Burmese Pythons are the largest snakes in the world. Source 1, Burmese Python: Not the Ideal Pet, states,”Think of a telephone pole, and then imagine a snake as big around the middle as that pole.” (Source 1). Pythons stretch a length of 23 feet and can weight up to 200 pounds. Burmese Pythons have no venom, but, they have also other ways to kill their prey. According to Source 1, Burmese Python: Not the Ideal Pet, Burmese
They're heavily built animals with large chests and shoulders, big hands and their upper arms are longer than their forearms. Gorillas have black faces but no hair on their face, with small eyes and large nostrils. Adult males are known as Silverbacks because of an
The Bilby, before European settlement where widely spread over around 70% of the Australian mainland than reduced to extinction in some states of Australia due to habitat loss and competition and predation from many introduced species. Through many reintroduction programs across Australia there population has now raised. The Greater Bilby is a nocturnal bandicoot, the largest of the family of marsupials. They have an excellent sense of smell and sharp hearing which they rely on as they have poor vision. Bilbies are omnivores, they eat things such as seeds, spiders, insects and their larvae, bulbs, fruit, fungi and small animals.
Description The Hammerhead shark is a long, odd looking animal. on average, they 11.5 feet long, and weigh about 1,000 pounds. The odd shaped head they have is called a cephalofoil, and it allows for 360o vision. The Hammerhead shark has very different physical features from most other sharks. Habitat The Hammerhead shark can be found throughout various places globally, and usually lives in warm tropical and coastal waters along continental shelves.
The Wagners viper is one of the rarest snakes in the world! The Wagners viper is deadly and has lots of facts that make up its agenda. First is the wagner´s vipers feature. The Wagners Viper got its name in honor of Moiitz Wagner. The features include Thick body with a short tail making the body of a grown adult from seventy to ninety centimeters long.
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. Today, the chimpanzee population is still very high, unlike the bonobos.
Residing in the jungles of Madagascar, the Aye-aye is a very unique creature in the Animalia kingdom and is the only member of its family classification. Since the Aye-aye has such a unique physique, it was originally classified as a rodent, but is now considered a to be a specialized lemur. Once thought to be extinct, the Aye-Aye is now being more adequately studied but researchers, biologists, and scientists alike. The Aye-Aye is a unique species of Lemur dwelling in the rainforests of Madagascar. Originally thought to be a large species of Squirrel, The Aye-Aye is the largest nocturnal primate in the world.
Did you know that the Capybara is the largest rodent in the world. The Capybara is a threatened animal. In this essay I will be talk about the Capybaras Characteris, environment, and its diet. Capybaras look very unique. The Capybara comes in colors of reddish and brown.
Cetacea are one of the most unique orders of mammals. They include the largest marine animal that has ever lived which is the blue whale, the intelligent dolphins, the tusked narwhals and the singing humpback whales – almost eighty living species in all. Even though a lot of hunting has been done to the family of Cetacea, observations has been dictated that its number are slowly increasing. The oldest fossil whales are grouped together just for the convenience of others. Archaeocetes are the oldest whales and it shows several differences to the modern whales.
The Great Barrier Reef has and will continue to face countless threats in its lifetime. The reef has survived through millions of disastrous events through the years. The Crown of Thorns Starfish (COTS) is a major threat to the coral reefs which helps destroy the Great Barrier Reef. This threat may be no bigger than a dinner plate, but it is one of the biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef. Kate Osborne and researchers discovered that Crown of Thorns Starfish were responsible for 36.7% of coral damage, 33.8% caused by storms, 6.5% by disease, 5.6% created by bleaching and 17.4% unknown or multiple causes of the damage to the Great Barrier Reef, as shown in Appendix 1 (The Conversation.