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Examples of such animals include chameleons, lizards, green tree pythons, tree snails, koalas, squirrels, cats, monkeys, parrots, sloths, and a variety of insects. Leopards and goats are also considered arboreal because of their excellent ability to climb the trees. What are arboreal animals Class 7? The animals which live onRead More →

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Euryhaline refers to the ability of an aquatic organism to adapt to a wide range of salinities, while stenohaline refers to the ability of an aquatic organism to adapt to a narrow range of salinities. What are stenohaline animals? Stenohaline describes an organism, usually fish, that cannot tolerate a wideRead More →

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An ectotherm (reptile/amphibian) relies primarily on its external environment to regulate the temperature of its body. Endotherms (birds) are able to regulate their body temperatures by producing heat within the body. What is the meaning of Endothermy? Endothermy can be defined as any mechanism of heat generation without shivering thatRead More →

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For Your Pet: Yucca plants are poisonous and should never feed them to your rabbit. Warning: Never feed yucca plants to your small pet, as they are poisonous to your pet. Will deer eat yucca plants? Do Deer eat yucca plants? Yes but will most likely eat the flowering stalkRead More →

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Arboreal habitats are the places in trees where organisms are able to live and feed. These habitats can include the roots of trees, the canopies of rainforests, the branches of deciduous and coniferous trees, the leaves of trees, and even holes within the tree. What are the adaptation of arborealRead More →

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Arboreal animals have adapted tree-top living to protect themselves from ground predators by staying atop or by hiding in foliage and branches. Tree-top living has many challenges and one of them is falling down from great heights. How are arboreal animals adapted to live on tree? animals which spend aRead More →

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Large predatory animals that prey on cats include cougars, wolves, and coyotes. Additionally, many comparatively small animals, including eagles, snakes (venomous and constrictors), hawks, and owls, hunt cats for food. Some dog breeds may also pursue cats, but domesticated dogs do not always do so for sustenance. Can a weaselRead More →

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It is not seen in cats, though it is similar to human amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, often called Lou Gehrig’s disease. Degenerative myelopathy is inherited in German shepherds and many other pure- and mixed-breed dogs. Do dogs cause ALS? Exposure to pets of any kind and to small dogsRead More →

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Capuchin Monkeys May Have Been in Their Own Unique ‘Stone Age’ For at Least 3,000 Years. Tucked away in a remote valley of Brazil’s Serra da Capivara National Park, a group of bearded capuchin monkeys use round quartz stones to crack open cashew nuts on tree roots or other rocks.Read More →

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Most animals on earth are capable of living without humans except for the family dog, a phenomenon, and the result of a domestication process over thousands and thousands of years. Cats could do well when let loose in the wild, with their independent natures and strong prey drive still inRead More →