Does a flamingo live alone or in groups?
Flamingos live in groups to about 1,000 or 10,000 depending on the area they need to stay in.
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salamanders are qwite intresting. what i ponder is that salamanders admire to live in groups.but nobody knows for sure.
Manatees live alone, in groups, or in pairs. It all depends on the indiviual manatee and how it chooses to live.
They either stay in a group or are alone. Depends what species andif there is something wrong.
Peacocks do live in groups. They usually have one male cock and several hen. Mature males kept together in a confided area will fight, so peacocks are usually kept separate.
Moose are primarily solitary animals. The only groups you'd see of moose is of a cow with one or more of her calves.
most of the time but at night they stay alone because of their food they don't want to share anything with another animal so they stay alone most of the time but obviously baby leopards stay with their mother but then they leave so the answer to the question is that most of the times they do but not… all the times (MORE)
The swordfish alwas lives alone. Throughout its life from when it has been born to when it dies. The only gathering of Swordfish is during the mating season and after that the males will leave and the females will leave their eggs on the seaweed.
Eagles don't live in groups. But you usually see them in a pair. Most eagles have mates for life. But if you see 2 bald eagles and 1 or more golden eagles in the same nest, the golden eagle is probably just a young bald eagle. Lots of people mistake a young bald eagle for a golden eagle.
When a giraffe is young, it stays with its parents. Adult giraffes live alone but sometimes they go together as a groupto eat.
I think that most of them live in a group. When the baby hippo grews up he/she will start looking for a partner. Anyway they will most of the time or always be in a grup or family.
Platypuses do not live in groups. They are generally solitary, and at most will live only in a small family group of 3-4 animals for a short time.
Yes, flamingos live in large flocks for protection from predators; large groups make it difficult for predators to pick out one individual and the movement of many birds together can be confusing.
Chameleons typically live alone, although they are not usuallyhighly territorial. This gives them a better opportunity to huntand hide from predators.
It depends on what type of salmon you are talking about. Pick One: Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, or any other salmon.
Koalas are essentially solitary animals, but they live in communities where the social structure is quite complex. Koalas are territorial, but each koala within the social group has its own specific range for feeding, which may or may not overlap the range of its neighbour. There is always one domin…ant male in each social group, but he is by no means the only male. Koalas do feed alone and travel alone, but they understand their own social structure. When one of their community dies, another does not immediately move in and take its place. It takes about a year for the scent of the previous occupant to fade, and only then will another koala move in to its range. (MORE)
female cheetahs live alone and male cheetahs live in large groups to take down a large opponent
Yes there is one spider that live with thousand others and the webs can be 6 feet tall
They live in groups; they are very social animals and in the wildcan travel in groups of 100 or more.
Snakes live alone but when time for mating season they mate with each other and then leve and dont see another snake in a year.
Mainly wolves live in groups called packs. But when a wolf gets sick or injured it leaves the pack and becomes a lone wolf.
They usually live in a pack but when one gets hurt or is old and can't keep up with the pack it is in a position that the pack could turn on it and eat it or it will just get left behind.
A wolf lives in a pack of other wolves usually 8-12 wolves per a pack
Narwhals live in close- knit pods, generally with between 4- 20 members. They can be all males, all females, or a mixture of both.
well some lizards per fur to live a lone but yes 2 will live together in a group but never 3 or more
Depending on the species, kangaroos are more likely to live ingroups. Larger kangaroos like the Red kangaroo and the two Greykangaroo species live in mobs , while the smallerkangaroos, such as the musky-rat kangaroo, tend to be solitary.tree kangaroos are also solitary. Other species of kangaroos …tend to live in small colonies.Wallabies, pademelons, rat-kangaroos and wallaroos do not live inlarge groups. (MORE)
Prior to its extinction in the 20th century, the thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, tended toward being a solitary animal, rather than a pack animal.
Mostly in groups because they migrate to Mexico together for 2 months, (most of their life!)
it depends if the camel is own because some people use camels to travel and the people usually travel with lots of camels and sometimes with just one camel.so it is both.
Kangaroos live and travel in groups which have a dominant male. A group of kangaroos is called a herd, troop or mob.
They live in group. Kind of like a pack even though they aren'twolves. They stick together and take care of each other.
Stoats and other weasels are normally solitary, however family groups of females with young can be seen.
Both. Females are usually solitary animals. Only when they are weaning cubs can we spot a female cheetah with youngsters. Male cheetahs however live in groups. Birth brothers usually 2-3 in number live together for life. Groups of brothers of upto 4 male cheetahs have been known and recorded.
Of course they travel in groups. They gotta satisfy their hormonal needs and they can't do it alone like humans can!
Cows, calves and yearlings live in loose herds or groups. Bulls onthe other hand, live in bachelor groups or alone.
Definately in a group, but males might go wandering off on there lonesome after a girl
Most domestic ferret can live in groups called a "business". Ferrets in the wild are solitary animals.
It depends on the other animals in the enviroment. If there are wolves, then usually the wolf pack prevents coyotes from forming packs. If there is no food compitition, and the food source is primairly ungulates, then the coyotes will likely form packs. Other wise, they generally act solitary
Whilest primarily solitary animals the coyote or Cannius Coyotillian has been known to band together in small groups (known as Forceps) for the purposes of hunting large prey such as wildebeest or armadillos. The Forcep is usually dominated by one alpha male refered to by Cyotologists as the Proto…dog, which decides what animal should be hunted on a specific day. Below the Protodog is the Alpha Female, she has a supporting role within the Forcep, generally being in charge of keep things tidy in the den and making the dinner. (MORE)
Orangutans live alone except for when a mother is raising her offspring.newtest3 orangutans live alone.
They live in a group because they have many different holes that connect underground that they go through to protect themselves from predators.
Of course they travel in groups . They gotta satisfy their hormonal needs and they can't do it alone like humans can..
Cats live alone sometimes u might see some cats in groups but that's Probley a momma cat and it's children Hope my answer worked
yes they do everyone know that lol !! ther is pictures to prove it !!??
they live in both. but when they are aout to hunt they form a large group.
Tarantulas live alone. At a VERY young age they live together, andthere are some tarantulas that seem to be able to live harmoniouslywith other tarantulas, BUT NEVER KEEP PET TARANTULAS TOGETHER INTHE SAME CAGE. In most cases, they are guaranteed cannibals.
Bobcats do not live in groups. The only cat(that's wild) that lives in groups are lions. Bobcats only live in a "group" is when a mother has cubs.
Tapir are mostly solitary animals however they do come together to mate and mothers stay with their young for about a year after they are born.
Platypuses are solitary animals, living alone in their own burrows. However, platypuses do live in communities along a riverbank, where the population of females outnumbers the males.
Most gecko species are solitary animals. They only encounter the opposite sex during breeding season. During the breeding season, Some female gecko species will roost together. Once the eggs have been deposited, they will then venture on their own again.
they live in small gropus of five, usually due to the fact that they eat the heces of the others, so it's kind of like a cycle.