Animal Behavior

  • Animal Behaviors of Killer Whales

    Killer whales are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have a matrilineal social structure consisting of two to three generations of females and their offspring. Killer whales animal behavior, such as choice of prey may vary among groups.
    By Darlene Zagata June 17, 2010 

  • Displaced Animals in Cities and Towns

    Where have all the displaced animals gone? In some cases these displaced animals might not have left the urban sprawl while others relocated to other environmental locations. Wild animals displaced by logging has increased the danger to threatened...
    By Tony Smejek June 9, 2010 

  • Behavior Patterns of Cockatiels

    Find out what some normal and abnormal cockatiel behavior patterns and how to find an avian veterinarian near you!
    By Laura Jean Karr May 31, 2010 

  • Ways in Which Animals Communicate

    Animals communicate in many myriad ways that are as diverse as the animals themselves.
    By Kayar May 21, 2010 

  • Adaptations of a Camel to a Desert Environment

    In the harsh climatic conditions of a desert environment, with scorching heat and no visible signs of greenery for miles at a stretch, there is one animal that is able to survive quite well in its surroundings- the camel. Know more of the adaptations...
    By Atula Gupta May 21, 2010 

  • The Stages of Metamorphosis

    Insects grow differently in comparison to human beings. They undergo several stages before they become full grown insects. Learn what the different stages of metamorphosis are, what an insect goes through in this process, and how incomplete and complete...
    By Kristina Dems May 20, 2010 

  • Information about Rabies in Wild Animals

    Rabies is a deadly disease that often comes from wild animals and has been around for centuries. In the late 1800's, a vaccine was created to help protect against this disease, but prior to it rabies was deemed fatal to humans. Learn why rabies continues...
    By LFoster May 13, 2010 

  • Effects of Global Warming on Indian Agriculture

    India is a country of numerous climatic zones and a number of different crops are grown using different farming methods. Indian agricultural crops are deeply affected by global warming and climate changes.....
    By Chief Engineer Mohit Sanguri May 6, 2010 

  • Role of Owl Pellet in Food Chain

    Owl pellets are a curious phenomenon of owls, and one that is of enormous help to scientists and conversationalists attempting to study owls. This article explains what owl pellets are, how they form, and why they're so useful in studying the food...
    By allychevalier March 10, 2010 

  • Animal Predatory Techniques and Instinctive Behaviors

    Animal predatory techniques develop because of hunger. These animals have amazing and wondrous instinctive behaviors to survive. They eat what they kill, kill with intelligence and physical prowess, but only to satisfy their need for food.
    By Envirowords February 19, 2010 
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