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Category : Animal Life

The Animal word comes from the Latin word Animalies, which means having breath, having soul or living being.Many of these species are primarily found in tropical forests and are secondarily adapted to the subtropical, forests and  in the drier western areas. The Animal Life category is for questions and answers about animals of all types like, including sea life, pets and farm animals. You can ask questions or find  information regarding the  animals, their origin, history, life style, health issues, types, breeding & behaviour.

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    Lambeosaurus was the largest known duck-billed, crested dinosaur. Its forward-leaning, hollow, bony crest was as large or bigger as the rest of its skull and may have been used in courtship displays to create sounds, develop its sense of smell, and/or use it. The nostrils of Lambeosaurus ascended thRead more

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  2. Lambeosaurus was the largest known duck-billed, crested dinosaur. Its forward-leaning, hollow, bony crest was as large or bigger as the rest of its skull and may have been used in courtship displays to create sounds, develop its sense of smell, and/or use it. The nostrils of Lambeosaurus ascended thRead more

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  3. A genus of plateosaurid dinosaur that existed in the Late Triassic period, is Plateosaurus. The first recognized large herbivores among dinosaurs were the Plateosaurus. Plateosaurus-related dinosaurs have been found in China, South Africa, and North America. Plateosaurus, growing to about 8 meters (Read more

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  4. Vicuna is the common name of Vicugna Vicugna Vicugna. It is South America's rare, wild and belongs to the camel family, camelid closely related to the alpaca, guanaco, and llama. Vicuna is found in the high mountain ranges of the central Andes. It has a long neck and legs, slender body. Vicunas areRead more

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  5. According to the researchers, like humans, animals do not have a real language to communicate with each other. They communicate with each other through gestures and subtle sounds. Animals use a number of inborn qualities which they use to signal or expressing their feeling. Animals communicate by usRead more

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  6. Like humans, hermit crabs don't have a single nose. They have hundreds. Many of the thin and short hairs (aesthetascs) cover their inner antenna with which they smell. In order to smell the air, the crabs flick these hairy antennas back and forth or tap them on the ground to sample the soil. A substRead more

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  7. One of the smallest dinosaurs was the Microraptor dinosaurs. This tiny beast, about the size of a pigeon, had four wings, and both its legs and its arms had long feathers. At the very least, it was a very proficient glider, if not a true flier. O’Connor analyzed its fossil with Xing Xu, a Chinese scRead more

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  8. The migratory birds fly in formation because this provides protection since each individual is less likely to be attacked by a predator than if it were traveling alone. V formation is a symmetrical V-shaped flight formation that improved the energy efficiency of flights of geese, swans, ducks, and oRead more

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  9. There might be several reasons behind the naming of animals. according to one school of thought it is the scientific emergence which identified the names others say they got their names because of physical appearance.it is not clear yet where the name actually came from.

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  10. As a result of this, more and more of the earth’s resources are being used up by humans. Yes! More and more land is being used for agriculture, for which more and more forests are being cut. More industries are springing up every year, resulting in global warming, and climate changes that melt the pRead more

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