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Dyan deNapoli

U.S.
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I ONLY ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT PENGUINS. As a recognized penguin expert, I can authoritatively answer any questions about penguins - from biology, behavior, conservation, habitat or the impacts of global warming, to working in an aquarium setting and husbandry management etc. AGAIN, I ANSWER PENGUIN QUESTIONS ONLY - IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT OTHER ANIMALS, PLEASE ASK A DIFFERENT EXPERT. Thank you!

JOHN ROCKWOOD

U.S.
Available
I ONLY ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT COMMON LOONS. As a Common Loon expert, I can answer any questions about Common Loons - from biology, behavior, conservation, habitat and environmental issues effecting Loons. AGAIN, I ANSWER COMMON LOONS QUESTIONS ONLY - IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT OTHER ANIMALS, PLEASE ASK A DIFFERENT EXPERT. Thank you!

Fady D. Isho

U.S.
Available
I can answer general questions about any and all of the phyla within the kingdom Animalia. I am most knowledgeable on the predatory, reproductive, and intraspecific and interspecific behavior of megafauna, including but not limited to the big cats, ursines, hyenas, canids, and the like. I can also answer some questions about animal conservation, but please do not ask me how to rehabilitate feral animals. Virtually every state in America has a local animal shelter or rehabilitation center that serves that purpose. I would also prefer not to answer questions about hypothetical animal fights.

Jonathan Wright

U.K.
Maxed Out
I can answer questions about wild mammals and other animals, as well as extinct animals and zoos. I am not an expert about every animal species. I can look up information from books and the internet, but can't verify if all the information is true. Please don't ask questions about: 1. Pets. I am not a vet. Please contact a vet if your pet is ill. You may need to spend some money if you want your pet to live. Don't get a pet if you don't know how to look after it and if you can't provide it with the space, food and possible companions that will help it live a healthy life. Don't take animals from the wild, unless they are ill and/or injured and you can protect them until a wildlife charity can help. It is cruel to take animals from their parents, especially if the parents will look for the babies, while putting their other babies at risk. You may be breaking the law by keeping wild animals or you may need a licence to look after some species. Please check with a local wildlife group. 2. Eggs: Please don't remove eggs from nests. The mother .....

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2017-03-20 Why that is a two month old Bottlenose dolphin that lives in captivity is:

Dear Administrator    Thank you for your follow-up questions. I also wish to thank the authors of the web sites I used.    I think the dolphin became friendly towards people because it did not have enough

2017-03-19 Why that is a two month old Bottlenose dolphin that lives in captivity is:

Dear Sir or Madam    Thank you for your question. I also wish to thank the authors of the websites I used.    Anna-Marie Lever ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7511352.stm)says that female bottlenose

2017-03-19 Birds which cannot fly database.:

Hello Prashant,    Aside from penguins, there are about 60 other species of birds that cannot fly. There are various reasons why some birds have evolved over time to lose the ability to fly - and various

2017-03-19 Birds which cannot fly database.:

Dear Prashant        Thank you for your questions. I also wish to thank the authors of the websites I used.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flightless_bird and https://www.dawn.com/news/1316490 say there

2017-03-14 squirrel bones:

Dear Anna    Thank you for your question. I also wish to thank the authors of the websites I used.    I think that the 'cocoons' you found are owl pellets. A friend found some owl pellets years ago and

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