The Harpy Eagle’s talons are as large as the claws of a Grizzly Bear.
Harpy Eagles build large nests that can measure 5 ft (1.5 m) across and 4 ft (1.2 m) deep.
The Harpy Eagle’s talons are as large as the claws of a Grizzly Bear. Harpy Eagles build large nests that can measure 5 ft (1.5 m) across and 4 ft (1.2 m) deep.
Young Kemp’s ridley turtles may spend up to two years—until they are about 8 inches long—in beds of sargassum seaweed, where they can find food and refuge from predators.
Temperatures of the sand where the turtles nest determine the sex of the turtle. If the sand’s temperature is below 85 degrees Fahrenheit, the hatchlings will be predominately male; sand temperatures above 85 degrees Fahrenheit produce predominately female hatchlings..
Young Kemp’s ridley turtles may spend up to two years—until they are about 8 inches long—in beds of sargassum seaweed, where they can find food and refuge from predators. Temperatures of the sand where the turtles nest determine the sex of the turtle. If the sand’s temperature is below 85 degrees Fahrenheit, the hatchlings will be predominately male; sand temperatures above 85 degrees Fahrenheit produce predominately female hatchlings..
•	Of all primates, a gorilla’s feet bear the most resemblance to those of humans.
•	A female mountain gorilla may produce just two to six offspring over her 40-year lifespan. Males, which often breed with harems of three to four different females, increase their reproductive output by fathering 10–20 offspring over 50 years
• Of all primates, a gorilla’s feet bear the most resemblance to those of humans. • A female mountain gorilla may produce just two to six offspring over her 40-year lifespan. Males, which often breed with harems of three to four different females, increase their reproductive output by fathering 10–20 offspring over 50 years
Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys are both terrestrial and arboreal, which means they spend their time on land and in trees
Over the past 40 years, the population of Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys has decreased by 50%.
Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys are both terrestrial and arboreal, which means they spend their time on land and in trees Over the past 40 years, the population of Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys has decreased by 50%.
Condors are fastidious birds - after eating they clean their heads and necks by rubbing them on grass, rocks or tree
California condors can soar on warm updrafts for hours, reaching speeds of more than 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) per hour and altitudes of 15,000 feet (4572 meters).
Condors are fastidious birds - after eating they clean their heads and necks by rubbing them on grass, rocks or tree California condors can soar on warm updrafts for hours, reaching speeds of more than 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) per hour and altitudes of 15,000 feet (4572 meters).
Northern fur seals sleep on their backs while floating along the surface with their fins sticking out of the water. This is called the
Northern fur seals sleep on their backs while floating along the surface with their fins sticking out of the water. This is called the "jug-handle" position.
About half the population of Finless Porpoises have pink eyes.
Finless Porpoises mainly inhabit coastal waters, but have also been found in rivers and estuaries.
Calves have been observed riding on the backs of their mothers as they swim.
About half the population of Finless Porpoises have pink eyes. Finless Porpoises mainly inhabit coastal waters, but have also been found in rivers and estuaries. Calves have been observed riding on the backs of their mothers as they swim.