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The Hyena Pages -- The Aardwolf An information page on the aardwolf, Proteles cristatus. and it uses them to defend its territory from other aardwolves. aardwolves live entirely on two species of termites. http://www.liberalmafia.org/hyenas/aardwolf.html
Extractions: @import "hyena.css"; Hey, why is this page so ugly Scientific name: Proteles cristatus An aardwolf, by Mella Panzella. (Ms. Panzella, if you have any objections to your photo being used here, please email me.) It looks like a miniature striped hyena, but it's not. The aardwolf (the name means "earth-wolf" in Afrikaans) is so highly adapted to eating termites that its teeth, except for its canines, have dwindled to mere pegs incapable of chewing meat. Its fangs are still well-developed, and it uses them to defend its territory from other aardwolves. Aardwolves live entirely on two species of termites. One of these species goes dormant during the cooler winter, so they then switch to the other species for sustenance. This very restricted diet means that the species has a very retricted range it can only live where these two species of termites do. An aardwolf doesn't have powerful claws or forelegs like an anteater or aardvark, so it can't dig out the termites. It has to stand beside or on top of the mound to lick up what it can. Aardwolves live in burrows in the earth, and come out only at night.
The Hyena Pages -- Main Page Facts and photos of spotted hyenas, brown hyenas, and aardwolves, as well as pages on hyena evolution and folklore. http://www.liberalmafia.org/hyenas/hyena.html
Extractions: @import "hyena.css"; The Spotted Hyena FAQ Spotted Hyenas: some facts and photos The Brown Hyena Brown Hyenas: some facts and photos ... Liberal Mafia Home Page Hey, why is this page so ugly Looking for a Web designer to do pro bono work for your nonprofit/charity organization? Check out my resume and some samples of my work. Why a Web site for hyenas? Wolves have plenty of sites on the Web. Hyenas are at least as interesting as wolves. But in 1995, I looked in vain for hyena info on the Web, so I created some. Until the last thirty years, spotted hyenas were misunderstood. Scientists thought they were "cowardly" scavengers (they kill most of their own food, and can take a carcass from a whole pride of lionesses). Male dominance was supposed to be a law of nature (spotted hyenas, like a lot of animals, are female-dominant). They were of little interest to zoologists (actually, they raise interesting, important questions). For me, spotted hyenas are a bit like Baba Yaga in Russian folklore ugly, frightening, powerful, strangely attractive. And like Baba Yaga, the Wild Old Woman or Hag, they have important things to teach us about why mammals become social in the first place, the reasons for male and female dominance in different species, even how sex hormones work.
Extractions: Animals of Africa Hyenas Chemical capture of the aardwolf - Information on the aardwolf, and proper procedures for catching wild aardwolves using tranquilizing darts, from the online version of the Capture and Care Manual. Crocuta crocuta (Spotted Hyena) - Photographs and information (range, physical characteristics, food habits, reproduction, behavior, habitat) about the spotted hyena from Animal Diversity Web. Fact Sheet Hyena (Striped) - The Living Desert's striped hyena fact sheet, with video file and range map. Family Hyena - General information about the Spotted Hyena. Female Hyenas and Male Hormones, A Strange Combination - Article on the "masculinized" female spotted hyena, and how this strange anatomy both helps and hinders her ability to raise cubs. Hyaenidae - Anatomy, behavior and taxonomy of hyenas, from the Animal Diversity Web on the University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology site.
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Extractions: David Dailey's Public Domain Images Counts: Video:0 Audio:0 sites:4 Aardwolf University of Michigan Animal Diversity Web Detailed narrative on Aardwolf; includes food, habitat, and behavioral information Aardwolf The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens Narrative on Aardwolf; includes habitat, food, and behavioral information Aardwolf American Zoo and Aquarium Association Detailed information on Aardwolf; habitat, range, diet, social organization Aardwolf Photography of Wildlife in Africa by Thys van der Merwe Enjoy this picture of two really cute Aardwolf pups
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Extractions: Fascinating facts about aardwolves Proteles cristatus Size 33-41 inches (including 8-12" tail); Height 15-20"; Weight 17-26 lbs. Range Eastern and southern Africa. Habitat Open country and grassland; also savanna, scrub, and rocky areas. Diet Almost exclusively termites and insect larvae. Will occasionally eat eggs of ground nesting birds, small rodents and reptiles. Life Span Up to 13 years. Status Considered rare in some areas because of human hunting and habitat destruction. Anatomy Its claws are not strong enough to tear open termite mounds so it must lick them off surfaces or dig them out of soft soil. Has a long tacky tongue to lick up termites. The jaws are weak and the cheek teeth are very small and widely spaced but the canine teeth are sharp and reasonably powerful. Senses Appears to locate its prey mainly by sound, but the strong-smelling defence secretions of soldier termites probably provide an additional stimulus. Habits Solitary except when raising young. Marks territory with scent from anal glands and dung.
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Vindex, De Vindplaats Van Het Nederlandse Web Omschrijving Facts and photos of spotted hyenas, brown hyenas, andaardwolves, as well as pages on hyena evolution and folklore. http://www.vindex.nl/dir/Science/Biology/Flora_and_Fauna/Animalia/Chordata/Mamma