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African Pygmies, are slightly larger than most pygmies. Adult males average 1.5 m (5 ft) and 45 kg (100 lb). The Twa ... of Central and East Africa. They are typically larger than the Twa--adult males average 1.5 m, 13 cm (5 ft, 5 in.) and 59 kg ... the Hutu in physical appearance: they are taller, thinner, and lighter-skinned. Adult males average 1.5 m, 23 cm (5 ft, 9 in.) and 54 kg ...
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Southern Sea Lion
Atlantic coast to Isla de Torres off the coast of south east Brazil. Description & Food Adult males reach a maximum length of about 2.5 metres and weigh up to 700lbs. On ...
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Preliminary study of the behavior and ecology of Jackson's chameleons of Maui, Hawaii
Males have three brownish ... of all ages. Smaller individuals avoided larger ones. McKeown (1995) noted that adult males will challenge equal-sized adult males to a horn-to-horn pushing duel and thus attempt to drive ...
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Iguana Specialist Group (formerly the West Indian Iguana Specialist Group)
Plan Introduction Only 60 of the 3,000 species of lizards living today attain an adult body mass greater than one kilogram. Although large lizards represent only 2% of all lizard ... may take several years to reach sexual maturity. Social organization ranges from systems in which adult males are highly aggressive and territorial to large groups which appear to coexist peacefully. Mating is ...
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ITEC Faculty
Dr ... the Beza-Mahafaly Reserve, Madagascar. Primates 38: 15-30. 1997 Affiliative relationships between adult males and immature group members in naturally occurring ringtailed lemurs (Lemur catta). Amer. J ...
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2007 IUCN Red List – Search
Of all adult males in a population, 31% are alpha males and thus reproductive individuals (= 0.31N1, where N1 = adult male population). Of all subordinate adult males (= 0.69N1), some may access reproduction either by replacing the alpha male or through extra-pack copulations. This proportion was subjectively estimated at 60% and thus the contribution of subordinate adult males ...
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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - Killer Whale - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
The head is rounded with a slight beak. Males can reach ... pods range from one to four individuals. Single individuals, usually males, are occasionally encountered. The social group is matrilineal consisting of ... individuals will switch pods on occasion. Non-breeding females and males care and teach hunting methods to older calves of females ...
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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - Grizzly Bear - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
Male grizzlies are about 10 percent larger than females. For example, males in Yellowstone Park measured 1.64 meters on average and females measured 1.51 meters ... . Adult males dominate all other age classes. Biology: Adult grizzlies den in chambers. Breeding occurs about mid-May through July. Oestrus lasts 10-30 days when a female will mate with several males in ...
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bald eagle
Immature bald eagles are often assumed to be females, when in fact, both adult males and females have white heads and tails. For information about eagle watching at the Starved ...
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Lives of Whales
Distribution: Worldwide, from the equator to polar regions Migration: Only adult males move into latitudes higher than 45 in both hemispheres to feed, ... shifts of the sperm whale populations. The females, juveniles and small males swim about in nursery groups numbering 10, 20 or more ... are joined for a time by one or more large males. Medium sized males tend to swim together in groups of half a ...
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