolf, which can weigh over 100 lbs, as well as some breeds of domestic dog, like the English Mastiff.
Plesiosaurs, apatosaurus (just about all the sauropods), praeornis, archaeopteryx (a Jurassic bird), Brachyopomorpha, Stephanoceras, Pleurosaurus--most of the Jurassic species did not survive beyond the Jurassic.
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Mammals are rarely consumed by river otters and are not a major dietary staple.Mammals that are preyed upon by otters are characteristically small or are a type species found in riparian zones.[The few occurrences of mammals found in the river otter's diet include: Muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus); Meadow Voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus); Eastern Cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus); and Snowshoe Hares (Lepus americanus).
There are varying records of otters preying upon beavers (Castor canadensis). Otter predation on beavers has been reported in the southern boreal forest of Manitoba.Trappers in Alberta, Canada commonly assert that otters are major predators of beavers.A 1994 river otter study reported findings of beaver remains in 27 out of 1,191 scats analyzed.However, many other studies did not report any findings of beaver remains in the scat sampled.
(Scat is animal droppings)
Other web sites also say that river otters will sometimes kill muskrats or beavers to take over their dens/lodges. Survival of the fittest.
Eagle's is the possessive form of the noun eagle meaning something belonging to the eagle like the eagle's wings or the eagle's tail while eagles is the plural possessive form of the noun like all of the eagles' wings are brown.
No, wolves will hunt at night because their prey might not be able to see them, and their night vision is better than their day vision......Wrong! actually they hunt both, day and night. (im someone improving this answer btw lol)
Yes, they are found in the Piedmont and coastal sections of the river.
No, the North American Virginia Opossums' tongues are "smooth and soft like velvet", according to a wildlife rehabilitator who specializes in 'possum rescue, rehabilitation, and reintroduction to the wild.
More interesting Virginia 'possum facts:
The possums of Australia, whose name is derived from a similarity to the Virginia Opossum, are also marsupials, but of the order Diprotodontia."
we need to save tiger as it is the national animal of India and if it will be extinct the balanced diet and FOOD CHAIN WILL BE effected.
Yes , in poor countries
Nope-all that stuff you've heard about neanderthals fighting giant tyrannosaurus Rex is fictional. In fact, Homo sapiens, or early humans, didn't appear for another 20 or so million years after the last dinosaur went extinct!
Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) are the largest of all North American accipitrids. Their diet consists of birds and mammals, ranging from icterids and other relatively small birds to grouse and snowshoe hares. They usually hunt by ambushing their prey.
Asian carp, starlings; white tailed deer, humans, and coyotes (in many areas); White perch, English sparrows.
They are near the threat level. This means that it is in the middle.
They sound like a trumpet. Either that or someone blowing their nose really loud or obnoxiously, which is basically what elephants do with their trunks to make the noise.
Well they do not dislike the snow. They simply prefer the warmer climate, but they will have fun in the snow.
Killer whales (Orcinus orca) faced their most serious threat during WWII. All of the countries involved in that conflict had to have anti-submarine warfare capabilities for their own protection. Practice submarines were expensive to make and difficult to control, so the nations of the world used killer whales instead because it was a known fact that they were man-killers. We bombed them, strafed them and dropped depth charges on them wherever we found them, and we not only declared war on them, we didn't even have the grace to notice when they surrendered.
It is easy to assume that Killer whales have always been the non-aggressive creatures we see today, but just remember that every culture on the face of the earth that has an ocean shoreline has, in its legends, tales of killer whales munching on the citizenry.
Yes, here is a list of endangered animals from Sweden:
Eurasian Peregrine Falcon
Lesser White-fronted Goose
Fortunately, none are critically endangered.
They are not an endangered species.
Honey badgers are a species not seen that often. They live at relatively low densities. However due to their size and the fact that they are not picky about what they eat, they are a mammal species that can live quite happily outside protected areas.
However, due to the fact that they are on the whole a solitary species they do not live in high densities. This does mean that they can be prone to local extinction in certain areas.
Gray wolves usually live in forest type areas where they can get food like meat and raise their young.
Alligators were hunted, mainly for the skin and meat. Driven to endangerment, government regulations to protect them were enacted. Today, the alligator has rebounded, and is a very common species again, numbering in the low millions.
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