Round-Up – B

Here is the list of animals beginning with “B” in order of how similar each of them are to humans:

1. Beaver – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/34-reasons-why-beavers-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (34 Reasons)

2. Bat – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/26/25-reasons-why-bats-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (25 Reasons)

3. Bee – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/20-reasons-why-bees-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (20 Reasons)

4. Sloth Bear, Spectacled Bear and Sun Bear – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/19-reasons-why-sloth-bears-spectacled-bears-and-sun-bears-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (19 Reasons)

5. Butterfly – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/17-reasons-why-butterflies-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (17 Reasons)

6. Black Bear – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/29/15-reasons-why-black-bears-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (15 Reasons)

7. Brown Bear – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/14-reasons-why-brown-bears-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (14 Reasons)

8.

Bison – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/13-reasons-why-bison-are-similar-to-human-beings/

Polar Bear – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/13-reasons-why-polar-bears-are-similar-to-human-beings/

(Both 13 Reasons)

9. Giant Panda – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/01/7-reasons-why-giant-pandas-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (7 Reasons)

10.

Badger – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/21/6-reasons-why-a-badger-is-similar-to-a-human-being/

Barracuda – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/6-reasons-why-a-barracuda-is-similar-to-a-human-being/

(Both 6 Reasons)

Round-Up – A

I’m going to university in a few days so I would like to summarise each letter that I have covered before I go.

I’ll try and post as regularly as I can, but unfortunately I can’t make any promises!

So here is the list of animals beginning with the letter “A” in order of how similar they are to human beings:

1. Ape – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/how-are-apes-like-humans/ (21 Reasons)

2. Ant https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/27/15-reasons-why-ants-similar-to-human-beings/  (15 Reasons)

3. Aardvark – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/19/12-reasons-why-an-aardvark-is-similar-to-a-human-being/ (12 Reasons)

4. Alligator – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/10-reasons-why-an-alligator-is-similar-to-a-human-being/ (10 Reasons)

5.

Albatross – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/9-reasons-why-an-albatross-is-similar-to-a-human-being/

Antelope – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/9-reasons-why-an-antelope-is-similar-to-a-human-being/

(Both 9 Reasons)

6. Alpaca – https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/8-reasons-why-alpacas-are-similar-to-human-beings/ (8 Reasons)

So in conclusion the animals that are most similar to humans, beginning with the letter “A”, are apes and the least like us are alpacas.

21 Reasons Why Caribou Are Similar To Human Beings

1. I Hear You – Caribou have two ears and so do humans.

2. I Can See That – Caribou have two eyes and so do humans.

3. Limpy Limbs – Humans have four limbs and so do caribou.

4. Chew On You – Caribou have a mouths and so do humans.

5. Snuffle Snuffle – Caribou have a nose and so do humans.

6. Marathon – Humans can travel long distances and so can caribou.

7. Furry Things – Caribou have body hair and so do humans.

8. Cold Feet – Caribou can travel through deep snow and so can humans.

9. The Ancients – Humans have been around for thousands of years and so have caribou.

10. Little Shy Guys – Caribou seem very humble and so do some humans.

11. Don’t Bug Me – Caribou can get pestered and killed by bugs and so can humans.

12. Caribou Paddle – Humans can swim and so can caribou.

13. Get Used To It – Caribou have changed to adapt to different environments and so have humans.

14. Gotta Get Bigger – Caribou have evolved and so have humans.

15. Antler-less – Some caribou don’t have antlers and neither do humans.

16. Crack The Ice – Caribou can dig through snow to find the lichen which they feed on, this is called “cratering”. Humans can also dig through snow.

17. Knee-High Kicks – Humans have knees and so do caribou.

18. Myths and Legends – Caribou appear in Inuit tales and so do humans.

19. Two Sides Of The Same Coin – A caribou’s face is depicted of one side of a Canadian 25 cent coin and a human face also appears on the other side of this coin.

20. Words About Me – Caribou are written about in books and so are humans.

21. Art – Caribou are depicted in Inuit carvings and drawings and so are humans.

Caribou

Picture: http://www.nature.org/newsfeatures/specialfeatures/animals/mammals/caribou.xml

Film: https://www.nfb.ca/film/being_caribou

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribou)

19 Reasons Why Capybara Are Similar To Human Beings

1. One With Nature  Capybara live in forests and so do some humans.

2. Chew Chew – Capybara have molar teeth and so do humans.

3. Blink Blink – Humans have two eyes and so do capybara.

4. Nod Nod – Capybara have a head and so do humans.

5. Stink Lines – Capybara have sweat glands and so do humans.

6. Furry Skin – Humans have body hair and so do capybara.

7. Double The Sound – Capybara have two ears and so do humans.

8. Quadruple The Limbs – Capybara have four limbs and so do humans.

9. Disproportioned – Human legs are longer than our arms, this is the same for capybara as their hind legs are slightly longer than their forelegs.

10. Five A Day – Capybara eat fruit and so do humans.

11. Choosy Choosers – Capybara are very selective about what they eat, and humans can also be like this.

12. With A Few Good Friends – Humans can live alone or in groups and so can capybara.

13. Who’s In Charge? – Capybara create hierarchies in their groups and humans also have this in society.

14. Hopscotch – Young capybara play and so do human children.

15. What A Racket! – Capybara can communicate using sounds and so can humans.

16. Like A Fish – Capybara can swim and so can some humans.

17. Alloparenting – “Alloparenting” is apparent in capybara which means that other capybara, that are not the pup’s parent, can look after it. This can also happen with humans. For example: grandparents can take over the role of a guardian and this is called a “skipped generation household.”

18. Live Indoors – Although it is illegal in some places, capybara can be kept as pets, which means that they can be domesticated. Humans are also domesticated.

19. Important Papers – Drusillas Park in Alfriston, Sussex have kept a record of all births, deaths and movements of the capybara that they have there. Humans also have this information documented.

Capybara

Picture: http://www.animalcorner.co.uk/rainforests/capybara.html

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alloparenting)

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capybara)

20 Reasons Why Camels Are Similar To Human Beings

 

I am finally on the letter “C” of my blog! Check out my pages on the homepage if you wish. 

 

1. Heigh Ho – Camels can carry goods and so can humans.

 

2. I’m Tame – Camels are domesticated and so are humans.

 

3. Too Darn Hot – A camels body temperature ranges from between 34°C and rises to 40°C by sunset. Humans average body temperature is 37°C.

 

4. Sweaty Betty – Camels can sweat and so can humans.

 

5. Long Limbed – Humans have four limbs and so do camels.

 

6. Mouthy Ones – Camels have mouths and so do humans.

 

7. Flutter Those Eyes – Camels have eyelashes and so do humans.

 

8. V-ear-y H-ear-y Ears – Humans have ear hair and so do camels.

 

9. I Can’t Breathe! – Camels have nostrils that can close and so do humans.

 

10. Close Your Eyes – Camels have eyelids and so do humans.

 

11. Organs – Humans have kidneys and so do camels.

 

12. Digestion – Camels have intestines and so do humans.

 

13. Master Traders – Camels help facilitate trade and humans also do this.

 

14. Shake That Head – Humans have necks and so do camels.

 

15. For Queen And Country – Camels have fought in wars and so have humans.

 

16. So Boney – Camels have ribs and so do humans.

 

17. Nasty Habit – Humans can spit and so can camels.

 

18. Sniff Sniff – Camels have a nose and so do humans.

 

19. I’m Listening – Camels have two ears and so do humans.

 

20. I Can See Clearly Now – Camels have two eyes and so do humans.

Camel

Picture: http://www.acerlux.com/miscfacts/camelmeat.html

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camel)

17 Reasons Why Butterflies Are Similar To Human Beings

1. Are We There Yet? – Butterflies can travel long distances and so can humans.

2. Hydration – Humans drink water and so do butterflies.

3. Mimicry – Butterfly wings have patterns on them that ensure that they can camouflage themselves, this is called “mimicry”. Humans can also camouflage themselves in different environments.

4. Butterfl-eyes – Butterflies have two eyes and so do humans.

5. Heads Up – Butterflies have heads and so do humans.

6. Abdomenable! – Humans have abdomens and so do butterflies.

7. Unique – Butterflies are all different in appearance and so are humans.

8. Sexual Dimorphism – Butterflies are “sexually dimorphic”; which means that there’s an obvious difference in appearance between males and females.

9. Male And Female – Butterflies have two sexes, much like humans do.

10. Maladies Butterflies can get infections and diseases and so can humans.

11. Sexy Smells – Humans produce pheromones and so do butterflies.

12. Tasty – Butterflies have a sense of taste and so do humans.

13. Colours Glorious Colours – Some butterflies have colour vision and so do humans.

14. Make Some Noise – Some butterflies can make sounds and so can humans.

15. I Can Hear You – Some butterflies can hear and so can humans.

16. Work On That Tan – Butterflies will bask in the sun and so do humans.

17. Muses – Butterflies have been depicted in art and so have humans.

“18 Reasons Why Caterpillars Are Similar To Human Beings”: https://humanimalsblog.wordpress.com/2014/12/18/18-reasons-why-caterpillars-are-similar-to-human-beings/

Butterfly

Picture: http://www.universeofsymbolism.com/butterfly-symbolism.html

“BBC’s Life”: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_(BBC_TV_series)#6._.22Insects.22

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly)

13 Reasons Why Bison Are Similar To Human Beings

 

1. Just Keep Swimming – Bison are good swimmers and so are some humans.

 

2. Beast – Bison have body hair and so do humans.

 

3. Gangly – Humans have four limbs and so do bison.

 

4. Ancient Art – Bison have been depicted in cave drawings and so have humans.

 

5. Better Bison – Humans have evolved and so have bison.

 

6. Keeping Up Appearances  Bison groom themselves and so do some humans.

 

7. Playtime – Humans play and so do bison. 

 

8. Bi-Seen – Bison have two eyes and so do humans.

 

9. Stinky Smells  Humans have a nose and so do bison.

 

10. Bi-Heard – Bison have ears and so do humans.

 

11. Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Humans have a head and so do bison.

 

12. Ailments – Bison can get illnesses and diseases, much like humans can.

 

13. We Protect Our Own – Bison protect their family like some humans do.

Bison

Picture: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/american-bison/

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bison)