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  Wild and Feral Horses: Studies, Pictorial and Information
Posted by: Balam - 10 hours ago - Forum: Herbivores Animals - No Replies
I'm starting this thread to compile and discuss information and dynamics as it pertains specifically to wild and feral horses around the globe. This includes the Przewalski horse, as well as common feral populations such as mustangs, brumbies, cimarrones, baguales, among others.

I will be updating soon.
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  Baby Owl sleep by lying down and face down
Posted by: scilover - 08-04-2020, 03:34 PM - Forum: Aquatic Animals and Amphibians - No Replies
Do you guys know how a Baby Owl sleep? They sleep by lying down and face down. Because apparently, their head is too heavy for their age! So cute! Plus, most baby owl`s bones are quite empty and hollow at this stage. Any other would like to share any cute baby animals picture?


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  Megalodon
Posted by: scilover - 07-26-2020, 09:54 PM - Forum: Aquatic Animals and Amphibians - No Replies
Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon), meaning "big tooth", is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago (mya), during the Early Miocene to the Pliocene.[6] It was formerly thought to be a member of the family Lamnidae and a close relative of the great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias). However, it is now classified into the extinct family Otodontidae, which diverged from the great white shark during the Early Cretaceous.

While regarded as one of the largest and most powerful predators to have ever lived, megalodon is known from fragmentary remains, and its appearance and maximum size are uncertain. Scientists differ on whether it would have more closely resembled a stockier version of the great white shark, the basking shark (Cetorhinus Maximus), or the sand tiger shark (Carcharias taurus).

Megalodon probably had a major impact on the structure of marine communities. The fossil record indicates that it had a cosmopolitan distribution. It probably targeted large prey, such as whalesseals, and sea turtles. Juveniles inhabited warm coastal waters and fed on fish and small whales. Unlike the great white, which attacks prey from the soft underside, megalodon probably used its strong jaws to break through the chest cavity and puncture the heart and lungs of its prey.
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  Data mapping & Remote sensing
Posted by: Rishi - 07-21-2020, 10:10 AM - Forum: Research, Discoveries & Articles - No Replies
LandScan GIS 2017 data of world population density & distribution.


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  Incredible Hunting - Videos, Shots and Stories
Posted by: sanjay - 07-16-2020, 09:48 AM - Forum: Wildlife Pictures and Videos Gallery - Replies (1)
This thread is all about sharing shots, videos and stories of incredible hunting by predators. We have already seen animal like jaguar, killer whale, leopard some time hunt their prey in phenomenal way. The moves are totally stunning and jaw dropping. It feels like you are watching an action movie.

So fill this thread with such moments and make it best for others.
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  Nharhu Male Lions
Posted by: TinoArmando - 07-16-2020, 03:10 AM - Forum: Lion - Replies (45)
Hello Everyone.
Welcome to this new thread about the "Nharhu Male Lions".
The Nharhu male lions consist on only three males that have born between 2014/5 all of the three were sired by the old River Pride males (Hondo and Xantshema) born in the River Pride and Dundee pride. (Both prides interact each other)
The Nharhu males have took-over the Mbiri territory in September 2019 and since then they have been dominant in the area (10 months for now).
Currently are fathers of six healthy cubs and dominant over four lionesses...
As well were seen with the Timbavati lionesses and the remaining Zebenine female (the males have mated with those two prides too). In only ten months they have took-over a big part of the Mbiri territory and already they have chased them out of their territory in the last month.
(Thank you to @Lycaon  for allow me to start this new thread about this coalition).
I will keep very update and active here, and in the Wildfact site aswell.


(Skorokoro) (Limping male) (Scarlip) of the Nharhu male lions at Umlani Bushcamp
Credit: Michael Laubscher

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(Xitaya) (Slitnose) of the Nharhu males at Tanda Tula
Credit: Luke Street.

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(Mpohlo) (oldest male) (Scarface) of the Nharhu males at Motswari Private Game Reserve.
Credit: Kevan Dobbie

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  Intraspecific Conflicts - Leopard [Captive]
Posted by: sanjay - 07-15-2020, 08:29 PM - Forum: Conflicts - No Replies
This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Captive Leopards conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more captive leopard in confrontation/fighting.
It is also request that write a conclusion note about the final outcome. You can describe their technique, agility, experience, size and many other factor which decide such outcomes.

This is not VS debate, rather we love to have a sensible study based on real facts.

For Wild Leopards, visit this thread - https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-intrasp...opard-wild
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  Intraspecific Conflicts - Jaguar [Captive]
Posted by: sanjay - 07-15-2020, 08:28 PM - Forum: Conflicts - No Replies
This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Captive Jaguars conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more captive jaguars in confrontation/fighting.
It is also request that write a conclusion note about the final outcome. You can describe their technique, agility, experience, size and many other factor which decide such outcomes.

This is not VS debate, rather we love to have a sensible study based on real facts.

For Wild Jaguars, visit this thread - https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-intrasp...aguar-wild
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  Intraspecific Conflicts - Lions [Captive]
Posted by: sanjay - 07-15-2020, 08:26 PM - Forum: Conflicts - No Replies
This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Captive Lions conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more captive lions in confrontation/fighting.
It is also request that write a conclusion note about the final outcome. You can describe their technique, agility, experience, size and many other factor which decide such outcomes.

This is not VS debate, rather we love to have a sensible study based on real facts.

For Wild Lions, visit this thread - https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-intrasp...lions-wild
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  Intraspecific Conflicts - Tigers [Captive]
Posted by: sanjay - 07-15-2020, 08:25 PM - Forum: Conflicts - No Replies
This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Captive Tigers conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more captive tigers in confrontation/fighting.
It is also request that write a conclusion note about the final outcome. You can describe their technique, agility, experience, size and many other factor which decide such outcomes.

This is not VS debate, rather we love to have a sensible study based on real facts.

For Wild Tigers, visit this thread - https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-intrasp...igers-wild
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