The Santo Stefano Lizard, Podsrcis Sicula Sanctistephani, went extinct in 1965. The Santo Stefano Lizard lives on Santo Stefano Island and is also a Mediterranean type. The lizard likes being near a lot of water. The species ranged out to Italy, South Of Alphs, Sicily, Saradinia, and many other islands. The lizard has been introduced to a number of sites in the United States, Libya, And Tunisia (broom02.revolvy.com). The Santo Stefano Lizard lives on Santo Stefano which is a very small island near Ventotene and its off the west coast of Italy. A feral cat and snakes killed off most of the population.
Ardipithecus Ramidus: Pretty long face, cranial capacity looks small compared to the size of the head
Species: P. tigris, the organism who lives in a forest and is covered wiht blackstrip fur.
Habitat: Their habitats are on crops, arable and waste land, gardens. Commonly on footpaths and in
Females lay white spherical eggs on the trunk, and produce a yellow viscous material from the ovipositor which is smoothed over into a covering, before fading to white or grey. Larvae exit the egg directly into the plant, never becoming exposed, and so are impervious to sprays. Young larvae are restricted to the cambium, circling the cane 3-4 times in a close spiral, girdling the primocane, and producing gall-like swellings. As larvae grow, they extend feeding deeper into wood and pith, and staightening the spiral and heading usually toward the distal end of the cane (tunnels may extend 15 cm below to 64 cm above the gall). Larvae reach a length of 12 mm, and have a pair of horn-like projections on the posterior end. The larvae are white and legless, with a flattened head (the family is often called flat headed borers). Larvae winter in the cane, and in March create a pupal chamber. The pupa is formed in late April. The pupal period lasts 20-40 days. When the adult leaves the pupal skin, it remains in the tunnel for about 10 days before chewing a D-shaped emergence hole. Adults feed on foliage for several days before beginning oviposition. They are most easily found on the plants on warm sunny days. There is one generation
resides in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. This species is migratory through most of its range,
The preferred habitat for this species are wet areas such as river bottomlands, floodplains, wet prairies, and marshes. However, relatively drier habitats are often used in summers. They feed primarily on small rodents, but may also consume frogs, other snakes, and nesting birds. Breeding generally occurs during summer or early fall, although it can occur
It's as big as a buffalo and it has a shaggy black and white stripes like a zebra. It has two sharp brown horns on the side of its head to attack predators. Its body length ranges
be able to be found here. Listen for the sinister rattling sounds of timber rattlesnakes when walking to avoid angering one and getting bit. Alligators can be seen swimming through the marshy swamp lands. Gators are seen sitting on strips of muddy land in the middle of the water guarding eggs from predators. Animals the alligators have to
An environment with a lot of vegetation and their preys is ideal for them. They are perfect hunters with ability to stalk their prey with patience and stealth. They then capture their meals with one strong leap. These animals live in solitary or in territories. One unique thing about them is that the females do not share the same territory with each other. Territories for males usually tend to overlap. The territories are established with scent markings and the size varies extremely. The size ranges from twenty five to thirty square miles for males and five square miles for females (Sunquist & Fiona
There are twelve species within the same genus and have subtle variations in physical appearances, all living in freshwater, but due
Suspected Hideouts- Prefer swamps and the floodplains of rivers/estuaries. The invasive Melaleucas are found in Central and Southern Florida, primarily in the Everglades.
The birds live in many areas in the United States--around freshwater and seawater. They are birds of prey with a wingspan of 60’’. They are white bodied with a black stripe coming from their eye to their wings which are black also.
.*They are omnivorous, plantigrade and highly social animals *Body is covered with hairs (except palms, soles and face) *Limbs have five digits.
The american alligator are mainly found in the United States, North Carolina, to Rio Grande in Texas. They eat fish, turtles, various mammals, birds, and other reptiles. The american alligator are mostly found in freshwater, slow and easy rivers, swamps, marshes, and lakes. Their prey is fish, turtles, snakes, and small mammals. Their predators are bobcats and raccoons. Clearly, this is the american alligator's habitat and diet.