|The Habbits of the Wild Keiran
Author: sumichan614 PM
(Joke fic) Welcome to the world of the Wild Keiran. Here, you will find informattion about the lifestyle of this magnificent creature.Rated: Fiction K - English - Parody - Words: 903 - Published: 01-26-13 - Status: Complete - id: 3095817
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Welcome to the interesting life of the wild Keiran, or Keiranious Domious. Keirans are a species native to north America and stand at about 5'11 with a coat of black hair and feathers. Regrettably, All females of this species have died out, forcing them to cross breed with other species. The Keiran is a very shy and elusive creature, but it will attack if provoked. it is one of natures mis uderstood beauties, like the toad.
The Keiran is Native to North america and some parts of Northern Europe. Keirans Prefer to nest in trees above the ground to avoid predators. These nests are Usualy Composed of Mud and Twigs, as well as Any other trash found lying around. These nests are called CUNABULUMS.
The wild Keiran Feeds on Insects and Other small animals, Such as mice or rabbits. The most common diet of the keiran, however, is 'Burger King'
Keirans are not very social Creatures, and prefere to live in solitude, meeting up with other creatures only to hunt or mate. a few other notes:
An alarmed keiran can behave strangely. Some keirans when startled or handled improperly, will exhibit seizures and collapse in their cage. This can be quite frightening to a young child or adult, but this is normal behavior for a gerbil reacting to a stressor. After a short time, the keiran will recover and return to its normal behavioral patterns.
Excessive grooming is normal. Keirans enjoy grooming themselves on a regular basis. onne can say they like to 'feel pretty.'
Nesting can be the source of some strange behaviors. If they are allergic to the bedding, they might develop a "runny nose".
Not all strange eating behaviors are abnormal. Keirans will often whistle frequently at feeding times, especially when their favorite foods are offered. On the other hand, these creatures scare easily and may stop eating and run around when approached.
Stress is the cause of a number of odd behaviors. Keirans adjust poorly to sudden changes in their daily routines. Moving them to a location, or even a new addition to their territory, can cause some non-pathological behavior changes. These changes can cause a "fight or flight" stress response and cause them to become aggressive or react differently when handled.
Stress also can cause a keiran to run around in circles in its cage. Irritation from mites or lice, or other biting insects, however, can cause this same behavior. Running in circles, shaking its head, or head tilting is a more serious behavior problem caused by an inner ear infection. Tune in to what changes took place in the animal's environment before assuming it is an illness.
Territorial behaviors can be misinterpreted for illness. Keirans may give behavioral (territorial) warnings such as stomping its rear feet when a new person or another Keiran approaches.
The Keiran, Being a Solitude loving creature, Ventures into a crowd of people once a year and preforms itts mating dance. This dance consists of the keiran swinging his shoulders and hips in opposite directions, resulting in a shuffle-like movement. The Keiran also has a matig call, witch sounds like a distressed cow.
Care of Young
Keirans are overly cautious and secretive when caring for young cubs. they will immediately move them if the area becomes disturbed or threatened.
The Keiran is solely responsible for the protection and care of its young for the first few months of the cubs' lives. it leaves its young for only short periods of time to drink and hunt.
Keirans will spend nearly 70% of their time nursing their cubs for the first few days following birth. The amount of time spent nursing reduces to about 30% of their day by the time the cubs are a month old.
Nursing Keirans must increase their nutritional intake by an estimated 50% to keep up their milk supply.
Keiran cubs begin consuming solid food when they are six to eight weeks old.
At four months of age tiger cubs are about the size of a medium-sized dog and spend their day playing, pouncing and wrestling with siblings.
Keiran cubs are weaned from their mothers by six months of age. However, they are still dependent on the prey their mothers procure for them. Although they are hunting on their own yet, cubs begin to explore and roam their surroundings more freely.
Cubs will begin to follow their mothers out of the den around two months of age. However, they do not participate in the hunt at this point. They wait in a safe place for their mother to bring the food back to them.
Keiran cubs begin to hunt with their mother and siblings between eight and ten months of age. The Keiran is primarily concerned with teaching its young how to hunt and protect themselves.
Keiran cubs spend the majority of their time playing with their siblings and their mother around fifteen months of age. Playing helps the growing Keiran cubs develop useful life skills such as stalking, pouncing, swatting and climbing.
We hope this text have given you insight into the World of the Keiran.