• Am I part silverback gorilla?

    Basically, I have that same back that silverback has, which is a curved back with butt extending. Plus, I had people tell me that I am pretty strong. Does this mean that I am part silverback gorilla?
    Basically, I have that same back that silverback has, which is a curved back with butt extending. Plus, I had people tell me that I am pretty strong. Does this mean that I am part silverback gorilla?
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are humans considered decomposers in terms of eating habits?

    We eat animals, but we, consumers, eat what's already dead, let alone cooked meat. If we were omnivores, wouldn't we eat freshly killed, or killed by us, animals and raw? Plus our digestive track is very similar to that of herbivores. Thus, isn't it wrong to assume we are omnivores or carnivores?
    We eat animals, but we, consumers, eat what's already dead, let alone cooked meat. If we were omnivores, wouldn't we eat freshly killed, or killed by us, animals and raw? Plus our digestive track is very similar to that of herbivores. Thus, isn't it wrong to assume we are omnivores or carnivores?
    11 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Poll: Which snake would you find more dangerous to stumble upon?

    Large snakes (the ones who can kill/eat you alive with constriction) or Venomous snakes? Between these two, pick one choice.
    Large snakes (the ones who can kill/eat you alive with constriction) or Venomous snakes? Between these two, pick one choice.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do bears hibernate in zoos?

    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • How did dinosaurs become birds?

    Best answer: I enjoy these type of questions. That's what anthropologist used to think, now they think, dinosaurs didn’t become birds, birds and dinosaurs coexisted for millions of years. Birds evolved as a branching tree in the evolutionary timeline. They split off roughly 140 million years ago and evolved alongside... show more
    Best answer: I enjoy these type of questions.
    That's what anthropologist used to think, now they think, dinosaurs didn’t become birds, birds and dinosaurs coexisted for millions of years. Birds evolved as a branching tree in the evolutionary timeline. They split off roughly 140 million years ago and evolved alongside dinosaurs. This theory could also change as well, as we grow more advanced.
    I've always been intrigued with the antiquity, of dinosaurs and mammals. There is also no evidence that homo sapiens, lived among dinosaurs. Such as the caveman and woman.
    Imagine if the Megalodon, were still roaming the oceans. The enormous size of them, must of been a sight to see.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do ants work?

    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do different chimps have different personalities?

    Best answer: Yes, chimpanzees do have different personalities. Those who have worked with chimpanzees in captivity or who have observed them in the wild can attest to this. There is material in the literature about this.
    Best answer: Yes, chimpanzees do have different personalities. Those who have worked with chimpanzees in captivity or who have observed them in the wild can attest to this. There is material in the literature about this.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is every chimp an individual?

    Best answer: Yes, and every chimp is special
    Best answer: Yes, and every chimp is special
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Ant lives matter why abuse the beautiful creatures?

    I think it’s wrong that silly evil humans attack small ants that had lives ahead of them and tried to make a change to this evil world but that was all crushed by humans because they r jealous ants will be smarter than them
    I think it’s wrong that silly evil humans attack small ants that had lives ahead of them and tried to make a change to this evil world but that was all crushed by humans because they r jealous ants will be smarter than them
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do animal know the concept of god?

    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do most birds in America fly to Mexico and further south every fall and winter?

    Best answer: Some of them fly all the way south to South America. Some of them do not migrate across the border but stay in the southern United States or in California. Typically they start flying south around late September to October. Very few wait until November to fly south. They fly north starting around March and by... show more
    Best answer: Some of them fly all the way south to South America. Some of them do not migrate across the border but stay in the southern United States or in California. Typically they start flying south around late September to October. Very few wait until November to fly south. They fly north starting around March and by April, most of the migrators have gone back north. Some birds spend summer in Canada or the northern USA but they spend winter in the south. There are also birds that do not migrate but are year round residents in some areas that do not freeze over in winter. The reason for flying north is to take advantage of the long summer days, which allow plants to grow, providing more food to plant eaters. Animals that eat the plant eaters, such as hawks, also have more food. More food means they can be more successful raising a brood of young. The cold, freezing temperature in the winter forces them to fly south, because there is less food or no food at all.
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why do wood frogs choose to freeze?

    Other animals actually try to escape the cold by going into burrows, so why doesn't the wood frog do the same? They only go under leaf piles.
    Other animals actually try to escape the cold by going into burrows, so why doesn't the wood frog do the same? They only go under leaf piles.
    4 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Whats your favorite Long Neck Dinosaur (Sauropod) mine is the Camarasaurus?

    Best answer: Argentinosaurus
    Best answer: Argentinosaurus
    5 answers · 6 days ago