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EOZOSTRODON
KOWARI
AMAZONIAN MANATEE
ANCHITHERIUM
ARSINOITHERIUM
AUSTRALIAN SNUBFIN DOLPHIN
AUSTRALIAN SEA LION
BABIRUSA
BISON
BRINDLE
CALF
DEWCLAW
DEXTER CATTLE
EASTERN COTTONTAIL
GAUR
HADROCODIUM
HYAENODON
HYRACOTHERIUM
LAMB
MARSUPIAL LION
MEGAZOSTRODON
MOERITHERIUM
MORGANUCODON
MULE DEER
PINNIPED
PLATYBELODON
PLESIADAPIS
PYGMY SHREW
QUOLL
RINGTAIL
ROE DEER
AFRICAN BUFFALO
AMERICAN SHREW MOLE
AMERICAN WATER SHREW
AMERICAN PIKA
AMUR HEDGEHOG
ANCYLOPODA
ANTILOPINAE
AONYX
AQUATIC TENREC
ARCHONTA
ARCTIC SHREW
ARGALI
ATLANTOGENATA
BANDED HARE-WALLABY
BANDED MONGOOSE
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Eozostrodon

  1. Eozostrodon was one of the earliest mammal s. (Web site)
  2. Eozostrodon was a quadruped with short legs, a long, pointed snout, five-toed feet with claws, and a long, hairy tail (it looked like a modern-day shrew). (Web site)
  3. Eozostrodon was about 42 inches (107 cm) long. (Web site)
  4. Eozostrodon was one of the earliest mammals.
  5. Eozostrodon was one of the first mammals, which lived during the Upper Triassic and the Lower Jurassic. (Web site)
  6. Eozostrodon was one of the largest early mammals, measuring more than a meter long. (Web site)
  7. Eozostrodon was one of the first true mammals; it lived during the late Triassic period and early Jurassic period, about 210 million years ago. (Web site)

Kowari

  1. The Kowari is a ground dwelling carnivorous marsupial, living either in its own dug burrow or in the hole of another mammal.
  2. Kowari is a solid tool created by an enthusiastic, knowledgeable team. (Web site)
  3. Kowari is an open-sourced (Mozilla Public License) triplestore optimized for RDF storage, created by Tucana Technologies, and written entirely in Java 1.4.2. (Web site)
  4. The Kowari is a fierce nocturnal predator of small animals, centipedes, millipedes, spiders and insects.
  5. The Kowari is a member of the family Dasyuridae, and is most closely related to the Mulgara. (Web site)
  6. The Kowari is a small carnivorous marsupial native to the dry graslands and deserts of central Australia. (Web site)
  7. The Kowari is the only member of its genus. (Web site)

Amazonian Manatee

  1. The Amazonian Manatee is an endangered species.
  2. The Amazonian manatee is a most bizarre-looking aquatic mammal, and was first described as a curious combination of a hippopotamus and a seal (6). (Web site)
  3. The Amazonian manatee is the smallest of the manatees.

Anchitherium

  1. Anchitherium is a fossil animal with three hoofs, a presumed predecessor of the horse.
  2. Anchitherium is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  3. But as further discoveries threw new light upon its structure, it was recognised as a distinct genus, under the name of Anchitherium. (Web site)

Arsinoitherium

  1. Arsinoitherium is an extinct mammal genus of the superorder Paenungulata.
  2. Arsinoitherium was a hefty creature with thick, hairless skin resembling elephant hide. (Web site)
  3. Arsinoitherium was an early, horned mammal that lived during the early Oligocene (about 38 to 23 million years ago). (Web site)
  4. Arsinoitherium was an early, rhinoceros-like mammal that lived during the early Oligocene (about 38 to 23 million years ago). (Web site)
  5. Arsinoitherium was very selective in the types of fruit and leaves it ate. (Web site)

Australian Snubfin Dolphin

  1. Australian Snubfin Dolphin is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. The Australian snubfin dolphin is the first new dolphin species to be identified in 30 years.

Australian Sea Lion

  1. The Australian sea lion is a multipurpose mammal, from its excellent swimming abilities to its great adaptations. (Web site)
  2. Australian sea lion are also threatened by oil tanker spills, these spills pollute the water that certain mammals inhabit.
  3. The Australian sea lion is a well known species that people need to take care of.
  4. The Australian sea lion is part of the food chain.
  5. The Australian sea lion is the most widely distributed and the least abundant pinniped in Australia.

Babirusa

  1. The babirusa is a good swim-mer and will often bravely launch itself into the sea to reach nearby islands.
  2. Babirusa are relatively large swine, reaching up to three and a half feet in length and weighing as much as 200 pounds.
  3. Babirusa are said to be sexually mature at 5-10 months, but this depends on nutrition.
  4. The Babirusa is a shy animal living in Indonesia.
  5. The babirusa is a bizarre -looking pig from Indonesia.

Bison

  1. Bison are 5 to 6- feet long and weigh 900 to 2,200 pounds.
  2. Bison are able to distinguish large objects from a distance of 1 km and moving objects 2 km away. (Web site)
  3. Bison are adaptable, hardy, disease-resistant and majestic.
  4. Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various National Parks, especially Yellowstone National Park.
  5. Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. National Parks, especially Yellowstone National Park.

Brindle

  1. Brindle - One of the rarest colors of horse. (Web site)
  2. Brindle is a coat coloring in animals, particularly dogs, cats, and horses.
  3. Brindle is a coat coloring in animals, particularly dogs, cats, cattle, donkeys and horses. (Web site)
  4. Brindle: A mixture of black with brown, tan, or gold; usually in a "tiger stripe" pattern.
  5. Maybe in the future we will see true tiger striping on a Crested Gecko, but for now, the term "brindle" seems the most descriptive and accurate.

Calf

  1. A calf is a baby cow.
  2. A calf is a child of a cow and a bull.
  3. A calf is a young cow. (Web site)
  4. Calf is used for other babies too like elephants. (Web site)
  5. Meanings of the word "calf" and its relationships to other words calf An uncommon noun which may mean: calf (young of domestic cattle).

Dewclaw

  1. A dewclaw is a claw that doesn't hit the ground with the rest of the claws when an animal walks. (Web site)
  2. A dewclaw is a functionless claw that doesn't hit the ground. (Web site)
  3. A dewclaw is a vestigial digit of the paw of many mammals, birds, and reptiles (including some extinct orders, like certain theropods). (Web site)
  4. A dewclaw is a vestigial digit of the paw of many mammals.
  5. A dewclaw is a vestigial digit on some mammals ' legs.

Dexter Cattle

  1. Dexter Cattle are also prominent in Canada and Australia.
  2. Dexter Cattle are generally black, though there are also red and dun versions available.
  3. Dexter Cattle are renowned for their fertility and calving ease.
  4. Dexter cattle are a minority breed of cattle and until fairly recently, were in fact considered as a rare breed. (Web site)
  5. Dexter cattle are a minority breed of cattle.

Eastern Cottontail

  1. The Eastern Cottontail is a common mammal that can be seen year-round.
  2. The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder that may produce as many as 6 - 7 litters per year when food is plentiful.
  3. The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder that may produce as many as 6 - 7 litters per year.
  4. The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder.
  5. The Eastern Cottontail is a very territorial animal. (Web site)

Gaur

  1. Gaur are also found in large numbers.
  2. Gaur are said to look like the front of a water buffalo The Water Buffalo is a very large ungulate.
  3. Gaur are said to look like the front of a water buffalo with the back of a domestic cow. (Web site)
  4. Gaur is a wild relative of our domestic cows and not buffaloes.
  5. Gaur is also known as Indian Bison.

Hadrocodium

  1. Hadrocodium is a distant and extinct relative of living mammals such as the platypus, kangaroos and primates. (Web site)
  2. Hadrocodium is a mammal species which lived during the Lower Jurassic in present-day China. (Web site)
  3. Hadrocodium was an insectivore (insect-eater) that may have been nocturnal (most active at night).
  4. Hadrocodium was an insectivore, eating worms and small insects. (Web site)
  5. Hadrocodium was discovered in the famous Lufeng Basin in Y unnan Province, southwestern China. (Web site)

Hyaenodon

  1. Hyaenodon was a long lived and wide spread group. (Web site)
  2. A hyaenodon is a Large creature instead of a Medium.
  3. Hyaenodon was a very successful and diverse genus, but eventually the modern carnivorous mammals of the order Carnivora were able to overcome them.
  4. Hyaenodon were very successful predators from a group known as Creodonts. (Web site)

Hyracotherium

  1. Hyracotherium is the genus of the earliest-known horse.
  2. Hyracotherium was a small creature, some 0.5 meters high, with an arched back, four hoofed toes and could probably trot and canter.
  3. Hyracotherium was a small mammal with four toes on the front feet and three on the rear. (Web site)
  4. The Hyracotherium was an extremely adaptable species, and as the terrain changed, it adapted to fit its needs.

Lamb

  1. A lamb is a baby sheep. (Web site)
  2. A lamb is a mammal. (Web site)
  3. A lamb is a young sheep .
  4. A lamb is a young sheep less than a year old. (Web site)
  5. Lamb is also a good source of phosphorus and zinc. (Web site)

Marsupial Lion

  1. The Marsupial Lion is the largest meat-eating mammal to have lived in Australia, and one of the largest marsupial carnivores the world has ever seen.
  2. The Marsupial lion was the largest meat-eating mammal to have lived in Australia, and one of the largest marsupial carnivores the world has ever seen. (Web site)
  3. The marsupial lion is an extinct large carnivorous marsupial from Australia that is compared to the saber-toothed cats of the Americas.
  4. The marsupial lion is one of those 3.
  5. The marsupial lion was Australia's largest carnivorous mammal. (Web site)

Megazostrodon

  1. Megazostrodon is a good example of these early mammals. (Web site)
  2. Megazostrodon is a good example.
  3. Megazostrodon is one of the first mammals. (Web site)
  4. Megazostrodon is the only well known genus of the family Megazostrodontidae.
  5. Megazostrodon was a small, furry,[3] shrew -like animal between 10 and 12 cm long which probably ate insects and small lizards. (Web site)

Moeritherium

  1. Moeritherium is an extinct mammal and may be the ancestor of all elephants.
  2. Moeritherium is a herbivore found in the Eocene and Obqocene beds of Egypt, not larger than a tapin, and the earliest member of the proboscid.
  3. Moeritherium was a pig-like animal, about 70 cm high, and resembling the tapirs.
  4. Moeritherium was about 3 ft (1 m) long and weighed about 450 pounds (200 kg), the size of pig.
  5. Moeritherium was about 3ft (1m) long and weighed 450 pounds (200kg),the size of a pig.

Morganucodon

  1. Morganucodon is a genus which lived during the Upper Triassic in Wales(England) and east Asia, maybe even South Africa.
  2. Morganucodon is a good candidate for first mammal, after which small monotremes appeared.
  3. Morganucodon is a mammal-like genus which lived during the Upper Triassic in (at least) Wales, England, east Asia, and perhaps South Africa.
  4. Morganucodon is an early mammalian genus which lived during the Upper Triassic. (Web site)
  5. Morganucodon was probably warm-blooded, but may have laid eggs, like other primitive mammals. (Web site)

Mule Deer

  1. Mule Deer are excellent swimmers but hardly ever use this means of escape.
  2. Mule deer are also very vocal if they want to send an alarm signal to other deer.
  3. Mule deer are by far the most numerous of the two species.
  4. Mule deer are easily identified by their large ears.
  5. Mule deer are fond of wheat , clover and sunflower patches, and small grain and alfalfa crops within their range.

Pinniped

  1. A Pinniped is a seal or sea lion and there are 80,000 of them.
  2. A Pinniped is a seal or sea lion. (Web site)
  3. A pinniped are consummate divers and there are also three different kinds of pinnipeds.
  4. A pinniped are seals and sea lions. (Web site)
  5. A pinniped is a bird or a seal or a sea lion.

Platybelodon

  1. Platybelodon is a species of large, herbivorous mammal related to the elephant (order Proboscidea). (Web site)
  2. A Platybelodon is a large, extinct herbivorous mammal related to the elephant (order Proboscidea).
  3. Platybelodon is a species In biology, a species is a kind of organism.
  4. Platybelodon was 20 ft (6 m) long, 9 ft (2.8 m) tall at the shoulder and weighed about 4.5 tons (4 tonnes). (Web site)
  5. Platybelodon was an early mammal. (Web site)

Plesiadapis

  1. Plesiadapis is one of the oldest known primate -like mammal species which existed about 60 mya in Asia, Africa and South America.
  2. Plesiadapis is one of the oldest known primates who lived 60 mya during the paleocene on europe and north america, it looked like the moderm squirrel . (Web site)
  3. Plesiadapis was a mammal that lived from the late Paleocene and the early Eocene (roughly 65 million years ago). (Web site)
  4. Plesiadapis was named by Gervais in 1877. (Web site)

Pygmy Shrew

  1. The Pygmy Shrew is a fascinating creature--one of, if not the, smallest mammal in the world.
  2. The Pygmy Shrew is a fascinating creature--one smallest mammal in the world.
  3. The Pygmy Shrew is a northern species found through much of Canada. (Web site)
  4. The Pygmy shrew is the smallest of all mammals, weighing only .07 to .13 of an ounce (2.2 - 3.8 grams), or the equivalent of about a dime.
  5. The pygmy shrew is the smallest mammal and the only shrew found in Ireland.

Quoll

  1. The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from Tasmania and mainland Australia. (Web site)
  2. The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the island of Tasmania and mainland Australia. (Web site)
  3. The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the islands of Tasmania and Australia.
  4. The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the islands of Tasmania and mainland Australia. (Web site)
  5. The Quoll is a cat-sized marsupial from Tasmania; it once lived in South Australia, but is now extinct there. (Web site)

Ringtail

  1. The ringtail is a small fox like animal about two and one half feet long and is a shy, nocturmal creature.
  2. Ringtail is also a software company.
  3. The Ringtail is a nocturnal predator which hunts with its mate for insects, birds and rodents in habitat like cactus plains, rocky cliffs and chaparral. (Web site)
  4. The name "ringtail" comes from the seven or eight black rings on the animal’s tail. (Web site)
  5. The ringtail is a small fox-like animal about two and one-half feet long and is a shy, nocturnal creature. (Web site)

Roe Deer

  1. Roe deer are one of only two species that can be considered indigenous to the British Isles, the other being the Red deer.
  2. Roe deer are spreading through many parts of Wales.
  3. Roe deer are widespread throughout Scotland and much of England and in many areas they are abundant.
  4. The Roe Deer is a relatively small deer, with a body length of 95-135 cm, a shoulder height of 65-75 cm, and a weight of 15-30 kg.
  5. The roe deer is a small, agile deer. (Web site)

African Buffalo

  1. The African Buffalo is a quite shy ungulate and has an excellent sense of smell. (Web site)
  2. The African buffalo is a large cow-like herbivore.

American Shrew Mole

  1. The American shrew mole is the smallest North American mole. (Web site)

American Water Shrew

  1. The most common American water shrew, or marsh shrew (Neosorex palustris), is rarely seen, owing to its nocturnal habits. (Web site)
  2. The American Water Shrew is another northern species that reaches part of its southern limit in the Mixedwood Plains Ecozone. (Web site)
  3. American Water Shrew WordNet Home Library Reference WordNet Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.

American Pika

  1. The American pika is a flower-gathering herbivore.

Amur Hedgehog

  1. The Amur Hedgehog is a hedgehog similar to Western European Hedgehog in outlook and lifestyle, although it is more lightly coloured.

Ancylopoda

  1. Ancylopoda, is a group of mammals in the Perissodactyla that show long, curved and cleft claws.
  2. Extinct ungulate groups include Ancylopoda and Condylarths. (Web site)

Antilopinae

  1. Antilopinae are herbivorous, but a few will take a small amount of meat if it is available.
  2. Antilopinae are hunted for their meat, skin, and sport.
  3. Antilopinae are long-legged, slender, and graceful animals with fawn-colored to reddish brown upper parts and pale undersides.
  4. Antilopinae is a subfamily of Bovidae .

Aonyx

  1. Aonyx cinereus #4 ( file info) --- Watch in browser Video of the Aonyx cinereus at Disney's Animal Kingdom. (Web site)
  2. However the current IUCN name is Aonyx cinereus, while "Mammal Species of the World" lists it as cinerea.
  3. The Oriental Small-clawed Otter, Aonyx cinerea also known as Asian Small-clawed Otter is the smallest otter in the world. (Web site)

Aquatic Tenrec

  1. Hard to see are the Fosa and aquatic Tenrec.
  2. The mammal highlight however was an Aquatic Tenrec (Limnogale) that scurried across the road one night.
  3. Limnogale mergulus Major, 1896 -- valid -- aquatic tenrec.

Archonta

  1. The Archonta are a group of mammals considered a superorder in some classifications.

Arctic Shrew

  1. Sorex arcticus - Arctic shrew 1391 Young adult, prior to winter molt, NE Montana, 2000.
  2. In the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, arctic shrew populations are the densest in spruce and tamarack swamps, as well as near lakes and streams. (Web site)

Argali

  1. Argali are both very rare and poorly studied and may be subject to disease as well as hunting pressure. (Web site)
  2. Argali is a Mongolian name for this sheep.
  3. The argali is a wild sheep found in Siberia .

Atlantogenata

  1. Atlantogenata is a mammal clade containing the cohorts or super-orders Xenarthra, Afrotheria and Meridiungulata.

Banded Hare-Wallaby

  1. The average Banded Hare-wallaby weighs 1.7kg, with females weighing more than males.
  2. The Banded Hare-wallaby reachs maturity at one year of age, breeding usually starts in the second year.
  3. The Banded Hare-wallaby is nocturnal and tends to live in groups at nesting sites; this species is quite social.

Banded Mongoose

  1. The banded mongoose is a gregarious species, living in packs of between five and sixty individuals.
  2. The banded mongoose is a stocky animal, with distinctive black bands on the back and flanks.

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