BoomSlang or Tree Snake

BoomSlang or Tree Snake

BoomSlang or Tree Snake BoomSlang or Tree Snake Overview The Boomslang, or tree snake when directly translated to English, is a large and highly venomous snake belonging to the family Colubridae. This specific family is known to be the largest snake species as it is comprised of nearly two-thirds of all living snakes. The family…

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Black and Green Mamba Snake

black mamba snake

The Black and Green Mamba Snake is widely known and feared in Africa, known for their toxic venom and ferocity. Not only are they known for being deadly but it’s their speed at which they can strike. – Differences – BLACK AND GREEN MAMBA SNAKE Black Mamba May Reach a Total Length of 5.4 meters…

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Animal Evolution

animal evolution

Animal Evolution Explained Animal Evolution All living organisms, especially animals change from generation to generation, changes may not be seen immediately, but immediately impact its appearance in whichever way it behaves. The process of evolution highlights the changes animals undergo, according to their ever-changing surroundings and adapted survival strategies. Over millions of years, this process…

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Animal Behavior

animal behavior

Animal Behavior Animal communication is a process where animals provide other animals with information used in decision making. The way they use to get the information to each other is called a signal. The signal may be known as a sound, color, pattern, posture, movement, touch, electrical discharge, the release of a specific odorant or…

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Bornean Orangutan

bornean orangutan

Bornean Orangutan The Borneo orangutan, scientifically known as the Pongo pygmaeus, is originally from the Indonesian island of Borneo. It belongs to the only genus of Great Apes that are native to the continent of Asia. Studies have indicated that there are three sub-species of this orangutan, these are known as: the Northwest Bornean orangutan…

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Animal Diet

animal diet

Animal Diet Animal Diet, Explained All living organisms need techniques to nourish themselves’s. The diets of some animals is completely reliant on the animals in the area it finds itself. The most important tool animals use to survive, is to live on or eat other organisms, this includes plants, other animals and water. Animals adapt…

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