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subspecies of the gray wolf.
dogs have been one of the most
widely kept working and
companion animals in human
history. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogs cats cats are smaller versions
of the big cats, as in lions
and such. the domesticated
cats or house cats hunt for "prey"
to eat within the area that their
owner is in. unlike house cats, the
the big cats hunt for prey in different
areas of the world.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cats pandas bunnies pandas are bears mostly found in china.
pandas mostly eat bamboo, honey, fish,
eggs, yams, shrub leaves, ornages, and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_Panda rabits are sometimes kept as housepets. they are hindgut digesters. This means that most of their digestion takes place in their large intestine and cecum. In rabbits, the cecum is about 10 times bigger than the stomach, and it, along with the large intestine, makes up roughly 40% of the rabbit's digestive tract. Cecotropes, sometimes called "night feces", come from the cecum and are high in minerals, vitamins and proteins that are necessary to the rabbit's health. Rabbits eat these to meet their nutritional requirements. This process allows rabbits to extract the necessary nutrients from their food. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabits bears/polar bears bears are doglike carnivorans. they have an excellent
sense of smell, and despite their heavy build and awkward gait, they can run quickly and are adept climbers and swimmers. In autumn some bear species forage large amounts of fermented fruits which affects their behaviour. Bears use shelters such as caves and burrows as their dens, which are occupied by most species during the winter for a long period of sleep similar to hibernation.
polar bears are the same as bears except that they are native to the arctic ocean.
The polar bear is classified as a vulnerable species, with 5 of the 19 polar bear subpopulations in decline. For decades, unrestricted hunting raised international concern for the future of the species; populations have rebounded after controls and quotas began to take effect. For thousands of years, the polar bear has been a key figure in the material, spiritual, and cultural life of Arctic indigenous peoples, and the hunting of polar bears remains important in their cultures.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bears wolves wolves share a common ancestry
with the domestic dog. inhabits a
very small portion of its former range
because of widespread destruction of
its territory, human encroachment of
its habitat, and the resulting human-wolf
encounters that sparked broad extirpation.
Even so, the gray wolf is regarded as
being of least concern for extinction
according to the International Union
for Conservation of Nature, when the
entire gray wolf population is considered
as a whole. Today, wolves are protected
in some areas, hunted for sport in
others, or may be subject to
extermination as perceived
threats to livestock and pets.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolves hamsters The name hamster is derived from the
German verb hamstern, which means
"to hoard" because hamsters have
expandable cheek pouches lined
with fur to store their food. Hamster behaviour can vary depending on their environment, genetics, and interaction with people. Because they are easy to breed in captivity, hamsters are often used as lab animals in more economically developed countries. Hamsters have also become established as popular small pets.
Hamsters are crepuscular. In the wild, they burrow underground in the daylight to avoid being caught by predators. Their diet contains a variety of foods, including dried food, berries, nuts, fresh fruits and vegetables. In the wild they will eat any wheat, nuts and small bits of fruit and vegetables that they might find lying around on the ground, and will occasionally eat small insects such as small crickets or mealworms. They have elongated fur-lined pouches on both sides of their heads that extend to their shoulders, which they stuff full of food to be brought back to the colony or to be eaten later.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamsters chipmunks Chipmunk is the common name for any small squirrel-like rodent species of the genus Tamias.
Tamias is Greek for "storer," a reference to the animals' habit of collecting and storing food for winter use. The common name originally may have been spelled "chitmunk" (from the Odawa word jidmoonh, meaning "red squirrel". However, the earliest form cited in the Oxford English Dictionary (from 1842) is "chipmonk". Other early forms include "chipmuck" and "chipminck", and in the 1830s they were also referred to as "chip squirrels," possibly in reference to the sound they make. They are also called "striped squirrels", "chippers", "munks", "timber tigers", or "ground squirrels", though the name "ground squirrel" usually refers to members of the genus Spermophilus. Tamias and Spermophilus are only two of the 13 genera of ground-living sciurids.Chipmunks are usually very small,usually only about the length of your hand. Eastern chipmunks mate in early spring and again in early summer, producing litters of four or five young twice each year. Western chipmunks only breed once a year. The young emerge from the burrow after about six weeks and strike out on their own within the next two weeks. Chipmunks have an omnivorous diet consisting of grain, nuts, birds' eggs, small frogs, fungi, worms, and insects. At the beginning of autumn, many species of chipmunk begin to stockpile these goods in their burrows, for winter. Other species make multiple small caches of food. These two kinds of behavior are called larder hoarding and scatter hoarding. Larder hoarders usually live in their nests until spring.