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*  Greater mouse-deer
Newborn animals are well-developed and immediately able to stand; they are fully active after 30 minutes. The young stand on ... They are rather trusting but delicate animals. They feed on fallen fruits, aquatic plants, buds, leaves, shrubs and grasses. ...
*  FurReal Friends
Models of newborn animals are frequently manufactured by the company. "FurReal Cat popular for the 2002 holiday season" FurReal ... FurReal is noted for its animatronic replications of creatures and domestic animals as an alternative to live pets, or ...
*  Akabane virus
Malformation of the joints, brain, spine and jaw are common in affected newborn animals. Abortion may also occur if damage to ... Akabane virus does not, as far as is known, cause any overt sign of disease, in either young or adult animals. Its effect is on ... It has been shown that animals that have been infected with Akabane virus are found mostly in those parts of Australia which ... If these cattle have not previously been infected (often the younger animals) then it can be expected that the disease will ...
*  Indian pangolin
The newborn animals have open eyes, and soft scales with protruding hairs between them. The mother pangolin carries her young ... The animal can be found in grasslands and secondary forests, and is well adapted to desert regions as it is believed to have a ... Longevity of this animal in captivity can exceed 19 years.[citation needed] These pangolins are not often observed in the wild ... During the animal's mating period, females and males may share the same burrow and show some diurnal activities. Males have ...
*  Newborn calf (hieroglyph)
The hieroglyph represents any newborn animal, and specifically the calf as the hieroglyph. In Egyptian hieroglyphs, the ... Budge's vocabulary dictionary for the Book of the Dead has about thirty entries that start with newborn calf, "iu". They relate ... The Newborn calf (hieroglyph) is Gardiner's sign listed no. E9, in the series of mammals. ... Newborn...Ka Note: On the Palermo Stone all the hieroglyphs face in the other direction (Gardiner signs are only facing left, ...
*  Inca Empire
The Inca called newborn infants wawa, a term that they also used for newborn animals. This term was used for all newborn beings ... They lacked animals to ride and draft animals that could pull wagons and plows... [They] lacked the knowledge of iron and steel ... They wrapped tight cloth straps around the heads of newborns to shape their soft skulls into a more conical form, thus ... Their armor included:[citation needed] Helmets made of wood, copper, bronze, cane, or animal skin; some were adorned with ...
*  Desiccant
... s are used in different kinds of livestock farming to dry newborn animals, such as piglets. The use of a good ... However, some desiccants have a very high pH-level, which can be harmful for an animal's skin.[citation needed] Desiccants are ... desiccant can help them dry quicker and save energy, which can be crucial for the animal's development. Another use is to ...
*  Heptachlor
Higher doses of Heptachlor when exposed to newborn animals caused decrease in body weight and death. The U.S. EPA MCL for ... Animals exposed to Heptachlor epoxide during gestation and infancy are found to have changes in nervous system and immune ... thus it tends to accumulate in the body fat of humans and animals. Heptachlor epoxide is more likely to be found in the ...
*  Colostrum
The newborn animal must receive colostrum within 6 hours of being born for maximal absorption of colostral antibodies to occur ... Colostrum is crucial for newborn farm animals. They receive no passive transfer of immunity via the placenta before birth, so ... Newborns have very immature and small digestive systems, and colostrum delivers its nutrients in a very concentrated low-volume ... Weaver, L. T., Wadd, N., Taylor, C. E., Greenwell, J. and Toms, G. L. (June 1991). "The ontogeny of serum IgA in the newborn". ...
*  Surili
Newborn animals are white colored and have a black strip at the back, although some have a cross-shaped mark. By one year the ... They live in groups of up to 21 animals (average 10 or fewer animals in most species) consisting of a male, several females, ...
*  King vulture
Principally a carrion eater, there are isolated reports of it killing and eating injured animals, newborn calves and small ... 3613 (1). doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3613.1.3. Day, David (1981): The Doomsday Book of Animals: Ebury, London/Viking, New York. ISBN ... Ormiston, D. "Sarcoramphus papa". Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved 11 September 2007. de Roy, Tui (1998). "King of the Jungle". ... Tozzer, Alfred Marston; Glover Morrill Allen (1910). Animal Figures in the Maya Codices. Harvard University. "King Vulture". ...
*  Red imported fire ants in Australia
According to the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, fire ants kill farm animals and crops, with newborn ... Pets and domestic animals can also be stung and injured, and may have allergic reactions or be blinded by exposure to venom. ... Fire ants also invade the food and water supplies of animals and deter them from feeding and drinking, leading to starvation ... Fire ants are very aggressive and feed voraciously on ground dwelling animals, such as insects, frogs, reptiles, birds and ...
*  Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
... letting the animals multiply and sending family members to other zoos is unwise, according to veterinarians. Newborn animals ... Through its Aharon Shulov Fund for the Study of Animals in Captivity, it also provides grants for research on animal welfare ... There is also an animal-themed jungle gym for children and a sculpture garden containing 23 phantasmagorical animal sculptures ... and a quarantine unit where incoming animals and zoo animals being sent to other zoos are tested for diseases. This medical ...
*  Foot-and-mouth disease
... especially in newborn animals. Some infected ruminants remain asymptomatic carriers, but they nonetheless carry FMDV and may be ... The same strain was used at the nearby Institute for Animal Health and Merial Animal Health Ltd at Pirbright, 2.5 miles (4.0 km ... The FMD virus can be transmitted in a number of ways, including close-contact animal-to-animal spread, long-distance aerosol ... despite this being a frequently nonfatal disease for adult animals (2-5% mortality), though young animals can have a high ...
*  American black bear
When initially emerging from hibernation, they will seek to feed on carrion from winter-killed animals and newborn ungulates. ... However, animal rights activism over the last decade has slowed the harvest of these animals; therefore the lard from black ... Wolf packs typically kill black bears when the large animals are in their hibernation cycle. There is at least one record of a ... Although black bears do not often engage in active predation of other large animals for much of the year, the species will ...
*  National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka
The number of introduced and newborn animal species changes with the time due to death, animal exchanges with other zoos and ... Its sprawling areas are host to a variety of animals and birds. The zoo exhibits animals but also places an emphasis on animal ... Ongoing animal breeding program is helpful for increasing the population of some animal species in the zoo and it also ... Every year the zoo exchanges some of its animals with other zoos worldwide to enlarge the diversity of its animals and ...
*  Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan
Kumar, Ajay (14 September 2007). "Newborn Hippo cheers animal lovers at Patna Zoo". indiatraveltimes.com. India Travel Times. ... Breeding captive wild animals is a difficult challenge that the zoo has met with some notable success. The great one-horned ... "Patna zoo to get 14 new animals - The Times of India". The Times Of India. "Lone Patna zoo elephant to be shifted to ... The zoo is currently home to over 800 animals of about 110 species, including tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, hippopotamus, ...
*  Benzquinamide
E.I. Goldenthal (1971). "A compilation of LD50 values in newborn and adult animals". Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 18 (1): 185-207 ...
*  Infanticide in carnivores
In zoology, this commonly refers to the killing and in some cases consumption of newborn animals by either a parent or an ...
*  Cochliomyia hominivorax
... such as in wounds and the navels of newborn animals. The larvae hatch and burrow into the surrounding tissue as they feed. If ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) California Department of Food and Agriculture Animal Health Branch (January 2000 ... Screw-worm females lay 250-500 eggs in the exposed flesh of warm-blooded animals, including humans, ... eat the living tissue of warm-blooded animals. It is present in the New World tropics. There are five species of Cochliomyia ...
*  Thermoregulation in humans
Brown fat is specialized for this purpose, and is abundant in newborns and animals that hibernate. Adjusting the human body ... This is a primary reason why animals store up food in the winter.[citation needed] In addition to heat production by shivering ... Shivering is more effective than exercise at producing heat because the animal (includes humans) remains still. This means that ... During low-intensity shivering, animals shiver constantly at a low level for months during cold conditions. During high- ...
*  Agriculture in Thailand
... survival rates of newborn animals, and immune system impacts. Climate change has and will continue to harm rice yields. A study ...
*  Chymosin
It is produced by newborn ruminant animals in the lining of the abomasum to curdle the milk they ingest, allowing a longer ... Chymosin is produced by gastric chief cells in young ruminants and some other newborn animals to curdle the milk they ingest, ... FPC contains the identical chymosin as the animal source, but produced in a more efficient way. FPC products have been on the ... FPC contains only chymosin B, achieving a high degree of purity compared with animal rennet. FPC can deliver several benefits ...
*  Infanticide in rodents
... and in zoology this is often the termination or consumption of newborn animals by either a parent or an unrelated adult. In ...
*  Dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia
... or making brain lesions in newborn animals, or delivering animals abnormally by Caesarian section, all induce a marked ... Recent evidence on a variety of animal models of psychosis, such as sensitization of animal behaviour by amphetamine, or ... Some animal models of psychosis are similar to those for addiction - displaying increased locomotor activity. For those female ... Mice with only 5% of the normal levels of NMDAR's expressed schizophrenic like behaviors seen in animal models of schizophrenia ...
*  Hibernation
Other animals able to survive long periods with no or very little oxygen include the goldfish, the red-eared slider turtle, the ... nurturing environment for their newborns. While hibernation has long been studied in rodents, namely ground squirrels, no ... Before entering hibernation, animals need to store enough energy to last through the entire winter. Larger species become ... Although research in the 1990s hinted at the ability to induce torpor in animals by injection of blood taken from a hibernating ...