CHARASTERISTIC OF PLATYPUSThe platypus is from the united states. But in spain are a lot them in te zoos. The platypus has a beak like a duck and beaver tail.
BODY OF PLATYPUS1. EYES: it has two eyes very big and the eyes are bulbing. 2. BODY: it has a cuadrangular body, the color is green.3. TAIL: it has an orange tail and has a tail green. Do you know we classify the colour of the tail is dark green. 4. FEET OR LEGS: The platypus has 4 legs or feet the color is yellow.
THE GAMES OF PLATYPUSThe best game of the platypus is Rubber ball.
WHAT IS A PLATYPUS What is platypus ?A platypus is a animal but what type of animal.Is a mammal, and the name is? ORNITORRINCO
What is a platypusA platypus is a mammal, in mammals we have three groups: Monotremes, Marsupial and Placental mammal this animal is in the group of Monotremes and is oviparous.
QUESTIONWhat part of the world is the platypus from? The united states What type is the platypus vertebrates or invertebrates? Vertebrates What is the best game of the platyptus? Rubber ballWhat are the three types of mammals?Monotremes,Marsupial,Placantal mammal.
Size, weight and other caracteristics• The osprey is a vertebrate, it´s a bird the belonging to the vultures group.• Its scientific name is gypaetus barbatus.• Its weight is between 4,5 and 7 kg.• Its wingspan is between 2,35 and 2,75m.• It has the head, the chest and the legs white, and the wing brown, black or gray.
Habitats• In Spain it lives only in Pirineos and Cazorla.• It´s in danger of extinction.• It makes its nest in mountain caves.• When the osprey is 4 months old, it flies for first time.• During its youth it travels everywhere in Spain.• When the osprey grows up returns to the place where it flew for first time to breed.
Diets• Their food is:1.70% bones2.25% meat3.5% skin• It can eat bones of 20 cm
Unique behaviors• When the bones are too large, the osprey flies with the bone in its beak. Then it drops the bone to the rocks to break it to eat.
Other interesting facts• It has red eyes, a beard and feathers in its legs.• When it´s ungry its eyes become redder.• One day somebody saw a young osprey in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. It was there two or three days. Then it continued its travel from Cazorla to Pirineos. The name of this osprey is Tono.
You probably have heard the phrase “wise old owl” before, so you might be surprised to learn that these birds arent the most intelligent. Their brains are actually considered quite small for their comparative size, and geese, crows, and ravens are all thought to be “smarter.”
There is also the common belief that owls simply "look" smart! Unlike most birds, owl eyes are placed on the front of their heads (versus on the sides) to help them focus on prey when hunting. This wide-eyed glance gives them the impression of thinking really hard when, in reality, they are most likely just thinking about their next meal!
Owls are a group of avian animals that belong to the order Strigiformes, constituting 200 extant species. Most are solitary and nocturnal, with some exceptions (e.g., the Northern Hawk Owl). Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and small birds, although a few species specialize in huntingfish. They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica, most of Greenland and some remote islands.
Though owls are typically solitary, the literary collective noun for a group of owls is a parliament. Owls are characterized by their small beaks and wide faces, and are divided into two families: the typical owls, Strigidae; and the barn-owls, Tytonidae. Despite common belief, owls are not true birds, but rather, they are owls.
Owls are a group of birds that belong to the order Strigiformes, constituting 200 extant bird of prey species. Most are solitary and nocturnal, with some exceptions (e.g., the Northern Hawk Owl). Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and other birds, although a few species specialize in hunting fish.
They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica, most of Greenland and some remote islands CAROL
Stingrays are a group of rays, which are cartilaginous fishes related to sharks. They are classified of eight families:Sixgill stingray, deep water stingray, stingarees, round rays, whiptail stingrays, river stingrays, butterfly rays and eagle rays.
Most stingrays have one or more barbed stings(modified from dermal denticles) on the tail, whichare used exclusively in self-defense. The stingermay reach a length of approximately 35 cm. And itsunderside has two grooves with venom glands.
Stingrays are common in coastal tropical and subtropical marine waters throughout the world, and also includes species found in warmer temperate oceans. And a number of whiptail stingrays (such as the Niger stingray), are restricted to fresh water.