Animals Categories : Letter P

  • Przewalski’s Horse

    Most horses are fully domesticated, meaning that they live alongside humans and are more at home in a barn or a stable than out on the open grasslands. Some horses, such as the American mustang, are feral—meaning that they were once domesticated and now live in the wild. Unlike all…

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  • Pallas’s Cat

    Also called the manul, the steppe cat, or the rock wildcat, Pallas’s cats get their name from the naturalist Peter Simon Pallas. Native to the wide Eurasion steppe, Pallas’s cats are small but effective predators. They are carnivores who feed on smaller mammals, especially pika. While they may look quite…

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  • Poisonous and venomous insects and spiders

    Stop complaining about mosquitoes and gnats. You may hate getting stung by a bee but your interaction with an insect can be far worse. The Science of Forensic Entomology (a textbook co-authored by biologist David Rivers) has a separate chapter about insects that produce toxins capable of killing people under…

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  • Parrots lack vocal cords so how do they manage to talk?

    The brains of parrots are among the most complex. Talking is a form of socialization for them, but they don't talk to all species. Meow is the exclusive way of communicating with humans for cats but parrots don’t communicate with humans in one exclusive way. Parrots have developed the capability…

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  • Panda Ant is actually Incredibly Tough

    The Panda ant is an interesting insect with a misleading name. It is not a Panda but actually a species of velvet ant, and a velvet ants are not ants at all-but wasps. Still the Panda ants are fuzzy appearance and distinct white and black colourings similar to that of…

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  • Partridge

    Plump, mid size birds with curved bills, patridges live in a variety of habitats around the world, including forests, grasslands and rocky plains. Adults eat seeds, leaves and invertebrates, while chicks feeds mostly on insects. Read more here https://www.animalsatozforkids.com/partridge/  

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  • Partridge

    Plump, midsize birds with curved bills, partridges live in a variety of habitats around the world, including forests, grasslands, and rocky plains. Despite what you may have heard about pear trees, the 56 partridge species are ground-dwellers, using their short, sturdy legs and strong claws to dig for food or make nests.…

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  • Parrot- Blog

    hey guys, check out this article on the PARROT: The parrot is a medium sized group of birds, with the parrot being best known for its extremely brightly colored feathers, and the ability of some parrot species to talk, as these species are able to mimic sounds made by other…

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  • Praying mantis

    The Praying mantis is any insect of the order Mantodea. There are over over 2,400 species in about 430 genera in 30 families. The closest relatives of mantises are the termites and cockroaches. The Praying mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at…

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  • Panda ant

    The Panda ant is an interesting insect with a misleading name. It is not a panda but actually a species of velvet ant, and velvet ant are not ants at all—but wasps. Still, the Panda ant has a fuzzy appearance and distinct black and white colourings similar to that of…

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  • Polar bear

    The Polar bear is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. They are very strong swimmers, and their large front paws, which they use to paddle, are slightly webbed. Some Polar bears have been…

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  • Pink-toed tarantula

    The Pink-toed tarantula is a small arboreal species native to the rain-forests of South America and the Southern Caribbean. This species is sometimes called the Guyana pink-toe, common pink-toe, or South American pink-toe. The mature pink-toe tarantula has a dark-colored body and pinkish feet, hence its name. Juvenile specimens, however,…

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  • Pangolin

    Pangolins just might be some of the planet’s oddest creatures. They resemble a reptile because they’re covered with scales. When threatened, they roll into a tight ball like a roly-poly bug. But these funny animals are neither reptiles nor insects. They’re mammals. Pangolins eat ants, termites, and larvae. They have…

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  • Parrot

    The parrot is a medium sized group of birds, with the parrot being best known for its extremely brightly colored feathers, and the ability of some parrot species to talk, as these species are able to mimic sounds made by other animals such as humans. There are thought to be…

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  • Platypus

    The platypus, (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) sometimes referred to as the Duck-Billed Platypus, is a semi aquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia and Tasmania. Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth…

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