Bobcats, Canada lynx, bears, wolverines, and packs of coyotes usually prey mainly on fawns. Bears may sometimes attack adult deer, while lynxes, coyotes, and wolverines are most likely to take adult deer when the ungulates are weakened by harsh winter weather. Many scavengers rely on deer as carrion, including New World vultures, raptors, foxes, and corvids.By the early 20th century, commercial exploitation and unregulated
The te rra cotta wa r ri ors Emily Dunn Yr. 11ancient history The terracotta warriors without a doubt should be considered the th wonder of the world. The archaeological discovery has got almost everyone amazed by the sheer size of the army a nd the fact that no two soldiers are the same. The terracotta wa rriors consist of over 8,000 soldiers, but less than 2,000 are on display. The warriors are divided into three pits with a mixture of military rankings in each pit. A large portion of the foot soldiers are found in the first pit, located to the right, a long with one general, higher ranking officers found in the second pit, located on the left, a long with a few foot soldiers.
The Colorado mountain lions are known to all be a light cinnamon color with black tipped ears and a black tipped tail. The tail of a mountain lion is at least two-thirds of its total body length. The sizes of mountain lions varies, but the males are generally larger than the females. A adult male Felis Concolor can grow to be more than eight feet in length and weigh an average of 150 pounds. Adult females can grow up to seven feet in length and weigh an average of 90 pounds.
t - Biological conservation essay - Ursidae Currently there are 8 species of bear, six of these eight species are, at the moment, listed as vulnerable with the Giant Panda only very recently being removed from the endangered animals list. Bears can be found in various places all over the world, some being found in specific countries or areas while others are more widespread. This range in homes means different habitats and behaviours but also different threats to their populations, though they may face different threats, many threats are universal across the globe and are most often caused by humans. Most of the bear species are directly vulnerable to threats such as habitat loss and hunting. One of the most well-known vulnerable bear species is the polar bear, these bears are found exclusively in the arctic across Alaska, Norway, Canada, Greenland and Russia.
A maned wolf is a candid and one of its ancestors is a dusicyon and they have been extinct. Scientist has said that the maned wolf has no link with any other living candids today. This is because the maned wolf is the only candid that survived the Pleistocene in brazil. Through lots of more studies that has been done over the years there are several animals that relate to the maned wolf but are extinct such as the
Yeti, the urban legend from Nepal The Yeti is ancient legend of the people living in Himalaya and mountains of Asia and is also known as Abominable Snowman. The Yeti has been described as a muscular, covered with dark grayish hair weighing between 200-400 lbs.  Though dozens of trails and tracks in snow has been found sometimes but the existence of the Yeti has still remained unproven. Yetis are urban legends which are usually found in stories and rumors but there are no proper evidence of it in real life yet. Most of the evidence for the Yeti comes from reports and sightings like the bigfoots and the Chupacabra.
The Iron Age (1200 – 1 BC) followed the Bronze Age in the three-tiered classification system of ancient civilizations described by Christian Jürgensen Thomsen: the Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age. A thousand years before ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, iron making emerged to change the landscape of civilization. This dark metal changed everything from agriculture to wars and weaponry. In West Africa and Southwestern Asia people realized dark rocks could be shaped into tools and weapons (1500 BC). This same discovery didn 't reach Europe for another 500 years.
Unlike the antlers of a deer, bovid horns don’t branch and are never shed. Horns are present in males of all bovid species and some female. So, the horns they acquire at a young age are the ones they’re stuck with for life. Genus and Geographic Location: The Bovidae are the most diverse group of living mammals, with 143 living species and over 300 known extinct species. The present classification scheme for bovids recognizes eight subfamilies; bovinae, antilopinae, reduncinae, hippotraginae, ancelaphinae, caprinae aepycerotinae, and cephalophinae, but all bovids possess some carefully related features.
Ancient China people did not have such opportunities. Or did they? - Notice that completely whole terracotta army was armed with bronze weapons. There were about 10000 copies of various weapons. The main mystery is that this weapon is still sharp and shiny even after 2000 years.
The Iron Plate Colonel Howard Vyse, John Perring and James Mash; investigated the Great Pyramids in Egypt and had planned/engineered many explosions. This artifact was the artifact of what was to be described of by George Sandy more than 200 years before.This piece of iron seemed to be the “oldest piece of iron known to man.” The piece of iron was found in the Great Pyramids of Gizeh, in Egypt. The Iron Plate was about 26 cm long, 8.6 cm wide, and .4 cm in thickness. Plate weighed 750 Grams in total. The plate also seemed to be black.