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velocity A modification in the speed or instructions of some item.

biology The research study of living things. The researchers who study them are referred to as biologists

type( noun) Animals within the exact same types that are so genetically comparable that they produce reputable and particular qualities. German shepherds and dachshunds, for example, are examples of canine types. (verb) To produce offspring through recreation.

preservation The act of maintaining or securing something. The focus of this work can vary from art items to threatened types and other elements of the natural surroundings.

gravity The force that brings in anything with mass, or bulk, towards any other thing with mass. The more mass that something has, the higher its gravity.

pest A kind of arthropod that as a grownup will have 6 segmented legs and 3 body parts: a head, thorax and abdominal area. There are numerous countless bugs, that include bees, beetles, flies and moths.

lizard A kind of reptile that generally strolls on 4 legs, has a flaky body and a long tapering tail. Unlike many reptiles, lizards likewise generally have movable eyelids. Examples of lizards consist of the tuatara, chameleons, Komodo dragon, and Gila beast.

victim( n.) Animal types consumed by others. (v.) To assault and consume another types.

rodent A mammal of the order Rodentia, a group that consists of mice, rats, squirrels, guinea pigs, hamsters and porcupines.

types A group of comparable organisms efficient in producing offspring that can endure and replicate.

subspecies A neighborhood of a types, normally based upon geographical separations. In time, this separation might have enabled a few of the genes in a population of a types to differ, producing distinctions in those organisms’ look or adjustment to the regional environment.

talon The curved toenail-like claw on the foot of a bird, lizard or other predatory animal that utilizes these claws to snag victim and tear into its tissues.

vertebrae(sing. vertebra) The bones that comprise the neck, spinal column and tail of vertebrates. Bones in the neck are called cervical vertebrae. Bones in the tail, for animals that have them, are called caudal vertebrae.

vertebrate The group of animals with a brain, 2 eyes, and a stiff nerve cable or foundation diminishing the back. This group consists of amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and many fish.