The bonobo and the chimpanzee are physiologically very similar, so much so that bonobos were considered a subspecies of the chimpanzee for quite a while before they were destinguished as their own species. While the chimp is slightly larger, they are relativaly the same. They both are terrestrial and arboreal at times; The chimpanzee makes nests in trees at night. Though they look fairly similar, the bonobo and the chimpanzees vairy wildly when it comes to social and behavioural traits. Chimpanzees live in large groups of many male and female individuals.
This provides camouflage for the sloth. Sloths have short and flat heads, big eyes, short snouts, long arms and legs, and small ears. Some species of sloth have short tail which range from 6-7 cm long; their body is normally between 50 and 60 cm long. They only natural defense mechanism that they have are their claws. Except for swiping at other animals, sloths are pretty defenseless.
A Rothschild is the only Giraffe that has five horns while all other species have two. Also the Rothschild spots are different than other Giraffes. Their patches are dark brown with black and orange color to them and trickle getting lighter down to the knees and stop; from the knee down the leg is white, some say they look like white stockings. These patches are used for camouflage but they serve other purposes as well such as allowing heat to release from their bodies. Another interesting fact is that these spots are like our finger prints they are never identical on any other giraffe.
What species? The giant panda usually known as just the panda bear is a black and white bear that lives from eating bamboo and is from China. This bear is usually known as adorable and cute that many people pay so much attention to. As many go by the name of panda bear, the scientific name is actually Ailuropoda melanoleuca and most don’t know but they provide more than just being cute. So what makes it giant?
Dholes are wild dogs from Asia. They are very fantastic creatures in many ways. The Dhole is a wild dog, but there are three zoos that have packs of Dholes. They have the appetite of a bear that needs to fatten up for the winter there are many similarities and differences between wild dogs and tamed dogs including the Dhole. The Dholes however, are endangered animals and there are very few left in the wild.
Dogs all have canine teeth, but they come in different sizes. A mastiff could have very large teeth and a yorkie could have small teeth. All dogs have non retractable claws. This means a dog can’t make its claws go in and out like a cat can. Some dogs may be skinny, muscular, or even fat.
Websites like janegoodall.ca estimate that they are “no more than 150,000 Chimpanzees left in the world” We can do something to protect Chimpanzees. Chimpanzees are a close endangered relative and must be saved. Some basic information about Chimpanzees will follow. Chimpanzees are a very close relative, humans share about 98% of our genes. Chimpanzees are also the smartest primate and are widely considered as the smartest animal.
In the article “Do You Really Want a Baby Tiger?”, the author states “A wild animal is never 100 percent predictable. An animal that has behaved one way for many years cannot suddenly change. Domestication is not something that happens in one or two generations: it takes hundreds or thousands of years (Lewis).” Exotic pets have a specific environment and climate that they are supposed to adapt to instead of living as a caged animal inside of someone’s home. Many may argue that exotic animals should be allowed as pet because people find them controllable when they are immature. According to “Do You Really Want a Baby Tiger?”, “Most people who own exotic pets find them irresistible-and manageable-when they are small (Lewis).” However, soon enough an adorable cub becomes a powerful adult.
Did you know that there is numerous species that are endangered and becoming extinct? One terrestrial mammal that is experiencing threats to their extinction are lemurs, this jeopardized spices' is most common in our zoos today then in the wildlife. African islands including Madagascar is their natural habitat, and studies demonstrate that is their only home in the world because the geographical location is isolated. There are different kinds of lemurs and some of the most common ones that we know today are: the ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) , silky sifaka, mouse lemurs. The scientific name for lemurs is “Lemuroidea”.
This also explains why they adapted to have such thick fur and small ears, to lock in the internal heat as the lion do not have control of the temperature of their external body. Being warm blooded helps them to stay alive as they can still keep themselves warm without relying on the conditions of the environment they live in. Future animal: Chione Lion The Future Lion, Panthera Leo Nix (Lion of snow) or more commonly known as the Chione Lion is an endangered animal in 2111, being the only lion species that is still alive on Earth. The Lion received its name from the Greek snow goddess, Chione. In 2100, Earth went through another wave of ice age, the average temperature of Earth went down by 20 degrees, hence many species either became extinct or had to adapt to this harsh environment.