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Donkey MOJO Donkey
Donkeys have a reputation for stubbornness but this is due to their highly developed sense of self preservation. It is difficult to force or frighten a donkey into doing something it sees as contrary to its own best interest or safety.
N.º artículo: 387397
Lion Cub Standing MOJO Lion Cub Standing
The lion is one of the largest, strongest and most powerful cats in the world, second only to the Siberian tiger. They are the largest cats on the African continent and in many ways unique among cats, but the biggest difference between...
N.º artículo: 387011
Meerkat MOJO Meerkat
If the individual Meerkat on guard spots approaching danger they will sound the alarm to the rest of the group. Meerkats are known to use a wide range of vocal calls to communicate between one another sounding long howls to warn the rest...
N.º artículo: 387125
Shire Foal MOJO Shire Foal
Shire horse, a breed of draft horse native to central England. It is equal in weight to the Belgian horse and is usually slightly taller. Widely used as a war horse during the Middle Ages, it was well adapted to carry the excessive...
N.º artículo: 387399
Donkey Foal MOJO Donkey Foal
Donkeys have a reputation for stubbornness but this is due to their highly developed sense of self preservation. It is difficult to force or frighten a donkey into doing something it sees as contrary to its own best interest or safety.
N.º artículo: 387398
Percheron MOJO Percheron
The ancestors of the modern day Percheron served as war horses carrying knights into battle instead as draft animals in the field. As agricultural pursuits began to take precedence over battles, these horses were bred more for size,...
N.º artículo: 387396
Morgan Stallion Palomino MOJO Morgan Stallion Palomino
The Morgan horse is one of the most elegant and versatile breeds. From roping to dressage and every sport in between, Morgans can be found competing. They are known for their good disposition and intelligence, as well as their strength...
N.º artículo: 387395
Zebra Foal MOJO Zebra Foal
Zebra are native to Sub-Saharan Africa. Two prominent African Zebra species are Plains Zebra (Equus burchelli) and Grevy‚'s Zebra (Equus grevyi). They may look similar but they show many different behavior traits.
N.º artículo: 387394
Zebra Mare MOJO Zebra Mare
Zebra are native to Sub-Saharan Africa. Two prominent African Zebra species are Plains Zebra (Equus burchelli) and Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi). They may look similar but they show many different behavior traits.
N.º artículo: 387393
Llama Baby MOJO Llama Baby
Llamas are willing pack animals but only to a point. An overloaded llama will simply refuse to move. These animals often lie down on the ground and they may spit, hiss, or even kick at their owners until their burden is lessened.
N.º artículo: 387392
Llama MOJO Llama
Llamas are willing pack animals but only to a point. An overloaded llama will simply refuse to move. These animals often lie down on the ground and they may spit, hiss, or even kick at their owners until their burden is lessened.
N.º artículo: 387391
Hanoverian Bay MOJO Hanoverian Bay
The Hanoverian is a warmblood breed; warmbloods being a mix of light and heavy horse. It is one of the oldest and most numerous of the warmbloods. Its history goes back to 17th century when Spanish, oriental, and Neapolitan stallions...
N.º artículo: 387390
Troodon with Articulated Jaw MOJO Troodon with Articulated Jaw
N.º artículo: 387389
Baryonyx with Articulated Jaw MOJO Baryonyx with Articulated Jaw
Baryonyx is a genus of the theropod dinosaurs which lived in the Barremian stage of the early Cretaceous Period, about 130-125 million years ago. The holotype specimen was discovered in 1983 in Surrey, England, and the animal was named...
N.º artículo: 387388
Deluxe Mamenchisaurus MOJO Deluxe Mamenchisaurus
With such a long neck, you might assume that Mamenchisaurus subsisted on the uppermost leaves of tall trees. However, some paleontologists believe that this dinosaur, and other sauropods like it, was incapable of holding its neck to its...
N.º artículo: 387387
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