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12-09-2014, 08:22 PM
RE: Metazoa info
†Ohmdenosaruas liasicus

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Size:4m long and 1m tall

Weight:Not known

Life expectancy:Not known

When it first appeared:The animal was found in Germany

Taxonomy:
Class:Reptilia
Clade:Sauropsida
Clade:Eureptilia
Clade:Romeriida
Clade:Diapsida
Clade:Neodaipsida
Clade:Archosauromorpha
Clade:Archosauriformes
Clade:Crutotarsi
Clade:Archosauria
Clade:Avemetatarsalia
Clade:Dinosauromorpha
Clade:Dinosauria
Order:Saurischa
Suborder:†Sauropodomorpha
Clade:†Plateosauria
Clade:†Massopoda
Clade:†Archisauria
Infraorder:†Sauropoda
Clade:†Gravisauria
Family:†Vulcanodontidae
Genus:†Ohmendosaurus
Species:†Ohmendosaurus liasicus

Diet:This animal ate many plant organism in its environment

Anatomy:Compared to other sauropods it was small, the smallest of all sauropods in fact.

Behavior:It is not known whether it was solitary or social, but like most sauropods it browse and moved most of its life

Reproduction:Not known

Relationship with other animals:not known

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Other sources:

http://www.prehistoric-wildlife.com/spec...aurus.html

http://ageofdinosaurs.com/dinosaurs/ohmdenosaurus.htm

http://www.dinodictionary.com/dinos_o.asp

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12-09-2014, 09:11 PM
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†Homo floreiensis

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Size:1.1m

Weight:30-35kg

Life expectancy:Not known

When it first appeared: 94.000 years ago

Location:Hobbits were found in Flores in Indonesia

Taxonomy:
Class:Mammalia
Clade:Holotheria
Superlegion:Trechnotheria
Legion:Cladotheria
Sublegion:Zatheria
Infralegion:Tribosphenida
Subclass:Theria
Clade:Eutheria
Infraclass:Placentalia
Subcohort:Exfropacentalia
Magnorder:Boreoeutheria
Superorder:Euarchontoglires
Grandorder:Euarchonta
Miorder:Primotomorpha
Order:Primates
Suborder:Haplorrhini
Infraorder:Simiiformes
Parvorder:Catarrhini
Superfamily:Hominoidea
Family:Hominidae
Subfamily:Homininae
Tribe:Hominini
Genus:Homo
Species:†Homo floresiensis

Diet:Like other members of homo, this animal ate both meat and plant matter

Anatomy: There is a reason this animal is called a hobbit, and that is because this ape was small. Its bones were different from other members of homo do to its structure. For example the wrist,shoulders, and arms were more like that of chimpanzees than other members of homo. In fact its taxonomy is in question because of this

Behavior: This ape was social. This animal would act like other members of homo. Hunting. gathering, and playing with other members of its family

Reproduction: Not known

Relationship with other animals: This animal has given myths to humans in the area because of their looks.

[Image: Hobbit2sm.jpg]

Lord of the rings, but real and not so sucky

Other sources:

http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/huma...oresiensis

http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge...l-91387735

http://www.becominghuman.org/node/homo-f...nsis-essay

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12-09-2014, 11:12 PM
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12-09-2014, 11:46 PM
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(12-09-2014 11:12 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  [Image: banana2-1.jpg]

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21-10-2014, 03:36 PM
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Common Barn Owl

[Image: barn-owl.jpg]

Tyto alba

Size:33-39cm lenght 80-95cm wingspan

Weight:360-640 grams

Life expectancy:2 years

When if first appeared:Not known

Location:Barn Owls are found in urban and forest areas. They are found all over south american and Australia, up to southern Canada in north america, all over africa , the middle east, india south eastern asia, and europe

[Image: Barn%20Owl.jpg]

Taxonomy:
Class:Aves
Clade:Avebrevicauda
Clade:Pygostylia
Clade:Ornithothoraces
Clade:Euornithes
Clade:Ornithurae
Clade:Carinatae
Subclass:Neornithes
Infraclass:Neognathae
Superorder:Neoaves
(unranked):Strigimorphae
Order:Strigiformes
Family:Tytondae
Subfamily:Tytomnae
Genus:Tyto
Species:Tyto alba

Anatomy: Like all owls, this animal is a perfect hunter. It has a flat face used to reflect sound waves to its ears. Its ears are sensitive and it has one higher than the other . the wings of the barn owl are rounded so that it has silent flight. This animal has evolved to be a killer.

Behavior: this animal is usually solitary. Barn owls are usually nocturnal, but some have been seen during the day. When they are awake they scan the area to find prey.

Reproduction:The mating of common barn owl's depends on where the owl lives. Common barn owls in the tropics for example, can mate at any time. In temperate climates, the mating is stricter, being around March to June. The time the owls mate also depend on the population of rodents in the area, the higher the population, the more likely owls will mate. Females usually are ready to mate at ten to eleven months. Males mate a year afterwards. Common barn owls are monogamous. Males will defend their territory until dusk. Common barn owls make their nest in cavities. Before laying eggs, the female will stay near the nest. Males will take care of her and will stay on the branch near the nest. The females lay up to two to nine eggs, but usually lay a clutch of five. The young stay with the mom for nine weeks.

Relationships with other animals: This animal controls the population of rodents in the area. These animals have also made it into human stories and fables.

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Other sources:

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/ac...Tyto_alba/

http://www.owlpages.com/owls.php?genus=T...ecies=alba

http://www.owlinstitute.org/barn-owl.html

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21-10-2014, 03:46 PM
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I saw an owl once. I was shocked at how small it was.

I guess I expected it be like huge, the owl on Winnie the Pooh or something like that.


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21-10-2014, 03:52 PM (This post was last modified: 21-10-2014 03:58 PM by Chas.)
RE: Metazoa info
(21-10-2014 03:46 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  I saw an owl once. I was shocked at how small it was.

I guess I expected it be like huge, the owl on Winnie the Pooh or something like that.

They come in all sizes from the tiny sawhet ...

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... to the carry-your-cat-away great horned.

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21-10-2014, 03:56 PM
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(21-10-2014 03:52 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(21-10-2014 03:46 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  I saw an owl once. I was shocked at how small it was.

I guess I expected it be like huge, the owl on Winnie the Pooh or something like that.

They come in all sizes from tiny to carry-your-cat-away.

Some owls are even known to come in multiple sizes.
A la, the Northern White-faced owl.

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