Animal

Animals are the multicellular organisms, dominating the earth, which belongs to the kingdom of Animalia. They are categorized, such as mammals, birds, fishes, invertebrates, amphibians, and reptiles. Animals have diverse characteristics that are different from others. And also they are the organisms who sense out the beat of the mother nature. So we have to protect them while we are exploring the beauty of nature.

Cassowary- Identify the world most dangerous Bird

Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Casuariiformes Family Casuariidae Genus: Casuarius   Brisson, 1760 Species 1. Southern cassowary 2. Dwarf cassowary 3. Northern cassowary The Cassowary belongs to the genus of Casuarius. They are ratites, which means that they’re flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone. They’re native to the tropical forests of Southeast …

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Sea Snake with Horn- Hydrophis peronii facts

Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Elapidae Subfamily: Hydrophiinae Genus: Hydrophis Species: Hydrophis peronei   (A.M.C. Duméril, 1853) Today I am taking you to the Sea’s bed since most people have a lack of knowledge about the Sea snakes. It is not easy to spot them in their natural environment. However, you …

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Moray eel- Snake like fish live in the Ocean

Kingdom: Animalia Phylum Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Anguilliformes Suborder: Muraenoidei Family: Muraenidae Genera: 16 Genera Species: 200 Species   Rafinesque, 1810 The Moray eel is mainly a large eel species, which can exclusively found in tropical and temperate marine waters. Some several other species live in brackish water, and a few species can identify in …

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Hammerhead Shark- Shark with a strange head

Genus: Sphyrna (Most Hammerhead shark). The winghead on the other side is placed in its genus known as Eusphyra.  Family: Sphyrnidae (named after the peculiar and different structure of their heads, flattened and laterally elongated into a hammer shape known as Cephalofoil). Species of Hammerhead Shark  There are nine different species of the hammerhead shark. Most …

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Lemon Shark- The fascinating life of the species

Scientific Name: Negaprion brevirostris Kingdom: Animalia Order: Carcharhiniformes Phylum: Chordata Family: Carcharhinidae Class: Chondrichthyes Distinguishing Features: Stocky, yellow-colored shark with second dorsal fin almost as massive as the first Habitat: Coastal waters of the Atlantic and Pacific of the Americas Average Size: 2.4 to 3.1 m (7.9 to 10.2 ft) Diet: Carnivorous, preferring bony fishes …

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Skipjack tuna- A Common fish in open oceans

Name Skipjack Tuna Kingdom  Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Actinopterygii Order Perciformes Family Scombridae Genus Katsuwonus Species K. pelamis Binomial Name Katsuwonus pelamis What is skipjack tuna Skipjack tuna fish is an economically valuable species that is a common fish species in open ocean water, which is in around most countries, especially in tropical areas and temperature …

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Angelfish- A colorful freshwater aquarium fish

Popularly called Angelfish Genus: (Pterophyllum) Family Cichlidae Angelfish are one of the most famous aquarium fish, and add beauty to your aquarium as well. Although they aren’t easy to care for actually unless you have a full idea of their needs. Angelfish are generally peaceful. Nevertheless, they have Cichlids and can be aggressive toward one …

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Heterotroph- Consumer that can’t produce own food

Heterotroph is an organism that is unable to fixed carbon to produce its own food. The nutrients they require are taken as organic carbon from other plants and animals. All of this nutrition obtained is spent as energy for growth and reproduction. Unlike the autotrophs, who have to save some of their energy for photosynthesis. …

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