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25-05-2014, 03:46 PM
RE: Metazoa info
Tripod Fish(requested by Free Thought)

[Image: Tripod-fish.jpg]

Bathypterois Grallator

Size: 3ft long and 4ft tall

Weight:Not known

Life expectancy: Not known

When if First Appeared: Not known

Location: The ripod fish lives in deep oceans, around 2,881 to 15,486 ft deep. They live in oceans between 40 degrees north and 40 degrees south.

Taxonomy:

Class: Actinopterygii
(unranked): Actinopteri
Subclass:Neopterygii
Infraclass:Teleostei
Superorder:Cyclosquamata
Order:Aulopiformes
Family:Ipnopidae
Genus:Bathypterois
Species:Bathypterois Grallator

Diet: Shrimp, tiny fish, and small Crustaceans

Anatomy: The tripod fish has tree fins that help it stand in place, two are the pelvic fins, and the other is on the caudal fin. This fish can still swim despite these fins and can even pull the front two back.

Behavior: The animal is solitary. It stays place in one spot and catches food that passes by.

Reproduction: All tripod fish have male and female genitalia. If one does not find a mate, it produces offspring by itself.

Relationship with other animals: Not known

[Image: bathypterois2.jpg]

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http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/b...-with-legs

http://www.realmonstrosities.com/2011/10...-fish.html

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25-05-2014, 03:58 PM
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Silver Pearl Fish (requested by Revenant 77x)

[Image: encheliophis_homei.jpg]

Encheliophis Homei

Size:7.5in

Weight: Not known

Life expectancy: Not known

When if first appeared: Not known

Location: Live in areas like the read sea, the indo-pacific ocean, east african coast, society islands, taiwan, and northern and eastern australia, and it occurs in depths of 98ft

[Image: pic_Fis-25343.jpg]

Taxonomy:
Class:Actinopteygii
Superorder:Paracanthopterygii
Order:Ophidiiformes
Family:Carapidae
Genus:Encheliophis
Species:Enchelophis Homei

Diet: This animal eats amphipods, shrimp, and small fishes.

Anatomy: This fish has a transparent body and has melanophores on its abdomen. It also has a large swim bladder relative to its size.

Behavior: This animal is solitary. It finds a home in sea cucumbers. The silver pearl fish will however change its host once it leaves one sea cumber.

Reproduction: The young of the silver pearl fish will swim to the sea bottom and immediately find a sea cucumber to live in.

Relationships with other animals: The sea cucumber reaming the home of this animal. It exits and enters the sea cucumber through its anus. Its rivals include other pearl fish like other silver pearl fish and the pinhead pearl fish.

[Image: fish_pearl.jpg]

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http://www.fishbase.org/summary/4832

http://www.seascapestudio.net/reference/fish.php?id=369

http://eol.org/pages/1012871/details

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25-05-2014, 03:58 PM
RE: Metazoa info
(25-05-2014 03:34 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Common Raven(requested by Teen-skeptic-go!)

[Image: JuddPatterson_CommonRaven_9753.jpg]

Corvus Corax

Size: 25in

Weight: 2.6lbs

Life expectancy: 10-15 years, longest being 23 years

When it First Appeared: In the late piacenzain 2 million years ago

Location: This animal can be found in cities, towns, mountains, forest, and grasslands. They live across north america, Europe, and Asia

[Image: common_raven_map.gif]

Taxonomy:

Class:Aves
Clade:Pygostylia
Clade:Ornithothoraces
Clade:Euornithes
Clade:Ornithurae
Clade:Carinatae
Subclass:Neornithes
Infraclass:Neognathae
Clade:Neoaves
Division:Terrestrorniths
Clade:Dendrotinithes
Clade:Australavis
Clade:Eufalcoimorphae
Clade:Psittocopasserae
Order:Passeriformes
Suborder:Passeri
Infraorder:Corvida
Superfamily:Corovoidea
Family:Corovidae
Genus:Corvus
Species:Corvus Corax

Diet: This animal is an omnivore. Everything is on its menu.

Anatomy: The common raven has the largest brain of all aves. This is because of their large hyperpallium in which helps them with their intelligence.

Behavior: This animal is cunning and sneaky. Ravens will use wits and tools in order to get by in the world. Common ravens are more social when young then older, as adults are mostly solitary. Adult common ravens will often argue when they meet, but they will socialize from time to time.

Reproduction: Common ravens begin to mate while still juveniles, however they may not bond for three years. When together commmon ravens mate for life. To court a mate common ravens use intelligence, food, and acrobatic shows. Before nesting common ravens find territory base on resources. They make a deep bowl nest made from different materials, like twigs and deer fur. Their mating season depends on where they live. The common raven lays eggs in cold regions in April but December in warmer regions. Incubation last 18-21 days and young stay with their parents for six months.

Relationship with other animals: Ravens have few predators. Owls, martens, other ravens, humans, lynxes, coyotes, wolves, cougars, and eagles are a few and most eat their eggs.

[Image: common_raven_2.jpg]

A common raven sending a subtle message

Other sources:

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/commo...ifehistory

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/an...mon-raven/

http://www.birdweb.org/birdweb/bird/common_raven

Let's get some more Ravens up in this thread.

I, as per patriotism, demand the Little Raven make an appearance within this thread,

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25-05-2014, 04:05 PM
RE: Metazoa info
(25-05-2014 03:58 PM)Free Thought Wrote:  
(25-05-2014 03:34 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Common Raven(requested by Teen-skeptic-go!)

[Image: JuddPatterson_CommonRaven_9753.jpg]

Corvus Corax

Size: 25in

Weight: 2.6lbs

Life expectancy: 10-15 years, longest being 23 years

When it First Appeared: In the late piacenzain 2 million years ago

Location: This animal can be found in cities, towns, mountains, forest, and grasslands. They live across north america, Europe, and Asia

[Image: common_raven_map.gif]

Taxonomy:

Class:Aves
Clade:Pygostylia
Clade:Ornithothoraces
Clade:Euornithes
Clade:Ornithurae
Clade:Carinatae
Subclass:Neornithes
Infraclass:Neognathae
Clade:Neoaves
Division:Terrestrorniths
Clade:Dendrotinithes
Clade:Australavis
Clade:Eufalcoimorphae
Clade:Psittocopasserae
Order:Passeriformes
Suborder:Passeri
Infraorder:Corvida
Superfamily:Corovoidea
Family:Corovidae
Genus:Corvus
Species:Corvus Corax

Diet: This animal is an omnivore. Everything is on its menu.

Anatomy: The common raven has the largest brain of all aves. This is because of their large hyperpallium in which helps them with their intelligence.

Behavior: This animal is cunning and sneaky. Ravens will use wits and tools in order to get by in the world. Common ravens are more social when young then older, as adults are mostly solitary. Adult common ravens will often argue when they meet, but they will socialize from time to time.

Reproduction: Common ravens begin to mate while still juveniles, however they may not bond for three years. When together commmon ravens mate for life. To court a mate common ravens use intelligence, food, and acrobatic shows. Before nesting common ravens find territory base on resources. They make a deep bowl nest made from different materials, like twigs and deer fur. Their mating season depends on where they live. The common raven lays eggs in cold regions in April but December in warmer regions. Incubation last 18-21 days and young stay with their parents for six months.

Relationship with other animals: Ravens have few predators. Owls, martens, other ravens, humans, lynxes, coyotes, wolves, cougars, and eagles are a few and most eat their eggs.

[Image: common_raven_2.jpg]

A common raven sending a subtle message

Other sources:

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/commo...ifehistory

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/an...mon-raven/

http://www.birdweb.org/birdweb/bird/common_raven

Let's get some more Ravens up in this thread.

I, as per patriotism, demand the Little Raven make an appearance within this thread,

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26-05-2014, 09:22 AM
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Little Raven(requested by Free Thought)

[Image: Corvus_mellori.jpg]

Corvus Mellori

Size:18-19

Weight:1.5-4.4 lbs

Life Expectancy: 20-30 years

When it First Appeared: Not known

Location: These birds live in scrubs, agricultural areas, grazing pasture, woodlands, plains, coasts, and urban areas. They are found in south eastern Australia

[Image: 220px-Corvus_mellori_map.jpg]

Taxonomy:
Class:Aves
Clade:Ornithothoraces
Clade:Euornithes
CLade:Ornithurae
Clade:Carinatae
Subclass:Neornithes
Infraclass:Neognathae
Clade:Neoaves
Divisions:Terrestrorniths
CLade:Dendrotinithes
Clade:Australavis
Clade:Eufalcoimorphae
Clade:Psittocopasserae
Order:Passeriformes
Suborder:Passeri
Infraorder:Corvida
Superfamily:Corovoidea
Family:Corvidae
Genus:Corvus
Species:Corvus Mellori

Diet: This animal is an omivore, but enys vegteable matter more.

Anatomy: This animal, like all ravens, is intelligent due to its brain

Behavior: This bird is playful

Reproduction: This bird will nest in a colony of 15 pairs. Each nest is a few meters apart. The nest is made of plant matter. Young take 3 years to developed their white eyes.

Relationship with other animals: Not known

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http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/species...hp?id=5789

http://www.graemechapman.com.au/library/....php?c=422


http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/22706036/0

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26-05-2014, 09:37 AM
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Sea Wasp

[Image: sea-wasp.jpg]

Chironex Fleckeri

Size:9.8ft

Weight: Not known

Life Expectancy:Less than one year

When if First Appeared:Not known

Location: This animal is pelagic and is found near coastal waters. They are found in Australia and New Guinea.

[Image: 1363px-Chironex_fleckeri_Range_Map.svg.png]

Taxonomy:
Class:Cubozoa
Order:Chirodropida
Family:Chirodropidae
Genus:Chironex
Species:Chironex Fleckeri

Diet: This box jellyfish eats prawns and small fish

Anatomy: This animal has a deadly sting thanks to its cnidocytes. It has 15 of these stinging tentacles. This animal has four eye clusters with about 24 eyes.

Behavior: This jelly fish is solitary. The jellyfish is also diurnal. It is said to sink to the bottom and sleep at night, but this is still disputed.

Reproduction: This animal reproduces sexually and asexually. There sexual reproduction is through copulation. The male will chase and grab the female and will inject spermatophores into the females tentacles. The sea wasp is sexually mature at 5mm in diameter. The mating season is in late July and early August. Gestation last 55 hours, afterwards the female lays a string of eggs. The larvae are pear-shaped. Each young has light sensitive spots and cilia. This animal reproduces asexually when it reaches its polyp stage. During this stage it begins to bud. There is no strobilation in the polyps development. It takes 90 days to reach adulthood.

Relationship with other animals: Sea turtles are the major enemy of the sea wasp, as they eat them and their skin is to thick for the jellyfishes stingers. Humans are killed every year thanks to this animal.'

[Image: box-jellyfish-24M1211-26.jpg]

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Other sources:

http://www.aims.gov.au/docs/projectnet/sea-wasp.html

http://www.jyi.org/issue/the-box-jellyfi...ne-killer/

http://www.jellyfishfacts.net/sea-wasp-jellyfish.html

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26-05-2014, 09:41 AM
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What do you guys think about me doing animals based on what I though of a person at the moment?

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26-05-2014, 09:42 AM
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(26-05-2014 09:37 AM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Sea Wasp

[Image: sea-wasp.jpg]

Chironex Fleckeri

Size:9.8ft

Weight: Not known

Life Expectancy:Less than one year

When if First Appeared:Not known

Location: This animal is pelagic and is found near coastal waters. They are found in Australia and New Guinea.

[Image: 1363px-Chironex_fleckeri_Range_Map.svg.png]

Taxonomy:
Class:Cubozoa
Order:Chirodropida
Family:Chirodropidae
Genus:Chironex
Species:Chironex Fleckeri

Diet: This box jellyfish eats prawns and small fish

Anatomy: This animal has a deadly sting thanks to its cnidocytes. It has 15 of these stinging tentacles. This animal has four eye clusters with about 24 eyes.

Behavior: This jelly fish is solitary. The jellyfish is also diurnal. It is said to sink to the bottom and sleep at night, but this is still disputed.

Reproduction: This animal reproduces sexually and asexually. There sexual reproduction is through copulation. The male will chase and grab the female and will inject spermatophores into the females tentacles. The sea wasp is sexually mature at 5mm in diameter. The mating season is in late July and early August. Gestation last 55 hours, afterwards the female lays a string of eggs. The larvae are pear-shaped. Each young has light sensitive spots and cilia. This animal reproduces asexually when it reaches its polyp stage. During this stage it begins to bud. There is no strobilation in the polyps development. It takes 90 days to reach adulthood.

Relationship with other animals: Sea turtles are the major enemy of the sea wasp, as they eat them and their skin is to thick for the jellyfishes stingers. Humans are killed every year thanks to this animal.'

[Image: box-jellyfish-24M1211-26.jpg]

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Other sources:

http://www.aims.gov.au/docs/projectnet/sea-wasp.html

http://www.jyi.org/issue/the-box-jellyfi...ne-killer/

http://www.jellyfishfacts.net/sea-wasp-jellyfish.html

I kinda feel like I am fuelling the requests.

On the topic of jellyfish; I wanna see the Turritopsis dohrnii and the Irukandji.

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26-05-2014, 09:44 AM
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26-05-2014, 12:01 PM
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(26-05-2014 09:41 AM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  What do you guys think about me doing animals based on what I though of a person at the moment?

Didn't you do this all ready? Also Aardwolf.

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