• Do Zebras mate with Horses ever?

    23 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What type of spider is this?

    What type of spider is this?

    Best answer: Not much to work with here, hardly matters what species if you just kill them.
    The long slender legs, probably a funnel weaver, house spider, grass spider etc.
    Nothing of risk or concern.
    Best answer: Not much to work with here, hardly matters what species if you just kill them.
    The long slender legs, probably a funnel weaver, house spider, grass spider etc.
    Nothing of risk or concern.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will hippos let you pet them?

    23 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Donkeys are widely considered to be humble creatures which are inferior to race horses 🐴 . True or false?

    What are the reasons behind people’s perceptions that donkeys are humble creatures which are inferior to race horses 🐎 ?
    What are the reasons behind people’s perceptions that donkeys are humble creatures which are inferior to race horses 🐎 ?
    17 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Every animal on Earth can feel fear in one way or another, right?

    Best answer: Cortisol and adrenaline are the chemicals in the brain which cause fear. All animals have it.
    Emotions are simply a reaction of the brain to chemical or hormonal stimuli, all animals have it and some more so than homo-homo sapien.
    Best answer: Cortisol and adrenaline are the chemicals in the brain which cause fear. All animals have it.
    Emotions are simply a reaction of the brain to chemical or hormonal stimuli, all animals have it and some more so than homo-homo sapien.
    19 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I am interested in being a large animal vet, but I do not want to work with animals (livestock) being used and bred for food?

    Best answer: Get your basic degree, then move on into 'exotics' so you can work with zoo animals. Or focus on working with wildlife.
    Best answer: Get your basic degree, then move on into 'exotics' so you can work with zoo animals. Or focus on working with wildlife.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which animals eat their own faeces?

    Best answer: Rabbits, hares, and pikas eat their cecotropes (soft) pellets. Also hamsters, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hedgehogs and naked mole-rats. Pigs rarely eat their own feces, and only when there is a large amount of semi-digested stuff.
    Best answer: Rabbits, hares, and pikas eat their cecotropes (soft) pellets. Also hamsters, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hedgehogs and naked mole-rats. Pigs rarely eat their own feces, and only when there is a large amount of semi-digested stuff.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a pathway between ears? Like if a bug is in one ear, can it travel to the other?

    Best answer: I assume you intend that all anatomical structures are intact. If you mean the outer ear then this is a blind-ended tube ending in the tympanic membrane (the "eardrum"). A bug would have to crawl out of the ear and across the scalp to the other ear. No internal pathway exists. If you mean the middle... show more
    Best answer: I assume you intend that all anatomical structures are intact.

    If you mean the outer ear then this is a blind-ended tube ending in the tympanic membrane (the "eardrum"). A bug would have to crawl out of the ear and across the scalp to the other ear. No internal pathway exists.

    If you mean the middle ear, it would be extremely unlikely that any bug could get into the middle ear if the tympanic membrane was intact. But a very small bug (probably only about a millimetre in size) might be able to go down one Eustachian tube, across the nasopharynx, and up the other Eustachian tube. This is so unlikely that it's almost impossible to actually happen.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would a Ostrich/Emu hybrid be possible?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which household animals live longer when domesticated/in captivity?

    Best answer: Animals in captivity are safe from predators, so they can live longer. However, if they are not properly cared for, animals in captivity can die because of improper diet or lack of vitamins or calcium or they can die of diseases or improper environmental conditions (e.g. being exposed to excess heat or cold... show more
    Best answer: Animals in captivity are safe from predators, so they can live longer. However, if they are not properly cared for, animals in captivity can die because of improper diet or lack of vitamins or calcium or they can die of diseases or improper environmental conditions (e.g. being exposed to excess heat or cold weather). Only if a captive is properly cared for will it outlive those in the wild. Some animals are notoriously difficult to keep alive until people learned how to take care of their needs, e.g. old world chameleons. Some animals also cannot adjust to captivity. They are too nervous and easily stressed when in captivity, and they may refuse to eat and won't survive more than a few days.

    Of course humans have only been around for a couple of million years, when we count our ancestor H. erectus. Therefore animals that like to live near or with humans can only adapt to these new surroundings after humans have evolved. Some animals that found homes in human dwellings include rats, barn swallows, house geckos and cockroaches.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Opossums dangerous?

    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you do if wild animals get loose in your area?

    If wild animals like lions, tigers, bears, and elephants escape from a zoo or sanctuary or circus and are roaming around in your area, what do you do?
    If wild animals like lions, tigers, bears, and elephants escape from a zoo or sanctuary or circus and are roaming around in your area, what do you do?
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I be worried that I tried to kill a spider and it got away?

    Bugs freak me out. Don’t know why. There is a spider in my bedroom hiding somewhere after my failed attempt to squish it. I’ve spent years researching these things I fear, but I am no closer to understanding if I should be or not. There is a lot of contradictory information out there. I figure someone out there... show more
    Bugs freak me out. Don’t know why. There is a spider in my bedroom hiding somewhere after my failed attempt to squish it. I’ve spent years researching these things I fear, but I am no closer to understanding if I should be or not. There is a lot of contradictory information out there. I figure someone out there must know better than I. Is this something to be feared or would I be fine going to bed sharing my room with this possiblyvpoisonous spider (yes I know all spiders are poisonous, but hat I mean is that it may be of a specious thats poison can cause harm to humans).
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can lion survive wound?

    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What bird kills a rabbit and only takes the head?

    Found a fresh killed rabbit in my drive way. The head was missing the rest was there. This was day light on a cloudy day around 2:30 in the after noon in Milwaukee Wisconsin. There are hawks in the neighbor. over the years we have found several rabbits left this way can you help. Thank... show more
    Found a fresh killed rabbit in my drive way. The head was missing the rest was there. This was day light on a cloudy day around 2:30 in the after noon in Milwaukee Wisconsin. There are hawks in the neighbor. over the years we have found several rabbits left this way can you help. Thank you lgerardlawrence@yahoo.com
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago