Spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta)

Interesting :

Shaped like a wolf, but bigger than the head of a large body looks slope down from the head to the tail. The front legs are longer than the hind legs towards the end of the tail is bushy A coat is grayish brown A pattern of black dots scattered over the body. When older these spots will gradually fade to Highway E with a large jaw bones stronger and able to tackle large pieces easily.

Habitat :

Common from south of the Sahara Desert to eastern and southern Africa.

Food :

Carnivorous: mainly medium sized ungulates - wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle. They will eat carrion on occasion.

Behavior :

Spotted hyena teeth and jaw strength. A carnivore on land with a bite force in the world which is able to chew and grind the bones easily. The animals are omnivorous The ability to hunt down and other animals that are not much larger.

Current Status :

Least Concern (IUCN Red List,2014)

Reproductive :

Spotted hyena With a gestation period of only four months. When pregnancy is very fierce, very special. The protective instinct