A long time before humans were even here, there was an abundance of flourishing plants and thriving animals alike. There stood a lone Dingo, with one goal in mind to take down the rhinoceros who has been terrorizing his home and fellow inhabitants. The problem was that the rhinoceros was much bigger than the small Dingo, making it very difficult for the Dingo to do much at all to the one-ton beast. He took a night of planning and much thinking to come up with the perfect way to take down the rhinoceros who had been causing all the trouble. The next day the Dingo set out to find the rhinoceros and take him down, for the good of the land.
Name:Gorilla(Gorilla beringei beringei) Type: Mammal Diet: Omnivore:The plants they eat include leaves, stems pith, fruit, and bamboo. Sometimes they will eat insects, especially ants.
mostly African elephants eat, leaves and branches of bushes and trees, but also eat grasses, fruit, and bark.
The nocturnal pygmy hippopotamus spends most of the night foraging for food to cater to its exclusively vegetarian diet. The hippo mainly eats leaves, various fruits, and other forest-floor vegetation, due to its short legs and limited reach (12).
The first animal that we are introduced to is the reples griffon vulture. This bird is an amazing scavenger. This species of birds have large wings, and are almost twenty pounds in weight. They watch out for each other and one does not descend from the sky without several following him. In addition, they are responsible for keeping the land healthy. They keep the land health by feeding on dead animals. A great example of this, is when a lioness, makes a kill and the vulture descends from the air to feed on it. However, the spotted hyena has witnessed the killing and then the hyena chases the lioness off and the vultures continue to feed. Another animal that the viewer is introduced to is the wildebeest. The wildebeests feed on grass lands and they produce 400 pounds of dung a day. There are several other species that was introduced in the video: the leopard tortes, the jackal and they eat feed off of the dung beetle. The banded mongoose who, kill the dung beetle. African wild dogs, buffalo, zebras, the golden jackal, baboons, and ants are featured in this documentary. The ant is referred to as a small scavenger which is the most
Apes eat fruit when they are on a diet. Apes eat vegetation during their diet. Apes eat birds during their diet. Apes eat small mammals during a diet. Apes eat insects during a diet. Gorillas eat so much of vegetation when on a diet. Gorillas eat fruit when on a diet. Gorillas don’t drink a lot of water because, they eat so much vegetation. Gorillas eat termites when they are on a diet. Gorillas also eat caterpillars too ( Diane K. Brockman. Gorillas).
Diet:A typical diet for capuchin monkeys includes fruit, insects, leaves and small birds. They are particularly good at catching frogs and cracking nuts, and it is suspected that they may also feed on small mammals.
Did you know that a bighorns horn size is a symbol of rank and the horn can way up to 30 pounds. They are sometimes dumb and sometimes smart. But on their journey, you never know what can happen. Bighorns have so much information about them. And
“I think it's a man cub.”- Rocky the Rhino 1895 First, the diet of a White Rhinoceros. The White Rhinoceros is a herbivore (meaning it only eats plants), it's food is mainly short grasses. Where does it find it's food? Well it's food is in African grasslands and savannas.
The tapir is an animal is similarly shaped like a pig and this size of a small pony. It's a hooved animal with 3 toes on the back legs feet and four on the front. Their skin is dark brown grey. It has a short flexible proboscis used as a
Orangutans are omnivores, which means they eat a variety of meat and plants. They primarily eat fruit, leaves and small animals.
They typically eat five percent of their body weight. Most of the time dolphins hunt as a team. Dolphins mainly eat fish and squid. Some dolphins will eat prawns, crabs, or octopuses. Orcas will eat seals, turtles, and other dolphins or whales. When eating their food dolphins do not chew, even though they have 100 teeth. They will shake or rub their food on the ocean floor to break it into small pieces, from there they will swallow the food.
The Wooly Rhinos lived in Russia and Siberia their horns were found in Russia and their fossils were found in Siberia. The Wooly Rhinos were mostly in Siberia but they started at Russia. They went to SIberia when it got cold in Russia they might be ice age mammals but
They don't have that many things that they eat the most common thing that they eat is sheeps and goats but both of those animals are going extinct and they are losing food which we need to help them, if the go extinct them some of the animals will overpopulate and we will have to kill them instead of them dying off normally. But their habitat has something to do with them losing food
The Large Blue Horse and the Fighting Rhino and Four Horses While visibly observing both Fighting Rhino and Blue Horses, one can clearly see that both portraits of the content of the imagery consists of animals, specifically Horses. Blue Horses, depicts three vividly colored blue horses looking down in front of a landscape of rolling red hills, is characterized by its bright primary colors and a portrayal that simplicity, and a profound sense of emotion. While, Fighting Rhino and Horses consists of red, with a few black engraved animals. According to ‘Visiualartscork.com”, “In the deeper part, the animals are mostly black, with far fewer rock engravings and red figures. There are groupings and features of specific animals consisting of the usual horses, bison, aurochs, ibex, reindeer, red deer and musk-oxen.”