Sow bugs also prefer dark, damp, covered places because it keeps them hidden from most of their enemies, according to Pill Bug Biology: A Spider’s Spinach, But a Biologist’s Delight. The overall class observation
Burrowing Owls are losing their habitats, because there is construction, like the building of houses that takes space in the desert. Another reason is that they could eat food, like bugs, that have been sprayed by poison. The Burrowing Owl has the nick name of Howdy birds. They got there nick name from when
Sometimes, they would reach the size of a cat or even a small dog. These rats, as well as feeding on the corpses of soldiers, would also feed on the soldiers’ food. There was one incident when a bunch of rats bit and killed a cat and dog. They then went on to eat the corpse of them as well. The trenches were built up off three parallel rows of trenches, with adjacent communicating trenches connecting the three rows.
These pests prefer to live in dark, wet places. During the day they can most likely be found under rocks, logs, foliage, or in trash. If they are exposed to sunlight for to long, they will most likely dry up and die. Pill bugs will huddle up together in order to retain moisture. When night falls, pill bugs venture out in search of food or a mate.
To prevent dehydration sowbugs spend bright day light hours in damp dark habitats such as underneath stones, logs, leaf litter, and other debris. The need to be in dark damp places is an indication that moisture is an essential element to sowbug survival (Colorado State University Extension 2012). They often gather in groups, huddling together to reduce evaporation. At night, when it is dark and cool, sowbugs venture out and feed on fungi and decomposing organic material, including mulch and grass clippings. Sowbugs are mostly vegetarian, but considered omnivores (The University of Arizona 1997).
Mealworms would be considered prey rather than a predator. They are consumed by various animals such as a variety of birds, spiders, other beetles, rodents, and lizards. Some people from other countries will also consume these creatures (http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/insects/beetles/mealworm/mealwormlifecycle.shtml). Purpose: This experiment is done to see which foods and liquids a mealworm likes. We also see what they are like, how they move around, and how fast some move compared to others.
Coatis are considered carnivores by most scientists, though they eat vegetation and carrion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrion) as well, which would make them omnivores. Primarily omnivores, coatis usually look for fruit. Coatis eat palms, eggs, beetles, scorpions, centipedes, spiders, termites, lizards, small mammals, and rodents. The predators of the coati are other carnivores. Enemies include jaguarondis, foxes, dogs, ocelots, and jaguars.
Wasps lead pointless lives; they buzz around your head stalking you for what seems like a lifetime, swooping around till eventually they sting you. The yellow and black insect just lives to annoy us with its constant humming in your ear. The noise it makes is faint but seems like a million stereos blasting in your ears when they get close, this faint sound is that of their tiny wings flapping. The wasp drives its sting into your skin for no reason, you feel a sharp stinging in you skin as if you have been stabbed with a knife, you look down to find a wasp near your arm. It flies off as if nothing has happened.
"Boo was about six and a half feet tall, judging him from his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that's why his hands are blood-stained - if you ate an animal raw, you could never wash the blood off. There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten; his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time." (To Kill a Mockingbird, p.13). The children test his boundaries as well as their own imaginations by constructing the image. It adds to the game and encourages Jem and Scout to develop distinctions for their boundaries.
They commonly raged revenge and hostile campaigns. The Apache were “hunters and gatherers” and primarily ate deer, elk, buffalo, and rabbits. Fruits and veggies consisted of: agave, seeds, nuts, and berries. Some of the games that were played were “toe toss stick”. These games were balancing a stick on the toe and launch it high into the air trying to make it land in a circle that was drawn in the dirt.