I understand that: Chimpanzees are the closest species to humans genetically. Only 1%-6% of their genes are different. Within any species there is genetic diversity, i.e. no two individuals have the
Characteristics Name: Sea urchin Latin name: Echinoidea Class: Sea urchins Size: 5 - 30cm Weight: 50 - 200g Age: 10 - 200 years Appearance: different colors possible Food: algae, sea cucumbers, sponges Distribution: worldwide Habitat: oceans Natural enemies: fish, Sea otter, Wolfaal Sexual maturity: unknown Mating season: all year Oviposition: up to 2.
Characteristics Name: Star Other names: / Latin name: Sturnus vulgaris Class: birds Size: 18 - 22cm Weight: 60 - 90g Age: 2 - 3 years Appearance: black-green base color, bright spotted Gender difference: No Diet type: Omnivore (omnivor) Food: Insects, spiders, berries, seeds, snails, fruit Distribution: Europe, Asia, North America Original Origin: Europe Sleep-wake cycle: diurnal Habitat: non-specific Natural enemies: Hawk, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel Sexual maturity: towards the end of the first year mating season : March - June Breeding time: 12 - 14 days Litter size: 5 - 6 eggs Social behavior: Swarming animal Critically endangered: No You can find more profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Ostrich Other names: African Ostrich Latin Name: Struthio camelus Class: Birds Size: 1,60 - 2,7m Weight: 70 - 150kg Age: 15 - 35 years Appearance: black, white, gray Sex Diminorphism: Yes Nutrition type: predominantly Herbivore (herbivor) Food: Grass, Leaves, Insects, Seeds Distribution: Africa Original Origin: Africa Sleep-wake-up-rhythm: dawn and dusk Habitat: savanna Natural enemies: cheetah, hyena, leopard, lion Sexual maturity: with 2 - 5 years Mating season: July - October Incubation period: 40 - 50 days Size of nest: 4 - 8 eggs Social behavior: group-forming Critically endangered: No You can find more profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Character name: sturgeon Latin name: Acipernseridae class: fish size: 1 - 4m weight: up to 1500kg age: 50 - 100 years looks: gray, black or light brown sex dimorphism: no food type: preferably insectivore (insectivorous) food: smaller fish, crustaceans , Molluscs, worms Origin: unknown Origin: unknown Sleep / wake cycle: nocturnal Habitat: at the bottom of lakes and rivers Natural enemies: adult sturgeon do not have predators Sexual maturity: occurs between the tenth and 20th
Characteristics Name: centipede Other names: millipedes Latin name: Myriapoda Class: insects Size: 5 - 30cm (species dependent) Weight:? Age: 1 - 10 years (dependent on species) Appearance: brown, black, red Sex dimorphism: No Nutrition: dead plant material Distribution: worldwide Original source: unknown Sleep-wake cycle: twilight and nocturnal Habitat: nonspecific natural enemies: ants, rodents, Birds Sexual maturity: about one year Mating season: all year Social behavior: loner Endangered species: no You can find more profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Tyrannosaurus Other names: T-rex Latin name: Tyrannosaurus rex Class: Reptiles Size: 6m Height, 13m Total length Weight: up to 6 tons Age: about 30 years Appearance: small arms, big head, enormous teeth, color of the skin unknown Sex Diminor: Yes Type of Diet: Carnivore Food: Carrion, herbivorous Saurians Distribution: unknown Original Origin: unknown Sleep / wake cycle: nocturnal Habitat: not completely clear Natural enemies: / Sexuality: unknown Mating season: unknown Nesting size: unknown Social behavior: Least Endangered: Extinct You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Sunfish Other names: sea-moon, sunfish Latin name: Mola mola Class: fish Size: up to 3 m Weight: up to 2000 kg Age: about 100 years Appearance: gray, brown to greenish skin Gender Diminition: Yes Nutrition type:? Food: fish, plankton, jellyfish, starfish, cuttlefish distribution: worldwide original origin: unknown sleep-wake-rhythm:?
Characteristics Name: Raccoon Other names: North American raccoon Latin name: Procyon lotor Class: Mammals Size: approx. 60cm Weight: 4 - 8kg Age: 8 - 10 years Appearance: Black-white-brown coat Sex Dimorphism: Yes Diet type: Omnivorous (omnivor) Food: Insects, amphibians, worms, nuts, bird eggs Distribution: North America, Central Europe, Japan Primary Origin: North America Sleep / wake cycle: nocturnal Habitat: forest Natural enemies: / Sexual maturity: second life mating season: February - March gestation period: 65 Days Litter size: 2 - 5 Kitties Social behavior: Loner Endangered: No You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Waran Latin name: Varanus Class: reptiles Size: up to 3m Weight: 25 - 50kg Age: 10 - 25 years Appearance: multifaceted (species dependent) Sex dimorphism: yes Nutrition type: carnivore Food: insects, small mammals, fish , Molluscs Distribution: Asia, Africa, Australia Primary Origin: unknown Sleep / wake cycle: diurnal Habitat: non-specific Natural enemies: adult monitor without natural enemies Sexual maturity: after one to five years (species dependent) Mating season: May - September Hatching season: 120 - 200 days clutch size: 2 - 20 eggs Social behavior: Loner Endangered: Yes You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Wattwurm Other names: Prielwurm, Sandwurm Latin name: Arenicola marina Class: Polychaeta Size: 20 - 40 cm Weight: 30 - 80 g Age: 2 - 4 years Appearance: reddish brown Sex Diminorphism: No Nutrition type:? Food: sandy distribution: North America, Europe original background: unknown sleep-wake-rhythm: unknown habitat: Wadden Sea natural predators: Dunlin, Oystercatcher, Knap Sandpiper sexual maturity: approximately from the age of two mating season: September - October behavior: Lesser Endangered species: no Further profiles of animals can be found in the Encyclopaedia.
Characteristics Name: Hoopoe Latin name: Upupa epops Class: birds Size: 24 - 32cm Weight: 40 - 90g Age: 6 - 10 years Appearance: orange-brown plumage on head and neck, striking feather cap, black and white plumage on back and arms , long beak sex dimorphism:?
Characteristics Name: Great Dane Alternative names: Danish Mastiff Original provenance: Germany / Great Britain FCI Group: Pinscher and Schnauzer - Molossoide - Swiss Mountain Dogs Size (up to 90cm) Height (): up to 80cm Weight (): 60 - 95kg Weight ( ): 50 - 60kg Life expectancy: 5 - 8 years Nutrition: Carnivore Sexual maturity: Litter size: 7 - 10 Coat colors: different color combinations possible Fur type: smooth, shiny, dense Coat length: short Character / nature: loyal, vindictive, self-confident, courageous Attitude: up German: www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op...95&Itemid=55 In spite of her name, the Great Dane is actually from England, where already in the 16.
Characteristics Name: Godmother's Snake Other Names: King's Boa, King's Snake Latin Name: Boa constrictor Class: Reptiles Size: 180 - 350 cm Weight: 30 - 60 kg Age: 20 - 30 years Appearance: many color variations possible Sex Dimorphism: Yes Nutrition Type: Carnivore Food: small mammals and birds distribution: Central and South America origin: unknown sleep-wake-rhythm: twilight and nocturnal habitat: forest, scrubland, swamps natural enemies: birds of prey, big cats sexual maturity: with the 3 - 4 years of age mating season: June - August Pregnancy: about 130 - 150 days Offspring: 20 - 50 offspring Social behavior: loner In danger of extinction: yes You will find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Bearded Dragon Other Names: Latin Name: Pogona Class: Reptiles Size: 30 - 50cm Weight: 200 - 500g Age: up to 20 years Appearance: Species Sexually Dimorphism: No Nutrition Type: Omnivore Food: Leaves, Fruits, Seeds, Insects, amphibians Origin: Australia Sleep / wake cycle: diurnal Habit: Semi-desert, Steppe, Forest Natural enemies: Crocodile, Snake, Waran Sexual maturation: With the second year of age Mating season:?
Introduction to the planet Uranus Uranus is the seventh planet in the solar system. It was not until 1781 that the German-British astronomer Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel discovered Uranus. The six inner planets, including Earth, have been known since antiquity, as they could be seen in the sky with the naked eye.
Characteristics Name: Brown trout Other names: Mountain trout, Fario, River trout, Stone trout Latin name: Salmo trutta fario Class: Fish Size: 20 - 80cm Weight: up to 2kg Age: 10 - 20 years Appearance: dorsal side silvery-olive, ventral slightly lighter sex dimorphism : No Nutrition Type: Predominantly Insectivore (insektivor) Food: Insects, Crabs, Small Fish Origin: unknown Sleep / wakeful rhythm: twilight and diurnal Habitat: oxygen-rich running waters Natural enemies: Predatory fish Sexual maturity: from ab the fourth year of life mating season: September to January oviposition: 1000 - 2000 eggs social behavior: swarm fish threatened with extinction: no You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Yak Other names: Grunzochse Latin name: Bos mutus Class: Mammals Size: up to 2m Height Weight: 300 - 700kg Age: 8 - 14 years Appearance: brown to black coat Sex Dimorphismus: Yes Diet type: Herbivore (herbivor) Food: Plant material, grass Distribution: Central Asia Original Origin: Eurasia Sleep / wake cycle: active in the daytime Habitat: steppe Natural enemies: Wolf Sexual maturity: around the age of five Mating time: September - October gestation period: approx.
Definition: The Devon refers to a temporal portion of the Earth's history, which began about 419 million years ago and lasted about 58 million years. It is divided into three series by scientists with the Lower Devonian, the Middle Devonian and the Upper Devonian, each of which has several levels.
Overview From the root to the leaf ... When one thinks of Aristotoles, Albertus Magnus and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, one would not necessarily assume that all three devoted themselves to the study of plants. Nature, and especially the flora fascinated people throughout all epochs of human history.
Character Name: Thrush Other Names: / Latin Name: Turdidae Class: Birds Size: 10 - 30cm Weight: 40 - 150g Age: 5 - 10 years Appearance: Species Sex Diminorphism: Species Nutrition Type: Predominantly Insectivore (insectivorous) Food: Insects, Berries, Earthworms, arachnids Distribution: worldwide Original source: unknown Sleep-wake-up-rhythm: diurnal Habitat: species-dependent Natural predators: Magpie, hawk, sparrowhawk, marten, fox Sexual maturity: towards the end of the first year Mating time: February - August Breeding time: 14 days Clutch size: 1 - 5 Eggs Social Behavior: School Animal Critically Endangered: No You can find more profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.