Type of animal science: Classification Fields of study: Marine biology, zoology Octopuses and squid belong to the order Octopoda, members of which have eight tentacles covered with sucker pads.
They have two eyes and a well-developed nervous system and are considered among the most intelligent of all invertebrates.
Type of animal science: Anatomy, classification Fields of study:Anatomy, entomology, ornithology, marine biology, zoology Omnivores are animals that eat both plants and animals. They are found in all types of animals, including arthropods,
fish, birds, and mammals. Omnivore diets may vary seasonally.
Type of animal science: Classification Fields of study: Anatomy, conservation biology, wildlife ecology, zoology Orangutans are large apes with orange to reddish-brown shaggy hair. They have very long arms and no tail. They
survive solely in the jungles of Borneo and Sumatra, where their habitat has been destroyed to the point that they are
listed as a threatened species.
Type of animal science: Classification Fields of study: Anatomy, ornithology, physiology, population biology The ostrich and its relatives are famous for their exotic appearance and for being flightless birds. They are the oldest
type of bird alive today, dating back eighty million years to the age of dinosaurs.
Type of animal science: Behavior, classification, ecology Fields of study: Ecology, wildlife ecology, zoology Otters are found in many parts of the world where there is clean, flowing water. Otters are large members of the weasel
family, the Mustelidae, which includes mink, skunks, and badgers.
Type of animal science: Classification Fields of study: Anatomy, ornithology, physiology, zoology Any of the Strigiformes, a group of birds with highly specialized characteristics for nocturnal activity, including soft
feathers and enhanced hearing and eyesight.