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The Florida Panther Society, Inc.
Social Behavior: Panthers are primarily solitary animals, they do not mate for life or live in prides but they do have a ... social order consists of resident/ more mature dominant animals who have established prime territorial ranges. Then you have the Transient or subdominant animals between the ages of 2-5 years, who live ...
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SCS: Ringed Seal (Phoca hispida)
Saimaa Seal Saimaa seals are solitary animals and are usually found hauled out alone or in pairs along shorelines. The mating behaviour ...
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Kind Planet Humane Education - Hamster Care
Syrian hamsters are the largest and easiest to handle. They are solitary animals and cannot be housed together. The Russian dwarf, and other dwarf breeds, is becoming more ...
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Save The Tiger Fund | All About Tigers
After killing their prey, tigers drag the animal to a safe place, consuming it over ... to stay closer to the mother's range than males.   Social Behavior Adult tigers are solitary animals that establish their territories in areas with enough prey, cover and water to support them ...
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Social behaviour of pandas
But at crucial stages in their lives pandas, like all solitary mammals, are forced ... with its paws. This position is adopted by females during mating, and also by captive animals that are being harassed by humans--particularly vets with anaesthetic darts. At close range aggression ...
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About America's Greatest Cat
Greatest Cat Family Life Cougars are mostly solitary animals, except for mothers raising dependent cubs and the time males and females briefly spend together while mating. Solitary does not mean that cougars do ...
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Rhinos
They are solitary animals and have never bred particularly well in zoos. In fact their captive population has been ... Review of the zoo you want to visit ] [Buy Books on Zoos and Wildlife ] [Zoo Animals] [ Home ] [ Up ] [ About Zoos ] [ News ] [Conservation in Zoos ] [Zoos and Education ] [Zoos and Recreation ] [Zoos ...
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Wombat - Animal Facts - Animals - Animals Myths&Legends - Planet Ozkids - Animal stories, facts and endangered animals
Animals - Animals Myths&Legends - Planet Ozkids - Animal stories, facts and endangered animals Animals Myths & Legends | Ace Detectives | Ozzoom | Educators | Store | Search Animal Postcards Animal Facts Weird Animal Facts Endangered Animals ... is in Epping Forest, central Queensland. Habits & Biology All wombats are solitary animals and generally nocturnal. They spend most of the day sleeping alone ...
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Minnesota Zoo/Animals/Northern Trail
Animals/Northern Trail Select an animal Amur(Siberian)Tiger Bactrian Camel Bear, Brown ... live in small herds of 10 to 15 animals, with youngsters and some adult males. Older males are usually solitary most of the year. In the spring ... groups upwards of 100 animals. Young animals have been observed to be formed into small nursery herds with female "baby-sitters." The older, solitary males also migrate ...
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Emu Facts Information - Animal Facts - Animals - Animals Myths&Legends - Planet Ozkids - Animal stories, Animal facts and endangered animals
Animals - Animals Myths&Legends - Planet Ozkids - Animal stories, Animal facts and endangered animals Animals Myths & Legends | Ace Detectives | Ozzoom | Educators | Store | Search Animal Postcards Animal Facts Weird Animal Facts Endangered Animals ... They are nomadic and roam the countryside looking for food. Although they are solitary creatures, emus can live in flocks or pairs. When they form a ...
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