The king cobra’s venom is more deadly than the rattlesnake’s. Their diets are similar and different too. The king cobra like to eat on other snakes,small mammals,and eggs. The rattlesnake eats small rodents,frogs,and birds.
If the earliest predynastic combs in ancient Egypt are analyzed, it is observed that their decorations are simple and they are not so fancy, unlike the hair combs with decorated rows of the wild animals. There are many animal figures on this comb, it is clear that its ornaments are more sophisticated than other predynastic combs. During the New Kingdom, combs were formed a rectangular and their handles were quadruped. In Met
Adults of seadragons usually are reddish in color with yellow spots and purple markings. They have leaf-like appendages which occur along their body that provide camouflage as well as a number of short spines for protection. Males have narrower bodies and are darker than females whose bodies are deeper and compressed. Seadragons have a long dorsal fin along the back and small pectoral fins on either side of the neck, which provide balance. Weedy seadragons reach up to approximately 45cm in length with an average length of about 30 cm.
Cerberus, himself, looked some what close to a dog that possessed three heads. He had eyes a yellow as mustard and large ears that stood up high on his head. Cerberus is often described to have up to fifty snakes on his back. " He is often pictured with the tail of a snake or a dragon and with snakes sprouting from his back" (Cerberus). He's known to be
This means that that you could basically split both of the animals in half and both sides would be the same because they are bilaterally symmetrical, both halves of the body are identical. The bodies do obviously look very different though since the earthworm is snake like and has no appendages whereas the bullfrog has appendages and uses them to move around. The bodies of the two are somewhat similar but also have very different appearances. The Bullfrog and Earthworm are similar in terms of habitat because they both need a moist environment to survive, they can’t allow their skin to dry out.
The big difference between is that Frill-neck lizard has a large frill around its neck which is usually folded around their body to protect themselves. They are able to run on its hind legs. Scientific classification Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordate Class Sauropsida Order Squamata Suborder Lacertilia Family Agamidae Subfamily Agaminae Genus Chlamydosaurus Species Chlamydosaurus kingii Habitat of Frilled-neck lizard They are mainly found in northern part of Australia and southern New Guinea. They get used to live in humid climates and tropical woodlands.
The prey of rainbow trout may include small fish up to one-third of their length, crayfish, shrimp, and other crustaceans; but their most important food is freshwater shrimp, containing the carotenoid pigments responsible for the orange-pink color in trout flesh. They may also consume decomposing flesh from carcasses of other
About 85% of all animals on the planet are part of the scientific group called Arthropods. Some Arthropods are shrimp, crayfish, krill, barnacles, scorpions, spiders, insects, centipedes, mites, ticks, lobsters and crabs. You can tell that an animal is an arthropod because all arthropods have more than one body segment , a body segment is a body part like the abdomen like a whale for example a whale has one solid body that is not split into separate parts. This means that they have a body made up of more than one section, flies have three separate body sections . Another way you can separate animals and arthropods is that they can have many legs the average spider has six legs and a millipede has lots of legs up to thousands!
The Western diamondback rattlesnake Crotalus atrox is a heavy bodied snake with a triangular shaped head. There are two dark diagonal lines on each side of its face running from the eyes to its jaws. It has dark diamond-shaped patterns along is back. The tail has black and white bands just above the rattles. Malevolently handsome, its basic color ranges from brown to gray to pinkish, depending on the shade of its habitat.
It is green, with seven white stripes. The Tobacco Hornworm has a red horn on its behind. It has multiple small orange spots on its side, known are spiracles, which is what the insect breathes out of. During what is known as the Tobacco Hornworms “wandering phase” the presence of the insect’s aorta, or its heart, is located at the back of the insect and is seen pumping blood. Why is this organism studied?
Pill bugs and sow bugs are similar names that been give for land isopod. They are crustaceans in the order of Isopoda that are usually found in both terrestrial and aquatic, even though many isopods are found mainly in aquatic, only pill bug and sow bug are found exclusive in the land. Pill and sow bugs are been classify as arthropod phylum of Arthropoda. The body of a pill or sow bug consists of three main parts which are head, thorax and abdomen. The head contains two antennae and mouth parts.
At this stage, as you could see from the photo, its silk looks like a fried egg. (Source: Christian Gautier, BIOS/PHONE Photo Agency Avignon, France.) This photo shows the cross-section of the cedar leaves (Cedrus
For the 6th writing, I have decided to list five facts about cottonmouth snakes or Agkistrodon piscivorus. The cottonmouth snake is the only venomous water snake in North America, when bitten the bite leads to painful and potentially fatal effects although they barely bite humans. The cottonmouth snake has various names such as the water moccasin, black moccasin, gaper, mangrove rattler, snap jaw, stub-tail snake, swamp lion, trap jaw, water mamba and water pilot but the name ‘cottonmouth’ comes from the white coloration around and inside the snake’s mouth. Cottonmouth snakes are a type of pit vipers, which means they have heat-sensing pits between the eyes and nostrils, according to the website “livescience.com” These pits allow the snake
Intro What is the Serpent Mound? The Serpent Mound is an effigy, or a mound made of earth and stone. The formations most often look like animals but some can be human shaped. (1)