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Hyena body system

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felipe naranjo

on 15 April 2015

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Transcript of Hyena body system

Hyena circulatory system
Closed circulatory system
Full Body Cavities
Blood Vessels
4-Chambered Heart
Excretory system
The hyena is omnivore eat both things
*Eats both plants and animals
*Maximizes Full Potential of Nutrients *For All Parts of Prey
*Only regurgitates horns and hooves of animals
Skeletary system
*Developed neck and hind legs
*Rounded gluteus maximus rather than angular
*Wide, flat head (much larger than Striped Hyena
*Powerful, bone-crushing jaw
*Padded paws
Muscular system
Hyena: is 3-5 feet long from head to tail, 2.4-2.8 feet tall at the shoulder, and weighs 99-176 pounds; females are larger than males.
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Hyena taxonomy
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Hyaenidae
Genus: Crocuta
Species: C. crocuta

Conservation status: Least Concern
Hyena body system
By: Felipe Naranjo Zapata
Hyena body diseases
cattle disease of slow growth, underdevelopment of hindquarters, thick, stiff bristles along the back, aggressive behavior. A chondrodystrophy affecting hindlimb bones and lumbar vertebrae.

The hyena is an animal that is mammal, it has a complex digestive system that is similar to the human one and they have a closed circulatory system . Most of the hyenas lives in Africa.

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