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Biology Sitemap  

This section is called Biology and Life Science. Following topics and subtopics are covered in this section:

Mammals

Lemurs and monkeys:

lemurs, woolly monkey, proboscis monkey, mandrill, bushbaby

Apes:

gorilla, chimpanzee, orangutans

The Cat family:

caracal, bobcat, jaguarondi, fishing cat

Big cats:

lions, tigers, spotted leopard, jaguars

The dog family:

wolves, coyotes, sheep dogs, guide dogs, police dogs, wild dogs, fox

Bears:

brown bears, polar bears, black bears, pandas, sloth bears

Small predators and scavengers:

skunks, weasels, hyenas, stoats, mongoose, raccoons

The burrowers:

rabbits, aardvarks, badgers, moles, wolverines

Insect-eating mammals

Ant-Eaters:

giant anteater, scaly anteaters, shrews, hedgehogs, echidna

Rodents:

rats, voles, squirrels, hamsters, porcupines, gerbils

Flying mammals:

fruit bats, vampires, flying squirrel

Marsupials:

Tasmanian devil, kangaroos, numbat, rabbit-eared bandicoot, bilbiesopossum, koala

Elephants

Hoofed mammals:

tapir, deer, camel, moose

Cattle family:

antelope, bighorn sheep, blackbuck, muskox, ibex, sitatunga, goats

Horse family:

wild horses, zebras, wild donkeys

Hoofed giants:

giraffes, rhinos, hippos

Water mammals:

seals, walruses, otters, manatees, whales, dolphins

Birds

Songbirds:

robin, blackbird, warbler, bluetit, Cardinals, Hummingbirds

Freshwater birds:

kingfishers, ducks, geese, swans, herons, flamingo, stork

Sea birds:

albatross, gulls, terns, cormorant, puffins, kittiwakes and other cliff birds, penguins

Birds of prey/raptors:

eagle, secretary bird, vulture, buzzard, hawk, osprey

Nocturnal birds: (owls)

Tropical and exotic birds:

toucans, parrots, cockatoos

Gamebirds:

chickens, pheasants, quail, peacocks, ptarmigan

Flightless birds:

ostrich, kakapo, kiwi, takahe, cormorants, rheas

Reptiles and amphibians

Tortoise family:

turtles, tortoises

Snakes and lizards:

rattlesnake, cobra, constrictors and boas, Anacondas, pythons, fierce snake, gecko, flying dragons, slow worm, chameleon, green basilisk lizard, crested water dragon, frilled lizard, thorny devil, komodo dragon, gila monster

The crocodile family:

crocodiles, alligators, camans

Tuataras:

Salamanders and newts

Caecilians

Frogs and toads

Insects and other Creepy Crawlies

Flying insects:

bees, flies, dragonflies

Metamorphosis:

Butterflies and moths

Yuck! Unwanted insects:

locusts, mosquitoes, lice, cockroaches

Beetles and bugs

Bees, wasps, bumblebees

Bumblebees

Wasps

Honey Bees

Ants

Termites

Arachnids: scorpions, ticks, mites, spiders

Worm family:

Centipedes and millipedes

Mollusks

Under the Sea

Crustaceans:

crabs, lobsters, barnacles

Sea mollusks:

scallops, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, oysters, mussels, clams, sea snails, sea slugs, limpets

Plant or Animal? Strange Undersea Creatures:

sponges, sea urchin, coral, starfish, jellyfish, sea anemones

Fish:

Bony fish (most fish)

Cartilaginous fish (skates and sharks)

Jawless fish (hagfish and lampreys)

Poisonous fish

The Unseen World:

Microscopic life

Viruses

Bacteria

Protists

Fungi

Epidemic

Disease Fighters

 

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