A troglobite is an animal that lives entirely in the dark parts of caves Roughly
speaking, troglobites may be classed as troglofauna (the land-dwelling species)
When you think of cave animals, you may think of bats or bears but cave life is
much more diversified.
By clicking on the words below you can find out about the animals that live in that
part of the cave: The Entrance (Twilight Zone) of Caves. Deep in Caves.
Terrestrial Cave Animals. Caves are home to many animals. A troglobiont ('troglo'
means cave or hole in Greek and 'bio' means life) is an organism that lives in ...
Jan 26, 2011 ... Cave animals just might be some of the strangest animals on Earth. Adapted to
living somewhere with little to no light and practically no ...
What is it like in a cave? When you walk into a cave, you are entering a secret
world of underground rooms and tunnels. It is very dark in a cave because the ...
Animals. ... The establishment of Wind Cave National Game Preserve in 1912
brought the reintroduction of bison, elk, and pronghorn to the park. That legacy of
Aug 24, 2010 ... So-called troglobites – not to be confused with troglodites, or cave men – are
creatures that have adapted their physical forms to best suit the ...
The animals that live in an aquatic habitat are referred to as aquatic animals.
These are animals that live in the water. Examples of the aquatic animals are
Bats are the creatures most people associate with caves, and for good reason:
bats inhabit caves worldwide. Bats are the second largest group of mammals ...