Author: BioExpedition

Types of Bears

Different Types of Bears – Species There are eight species of bears that remain on Earth today. While they are all similar in basic ways, there are enough differences for them to each have their own category as well as name.  Bear Species Overview There are eight species of bears living today. Brown Bear The Brown Bear is often mistaken for a Grizzly Bear due to the resemblance in their physical appearance. Grizzly Bear When you think of bears in general, it may be the well known Grizzly Bear that you have a vision of. Kodiak Bear The size...

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Kodiak Bear

Facts and Information about Kodiak Bear. Kodiak Bear Description, Behavior, Feeding, Reproduction, Kodiak Bear threats and more

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Types of Jellyfish

There are more than 1,500 different Jellyfish species that have been identified. Experts believe that there are still plenty of unknown species that live deeper down on the ocean waters. Here are the different types of Jellyfish: Aequorea Victoria The Aequorea Victoria Jellyfish is also referred to as the Crystal Jelly. Read more Box Jellyfish The Box Jellyfish is also known as the Sea Wasp or the Marine Stinger. It is one of the most dangerous of all species of Jellyfish in the world. Read more Lion’s Mane Jellyfish The Lion’s Man Jellyfish is the largest of all Jellyfish....

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Five Obscure Animals That Move in Packs

There are lots of animals that prefer to travel in packs than on their own. Some of them might be really common to see near your home while some of them are super rare and hardly ever seen alone much less in a group. However, before I go on to talk about the obscure pack animals, why would an animal want to travel in a pack anyway? Many animals have different reasons. One of these reasons is that it helps some animals to avoid being taken down and eaten by predators that may utilize them as their main source...

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Otters

Facts about Otters Otters are semi-aquatic mammals. Otters feed mainly on fish and shellfish, but they also eat some invertebrates, amphibians, and birds. Otters are distributed worldwide and live in the basins of rivers with the exception of the Sea Otter that lives along the Pacific coast of North America. Most otters live in cold waters but they do not have the layer of fat common in other marine mammals, instead, they protect from cold with high metabolic rates and some species like the sea otter have a layer of air in their fur that insulates from cold. The...

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