Jumping spider are interesting because they move around by jumping around it is one of the most interesting spider in Kentucky. Jumping spiders habitat they mostly stay in temperate forest and tropical rain forest. The jumping spider is a small a spider it can grow to the size of a U.S dime or they can grow up to 13-20 millimeters.They aren 't harmful to humans they they rather run away from humans than attack them the venom is not medically threatening.They don 't have webs but there are fast runners and they mostly will hunt at night time but the cant spin there web so they mostly travel alot and not stay in there web and wait until they catch their lunch. #1.There is about 500 different kind of jumping spiders that 's about 13% of the spider species. #2.Jumping spiders have good eye visions there eyes can spin around so that they can almost see at a 360 angle.
Moths, cockroaches, fungi, algae, and beetles can all live on a single sloth. Sloths are folivores and have had their digestive system adapt to their eating habits. Leaves are their main food sources and aren’t rich in nutrients; therefore, sloths have large and specialized slow stomachs that have multiple compartments. These compartments contain symbiotic acid which can break down the tough leaves. Sloths have some pretty impressively long tongues.
(Brennemann) The Rothschild Giraffe weighs about 2,500 lbs and can grow to be 20 feet tall, their height and great eye sight can be very beneficial in trying to observe any predators coming or when trying to eat from trees. (Giraffe worlds) These amazing animals are not only tall but fast and powerful too when a giraffe has grown to be a mature age they are able to defend themselves with their powerful kicks as well as using their long necks to thrash or head butt. These Giraffes eat leaves, shrub or tree buds, flowers, and fruit; they
Sloths are very strange animals with their sluggish behaviors, yet they are very interesting at the same time. Sloths belong to the mammalian order Xenarthra, which also includes armadillos and anteaters. There are two different kinds of sloths, the two-toed and the three-toed sloth. There are four species of three-toed sloths and two species of two-toed sloths. Two of these species of sloth can be found in the tropical forests of Costa Rica, the brown-throated three-toed sloth (Bradypus variegatus) and Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth (Choloepus hoffmanni).
The stingbat usually feeds alone, but will swarm with other stingbats against larger prey such as a small hexapede. They are one of the few animals that can consume the nectar of the centipede, as they are unaffected by the toxins in the glands of the branches around the flower. In regards to the dentition of the Stingbat (which refers to the arrangement or condition of the teeth in a particular species or individual) are translucent fangs. A fang is a long pointed tooth which is used for biting and tearing. The Stingbat has a very similar digestive system to that as a human with the distinct difference that mechanically we as humans use our teeth whereas bats use fangs.
This means that you do not need to take them to the vet as often as a dog or a cat. Also most vets charge less for a chinchilla as they are smaller pet. If you do have a health problem come up, most times the vet visit is going to be around $50 to $100 dollars. You Never Have to Worry About Skin Parasites Chinchilla fur is great and is another reason that they do not need to see the vet much in their live time. The reason is that a chinchilla coat is parasite-proof, due to the coat being so thick.
The three sloth are vertebrates. The Three-Toed Sloth has one adaptation which is that it is so sedentary, or still and lazy, that an algae grows on its fur, making a camouflage for the sloth to hide itself with. Their hind legs are incredibly weak, but their front arms are so strong, that sloths pull themselves along the ground. This makes it clumsy on land, but a surprisingly great swimmer. They also have an incredibly strong grip provided by their claws, which helps them stay up in trees There main prey are: buds, leaves, fruit There main predators are: Eagles, snakes, and jaguars
The Aka Pygmies are an egalitarian people of the northern Congo and southern Central African Republic. They are one of several pygmy groups living in the Ituri rainforest, including the Mbuti and Baka. Their stature is small, rarely taller than five feet, which enables them to navigate the thick tropical rainforest and allows their body mass to dissipate body heat more efficiently. The Aka are transitional hunter-gatherers, meaning a large percentage of their diet is from domesticated village products (Bahuchet 1988). They are known for their extensive hunting skills, rainforest knowledge, father parenting involvement, and their love of dancing and polyphonic singing.
Llama’s are aggressive to predators and have been known to spit, charge. Bit, and kick. Llama’s have a variety of low and yammering call which their very good at. (Llama Glama) Llama’s diets are very healthy they eat many green plants and find there food in groups. They like to eat leaves, roots, tubers, seeds, grains, nuts, sap, and plant fluids.
Normally found in zoos and farms, are llamas. Llamas are mammals that aren’t very popular among the american favorites, but they are very interesting creatures. History The llamas came to the USA about 40 million years ago and they migrated to South America and Asia about 3 million years ago. The llamas cousins are the camel and alpaca. The differences between the llama and camel are that the camel has a hump on his back, while a llama doesn’t.
living Central America, they build their home on trees and tree leaves. Mostly feasting on Running Head: 3 incest and smaller fogs the red eye tree frog has plentiful of food to eat. With bright and cheerful colors, the have a shade of red for their toes. However, their brightness it’s not used to warn predator which most poisons frog use. When saw, the red eye tree frog has a easily spotted eye.
The Saimiri Sciureus also known as the Common Squirrel Monkey, lives in tropical jungles and forests of Central and South America. They prefer to live in dense tropical regions that are close to bodies of water such as streams or rivers. They primarily live in the middle of the tree canopies so they will not get eaten by predators. However, in some areas they have been known to forage on the ground for food. Squirrel Monkeys are small in size only weighing between 1.7 and 2.4 lbs.
Bonobo Species: Pan Paniscus Genus: Pan Family: Hominidae Environment: • Swamp forest near the rivers. • Primary forest grown on a firmer foundation. • Secondary forest resulting from clear-cutting. Eating habits: Fruits, leaves, pith, flowers, bark, seeds, honey, fungi, eggs, invertebrates (termites, caterpillars and earthworms) and small mammals, including shrews, flying squirrels, and small antelopes such as young duikers. However, unlike the chimpanzee, the bonobo has rarely been observed to actively hunt for meat.
The Red Pandas are from the Southern part of Asia. They are found in the forest or in the mountains. Red Pandas are mostly found up in the trees which is not helping when all these people are cutting these trees down; which is making them endangered.The Red Pandas live in the forest which means that they eat Bamboo, Leaves, but occasionally snack on fruit,insects, bird eggs, and small lizards.
They consist of a greyish-brown color on their shoulders and back, in addition to having white fur on their limbs and stomach (Lang, 2005). These primates are herbivores, meaning they eat predominantly plants and fruit. However, they have been known to hunt for insects, as well. The average lifespan of the cotton-top tamarin is about 23 years (in captivity) (Bridgeman, 2002). In addition, the cotton-top tamarin is known to be diurnal, similar to humans, meaning it sleeps at night and hunts in the early hours of the day.