Land Mammals

Members of the class Mammalia that live in many of the same places humans do, from the highest, coldest mountain regions to the hottest deserts and rainiest islands. They are warm-blooded vertebrates that have adapted to life on land.

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Land Mammals

What are coldblooded animals called?

cold blooded animals are called reptiles.

Land Mammals
Animal Behavior
Human and Animal Interaction

Which animal eats dead human bodies from graves?

Most decomposers, including worms and insects, will eat rotting human flesh. But there are no decomposers who specialize in dead human consumption.

Land Mammals

How are Zebras Stripes like fingerprints?

Zebra stripes are like fingerprints because no two fingerprints can be the same and on a zebra no two zebras can have the same stripe pattern.

Land Mammals
Gophers and Groundhogs

Do gophers eat birch tree roots?

NO. ** i disagree gophers will eat just about any root . even ones that are reported that they dont like.

Land Mammals

What is a sort of animal is a dago?

If you mean Degu, or Dagu, it's a rodent native to Chile.

They're generally very friendly, they're Diurnal which means they're awake during the day, mostly.

The plus side is they can last a long time, as opposed to some rodents{hamster, mice etc..}, the downside is because of their constantly growing teeth, they need plenty chew toys provided that are specific to their constant chewing needs, it's also wiser to provide a wire based multi-floored caged {not a plastic bottom} with cushioning on the bottom (maybe blankets, or smooth tiles so as to prevent what's called 'Bumble feet', a very painful infection of the paws.

Another painful action for the Degu would be attempts to catch it by the tail, it's very painful for them, they'll recover, but the Bonding between Degu and Companion human might be challenging for awhile, as they bond with the person that takes care of them the most.

Like any other animal, an untrained Degu is prone to biting, but can be trained (with patience and tender care) not to bite, their affections shouldn't be confused with biting either, since they show this by Tender light tickling nibbles, via grooming.

They don't need to be bathed in water, a simple sand bath would work for them to keep them clean and groomed, there are Chinchilla dust products appropriately available for this, alongside the chewing toys.

Land Mammals

How tall are Wild Boars?

Shoulder height of 90 cm(2.54cm= 1 inch) As a whole, their average weight is 50-90 kg kilograms. Russian boars which can can reach weights of 300 kg(1kg = 2.2 lbs), and Italian boars 80kg to as much as 150kg.

Land Mammals
Seals and Sea Lions
Similarities Between

What are the similarities between a walrus and a harp seal?

A walrus has tusks near their cheeks and no whiskers and seals have whiskers but no tusks

Land Mammals
Wild Dogs

Do coyotes have backbones?


Land Mammals

How big is the biggest kudu bull on record?

The world record is around 74 inches when measured along the crest of the horn.

Land Mammals

What do borugos eat?

It eats bugs and leafs

Land Mammals
Rabbits and Hares

What mammals have long ears?


Land Mammals

Do boars have horns?

Boer goats have horns.

But boars, as in male pigs, have tusks.

Goats and Sheep
Land Mammals

How do goats live?

The goats blood flows through its system, just like humans. The goat will eat almost anything to survive, just make sure that you fee it lots of greens.

Land Mammals

What are mammals covered with?

All mammals are covered in either hair/fur.

Answer Improved by: -k-
Mammals would be covered with hair. Mammals are warm blooded and grow hair on their bodies. Other non-mammal species might grow fur, feathers, or another type of body covering but its not the same as hair.

Land Mammals

How do you know human male or female baby with scan report?


Land Mammals
Aquatic Mammals

What animal looks like the beaver?

the beavcoon

Care of Horses
Land Mammals

How rare are white Friesians?

Friesians only come in black. They are allowed a white star, nothing else.

Land Mammals

What rodent name has 9 letters?


Land Mammals

What is the weight of a mongoose rebel?

35 pounds

Land Mammals
Word Games

Furry animal that starts with t?

Tapir, Tarantula, Tiger, Tabby and Terrier.

Animal Life
Land Mammals
The Difference Between

What is the difference between horns and antlers?

Antlers are branching bony appendages that are shed annually. All male cervids , like moose, deer and elk have antlers. Only caribou and reindeer have females with antlers, though much smaller than their male counterparts. When they grow, they are covered in a thin fuzzy skin covering called "velvet" which contains blood supply to help the antlers grow. This skin covering is shed before rutting season.

Horns are a pointed projection of skin and hair of an animal, consisting of a layer of keratin surrounding a living bone core. Animals that have horns include all those in the family Bovidae (bovines, sheep, goats and antelope). Horns usually have a spiral or curved shape, with ridges or fluting. Horns begin growth soon after birth, and continue growth until the animal dies. They never fall off every year, except in pronghorns, where they shed the outer shell every year, but retain the inner bony core. Only the males of most species of Bovidae have horns, except those of the bovine genus including bison, buffalo, gnu and domestic cattle.

Land Mammals

What mammal has black and white stripes only on its backside and hind legs?

The Okapi, which is a relation of the giraffe family.

Land Mammals

Can you own a pangolin?

Yes,you can own a pangolin because, a pangolin isn't so dangerous at all.Exept don't own a tree or giant pangolin because,those belong to the wild and may be big for your house.

Land Mammals

What kills a wild boar?

Another animal.

Land Mammals

Is an oryx a carnivore or a herbivore?



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