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Which pet animals hear ultrasounds exceptionally well? Cats! Cats are nocturnal predators and therefore have excellent hearing, among the best of any mammal. They can detect an extremely broad range of frequencies, ranging from 55 Hz to 79 kHz. This is far more than  humans (31 Hz - 18 kHz), and dogs (67 Hz - 44 kHz). Cats ability to hear ultrasound is probably important in hunting, since many species of rodents make ultrasonic calls.

Which pet animals hear ultrasound exceptionally well?

Which pets lack a sweet taste receptor? Cats! Domestic cats are neither attracted to, nor show avoidance of the taste of sweet carbohydrates and high-intensity sweeteners. Recordings from cat taste nerve fibers demonstrate responses to salty, sour, and bitter stimuli, but show no response to sugars. Other than that, the sense of taste in cats appears similar to that of other mammals.

Which pets lack a sweet taste receptor?

Which mammal has the fattest milk? Seal! Sea mammals are warm-blooded, but live in cold waters - so they really need the isolating layer of fat. Dolphin milk contains 35% of fat, seal and whale - up to 50%. It is twelve times more than in human or cow milk.

Which mammal has the fattest milk? Sea mammals are warm-blooded, but live in cold waters - so they really need the isolating layer of fat. Dolphin milk contains of fat, seal and whale - up to It is twelve times more than in human or cow milk.

When did the wooly mammoth became extinct? 1650 BC! The woolly mammoth was the last among mammoth species. They have vanished from Europe and southern Siberia about 10,000 years ago, but a small population survived on St. Paul Island, Alaska, up until 3750 BC, and the small mammoths of Wrangel Island survived until 1650 BC. They were still around when the Egyptian Pytamids were being built.

When did the wooly mammoth became extinct?

When were #dingos introduced to Australia? 3500 years ago! Dingos were introduced to #Australia from Southern Asia with one of the waves of human settlement thousands of years ago, when dogs were still relatively undomesticated and closer to their wild Asian gray wolf parent species. They developed features and instincts that distinguish them from all other #canines.

When were dingos introduced to Australia?

How many species of the cat family hunt in groups? One! Only lions live and hunt in groups. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males.

How many species of the cat family hunt in groups? Only lions live and hunt in groups. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males.

Which mammal is venomous and dangerous to humans? Platypus! The venom produced in the crural glands of the male platypus is not lethal to humans. However, it produces excruciating pain which does not respond even to morphine; sometimes the pain develops into a long-lasting hyperalgesia that can persist for months. Some biologists suggest that the venom may work directly on the brain's pain receptors. Other venomous mammals are small insectivores and vampire bats, which produce toxic saliva.

Which mammal is venomous and dangerous to humans?

Where can you spot this species of hummingbirds? In the United States! All hummingbirds are endemic to the Americas.

Where can you spot this species of hummingbirds? All hummingbirds are endemic to the Americas.

Komodo dragon (varanus komodoensis) is the largest living species of lizard. Where is its natural habitat? Indonesian Islands! While a few Komodo Dragons live in zoos, the lizard's native habitat is the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Flores, Padar and some of the Lesser Sunda islands.

Komodo dragon (varanus komodoensis) is the largest living species of lizard. Where is its natural habitat?

How many species of animals belong to Giraffidae family (where giraffe belongs)? two! This family, once a diverse group spread throughout Eurasia and Africa, presently comprises only two extant members, the giraffe (the only living species of Giraffa) and the okapi (pictured, the only living species of Okapia).

How many species of animals belong to Giraffidae family (where giraffe belongs)?

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