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WILDLIFE BY TYPEMammals
... the class of vertebrate animals primarily characterized by the presence of ...
Reptiles are cold-blooded and don't have a constant body temperature. They are only able to ...
Birds (class Aves) are bipedal, warm-blooded, vertebrate animals that lay eggs.
Insects, a major group of arthropods, have an exoskeleton ...
WILDLIFE BY PREDATIONPredators
Predation is an interaction between animals in which one captures and feeds upon ...
The term prey refers to an animal that is sought, captured, and eaten ...
WILDLIFE BY DIETCarnivore
Carnivores are predators and chiefly eat meat, although some will consume ...
Omnivores are animals which consume both other animals and plants.
An herbivore is an animal that eats only plants and no meat. However, many herbivores will eat ...
Any animal with a diet that consists chiefly of insects and similar small creatures is an insectivore.
An organism that habitually feeds on refuse or carrion.
WILDLIFE BY ACTIVITYDiurnal
Diurnal animals protect themselves from the heat by spending most of the day ...
Nocturnal animals are active at night and ...
Mammals - Predators
Mammals - Prey
Desert Bighorn Sheep
Round-tailed Ground Squirrel
Reptiles - Snakes
Reptiles - Lizards
Mojave Fringe-Toed Lizard
Desert Spiny Lizard
Western Brush Lizard
Birds - Predators
Birds - Scavengers
Tarantula Hawk Wasp