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Camel - biology.

Camel - biology. I INTRODUCTION Camel, large cud-chewing mammal with one or two humps on the back, found in the arid regions of Africa, Asia, and Australia. In prehistoric times camels roamed on all of the continents except Australia and Antarctica. Camels originated in North America but became extinct there about 11,000 years ago. Desert-dwelling people...

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Cat - biology.

Cat - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cat, small, mainly carnivorous animal, Felis silvestris catus, member of the family Felidae, popular as a household pet, and valuable for killing mice and rats. Like other members of the cat family, the domestic cat has retractile claws; keen hearing and smell; remarkable night vision; and a compact, muscular, and highly...

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Cat Family - biology.

Cat Family - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cat Family, group of carnivorous (meat-eating) mammals considered the most highly developed for killing live prey. Intelligence, acute senses, and agile bodies make cats expert predators. Wild members of the cat family are found worldwide except in Australia and Antarctica. The family includes powerful big cats such as the lion,...

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Cattle - biology.

Cattle - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cattle, common term for the domesticated herbivorous mammals that constitute the genus Bos, of the family Bovidae, and that are of great importance to humans because of the meat, milk, leather, glue, gelatin, and other items of commerce they yield. Modern cattle are divided into two species: B. taurus, which originated...

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Cheetah - biology.

Cheetah - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cheetah, member of the cat family, and one of the fastest land animals in the world. A cheetah can accelerate to a running speed of more than 97 km/h (60 mph) in just two to three seconds, sustaining that speed for up to 300 m (1,000 ft). Until about 100 years...

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Chimpanzee - biology.

Chimpanzee - biology. I INTRODUCTION Chimpanzee, ape of equatorial Africa that, physically and genetically, is the animal most closely related to humans. Two species of chimpanzee, or chimp, exist: the common chimpanzee and the bonobo, also known as the pygmy chimpanzee. The common chimp is found in dense jungle and more open wooded savanna from Sierra

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Coyote - biology.

Coyote - biology. Coyote, common name for a carnivore now widespread in North America and closely related to the wolf (see Dog Family). The coyote has erect, pointed ears; a long snout; and green, wolflike eyes. Its body is 0.75 to 1 m (2.5 to 3.3 ft) long, not including the tail, which is 30 to 40 cm...

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Deer - biology.

Deer - biology. I INTRODUCTION Deer, common name for certain hoofed, artiodactyl mammals, usually characterized by bony, often branching antlers that are shed and regenerated annually. Deer range through the Americas, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The largest populations occur in mixed wooded and open land, although deer also live in swamps, on mountains, and on...

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Dog - biology.

Dog - biology. I INTRODUCTION Dog, mammal generally considered to be the first domesticated animal. This trusted work partner and beloved pet learned to live with humans more than 14,000 years ago. A direct descendant of the wolves that once roamed Europe, Asia, and North America, the domestic dog belongs to the dog family, which includes...

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Dog Family - biology.

Dog Family - biology. I INTRODUCTION Dog Family, group of intelligent, carnivorous mammals that includes domestic dogs and their relatives, coyotes, wolves, foxes, jackals, dholes, raccoon dogs, and bush dogs. The dog family is known scientifically as Canidae, and its members are commonly called canids. The earliest known doglike animals can be traced to the Eocene...

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Dolphin (aquatic mammal) - biology.

Dolphin (aquatic mammal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Dolphin (aquatic mammal), fast-swimming mammal belonging to the order Cetacea, which also includes whales and porpoises. Sleek and powerful swimmers, dolphins are found in seas throughout the world; some inhabit freshwater rivers and lakes. Characteristic features of most dolphins are long snouts with rows of sharp teeth, and rounded...

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Elephant - biology.

Elephant - biology. I INTRODUCTION Elephant, huge mammal characterized by a long muscular snout and two long, curved tusks. Highly intelligent and strong, elephants are the largest land animals and are among the longest lived, with life spans of 60 years or more. Healthy, full-grown elephants have no natural enemies other than humans. Throughout history, people...

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Fox (animal) - biology.

Fox (animal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Fox (animal), smallest member of the dog family, which also includes wolves, coyotes, jackals, and dogs. Foxes are characterized by short legs, an elongated narrow muzzle, erect triangular ears, thick fur, and a long bushy tail. Foxes are found throughout the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa, inhabiting mostly forest, chaparral, and

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Giant Panda - biology.

Giant Panda - biology. I INTRODUCTION Giant Panda, bamboo-eating bear that lives in forests high in the mountains of central China. As one of the rarest but most recognized animals in the world, the giant panda has become an international emblem of endangered species and wildlife conservation efforts. The Chinese name for the giant panda, da...

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Giraffe - biology.

Giraffe - biology. I INTRODUCTION Giraffe, the tallest living animal, instantly recognizable by its exceptionally long neck. Male giraffes average about 5.3 m (17 ft) high, but some grow to a height of almost 6 m (20 ft)--tall enough to span two floors of a typical office building. Giraffes live in tree-scattered terrain in Africa. The...

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Gorilla - biology.

Gorilla - biology. I INTRODUCTION Gorilla, largest of the great apes and one of the closest living relatives of the human species. Like chimpanzees, orangutans, and other great apes, gorillas are members of the primate order. Monkeys and humans also belong to this order. Until recently, accounts of the gorilla have portrayed a ferocious, powerful beast...

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Hippopotamus - biology.

Hippopotamus - biology. I INTRODUCTION Hippopotamus, African mammal that lives partly in water and partly on land. There are two species of hippopotamuses. The smaller species, called the pygmy hippo, stands barely waist-high to an adult human. Its bigger relative--known as the river or common hippopotamus or, simply, hippopotamus--is one of the world's largest and heaviest...

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Hog (animal) - biology.

Hog (animal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Hog (animal), domesticated mammal, of the swine family, extensively raised in almost every part of the world as a food animal. Hogs belong to the order of even-toed hoofed animals. They are further classified into the suborder of animals with 44 teeth, including two enlarged canines in each jaw that...

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Horse - biology.

Horse - biology. I INTRODUCTION Horse, large land mammal notable for its speed, strength, and endurance. Horses are members of the Equidae family, which also includes zebras and asses. Like all equids, the horse is extremely well adapted to traveling long distances with great efficiency and to surviving on a diet of nutrient-poor, high-fiber grasses. The...

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Jaguar (animal) - biology.

Jaguar (animal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Jaguar (animal), muscular, stocky member of the cat family found primarily in Central and South America. It is the third largest of the world's cats and the largest and most powerful cat in the Americas. Jaguars are known as el tigre throughout most of South America and onca in Brazil....

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Kangaroo - biology.

Kangaroo - biology. I INTRODUCTION Kangaroo, common name for a group of mammals found in Australia and neighboring islands. Kangaroos are marsupials, a type of mammal that gives birth to undeveloped young. In kangaroos and many other marsupials, the young are carried and nurtured in a special pouch on the mother's body. More than 50 different...

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Killer Whale - biology.

Killer Whale - biology. I INTRODUCTION Killer Whale or Orca, aquatic mammal that is the largest member of the dolphin family. The killer whale is so named because of its voracious appetite for fish, seabirds, sea turtles, and aquatic mammals. But this name can cause confusion. The killer whale is a member of the dolphin family...

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Koala - biology.

Koala - biology. I INTRODUCTION Koala, tree-dwelling marsupial with a specialized diet consisting almost exclusively of the leaves of eucalyptus trees. Koalas are native to Australia, where they are sometimes called koala bears or native bears, although koalas are not related to bears. Bears are placental mammals--their young develop fully inside the mother's body, nourished by...

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Lemur - biology.

Lemur - biology. Lemur (Latin lemures, "nocturnal spirits"), common name for more than 40 species of primitive primates. Lemurs make up five closely related families within the primate order: the typical or true lemurs; the sportive lemurs; the dwarf lemurs and mouse lemurs; the indri, sifaka, and avahi; and the aye-aye. Lemurs are confined to the island of...

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Lion - biology.

Lion - biology. I INTRODUCTION Lion, one of the largest members of the cat family. The lion's size and strength have captured human imagination since ancient times, giving these animals the nickname king of beasts. Lions are also known for their mighty roar, a fearsome sound that can be heard by humans more than 8 km...

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