Hyenas or hyaenas (from Greek ὕαινα hýaina) are any feliform carnivoran
mammals of the family Hyaenidae /haɪˈɛnᵻdiː/. With only four extant sp...
Although they are zoologically classified in their own family, hyenas share .... is
why hyenas look and act so much like African wild dogs even though they do not
Dec 20, 2008 ... They hyenas closest relatives are civets and genets. ... It is believed to more
closely related to weasel and skunk families than to the bear and raccoon family.
... Weasels, ferrets, civets, mongoose etc., do not look like dogs.
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Dec 19, 2014 ... Fast Facts about Hyenas Hyenas or hyaenas are believed to have originated in
Miocene Eurasia some ... In fact, they are a family of their own, the Hyaenidae –
and their closest relatives are the ... Why Do Hyenas Laugh?
"Hyaenid" is the proper term for any member of the hyena family (the ... hyenas (
the group to which the striped, [spotted] and [brown hyenas] belong). ... persist
and evolve for many millions of years longer if humans do not exterminate them.
Hyenas are not members of the dog or cat families. Instead, they are so unique
that they have a family all their own, Hyaenidae. There are four members of the ...
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The hyena is a carnivorous dog-like species of animal, native to parts of both
Africa and Asia. There are four known species of hyena, the spotted hyena, the ...
Jun 9, 2016 ... Hyenas don't laugh, and they are not related to dogs. ... There are four species in
the hyena family, and they vary in size. ... Though the termites secrete a toxin,
aardwolves do not seem to be affected by it, according to ADW.