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Resimli İngilizce Hayvanlar
Panda – Panda, Cheetah – Çita, Horse – At, Lion – Aslan, Camel – Deve, Donkey – Eşek, Tortoise – Kaplumbağa, Parrot – Papağan, Tiger – Kaplan, Giraffe – Zürafa, Gorilla – Goril, Hippo – Hipopotam, Dog – Köpek, Cat – Kedi, Pig – Domuz, Cow – İnek, Mouse – Fare, Koala – Koala, Elephant – Fil, Rabbit – Tavşan, Rhino – Gergedan
Panda – Panda
- The giant panda is native to China.
- It has a black and white coat that features large black patches around its eyes.
- Pandas are an endangered species. Population estimates vary but there may be around 2000 left living in the wild.
- A giant panda cub weighs only around 150 grams (5 oz) at birth.
- Adult males can weigh up to 150 kg (330 lb).
- Giant panda have a lifespan of around 20 years in the wild.
- Female pandas raise cubs on their own (the male leaves after mating).
- The diet of a panda is made up almost entirely of bamboo.
- Giant pandas eat as much as 10 kg (22 lb) of bamboo a day.
- Giant pandas are good climbers.
Tiger – Kaplan
- The tiger is the biggest species of the cat family.
- Tigers can reach a length of up to 3.3 metres (11 feet) and weigh as much as 300 kilograms (660 pounds).
- Subspecies of the tiger include the Sumatran Tiger, Siberian Tiger, Bengal Tiger, South China Tiger, Malayan Tiger and Indochinese Tiger.
- Many subspecies of the tiger are either endangered or already extinct. Humans are the primary cause of this through hunting and the destruction of habitats.
- Around half of tiger cubs don’t live beyond two years of age.
- Tiger cubs leave their mother when they are around 2 years of age.
- A group of tigers is known as an ‘ambush’ or ‘streak’.
- Tigers are good swimmers and can swim up to 6 kilometres.
- Rare white tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10000 tigers.
- Tigers usually hunt alone at night time.
- Tigers have been known to reach speeds up to 65 kph (40 mph).
- Less than 10% of hunts end successfully for tigers
- Tigers can easily jump over 5 metres in length.
- Various tiger subspecies are the national animals of Bangladesh, India, North Korea, South Korea and Malaysia.
Rooster – Horoz, Chicken – Tavuk, Cow – İnek, Pig – Domuz, Donkey – Eşek, Rabbit – Tavşan, Duck – Ördek, Sheep – Kuzu, Horse – At, Goat – Keçi, Dog – Köpek, Cat – Kedi
Cattle – Sığır
- Cattle are herbivores that eat vegetation such as grass.
- Cattle stomachs have four chambers which help break down what they eat
- There are well over 1 billion cattle in the world.
- Cattle are sacred in India.
- Young cattle are generally known as calves.
- Adult females are generally called cows.
- Adult males that are not castrated are generally called bulls.
- Cattle are red/green color blind.
- In the sometimes controversial sport of bull fighting, bulls are angered by the movement of the cape rather than its red color.
- Cattle are farmed for a number of agricultural products including meat and dairy products.
- Meat from adult cattle is known as beef.
- Meat from calves is known as veal.
Sheep – Kuzu
- here are over 1 billion sheep in the world.
- China has the largest number of sheep in the world.
- Adult female sheep are known as ewes.
- Adult male sheep are known as rams.
- Castrated adult male sheep are known as wethers.
- A group of sheep is known as a herd, flock or mob.
- Young sheep are called lambs.
- Sheep have a field of vision of around 300 degrees, allowing them to see behind themselves without having to turn their head.
- Sheep are herbivores that eat vegetation such as grass.
- The digestive system of sheep features four chambers which help break down what they eat.
- Sheep like to stay close to others in a herd which makes them easier to move together to new pastures.
- In 1996, a sheep named Dolly was the first mammal to be cloned from a somatic cell.
- Domesticated sheep are raised for a number of agricultural products including fleece and meat.
Octopus – Ahtapot, Crab – Yengeç, Whale – Balina, Lobster – Istakoz, Seal – Fok, Starfish – Deniz yıldızı, Frog – Kurbağa, Fish – Balık, Jellyfish – Deniz anası, Turtle – Kaplumbağa, Seahorse – Denizatı
Jellyfish – Deniz Anası
- Jellyfish live in the sea and are found in all oceans.
- Some jellyfish live in fresh water.
- Jellyfish look a little like umbrellas.
- Jellyfish can be large and brightly colored.
- They can often be transparent (see-through) or translucent (semi-translucent).
- Some can be very hard to see, nearly invisible to the human eye.
- Although the word is mentioned in their name, jellyfish are not fish.
- A group of jellyfish is called a ‘bloom’, ‘swarm’ or ‘smack’.
- Large blooms can feature over 100000 jellyfish.
- Jellyfish don’t have brains.
- Jellyfish use their tentacles to sting. Most are harmless to humans but stings from some species, such as the box jellyfish, can be very painful and sometimes kill.
- Box jellyfish are almost transparent (see-through).
- Jellyfish eat plankton. Some sea turtles eat jellyfish.
Crab – Yengeç
- Crabs are decapods from the crustacean family.
- Decapod means “ten-footed”. Crabs have 10 legs, however, the first pair are its claws which are called chelae.
- Crabs have a thick external skeleton called an exoskeleton. It is a shell made of calcium carbonate and provides protection for the soft tissue underneath.
- Crabs live in all the world’s oceans, in fresh water, and on land. There are over 4500 species of crabs.
- Other animals with similar names such as hermit crabs, king crabs, porcelain crabs, horseshoe crabs and crab lice, are not true crabs.
- Crabs usually have a distinct sideways walk. However, some crabs can walk forwards or backwards, and some are capable of swimming.
- The collective name for the group of crabs is a cast.
- Crabs communicate with each other by drumming or waving their pincers.
- Male crabs tend to often fight with each other over females or hiding holes.
- The Pea Crab is the smallest known species at just a few millimetres wide. The largest species is the Japanese Spider Crab, with a leg span of up to 4 m (13 ft).
- Crabs are omnivores (meaning they eat both meat and plants), they feed mainly on algae, but also bacteria, other crustaceans, molluscs, worms, and fungi.
- Some crab species can naturally autotomise (shed) limbs such as their claws, which then regenerate after about a year.
- Of all marine crustaceans caught be humans each year, crabs make up 20%. This adds up to a total of 1.5 million tonnes annually.
- The most consumed species of crab in the world is the Japanese Blue Crab.
Kangaroo – Kanguru, Monkey – Maymun, Snake – Yılan, Zebra – Zebra, Lion – Aslan, Panda – Panda, Hippo – Hipopotam, Bull – Boğa, Elephant – Fil, Tiger – Kaplan, Giraffe – Zürafa, Antelope – Antilop, Eagle – Kartal, Ostrich – Devekuşu, Vulture – Akbaba, Gorilla – Goril
Monkey – Maymun
- There are currently 264 known monkey species.
- Monkeys can be divided into two groups, Old World monkeys that live in Africa and Asia, and New World monkeys that live in South America.
- A baboon is an example of an Old World monkey, while a marmoset is an example of a New World monkey.
- Apes are not monkeys.
- Some monkeys live on the ground, while others live in trees.
- Different monkey species eat a variety of foods, such as fruit, insects, flowers, leaves and reptiles.
- Most monkeys have tails.
- Groups of monkeys are known as a ‘tribe’, ‘troop’ or ‘mission’.
- The Pygmy Marmoset is the smallest type of monkey, with adults weighing between 120 and 140 grams.
- The Mandrill is the largest type of monkey, with adult males weighing up to 35 kg.
- Capuchin monkeys are believed to be one of the smartest New World monkey species. They have the ability to use tools, learn new skills and show various signs of self-awareness.
- Spider monkeys get their name because of their long arms, legs and tail.
Snake – Yılan
- Snakes are carnivores (meat eaters).
- Snakes don’t have eyelids.
- Snakes can’t bite food so have to swallow it whole.
- Snakes have flexible jaws which allow them to eat prey bigger than their head!
- Snakes are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica.
- Snakes have internal ears but not external ones.
- Snakes used in snake charming performances respond to movement, not sound.
- There are around 3000 different species of snake.
- Snakes have a unique anatomy which allows them to swallow and digest large prey.
- Snakes are covered in scales.
- Snakeskin is smooth and dry.
- Snakes shed their skin a number of times a year in a process that usually lasts a few days.
- Some species of snake, such as cobras and black mambas, use venom to hunt and kill their prey. Read more venomous snake facts.
- Snakes smell with their tongue.
- Pythons kill their prey by tightly wrapping around it and suffocating it in a process called constriction.
- Some sea snakes can breathe partially through their skin, allowing for longer dives underwater.
- Anacondas are large, non-venomous snakes found in South America that can reach over 5 m (16 ft) in length.
- Python reticulates can grow over 8.7 m (28 ft) in length and are considered the longest snakes in the world.