Character Title: Barracuda Other Names: anthropod Latin name: Sphyraenidae class: fish size: up to 2m weight: 10 - 50kg age:? Appearance: greyish-green scales Sex dimorphism: No Nutrition type: Fish-eater (piscivor) Food: tuna, mackerel, perch Distribution: worldwide Origin: sleep-wake cycle: predominantly nocturnal Habitat: ocean and ocean Natural enemies: / Sexual maturity: about 3 - 4 years mating season:?
Origin of Species in the Species of Origin The genesis of a new species in the genus of the genus is called sympatric speciation. In this form of speciation, for example by polyploidization of plant species, there must be direct reproductive isolation so that the plant does not have allele exchange with the rest of the population.
Characteristics Name: Black Stork Other names: / Latin Name: Ciconia nigra Class: birds Size: 90 - 110cm Weight: 2 - 3kg Age: 12 - 20 years Appearance: black plumage on the back and on the wings, white plumage on the belly side, red-orange beak , red feet Sex dimorphism: No Nutrition type: Carnivor (carnivore) Food: amphibians, fish, insects Distribution: Europe, Asia Original Origin: unknown Sleep-wake cycle: diurnal Habitat: natural landscapes with proximity to meadows, wetlands or streams Natural enemies: Marten Sexual maturity: from about the age of 4 Mating time: March - April Incubation period: 35 - 38 days Nest size: 3 - 6 Eggs Critically endangered: No You can find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Characteristics Name: Elm Latin name: Ulmus Number of species: approx. 30 species Distribution: Europe Fruits: small nut fruits up to 2.5 cm Flowering period: February - April Height: 30-40 m Age: up to 400 years Properties of the bark :? Properties of the wood: porous wood, yellowish to reddish Locations of the tree: predominantly in forests Leaf: strongly jagged Interesting about the elm The plant genus of elm (Ulmus) includes about 30 different species, of which with elves, field elm and white elm just three in Europe are at home.
Characteristics Name: Impala Other names: Black Heel Antelope Latin Name: Aepyceros melampus Class Size: Mammals Size: up to 1.5m Body Length Weight: 40 - 60kg Age: 5 - 15 years Appearance: yellowish-red-brown coat Sex Dimorphism: Yes Diet Type: Herbivore ( herbivor) food: grass, leaves distribution: East Africa native origin: Africa sleep-wake-rhythm: twilight-active habitat: dry savanna natural enemies: hyena, lion, crocodile sexual maturity: from about the age of three mating season: may gestation period: 180 - 200 days litter size: 1 juvenile Social Behavior: Herd Animal Critically Endangered: No You can find more profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.
Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Uranium is a natural element with the element symbol U and atomic number 92. In the periodic table it belongs to the actinoids with an atomic mass of 238.02 u. The chemical element discovered by Martin Heinrich Klaproth in 1789 is radioactive and is in a solid state of aggregation at room temperature.