When on two feet, the average gorilla can measure up to 1.2-1.7meters and weigh up to 200kg. Females are about 100 kg; half of a male. The gorillas travel in groups ranging from 2-50 members(Most commonly 5-10). The population is around 101,530 gorillas including western lowland gorillas, Cross River gorillas,
Interspecific Interactions (interspecific competition, mutualism, predation, herbivory): Striped skunks are omnivores because they eat insects and larvae, earthworms, eggs, berries, roots, leaves, and grass. In addition, they are predators of rodents, lizards, and frogs. They are predated by animals such as coyotes and wild dogs, however these animals tend to resort to other predators due to the skunk’s pungent odor. On the other hand, owls have a poor sense of smell, therefore they are a main predator of skunks. Level of Trophic Structure:
Their diet is mice and small mammals but have been seen eating large insects and big lizards. The venom is not fatal but is extremely agonizing. The venom has a lot of side effects that are dangerous. The side effects are local pain, swelling, bruising and shock. It also has these side effects: Necrosis (killing cells), Coagulopathy ( failure of blood to clot), and Excess Bleeding.
The Sherman and Pershing Tanks Tanks have been around since the beginning of World War I, and throughout time, there have been many changes and improvements to them. The first tank was a British Mark 1 Tank. This tank needed eight people to run it, and weighed 28 tons. The newest tank is the Russian T-14 Armata. To run this tank you only need 3 people, and it weighs 48 tons.
At week two the culture vial containing the smaller population, that began with eight flies, was taken and as many flies as possible were aspirated into a transfer vial which was then chilled for at least seven minutes. These flies were placed on sorting plate than randomly the first four females and first four male flies were taken as the parents for the next generation. The phenotype of the randomly selected "parent" flies were recorded in our data sheets. Once the flies were chilled and fully immobile they were transferred using weigh paper to the culture vial, again keeping the vial laying horizontally until they regained consciousness. This culture vial was then labelled with population size and group name.
Their fur doesn’t get wet it keeps them dry when it rains(“Koalas:facts about iconic marsupials”). Koalas don 't get really tall they get about 2 or 3 feet tall when fully grown. Female koalas are smaller than the male adults(“Australian koala foundation”). Some of the koalas weight is different due to where they live like the northern weighs up to 9 to 19 lbs and the southern weighs up to 15 to 29 lbs, big difference(“Koalas:facts about iconic marsupials”). Male koalas weigh 50% more than females according to San diego zoo.
It is very hard to choose your new furry friend. Even though most guinea pigs look the same except for hair color and length, it is so tough choosing your new furry friend. When you first come to the pet store all the guinea pigs are running around begging for attention. When you spot one you like, another one runs up and into your heart.
The Pink-toed Tarantula Pink-toed tarantulas are a very interesting type of spider. These types of spider are native along the Caribbean, Brazil, and Costa Rica. The pink-toed tarantula is the most common type of tarantula, but it is not the biggest. The pink-toed tarantula has very interesting ways of surviving their habitats.
Size Beelzebufo is, without a doubt, one of the largest frogs on record and was perhaps the largest frog ever to exist. The size, appearance, and predatory nature of the frog prompted its discoverers to call it the "armored frog from the darkest night. " The name “Beelzebufo” comes from the Greek word for devil (Beelzebub) and the Latin word for toad (bufo). Not only was the frog huge, it was powerful, had a protective shield, an extremely wide mouth and powerful jaws. These features made Beelzebufo capable of killing lizards and other small animals, perhaps even hatchling dinosaurs.
For instance, forks accounted for 33% of the population while spoons accounted for 67% of the population---knives were once again extinct by the second generation (Table 2A). In the third generation, spoons accounted for 100% of the population (Table 2A). As for prey in the grass habitat, in the second generation, black beans accounted for 16.58% of the population while, green beans accounted for 27.69%, white beans accounted for 29.35% and pinto beans accounted for 26.37% of the population (Table 2B). In figures 4A and 4B, it is easier to note the changes in percent population since the three generations and the final percent of population (after the three generation) are
There are only between about 10,000 and 50,000 bonobos left in the world. Bonobos can grow up to 35 inches tall and about 86 pounds. One of the Bonobos closest relative is the Homo sapiens, sharing about 98.7 percent of DNA with each other. The bonobos closest relative is the chimpanzee. The bonobo was known as the pigmy chimpanzee until 1929.
Birth Rate: In the wild, there are single births about every 5 years Females have between five and six offspring in a lifetime. Gestation Period: 240 days Conservation Status: Endangered Along with the chimpanzee, the bonobo is believed to be one of the closes living relatives of the human. The bonobo shares 97% of the same DNA that makes up humans and the
The Regent Honeyeater is a stunning bird which was originally found within 300km of the coast from Brisbane to Adelaide. The diet of these special endangered birds are most commonly nectar from eucalyptus they are omnivores. At the moment the population of these striking birds is 800-2000 birds left which puts the Regent Honeyeater in a critically endangered state. The kingdom these birds come from is Animalia. There phylum is Chordata, the Class Birds, the Order Passeriformes, a family of Meliphagidae, a genus of Xanthomyza and a Species of phyriga.
Tsar Bomba was the Western nickname for the Soviet RDS-220 hydrogen bomb, the most powerful nuclear weapon ever detonated. Its test on 30 October 1961 remains the most powerful man-made explosion in history. Many codenames are attributed to the Tsar Bomba: Project 7000; product code 202; article designations were RDS-220, RDS-202, RN202, AN602 as well as Ivan or Vanya. It was also referred to as Kuzkina mat ("Kuzma's mother"), possibly referring to Nikita Khrushchev's promise to show the United States a Kuzkina mat (an idiom roughly translating to "We'll show you!") at a 1960 session of United Nations General Assembly. The bomb had a yield of 57 megaton TNT (210 PJ).