Bull trout behavior and facts
Named for its large head, the bull trout is a species of char native to Northwestern North America.
The bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) is also known as the cub, Ganges, Nicaragua, river, shovelnose, slipway grey, square-nose, Van Rooyen's, and Zambezi shark.
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Scientific Name: Carcharhinus leucas
Description: Bull sharks are distinguished from other sharks by their high body width to length ratio, giving them a stout appearance.
Bull kelp is an annual seaweed-meaning it grows from a spore to maturity within a single year. It grows quickly, sometimes 10 inches (25 cm) in one day.
Bull sharks, Carcharhinus leucas (Müller and Henle, 1839), aka zambezi, ganges (often confused with the Ganges river shark, Glyphis gangeticus), ground sharks, river sharks, freshwater whalers, estuary whalers, shovelnoses, slipway greys, ...
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Goatsucker - common name for nocturnal or crepuscular birds of the order Caprimulgiformes, which includes the frogmouth, the oilbird, potoos, and nightjars.
Bull Shark Range
Type: Fish Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 16 years Size: 7 to 11.5 ft (2.1 to 3.4 m) Weight: 200 to 500 lbs (90 to 230 kg) Group name: School or shoal Did you know?
Bull sharks are common in warm, shallow waters along coasts throughout the world. They are known for their particularly unpredictable behavior, as they often travel up rivers and can pose a large threat to those who venture in to the water there.
The Bull shark is found in tropical as well as in sub-tropical seas especially along the shores all around the world. The body shape of this omnivorous animal is undoubtedly remarkable.
The Bull Shark (Carcharhinus leucas Valenciennes) can be recognised by a combination of characters including a stout body, short blunt snout, triangular serrated teeth in the upper jaw and no fin markings as an adult.
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Family: FringillidaeSerinus canariaPhoto © Animal-World: Courtesy Denise Taormina
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Bull Frog in First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, VA
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Bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas):
The bull shark gets its name from its snout, which is wider than it is long. It is possibly more dangerous to humans than the great white shark because it lives in shallow, murky water in areas where people swim.
Bull, John L.; Farrand, John Jr.; Rayfield, Susan & National Audubon Society (1977): The Audubon Society field guide to North American birds, Eastern Region. Alfred A. Knopf, New York. ISBN 0-394-41405-5 ...
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Bull elephant seals fight for control of their harems.
Bull elk grow antlers beginning in May and continuing through August of each year. Antlers are shed in late March and April. Antler growth begins when bulls reach approximately one year of age. A bull's first antlers typically are unbranched spikes.
Bull Sharks are viviparous, meaning they give birth to live young that are nourished inside the mother shark. Sexual maturity is reached between the ages of 8 - 10.
Bull males bellow loudly to attract mates each September and October. The bulls are normally solitary (live alone), but come together during the mating season to battle with other males using their huge antlers.
Bull Elk, taken on the Bow Valley parkway near Johnstone Canyon, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Photograph by James Anderson. Some rights reserved. (view image details)
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Bull - 1,400 to 2,000 pounds
Cow - 1,000 to 1,300 pounds
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Bull elephants battle for steed rights to the herd. Female elephants can start breeding at age 12. Once a female becomes pregnant, the baby will be born between 630 to 660 days later. This is the longest gestation period of any land animal.
the Bullterrier recognizes at its very long head, the small triangular eyes and the thin Stehohren one. Size and weight: There are not any sizes or we...
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Bull kelp is a common seaweed, and several uses for this abundant kelp have been discovered by humans. Along with other brown algae, bull kelp has been collected, treated, and sold as a fertilizer for terrestrial agriculture.
Bull, P.C., Gaze, P.D., Robertson, C.J.R. (1985). The Atlas of Bird Distribution in New Zealand. Ornithological society of New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand ...
Bull's musth walk - head erect, ears wide, ear waves of one ear, a low pulsing growl
Trunk curling and uncurling
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"Bull" reds are best caught with natural bait. Fresh cut mullet, larger live mullet (6-8 inches long) and blue crab are the best baits. Both single and double-drop bottom rigs are good.
A bull moose in full spread of antlers is the most imposing beast in North America. It stands taller at the shoulder than the largest saddle horse.
A bull giraffe may reach nearly 6m in height (over 18 ft). However, like most mammals (including humans) they have only 7 neck vertebrae, the bones being greatly elongated.
The bull is heavier than the cow. Habitat is grass plains with open marshes and enough water. Important requirements include areas with short grass, water for drinking and bathing, thickets for shelter and fairly flat terrain.
Our bull elephant Aung Bo joined us in October 2012 and will hopefully play an important role in our conservation breeding programme.
See also: Diver, Snake, Eland, Reptile, Tiger