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41. A To B
Has absolutely nothing to do with Arafel or Babel. However, aardwolvesprobably get really annoyed when people say Oh, aardwolves.

B C D ...

  • A
    Close relative of the hyena that lives almost exclusively on termites, and is usually the second word in most dictionaries.
    Has absolutely nothing to do with Arafel or Babel. However, aardwolves probably get really annoyed when people say "Oh, Aardwolves. They're the ones who come just after Aardvarks in the dictionary". So, in an effort to relieve what must be a terrible annoyance to aardwolves everywhere, this much-neglected creature comes first in our alphabet. [Astatine]
    An addition to a discussion file on Arafel or Babel. A corruption of "Addition" and "Edit". The bit of the BBS' program that writes one is an Additor [Astatine]
    Academic Computing Services, the former name of CICS [Astatine]
    "Queen of the Night" and 1995 Chair of USIT. Infamous for the Wazza Jugs Incident. Generally found wearing "black clothes and tasty boots", according to Gonzo . Generally regarded as looking nicer in a black dress than any other USIT chair - but that's only because Gwendolyn was only ever a techie. Named after some old Sisters Of Mercy song, and not Alice Cooper as was often thought.

42. Aardwolf
If the aardwolf looks like a hyena, it's because aardwolves and hyenas are membersof the same family of creatures. aardwolves are a bit smaller than hyenas.
If the aardwolf looks like a hyena, it's because aardwolves and hyenas are members of the same family of creatures. Aardwolves are a bit smaller than hyenas. But that's just the beginning of how very different aardwolves are. Hyenas hunt in packs, while aardwolves live alone. Hyenas have strong jaws and teeth to gnaw and pull at the tough meat they eat. But the aardwolf's jaws and teeth couldn't chow-down a meal like that if it tried. If the aardwolf looks like a hyena, it's because aardwolves and hyenas are members of the same family of creatures. Aardwolves are a bit smaller than hyenas. But that's just the beginning of how very different aardwolves are. Hyenas hunt in packs, while aardwolves live alone. Hyenas have strong jaws and teeth to gnaw and pull at the tough meat they eat. But the aardwolf's jaws and teeth couldn't chow-down a meal like that if it tried. .

43. Proteles Cristatus (Aardwolf): Narrative
Photographs of aardwolf skulls and a summary of aardwolf facts, from Animal Diversity Web.Category Science Biology Mammalia Carnivora Hyaenidae...... Mass 9 to 14 kg. aardwolves have a yellow/brown coat with several vertical blackstripes. Behavior. aardwolves are nocturnal and so are hard to study.$narrative.h
The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Animal Diversity Web About us ... Glossary
Proteles cristatus
Written by Callan Garcia, Bio108 student Classification Table of Contents
  • Geographic Range
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Natural History
    Geographic Range
    Ethiopian : Eastern and southern Africa
    Physical Characteristics
    Mass: 9 to 14 kg. Aardwolves have a yellow/brown coat with several vertical black stripes. They resemble striped hyenas superficially, but their dentition is different. On the aardwolf's back is a strip of long dark hairs, which form an erectile mane that makes the aardwolf look bigger. Head and body length is 550-800mm and tail length ranges from 200-300mm. Shoulder height is 450-500mm. When attacked, an aardwolf raises the crest on its back, takes up a sideways stance to the attacker and emits a strong unpleasant odor from its anal glands. Natural History
    Food Habits
    The aardwolf feeds on insects, mainly termites and larvae, but won't hesitate to snack on a rodent should come its way.

44. Carnivores
Genus Nimravus, Archaelurus, Dinaelurus, Aelurogale, Pseudaelurus. Family Hyaenidae(Hyenas and aardwolves). Subfamily Protelinae (aardwolves). Genus Proteles.
CARNIVORA In the table below, if the name is in RED , all species in the group are extinct. Superfamily: Canoidea Family: Canidae Genus: Hesperocyon, Enhydrocyon, Amphicyon, Daphoenodon Subfamily: Caninae Genus: Canis Vulpes Urocyon Alopex ... Lycaon Family: Mustelidae Genus: Mustela Vormela Martes Eira ... Enhydra Family: Procyonidae (Raccons and lesser pandas) Family: Ursidae (Bears and giant pandas) Subfamily: Tremarctinae Genus: Tremarctos Arctodus Subfamily: Ursinae Genus: Ursus Subfamily: Ailuropoda Genus: Ailuropoda Subfamily: Agriotheriinae Genus: Ursavus Superfamily: Feloidea Family: Felidae (Cats) Subfamily: Felinae (Common Living cats) Genus: Felis Subfamily: Pantherinae (Other Living cats) Genus: Lynx Neofelis Pardofelis Panthera ... Acinonyx Subfamily: Machairodontinae (Sabre tooth cats) Genus: Similodon, Metailurus, Hoplophoneus, Dinictis, Eusmilus, Machairodus, Megantereon, Homotherium Subfamily: Nimravinae (False sabre tooth cats) Genus: Nimravus, Archaelurus, Dinaelurus, Aelurogale, Pseudaelurus Family: Hyaenidae (Hyenas and aardwolves) Subfamily: Protelinae (Aardwolves) Genus: Proteles Subfamily: Hyaeninae (Hyenas) Genus: Crocuta Hyaena Family: Viverridae (Civets and moongooses) Subfamily: Viverrinae (Civets, genets and linsangs)

45. Family: Hyaenidae
known to live as long as 13 years. aardwolves are classified in the phylum Chordata,subphylum Vertebrata, class Mammalia, order Carnivora, family Hyaenidae.
You are in: Museum of Natural History Hall of Taxonomy Kingdom: Animalia Class: Mammalia ... Family: Hyaenidae
Family: Hyaenidae
This family consists of three 'true' hyaenas and one closely related species known as the aardwolf earth wolf. Research Links FAMILY : Hyaenidae
FAMILY : Hyaenidae. Dental formula Incisor, Canine,
Premolar, Molar, Total. 3/3, 1/1, 4/3, 1/1, 34. The ... Mammal Species of the World
All rights are reserved. [Parent] [Offspring] [Synonyms] Family Hyaenidae. ... carnivore -
... carnivore Hyenas (family Hyaenidae) . Natural history . Hyenas form a relatively
homogeneous family that includes two basic types: the true hyenas (two species ... Hyenas - Family Hyaenidae
Hyenas - Family Hyaenidae. Subfamily Hyaeninae: Genus
Crocuta: Spotted Hyena - Crocuta crocuta: ...
. . . . . ... Hyena Links. University of Michigan s Animal Diversity
Web: Family Hyaenidae. Birmingham Zoo Hyena Links. ... Animal Links - Family Hyaenidae (Hyenas and aardwolf)
Sub-Phylum: Vertebrata. Class: Mammalia. Order: Carnivora. Family: Hyaenidae. ... Natural History of Order Carnivora ... which have a very bad smell. Family Hyaenidae: hyaenas

46. Untitled Document
The only cited study of any carnivore's ability to detect termites is from fieldobservations of aardwolves (Proteles cristatus) in Africa turning upwinc.
EVALUATION OF DOG-ASSISTED SEARCHES AND ELECTRONIC ODOR DEVICES FOR DETECTING THE WESTERN SUBTERRAN TERMITE (ISOPTERA: RHINOTERMITIDAE) VERNARD R. LEWIS, CALVIN F. FOUCHE and RICHARD L. LEMASTER materials and methods results and discussion literature cited footnotes ... figures 1, 2 and 3 ABSTRACT Termite detection in structures is done almost exclusively by visual searches. In California alone, over 1.4 million inspections are conducted each year (1). Depending solely on visual searches to detect termites often results in missed inspections due to oversights and inability to search inaccessible areas. Some estimates suggest that inaccessible areas in homes, i.e., subareas, attics, and covered walls may exceed 45% of the total area searched during inspection (2). Acoustic emission (AK) detection has shown promise in laboratory investigations (5, 6,10,12,14, 16, 18, 20). Unfortunately, this technology is only useful for locations within boards. Improvements in sensor probes are needed to minimize damage to wall coverings and for probing areas within boards, deep below the surface. In addition, field verification studies are needed. AE technology is currently not commercially ava~lable. Future detection methods that may allow for the non-destructive searching of entire walls include microwaves, infrared, and laser technologies (11). Two additional non-visual detection methods are being marketed, dog-assisted termite searches using beagles and electronic odor devices. Both methods exploit gases given offby subterranean termites. The use of dogs for detecting insects is not a new innovation to entomology. Dogs have been used to detect gypsy moth, Porthetria dispar (L.), egg cases (21) and screwworm, Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel), larvae (22).

47. Lanier
Scent marking, the physical act of depositing a social odor, may serve to intimidatenonclan aardwolves as well as synchronize female estrus (Sliwa and
A Review of Mammalian Scent Marking
Jennifer L. Lanier
Abstract Keywords
: Mammal, pheromone, communication, behavior, scent marking, scent odor Introduction Researchers of chemical ecology tend to study insects. This has been due to several factors, of which moral concerns, quantity, and life span are but a few. Insect models are more accessible to researchers as they are relatively less complex have a short lifespan, tend to be ‘hard wired’ behaviorally (are more instinctual), and are prolific. Due to the absence of the "fuzzy factor" which elicits feelings of warmth and protection, insects typically illicit an aversion reaction in humans, that culminate in being squished. The "fuzzy factor" can be attributed to large eyes, an infantile head, a short nose, a soft rounded look, and a possible innate instinct in humans to hold and protect small cute animals (Temple Grandin, personal communication). Insects can be studied in controlled laboratory conditions without raising an ethical and moral concern. Whereas, most mammals elicit the "fuzzy factor" in humans and as thus are often considered unacceptable as research animals. The study of mammalian chemical ecology has been primarily field behavioral observations with some chemical analysis and identification. The study of mammalian scent marking has resulted in several hypotheses about the role of scent marks, as well as some understanding about when and where they occur. Mammalian semiochemicals (chemicals used for communication) are not the same as pheromones in that they are often a mixture of chemical compounds, and the response they invoke is not scripted. Scripting refers to pre-programmed behavioral responses to detection of specific scents and/or pheromones. The use and interpretation of scent marks by mammals is dependent on past experience, context, and age of animal (Beauchamp et al., 1976). A few of the chemical compounds that form various carnivore scent marks have been isolated (Goodwin et al., 1999; Rasmussen et al., 1997a; Gorman and Trowbridge, 1989).

48. Aardwolf
chewing meat. Its fangs are still well developed, and it uses themto defend its territory from other aardwolves. The Aardwolf's
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The Aardwolf Aardwolf feels threatened or scared. The Aardwolf stands at 40-50 cm from the shoulder with a tail length of 20-25 cm and has a length of 65-80cm from nose to tail and weighs between 8 to 12 kg. It resembles a small striped Hyena.
This limited diet means the Aardwolf has a very restricted range and can only live where these two species of termites are abundant. On an average night an aardwolf can consume anywhere from 200 000 to 300 000 termites. By using their acute hearing the Aardwolf is able to detect termites in the ground and then using their broad, sticky tongue they lap them up. The Aardwolf also is known to eat other animals such as mice, small birds, eggs, and carrion.
Since the male and female Aardwolf are solitary, shy and elusive not much is known about their social behavior, but it is believed that mating occurs throughout the year. Gestation lasts for 90-100 days and 2 to 4 cubs are produced. When the cubs are weaned both parents feed them regurgitated termites.
Aardwolves are nocturnal, solitary foragers, only coming together to mate and rear young. They are sometimes seen in pairs or small groups. The Aardwolf has never developed a clan system like the spotted and striped hyenas because of their strict diet of termites. Since food cannot be shared or brought back to the den, aardwolves must travel and forage by themselves. Their dens are normally enlarged springhare burrows, but they also frequent disused

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50. Aardwolf Skull Replica From Skulls Unlimited
exists mainly on termites. aardwolves resemble striped hyenas superficially,but their dentition is different. This resident of
Aardwolf Skull - The aardwolf is a small fragile creature who exists mainly on termites. Aardwolves resemble striped hyenas superficially, but their dentition is different. This resident of Sub-Sahara Africa prefers open sandy plains and bush country.
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Aardwolf Family: Hyaenidae Proteles cristatus Average Skull Length: 13.5cm

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52. Aardwolf
During more than 4000 miles of nighttime spotlight surveys of thegrasslands of the Reserve, Sipho observed only four aardwolves!
Aardwolf The aardwolf Proteles cristatus is a poorly studied and often misunderstood carnivore of southern Africa. The Institute for Wildlife Studies currently cooperates with the Malolotja Nature Reserve in Swaziland in their study of the nocturnal Aardwolf. Inclement weather is a standard experience at Malolotja, especially during the late afternoons, which then makes it difficult for visual observations of the animals. Wildlife researcher Sipho Nana Matsebula, working under the direction of Dr. Ara Monadjem of the University of Swaziland, has only seen the elusive aardwolf a few times. However, he also kept detailed records of other nocturnal animals occurring in the reserve: primarily the black-backed jackal (Canis mesomelas), followed by serval, caracal, slender mongoose and the large spotted genet. During more than 4000 miles of nighttime spotlight surveys of the grasslands of the Reserve, Sipho observed only four aardwolves! Nighttime observations (sunset to midnight) of active dens and middens (i.e. ‘latrines’) were conducted for a total of 21 nights, but unfortunately no aardwolf was seen. Daytime walks have also been conducted to identify signs of aardwolf occupation. More than 15 000 hectares of the reserve have now been searched for possible aardwolf signs. In his latest report, Sipho writes: "Although sightings of the animals are very limited, new and active signs of their presence are being identified and recorded. Seven territories have been found so far, of which six are active. All these territories are located in open grasslands. All of them have a river or a small stream running through them. They are all found between hills or next to hills. Combined, these territories cover an area of about 1 400 hectares which is about 8% of the total area of the reserve. "

53. Tim's Page
It lives in a pack of forty to fifty aardwolves. This means it is nocturnal. The maleAardwolf does all the hunting while the female aardwolves watch the pups.
Hi, my name is Tim. I'm eight years old. My hobbies are soccer and football. I like chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. I hope you like my work. The Aardwolf by Tim T he Aardwolf is a cute animal because it has a puppy's face and the body of a dog. It has tan fur and black stripes. It has a one foot long tail that is very bushy. It has tall ears and a slim body. It is like a hyena because it has tall front legs and short back legs. The word Aardwolf means "earth wolf". When it is scared its hair stands up. The Aardwolf is a shy creature and hides when it senses its enemy. It kills its prey by slashing its throat. Its diet is bugs and small mammals. I think the Aardwolf is a neat animal to study. T he Aardwolf lives in the habitat of the Highlands , Dry Grasslands and the Deserts of Africa. It can be found in South Africa, Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Mali, Mauritania, Western Sahara, Senegal, Burkina, Botswana, Namibia, Somalia, Lesotho and Swaziland. The Aardwolf and the Hyena live in the same places. It can't live anywhere else because it is the only habitat that contains its food. I think the Aardwolf has a busy life. T he Aardwolf is a mammal. The Aardwolf is warm-blooded. The Aardwolf has two to four babies. It lives in a pack of forty to fifty Aardwolves. The Aardwolf lives in a burrow that is like an ant hole, but larger. It is a good home because it has an entrance that only the Aardwolf can fit through. The Aardwolf spends its days sleeping and nights hunting. This means it is nocturnal. The male Aardwolf does all the hunting while the female Aardwolves watch the pups. When the babies are born, they are blind and can't hunt. The Aardwolf is both the prey and the predator because it eats bugs and small mammals and is the prey to the lions. The Aardwolf protects itself by going into its burrow. The Aardwolf can live in the wild for forty years. I would not like to be this animal because I would be eaten by lions.

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55. NWF - International Wildlife Magazine - Cats, Black-footed
I had come to know this area intimately while studying nocturnalaardwolves for a threeyear doctoral thesis. In those hundreds

56. Elfwood: 'Aardwolf' By Rhonda L. Likins
Duh! Comment From The Artist Have you ever seen a picture of this animal? Youmisspelled it by the way. You don't think aardwolves don't have stripes?

57. - Medical Dictionary - Search Results...
and insect larvae. aardwolves somewhat resemble hyenas. of South andinsect larvae. aardwolves somewhat resemble hyenas. abasia The

58. Jeff's Journal
cover of it's dwelling. Although aardwolves look like foxes, they arenot relatives of canines but relatives of hyenas. Due to the
Nzaland, South Africa: Aardwolf Hey adventure seekers! I arrived at the Nzaland, which means "sacred rocks" in South Africa
in a hot-air balloon. They call the Nzaland the Valley Of The Elephants, but I had come
to find a much smaller and more rare creature, the aardwolf.
I got off to an amazing start in spotting an African lion cub, which I didn't hang around
too long because I could see mom was close by and not exactly thrilled to see us.
I decided to trek another cat; this time it was an adult African Leopard. The leopard
stalks it's prey in the grass. It seemed to think I was a good target for it, but I stood
my ground. Since the leopard saw I wasn't backing down, it walked away.
This was one of my most challenging encounters. It was important, even as the leopard was
coming toward me, that I not show fear. If it sees you as something weak, you're a goner.
Good thing I knew when to take charge. Fortunately, the leopard walked off, but I don't encourage you to try this yourself. My close encounter with the leopard left me looking around for some first aid just in case. The flesh of the false marva tree acts as an antibiotic. If you are bleeding, cut

59. ENO Chat 21 MAR
1213 PM Rowan Beamish what r aardwolves then. 1218 PM MikaVanhanen how many aardwolves there are in Southa Africa, Janet?
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60. The Keep: Geckos I Have Known
aardwolves are carnivores but their jaws and teeth are too weak tocrush anything but insects. Termites are their favorite food.
Geckos I Have Known
This was my very first Tokay gecko. He was a lovely green color with a neat striped tail, which he often left looped over the edge of my Sohmer piano, behind which he lived. None of my Tokays have had names, being, as they are, something between a roommate and a nocturnal extermination service that is rarely seen. I've only had one at a time, and they have each been known simply as, "the gecko."
The Tokay gecko is native to southeast Asia, where they commonly run freely in homes in rural areas because they feed on bothersome insects and small rodents, as well as other lizards. They are largest gecko and can reach lengths of 16", although captive Tokays are generally smaller. The Tokay has large eyes on top of either side of its head and large external ear openings and both senses are highly acute. Which doesn't really explain why my first gecko lived behind my piano.
Tokays are known for their nasty temperament, biting the hand that feeds, cleans or otherwise comes into anything resembling close proximity to them. Equipped with numerous sharp little shark-like teeth and powerful jaws, they bite and hang on, letting go only if and when it suits them. When they open their mouths, you can see right down their gullets which, like this one, are always blood-red.
Tokays come in different markings. This is a beautiful albino, named Harold, who was companion to my friend Mark. Despite the Tokay's reputation for aggression, Mark tamed Harold so that he could be touched, picked up, and even held. Harold didn't seem to mind being touched or picked up, but he always looked a little baffled as to why anyone would want to hold him, and sometimes expressed his bafflement by turning around and gnawing on Mark's knuckles just short of breaking the skin. (The gnaws were pretty painful, anyway, gauging from Mark's reactions to them.)

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