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HabitatA sphynx is a selected breed so the chances of a sphynx in the wild are slim. But if they were they would be located very shallow rocky areas exposed to sunlight or  algae-covered terraces. It is able to live on artificial hard structures in shallow waters. This species feeds on benthic invertebrates and algae.

about the sphynx  A sphynx is a medium sized cat it typically weighs 6-12 pounds (male 8-11 lbs female 6-8 lbs). Their height is about 51 inches. An average lifespan is about 8-14 years. A sphynx colors or patterns is the same as what it would look like if they had fur. The colors of a sphynx are white, black, blue, red, cream, chocolate, and lavender. their skin feels like a soft leather. They have ne coat so to keep warm all the body oils build up and that keeps them warm. Most of them have hairs on their nose, tail and on their ears.

dietA sphynx will eat whatever is put in front of it. So you need to be really careful on what you put out for it to eat, because it has a very sensitive digestive system. But a sphynx is more of a demestic cat so they eat dry food, you would buy at the store, because they are a selected breed of cats. a sphynx is a omnivore just like most cats.

Other Interesting FactsA sphynx is usually found cuddling or loves to be the center of attention. How many young are born? How long does it live? Describe interesting features of the average amount of kittens  in a litter is about 4 kittens. a newborn weighs about 100 to 110 grams.


Characteristics of mammals Some mammals may live in water but every mammal is warm blooded. Most mammals are born live (or not in an egg or shell). all mammals have hair or fur on their body, some hair shorter than others. Every mammal feeds their young milk until they can eat food themselves. Mammals have been alive long before the extinction of dinosaurs, about 100 million years of difference. The most resent checklist  of mammals there was about 5416 different species  of mammals.



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