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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120973: Attributes of animals
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    Attributes of animals


     

    Attributes of animals

     

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    1. Cows feel happier, more calm and than their lonely counterparts if farmers give them a name and show enough affection.

    2. Excited weasels perform a weasel war dance before moving in for the kill of their cornered prey, supposedly to perplex or frighten it.

    3. The distance blackbirds flee from perceived danger or behaviour in public places, decreases when they are much frequented by visitors.

    4. Mules simply will not tolerate abuse. They have a mind of their own, thinking for themselves, and are often with lots of personality.

    5. Bats can catch the sound of flies to recognize small prey that they would otherwise be unable to detect.

    6. Pangolins or scaly anteaters are solitary animals. They are sturdy but benign and and have no teeth.

    7. Owls cannot move their eyes in the same way we do. Head- helps them form an improved image of their surroundings.

    8. Raccoons can unlock doors and open things with their paws and powerful claws quite easily and they can be when approached by humans.

    9. Pigeons have astonishing navigational skills and their brains are attuned to .

    10. The young are and gregarious and learn early from their mother that specific plants can cure them when they become ill. Sheep also have an amazing peripheral vision.

    11. Badgers can dig like crazy. These animals can dig themselves a hiding hole in a matter of minutes.

    12. Prairie dogs are highly and live in complex networks of tunnels. They go out of their way to communicate a variety of pitched warning barks.

    13. Pigs only roll in mud to cool off but are naturally clean and organized and if sufficient space is available, they will not areas where they live and sleep.

    14. Unlike wolves, coyotes are not eaters, less shy about how close they live to people and they also have a lot more pups.

    15. Squirrels are opportunistic and rodents. They dig holes and hastily fill them in again as they pretend to bury a nut to distract the curiosity of potential thieves.









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