Below are hints to help identify the animal. Need help please...
1. This animal spends its whole life drunk usually hanging around in trees.
2. You would have to go to Asia to see one of these but chances are you don't really want to, at least not out in the wild. It's the biggest of its of kind. If you survive the bite the infection will probably do you in anyway.
3. Its anatomy shows its avian heritage but the shift in primary habitat can be considered to be a step back in the phylogenetic past. It is also a fine example of convergent evolution.
4. Not many species belong to this general group as evolution as moved on leaving them behind. The particular animal we are looking for has sort of a mixed up appearence which can also be said of its way of reproduction. You don't want to get on the wrong end of the males though. They have a nasty spine.
5. Their closest cousins are much more famous but these folks are lot more interesting. If you ran into them in a very dark alley you might confuse them for skinny little humans in need of body wax but you don't necessarily want your little kids around when they pursue their favorite activity which they supposedly do quite often.
This one has to be the komodo dragon.
I'd also say porcupine on this one.
All the questions dont relate to one animal, do they? The one about being drunk seems vaguely bizarre...
"What are humans if they don't learn at University? Animals, yes."
^^One of my ex-girlfriends said that. I stress the ex part.
I have to say that it bothers me a great deal that you're doing this. You just copied and pasted an assignment. I worked hard using research, asking questions and am using the book to get me some of the answers you're just having people reply on. I don't think it's academically honest.
I have also spent a lot of time trying to figure out the answers by doing research and reading books. That fact that someone just posts the questions in a forum, and let other people answer the questions is really disgusting, and shows no sign of academic honesty and moral values.
Whoever you are, bicho, shame on you! You should not be an university student.
But it says the animal has an avian heritage, so that would make it some sort of bird.
Generally speaking, the more people talk about "being saved," the further away they actually are from true salvation.
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