African Rainforest Animal
Gorilla are some of the unique African Rainforest Animal names.
But whenever we hear the name of Africa...
...we immediately think of elephants, rhinoceros, giraffe and zebra as the most common animals found there.
Let us look at the physical and the behavioral characteristics of these animals.
Aardvark, Bat, Bonobo, Gorilla are mammals.
When we consider their sizes, we can find quite a few variations:
Aardvark – is upto 2 feet in height, weighs upto 150 lbs.
Bat – is upto 6 feet in wingspan, weighs upto 11 ounces
Bongo – is upto 4 feet in height, weighs upto 900 lbs
Bonobo – is 4 feet in height, weighs upto 85 lbs
Bushbuck – is 3 feet in height, weighs upto 180 lbs
Chimpanzee – is 4.1/2 feet in height, weighs upto 110 lbs
Duiker – is upto 2 feet in height, weighs upto 45 lbs
Gorilla – is upto 6 feet in height, weighs upto 350 lbs
African Rainforest Animal Meal Types
Life Range of the Animals:
|Aardvark – Omnivorous, eats termites|
Bat – Omnivorous, eats insects, fruits and flowers
Bongo – Herbivore, eats plants
Bonobo – eats fruits, plants, leaves and flowers
Bushbuck – eats fruits, grass and flowers
Chimpanzee – eats fruits and leaves
Duiker – eats fruits, leaves and flowers
Gorilla – eats plants and leaves.
Aardvark – Upto 23 years,
Bat – Upto 30 years
Bongo – Upto 20 years
Bonobo – Upto 60 years
Bushbuck – Upto 12 years
Chimpanzee – Upto 60 years
Duiker – Upto 12 years
Gorilla – Upto 50 years
Their behavior and defense against dangers
Aardvark, Bat, bongo - are nocturnal
Bushbuck – solitary
Chimpanzees – live in groups
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