Hello admin LifeIsMeh, this is not regarding the animal database wiki as I do not currently edit articles here, I am instead messaging you because as an editor and admin here I'm sure that you are an avid wildlife enthusiast and may have the specific knowledge on animal taxonomy that I'm looking for, and also because I'm looking for a valid second opinion from within the FANDOM network.
I have a blog post on the Mechapaedia wiki that features a taxonomic Zoid classification system, and I have categorised all of the zoids as what type of creature they are based on with each entry listed in a quasi-phylogenetic order and using scientific terminology where applicable.
So anyway I figured you may be able to critique my work and aside from that I'm sure that as a wildlife enthusiast you would find it interesting regardless, I would love to know what you think of it, thank you.
Hello! Call me Mr. Spikess, I run a small wiki for any prehistoric life called Prehistoric Wiki and would like to propose a sort of collaboration to help eachother out! For example would be postting links on eachothers sites on the mainpage. I think our topics go hand in hand as I cover extinct plants and animals and I feel we could really help eachother out. If any admins could take my proposal into consideration and reply i'd be more than happy.
Popsicoe would like to become an admin. He/she looks valid. Vote must be unanimous. I also think no more than five admins would be good.
"so, I noticed you made a blog post saying if you'd like to become an admin, to comment the form below. But, maybe the comments were closed or something because it says I can't add a comment? anyways, that's what brought me here. :)
What do you think you could do with these rights? I think I could make a positive impact on this wiki with these rights. I could not only block users breaking the rules, but I could fix grammer, spelling or any other kind of errors on posts. I am experienced in coding, so I could also help with that :)
What would you like to do? I'd love to add more animals to the database. I love learning about animals, and it brought me here! I've studied a lot about animals, and I know their are many more magnificent animals out there that can be added to this wiki so I'd enjoy making some pages/helping with pages or answering questions. Also, I've seen some users spreading negativity on this wiki, and I'd appreciated having the ability to block them so others can enjoy a positive community! :)
Have you ever been blocked by any wiki or user? I have, because I was 11 at the time and was too young to be on a wiki. (in animal jam clans wiki), but now I'm 14 and I've changed and grew as a person from that time and learned my lesson."
I would say #1 is the Gray Wolf! They are smart, great runners, and pretty strong. #2 I'd say is the Grizzly Bear, very strong and has pretty good stamina. #3 is the Polar Bear. It is strong with good stamina both on land and better in water. #4 is the Jaguar, the top predator of Mexico. They have one of the strongest bites in the big cat family. Cougar comes in at #5. They are the second largest cat after the Jaguar. #6 is the American Black Bear. They are more peace loving than the other bears of North America. #7 is the Coyote, very smart, brave, and has good stamina. Next is Canda Lynx, their adaptations make them great hunters. Bobcat come in as #9, catching their prey swiftly and efficiently. #10 is the Wolverine, it's unique teeth allowing it to crunch through frozen flesh. They have strangled Polar Bears to death before (this happened in captivity and luckily never happens in the wild!). Next is the American Badger, just as vicious as the Wolverine except less. Last is the Red Fox, smart and brave.
But remember, none of them kill for no reason, so there is no such thing as vicious but just strong in animals!
Sure there are invasive species in North America! There is no such thing as a continent without invasive species! Feral cats and dogs are invasive carnivores. The American Mink has been introduced into South America and Europe.
And yes, a healthy species can grow much larger than average.
I think the winner would be Wolverine! Don't think of size, wolverines are agressive and never back down from a fight. Their bites are powerful and bone-breaking due to their molars being turned 90 degrees (?). They have been seen fighting off bears for a meal, so cats and badgers aren't a problem for them.
Feral cat eating larger meal like Hare/rabbit or dawn
If they still traveling like long walks since cats are curious like to walk around the forest or hunting as they stalk to run. They likey can workout like that but eating larger meal can they grown larger size
In physical fight of those animal
Wolverine vs badger vs lynx vs bobcat
If bobcat fought one of each could it win the fight
I don’t understand what u mean about the food of animal
If feral cat eats hare and fawn one or twice a week will it be bobcat size if it still do it’s work out like searching for food or running or exploring
How big could it reach in weight and height
No, not that I've hear of (and I've heard a lot about mammals)! ;)
In a physical fight, it'll still probably be the wolverine because they are vicious! The Bobcat could also win depending on the strength and stamina of the individual, but the probability is less than the Wolverine.
I do not think feral cats can eat a fawn, and I do not think they will grow abnormally large because catching prey is hard and great work-out, so it will limit their growth. A feral Maine Coon can probably reach the size of a bobcat, though, but not regular domestic/mixbreed cats! Abnormal growth is possible in introduced Goldfish and Carp though!
I think dingoes would suffer in the cold of northern North America, and would be better adapted to Texas and Mexico. I agree that tigers would do well in North America also, though Siberian Tigers would suffer in the heat of the southwest. I think they would do better in Mexico and Siberian tigers in Canada. Snow leopards would do great in the Cascade Range. I also think African Lions in the Great Plains!
Snow leopards living in that location u said what they hunt, how they survived, how many will it take to reproduce to survive and how they affect themselves with other animals for evolution or adapting
Wild boars have physical strength! They are exteremly agressive so that is why they have taken ahold on many countries, making them really hard to remove. I don't know how, but I've heard wild boars charging and defeating wild cats like snow leopards (or was it bobcats or lynx) before, protecting their young. Also, Gray Wolves and Bobcats might be too afraid to fight something much more agressive than themselves, and Wolverines don't care!
Snow leopards can learn to hunt North American deer and rabbits! There only needs to be a few snow leopards introduced into an area without many predators and competition for them to take a hold on North America. Snow leopards will need to produce at least two cubs per year for their numbers to grow. I don't know how they evolve since I haven't been studying Eurasian wildlife recently, but their introduced presence would harm the populations of deer, small mammals, native predators, and other prey due to competition and overkilling (?).
Bobcats are known for mostly hunting smaller animals, like rabbits, mice, and other varmints, but large bobcats will occasionally take down an adult deer.Nov 23, 2015
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They are adapting! Just very little. Evolving takes a lot of time like a lizard can't grow wings to fly in one day. However, an example of evolving is the invasive Cane Toad in Australia! They have grown longer, stronger legs to help them escape, making it harder for people to remove them. ):
Their prey would probably gain adaptations to help them escape or defend themselves! For example, rabbits might gain stronger, longer legs to run away faster or to kick the cats when cornered. The cats might gain similar adaptations and get smarter.
They won't evolve, but they can adapt. Adapting only takes about a year or less. And its sort of hard to evolve when a predator you've never seen before is rapidly hunting you out, not letting you have a chance to evolve.
OMG! They are huge! The largest cats found were approaching 20 kilograms, double the size of a Maine Coon cat. And one cat shot in Gippsland, Australia was reportedly measured over 1.5 meters (5 ft) long.
I've never watched Lion Gaurd! :O But it sounds interesting so I might.
I feel like feral cats will win since they are more versitile with four pairs of paws each armed with five claws and teeth. Are you saying American Mink? Anyway, I'm going to assume it is an aquatic rodent or weasel. They have less developed limbs and only teeth so the feral cat has the advantage.
I really loved Lion guard very munch, it makes the show more excited then the movie itself. I’m hoping as older appearances they can go further to new adventures and meet new villains that brings the show more development. Something like that in your own words
Fishers probaly can't kill a moose and it technically isn't a gene, but some of their young may have a mutation in their genes that makes them grow abnormally large. If this mutation helps them survive, it wil be passed down onto their young and will be considered an adaptation! It's sort of confusing, sorry.
Anyway, what is happening in the Lion Guard, since I have never whatched it and have no idea. Sorry! D:
If we had cool animals Africa or Asia has North America wouldn't be special and the animals wouldn't be cool, they'd be just like the other continents. Russia and Europe's wildlife are really similar to North America's, though.
Arizona is way too dry for an elephant! I'd say we build some kind of Safari Park like the one in San Diego around the continent if we want the dream to come true. But that would be damaging to the native environment. ):
Hi! Yes, African animals have awesome abilities! The Gazelle and Pronghorn are all great runners, fast with better stamina than the Cheetah, who has speed (up to 72 mph) but little stamina (can only run for under a minute). Lions are strong and smart, with a bite strength stronger than the Tiger, however, Tigers have stronger limbs than Lions.
No I haven’t yet, sorry! Abilities and stuff should be listed on the individual species’ pages. I feel the raccoon and raven are the smartest, but that’s all I know. The pig and bee are also pretty smart.
Jaguars are faster, with a top speed of 50 mph while leopards have a top speed of 36 mph. Leopards, however, are more intelligent. They are also awesome climbers, able to carry large prey up a tree to eat. Jaguars are also great climbers, hunting in trees! Leopards are good swimmers and very agile and they could also leap more than 20 feet. However, a Jaguar can easily kill a Leopard in close quarters since the Jaguar is more agressive.
The largest African Lion recorded weighed over 800 pounds and the longest African Lion recorded was 11 feet long from the nose to the tip of the tail. However, these giants live(d) in captivity. You can't expect a wild lion to grow that big.
But still, it is unlikely in the wild for a lion as large as a lion in captivity since lions in captivity literally do nothing and get fed (no hunting required!) while the wild lions have to workout to fight and hunt.
An animal living up to fifteen years (or around that time) ages typically five years before their average death. So, if they manage to double their average lifespan for some reason, you double the five years of seniorship as well!
They will still be strong compared to a person. However, when they are older than eleven (if the animal lives up to 15 years of age), they will start to loose their prey and territory to younger rivals.
How many times 7 days climb up and down will be enough for feral cat
Human to do that I’m curious avenged human physical strength is 120lbs to lift so if human climb 10,000ft tall mountain will be stronger maybe we get 300pounds to lift to gain muccel unkown Speed, or stamina and durable?
If the cats were like the warriors in the book series Warriors, Tigerstar (formerly Tigerclaw, Tigerpaw, Tigerkit) would be able to fend them off! Sorry if you don't understand. But yes, cats can fight off larger predators if they have good training.
Mexican Wolves, Timber Wolves, or Eastern Wolves are all subspecies of the Gray Wolf, and Red Wolves are small, making them hard to stand up to the large Gray Wolf.
Teenage kittens are from six months to a year!
Cats can certainly adapt! Evolutions could include growing larger or having more defenses like poison on their scent glands to kill the monitor. I don’t exactly know how they get there, but I know that they’ll get there naturally eventually! Since Nile Monitors are semi-aquatic, traveling by water is dangerous for the cats. They could travel by climbing since adult monitors can’t climb.
LOL, no, they were introduced as escaped pets! If the cats evolve or adapt, then the monitors would have less food, affecting the population and welfare of the monitors a little. The monitors would also evolve to catch the cats.
Figs are insectivores and technically aren't vegan since (the reason is kinda gross) when the female fig wasp polinates a flower, the flower then wraps itself around it and digests the wasp. So, therefore, it's not vegan.
Mountain climbing that is high enough for human to breath for month
Swimming in laps
Jumping to spot to spot
Running in high hills then down
3-4 month training
Average human abilities for this 3-4 months
Dog or cat or human doing this be strong to take on powerful polar bear
Human can lift 1,000lbs from this, running 30mph, stamina long distance more then 2 miles and able to take stab from knife on the chest
Dog will run double it’s stamina, speed 45mph, strength to lift in its mouth 250lbs
Cat able 30-45mph, strength 100lbs to lift and durable to surrive wolf jaw strength
That’s what I think
But I don’t know I want to try something similar close to this
Maybe, but all animals have their ablilities and limits.
Most humans die from stabs in the chest, though I've heard of some pirate who survived many stabs and shots before dying. Humans can do all of the things you listed above exept for getting stabbed.
No, dogs can't lift that much in it's mouth, though it can have incredible speed and stamina.
Cats probably can't survive a wolf bite, though they can gain speed, stamina, and some strength.
Go ahead and try, exept for the part where you get stabbed.