Cave animals are animals that live all or part of their lives in caves. Temporary cave tenants include bears, mountain lions, foxes, wildcats, and many other carnivorous animals, as well as bats, oilbirds, and swifts.
Metazoa is a term for all animals whose bodies are composed of more than one cell. See more »
The thorax is a division of certain animal bodies. It is the middle section of the body, situated between the head or neck and the abdomen. See more »