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Ungulate

belonging or pertaining to the Ungulata, a former order of all hoofed mammals, now divided into the odd-toed perissodactyls and even-toed artiodactyls. 3.

Ungulate is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ungulate books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

understanding ungulates - Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society
Critters NWPS Newsletter for. Youth and Educators. Winter 2004.
Understanding Ungulate Herbivory-Episodic Disturbance Effects on
Understanding Ungulate Herbivory-Episodic Disturbance Effects on Vegetation Dynamics: Knowledge Gaps and Management Needs. Author(s): Michael J.
Grazing Behavior in Ungulates: Current - Oregon State University
Abstract: An early focus on ungulate foraging behavior oceurred in the I940's ... to the selective foraging habits of ungulates and their poor distribution about the.
Controlling Ungulate Populations in native ecosystems in Hawaii
Nov 22, 2005 ungulate population control and research on selected areas in Hawaii. Hawaiian ecosystems are vulnerable to ungulate presence. Hawaii's ...
Aerial ungulate surveys with a combination of infrared and high
Aerial ungulate surveys with a combination of infrared and high–resolution natural colour images.— Informa- tion on animal population sizes is crucial for wildlife ...

Suggested News Resources

Smithers Airport Moose Makes A Case For 'Ungulate-Only' Entrance
One witness was at the town's airport when she noticed a baby moose roaming near, stomping its hooves on foliage outside the terminal before sneaking a peek through the building's doors. Anges Pion, the airport worker who took the photo, told The ...
Wacky giraffes take center stage at local zoos
But the infant ungulate is already breaking records. The male baby clocked in at 6 foot 4 inches tall making him the tallest giraffe ever born at the facility.
Best Job Ever: Collecting Bones in Alaska
Every summer, Miller is dropped off in the Brooks Range with ungulate biologist Dr. Eric Wald. They navigate through the refuge in an inflatable raft, sampling as they go, until they reach the Arctic Ocean.
Young rhino can't weight to be boss
Senior ungulate keeper Mark Mills said the six-month-old rhino calf still had a “very cheeky” nature and was living up to her name.
Elk dies after fall through Bow River ice
Grizzly 122 stands over a partly eaten cow elk carcass after the ungulate drowned in the Bow River in a similar location in November 2013. RMO FILE PHOTO.

Suggested Web Resources

Ungulate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ungulates (pronounced /ˈʌŋɡjᵿleɪts/) are any members of a diverse clade of primarily large mammals that includes odd-toed ungulates such as horses and ...
Ungulates
Ungulates: Hoofed Mammals. One traditional grouping of mammals, the Ungulata, is now recognized as a paraphyletic grouping; that is, it contains some, but ...
Ungulate | Define Ungulate at Dictionary.com
belonging or pertaining to the Ungulata, a former order of all hoofed mammals, now divided into the odd-toed perissodactyls and even-toed artiodactyls. 3.
What is an UNGULATE? - Ultimate Ungulate
Apr 28, 2011 Literally, "ungulate" refers to any animal with hooves - a hoof being an enlarged toenail (see below). However, in practice, the use of the name ...
Ungulate | Definition of Ungulate by Merriam-Webster
Define ungulate: having hooves—ungulate in a sentence.

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