* African Elephants eat Grasses, leaves, bark, roots. And they eat common fruit like Banana and Sugercane. They eat to 300-400 lbs per day.
Beluga whales are diverse eaters, with more than 100 prey species identified including salmon, capelin, herring, shrimp, Arctic cod, flounder, and even crab. They feed in both open water and deep water.
* The Blue Whale eats shrimp, fish, and squid, and other things in the sea or ocean.
Dolphins eat fish, shrimp, tiny squid, and more like seaweed rarely when there’s no fish.
Grizzly Bears eat grass, leaves, fish, salmon and more.
Kola’s eat branches, leaves, fruits, and insects.
* Ring-tailed lemurs eat fruits, leaves, and occasionally insects.
* Gorillas stick to a mainly vegetarian diet, feeding on stems, bamboo shoots and fruits. Western lowland gorillas, however, also have an appetite for termites and ants, and break open termite nests to eat the larvae.
Killer whales eat a wide variety of fishes, from surface-swimming salmon to bottom- dwelling halibut. They frequently prey on cod, hake, herring, and smelt.
WHALE The diet of whales depends on their species; it can range from microscopic plankton to large whales live in all of the world's oceans. They marine mammals.
ENDANGERED ANIMALS :They eat grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots. Elephants are also known to eat crops like banana and sugarcane which are grown by farmers. Adult elephants eat 300- 400 lbs Elephants form deep family bonds and live in tight matriarchal family groups of related females called a herd.
PANDA Pandas eat bamboo. Since giant pandas have the digestive system of a carnivore, they do not have the ability to digest cellulose (plant matter) efficiently and thus derive little energy and little protein from consumption of bamboo. So, the average giant panda has to eat as much as 20 to 45 lbs (9-20 kg) of bamboo shoots a day.
WOLF Wolves eat ungulates, or large hoofed mammals, like elk, deer, moose and caribou. Wolves are also known to eat beaver, rabbits and other small prey. Wolves are also scavengers.
Grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots. African savannah elephants are found in savanna zones in 37At the turn of the 20th century, there were a few million African elephants and about 100,000 Asian elephant.
The diet of whales depends on their species; it can range from microscopic plankton to large marine Many whales, especially baleen whales, tend to migrate long distances from their cold-water feeding grounds to warm-water breeding grounds each year.
Grizzly bears are omnivores, and their diet can vary widely. They may eat seeds, berries, roots, grasses, fungi, deer, elk, fish, dead animals and insects. In the late summer and early fall, grizzlies enter hyperhagia, a period of 2-4 months when they intensify their calorie.
Wolves eat ungulates, or large hoofed mammals, like elk, deer, moose and caribou. Wolves are also known to eat beaver, rabbits and other small prey. Wolves are also scavengers and often eat animals that have died due to other causes like starvation and disease.
Krill fish and squid. In general, penguins closer to the equator eat more fish and penguins closer to Antarctica eat more The penguin species with the highest population is the Macaroni penguin with 11,654,000 pairs quid and krill.
Elephant African savannah elephants are found in savannah zones in 37 countries south of the Sahara Desert. African forest elephants inhabit the dense rainforests of west and central Africa. The Asian elephant is found in India, Sri Lanka, China and much of Southeast
Whale whales breathe air into lungs, They are warm-blooded, Feed their young milk They Live in oceans
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AFRICAN ELEPHANT Elephants eat bamboo, leaves, roots, bark, and grass. Did you know that elephants had big tusks that are strong as bones. Elephants use tusks to defend them selves or to defend the young elephants.
BLUE WHALE Blue Whales are known as the most largest mammals in the ocean. Did you know that Blue Whales are over 110 feet long and over 150 tons. Blue Whales can probably eat anything
BELUGA WHALE Beluga whales eat whatever fish species are most common including salmon, eulachon, tomcod, smelt, char, rainbow sole, whitefish, saffron and arctic cod, herring, shrimp, mussels and octopus. Some Beluga Whales are distinguished from there white skin.
DOLPHIN Dolphins consume a variety of prey including fish, squid and crustaceans. Almost every dolphins have highly intelligence and have jumps that are at least two or three feet off the water.
Habitat loss is one of the key threats facing elephants. Many climate change projections indicate that key portions become significantly hotter and drier, resulting in poorer foraging conditions and threatening calf survival. Increasing conflict with human populations taking over more and more elephant habitat and poaching for ivory are additional threats that are placing the elephant’s future at risk
Dolphins are cetacean mammals closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin in 17 genera. They vary in size from 1.2 m (4 ft) and 40 kg (90 lb) (Maui's dolphin), up to 9.5 m (30 ft) and 10 tonnes (9.8 long tons; 11 short tons) (the orca or killer whale). They are found worldwide, mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelves and are carnivores, eating mostly fish and squid. The family Delphinidae, the largest in the order Cetacea, evolved relatively recently, about ten million years ago during the Miocene.
The regal snow leopard has held a place in Buddhist mythology for millennia. Living at high altitudes in an extreme climate, its thick silver coat keeps it warm while its long tail helps steady it as it races down steep mountain slopes in search of prey. It is the hardest cat in the world to find and its elusiveness shapes the legends that have risen around it. Just 2,000 or so remain in the remote high peaks of Central Asia and the Himalayas. Yet while the snow leopard is among the planet’s most endangered animals, it is the focus of an inspiring global conservation effort. Our quest in search of this elegant feline takes us to the farthest reaches of western Mongolia, where we’ll travel with WWF scientists and traditional nomads who are pioneering efforts to sustain it. Our journey also includes several of Mongolia's national parks and protected areas where we’ll observe native wildlife, from great flocks of migratory birds in vast reed beds to wild Takhi horses on the rolling steppe of Hustai.
Grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots are foods that the Elephants eat. Elephants are also known to eat crops like banana and sugarcane which are grown by farmers. Adult elephants eat 300-400 lbs of food per day. They live in Africa.
* Dolphins consume a variety of prey including fish and squid. Dolphins are well known for their agility and playful behavior, making them a favorite of wildlife watchers. They live near the surface of water.
* Beneath the skin lies a layer of fat called blubber. The diet of whales depends on their species it can range from plankton to large mammals. Whales live in all the world’s oceans.
Elephants eat grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots. There are about 100,000 elephants. Elephants are found in 37 countries in the world.
Beluga whales eat salmon, eulachon, tomcod, smelt, char, rainbow sole. Beluga whales are found mostly in Arctic and sub arctic waters. The population of beluga whales is around 100,000, the Cook Inlet population consists of just over 300 animals
Dolphins eat fish, squid and crustaceans. Many dolphins live in shallow areas of tropical and temperate oceans throughout the globe. A dolphin is around 8 feet long and weighs between 440-660 lbs.
Grizzly Bears has a top speed of 35 mph. Grizzly Bears eat seeds, berries, roots, grasses, deer,elk, fish, dead animals and insects. There are 50,000 g rizzly bears in North A.merica
Koala Bears has the size of 23.5 to 33.5 in Koala Bears has thick and woolly and is thicker and longer fur. Some Koala Bears live up to 13-18 years old.
Some Lemurs eat fruits, leaves, and occasionally insects. Some lemurs can reach 30 years old. About 10,000 to 15,000 lemurs live in the wild
Some mountain gorillas eat leaves, shoots, roots, vines and fruits. There are about 150,000-200,000 moutain gorilla. Some moutain gorillas weighs about 300-450 lbs.
Some orca whales lives about 30 to 50 years. Orca whales can grow up to 23 feet long. Orcas whale eat fish, squid,and birds.
There are about 2,000 panda bears. Some panda bears eat flowers, vines, tufted grasses, green corn, honey,rodents,and bamboos. Panda bears can live up to20-30 years.
Many penguins eat Krill, fish and squid. Penguins can live up to 15 to 20 years. Penguins can be found in the Southern Hemisphere.
Many turtles can live up to 80 years. Sea turtles eat jellyfish, seaweed, crabs, shrimp, sponges, snails, algae and mollusks. Turtles can clucth between 70-190 eggs.
Blue whales can reach up to 110 feet long. Lots of blue whales can live up to 150 tons. Some blue whales can live 20-40, but can also live about 80.
o Elephants eat grass, leaves, bamboo, bark, root, bananas, and sugarcane. o At the turn of the turn 20 th century their population dropped a couple million elephants. o Elephants form deep family bonds led by the oldest called a matriarchal group.
Gorillas tend to eat leaves, stems, and shoots and other kinds of foliage. Most Gorillas live in forests 5200 feet above sea level and are all endangered. Gorillas are very social apes that live in groups called troops.