Wild Dogs

The faithful companion and assistant of man in all parts of the world known as 'Man's Best Friend,' has a wild side in their family, Canidae. Wild dog can be used to refer to the subfamily of Caninae, or the genus Canis, also often called the "true dogs," which includes several species, but never your pet Poodle!

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Color Blindness

Is there a way to beat the Ishihara test for colorblindness?

To conclude: you can easily fail an Ishihara plates tests and pass a D-15 arrangement test at the same time. I would say many people with a low to moderate color blindness will receive such a test result.

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Coyotes

Do coyotes have backbones?

vertebrate

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What is a group of hounds called?

Answer 1A group of hounds can be called a mute or a pack. Answer 2A group of hounds is referred to as a pack. Most packs live together in a kennel, although males and females are usually separated.
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What colors can a dog see?

Dogs' visual acuity is lower so they cannot focus as well. An object a human can see clearly may appear to be blurred to a dog looking at it from the same distance. A rough estimate is that dogs have about 20/75 vision, which isn't that good, but oh well. Also, they can only see in black and white.

Actually, research shows that dogs CAN see some colors, just not at the same intensity as humans and not the same spectrum. It's a little more complicated, but basically, they can see shades of blue and yellow. Red and orange are seen as shades of gray. Green as I understand it is gray but blue-green can be seen. And I think they can see some shades of magenta. But I still stick with the basic yellow and blue. And I will say my dog's favorite toys have always been yellow.

Kitty Cat04's Answer:

Dogs can see violet, indigo, blue, and yellow. They are very good at telling the difference between violet, indigo, and blue. A blue-green color is the color white to dogs.

mostly dogs can see rich colors that are in older paintings. they see brighter coulers but green. :)

Lillyhuynh22 Answer:

Dogs may also see red.

bestesy answer:

yes that is true as well

A: Dogs can see Cyan and Yellow and some Infra-Red

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Monkeys
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Giraffes

What is a giraffes habitat?

Although many younger children think the giraffe habitat is the zoo, in truth this animal lives naturally in Savanna in large herds. However, the giraffe is native to Africa, specifically in the southern most part of the Sahara. Even so, some parts of East Africa now protect his magnificent animal. Unfortunately, humans are by far the worst predator. Therefore, unless more protected areas are provided, the number of declining animals will continue.

The type of giraffe habitat needed for this animal to survive and thrive in is a dry, open woodland. Other natural giraffe habitats are savannas. When in the place where this animal does best, small thorny trees known as acacia are in abundance. Actually, this tree is the favorite meal of the giraffe and while to people it appears to offer no nutritional value, it is a staple of the diet.

Because of the way in which the giraffe is built with the long, extended neck, the only way to drink is by spreading the front legs and putting life at risk for predator attack. For this reason, giraffes cannot eat low vegetation foods, which is why regions with tall trees would not make a good home for this beautiful animal. Instead, the giraffe needs the tall trees, stretching the neck to great heights.

In the giraffe habitat area of sub-Saharan Africa, this animal is found in various regions that go from the southern part of Mali to Kenya, as well as the northern region of South Africa. Within the areas where the giraffe lives, it is common to find herds hanging around waterholes and rivers during the day. However, when rainfall comes, this animal will move to deciduous woodlands that are open. At night, the giraffe is most active when temperatures are cool. An interesting fact that most people do not realize is that this animal only requires two hours a night.

Having the opportunity to see a giraffe in a controlled environment such as a zoo is exciting and educational but if people can at some time in life book a trip to natural giraffe habitats, there is no comparison to the experience. With this, people would be able to see giraffes in their environment, watching them eat the leaves from tall trees, bend to sip water, play, care for the young, an in rare occasions, see a giraffe fight. While on a trip such as this, getting the chance to see predators of the giraffe is another possibility, opening the eyes to a completely different world.

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Health
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Thyroid

What can cause inflammation in the salivary gland?

It can be an infection, and you'll need antibiotics for that. Since the TMJ joint is nearby, that may be the cause. Try taking some ibuprofen for a day or so, ice the area periodically and see if you get any relief.

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Coyotes

Are coyotes multicellular or uniellular?

Multicellular

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Medication and Drugs
Dog Behavior
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Can clonidine be used as a sleep aide?

Clonidine is sometimes used for that purpose, particularly with ADHD. Here's a reference:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8935206

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African Wild Dogs

What does the word weaned for dogs?

Weaned is just like for humans. The transition from mothers milk to puppy chow also known as slop. To wean them you mix water with the chow, as they get used to it add less water and soon enough they are eating regular puppy chow.

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Dingoes

Do dingoes wild dogs migrate or hibernate?

migrate because Austrailia gets really really hot in summer so they migrate

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Lemurs Bushbabies and Aye-Ayes

What is an African Bush Baby?

An African bush baby or galago is a prosimian primate, with its large round eyes and big ears. It is nocturnal, and mostly eats fruits and insects. It is capable of leaping great distances, it often appears to fly among the treetops.

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Pugs

What is a baby dog called?

Male is a dog.
Female is a bitch.
Young is a pup or puppy.

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African Wild Dogs

How do African wild dogs protect itself?

youmama eat chicuy

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Taxonomy

The scientific name for Lycaon pictus?

Lycaon pictus, is another name for the African wild dog.

Kingdom: Animalia

Family:Canidae

Species:Lycaon pictus

Order: Carnivora

Phylum: Chordata

Subphylum: Vertebrata

Class: Mammalia

Suborder: Caniformia

Genus:Lycaon

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Siberian Huskies

Do Siberian huskies eat humans?

No. there are bred as a working dog. most commonly known as dog sledding dogs.

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Conditions and Diseases
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Dog Health
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What is good for canine constipation?

You can buy many products or visit the vet. Visiting the vet will be the best bet, because the can give you a prescription medication for your pet.

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Siberian Huskies

What are the predators of a Siberian Husky and what are the huskies prey in the arctic?

The Husky breed is a domesticated animal. They were and are still bred as work animals so they do not per say have "predators". They are derived from the wolf family of canines so it is safe to say that the predators of wolves are the same to any canine. Wolves are at the higher end of there ecosystem, meaning they do not have many natural enemies. The only real threat to their kind is humans. Huskies, on the other hand, may have many other types of predators, but again, they are domesticated and are not generally found in the wild roaming about.

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Siberian Huskies

What do wild huskies eat?

Like other dog breeds, Siberian huskies are omnivorous scavengers and will eat anything that is edible (and some things that are not). Huskies have high prey drives and will chase down and eat small prey such as rabbits if they have the chance.
Siberian huskies eat rabbits, birds and other small animals.

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What is a Wild dog's hole or cave called?

Lair

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What colors can dog see?

Dogs can see four different kinds of colors.

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Meteorology and Weather
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What color can you see through the fog the best?

yellow color because it has the longest wave lengths.

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Dog Breeding and Mating

How does the dog reproduce?

the dog mates just like any animal would

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Dingoes
Plural Nouns

Dingos what are they?

Wild dogs of Australia

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Slavery
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Similarities Between

Why enslave Africans not Whites or Indians?

"Why enslavement?"

From what I've read, there has always been enslavement of people of all races.

Enslavement developed when various tribes made war on each other. The victorious tribe would take the defeated and use them as slaves.

Some African tribes made war on other tribes and took the defeated as slaves. When the white race arrived in Africa, some tribes sold or gave their slaves to these newcomers to take back with them to their own countries - England, etc.

North American Indians who defeated their enemies also took captives who were used as slaves. In addition, the Puritans (Yes, the Pilgrims!) took many Indian captives and sold them into slavery. They were sent to the Caribbean to work in sugar plantations.

Warlords of China took the defeated as slaves.

Poor Irish and English people, adults and children, were enslaved by becoming "indentured" (unfree) servants. If a family was poor, they could agree for a sum of money to send their eldest child or children to work as servants for other families. These "indentured" children worked to pay off the money that had been given to the parents - which sometimes took many years.

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Labor and Birth
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Mathura

How many minutes can a baby not breathe upon delivery and what is the safe limit?

I think it is 4 minutes after delivery but the safe limit is 2 minutes.

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