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Can animals train to be noticeably stronger, faster, more agile.. than other animals of the same species?

Humans have huge variation in physical ability because of exercise differences. Olympic athletes are a number of times stronger than average people on the street. It seems that variation in animals is ...
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Some facts about the chameleophant please [closed]

Can you give me some facts (where it lives, their size etc.) about the chameleophant? Can't find it on google...
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Do I get vitamin D from licking my dogs fur?

I recently read that dogs absorb vitamin D from oils in their fur, does this mean humans could absorb vitamin D from the same oil? Also please note I don't plan on actually doing this. Source: https:...
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Which parent teaches a young hawk to fly?

I originally wanted to ask this question but I got the answer from you in a question about eagles. I want to share something with you that i had never actually seen before until recently. Over the ...
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Is urban beekeeeping harmful or are there good practices to follow?

I have found several newspaper articles on how good could be urban beekeeping both for the bees and for agriculture. Today I read this one: Urban beekeeping is harming wild bees saying that urban ...
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Why do snails hang out alone?

I would like to know, if snails have families, then why do snails hang out by themselves? What kind of animals are they, rectiles, insects, where are they categorized in the kingdom, phylum, ..., ...
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What species of three-tailed flying insect is this?

What species of insect is this? Collected in spring in the United Kingdom near a river in an urban area during the late afternoon. They were flying up and down in the air.
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What is the difference between Hermaphrodite, dioecious and monoecious? [duplicate]

I was reading about the Animalia Phylums and my book is using all the above terms interchangeably and now I'm confused. Like Platyhelminthes is been given Hermaphrodite term while Annelid like Nereis ...
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What advantages do birds gain when they mimic other bird species calls in the wild?

I've read that birds such as crows and blue jays often mimic other bird species calls. There seems to be evidence that birds do learn and react to other bird species calls, specifically when they ...