BIO608

Topics: Reproduction, Tuna, Male Pages: 6 (299 words) Published: March 10, 2015
6.08 Animals
By: Ariel Weaver

Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus
Thynnus)
website:
http://thelife-animal.blogspot.c
om/2012/06/bluefin-tuna.html
Physical Traits: Huge in size, 200
to 600 pounds, warm blooded,
swims in group, has many color,
and is torpedo shape
Animal Behaviors:Aggressive
and will take on any territory
that any other fish have
occupied. They move in groups
and that gives them an
advantage.
Reproductive Process: Sexual
reproduction. Female bluefin
tuna can reproduce up to 30

Indian Python (Python
Molurus)
website:
http://wierdnwildcreatures.wikia
.com/wiki/Indian_Python
Physical Traits: Can grow up to
15ft long, blotched pattern,
129+ lbs, can live up to 25+
years
Animal Behavior: Lethargic and
slow moving, timid even when
being attacked, good swimmers.
Reproductive process: They can
lay up to 100 eggs which are
protected and incubated by the
mother.

Panamanian Golden Frog
(Atelopus Zetiki)
website:
http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/
animals/panamanian-golden-frog
Physical Traits: Yellow-gold in
color with black spots, Males are
up to 1.4 to 1.9 inches, Females
are up to 1.7 to 2.5 inches.
Animal Behavior: Socializes with
other through sound from throat
and hand-waving
Common Ecosystems:Males tend
to stay near streams and
Females stay in the forest
Reason for Endangerment:

Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus
Leucocephalus)
website:
http://www.allaboutbirds.org/gui
de/bald_eagle/id
Physical Traits: White head and
tail, body length is 48 inches,
wingspan is precisely 5.7 to 7.9
feet.
Animal Behavior: Both male and
female act as incubator for their
eggs.
Reproductive Process: Eagles are
sexually matured at the age of 4
or 5.
Common Ecosystems:

Black Footed Ferret (Mustela
Nigripes)
website:
http://animals.nationalgeograph
ic.com/animals/mammals/black-fo
oted-ferret/
Physical Traits: Black around the
eyes, black on legs, and tip of
tail.
Animal Behavior: Carnivorous,
nocturnal and solitary.
Reproductive Process:Mating
occurs in February
Common Ecosystems:Southern
Alberta and South
Saskatchewan.

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