Howler

Howler may refer to:

  • Howler (band), a band from Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • The Howler, a roller coaster at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana
  • Howler (Animorphs), a fictional alien species from the Animorphs setting
  • Howler, a type of magic object from the Harry Potter series
  • Howler (mascot), the mascot of the Phoenix Coyotes
  • Howler, a kind of mathematical fallacy that produces a correct result in spite of incorrect logic
  • Howlers, fictional creatures from the PlayStation 3 game Resistance: Fall of Man
  • Howler, original name of Velociraptor Screech from The Land Before Time TV series
  • Hewl√™r, the Kurdish name for the city of Arbil, Iraq
  • Howler monkey, among the largest of the New World monkeys
  • Howler tone, another name for off-hook tone, a tone alerting subscribers to the receiver having been left off the hook
  • Howlers, strong omnivorous creatures which is mutated from cat family in Metro 2033

Other articles related to "howler, howlers":

Howlermonkey - Anatomy and Physiology
... Howler monkeys have short snouts and wide-set, round nostrils ... Their noses are very keen, and the Howler monkey can smell out its food (primarily fruit and nuts) up to 2km away ... Unlike other New World monkeys, both male and female howler monkeys have trichromatic color vision ...
Ecuadorian Mantled Howler
... The Ecuadorian mantled howler (Alouatta palliata aequatorialis) is a subspecies of the mantled howler, A ... range limits between the Ecuadorian mantled howler and the golden-mantled howler are not entirely clear ... The Ecuadorian mantled howler replaces the Golden-mantled howler in either extreme eastern Costa Rica or western Panama ...
Spix's Red-handed Howler
... Spix's red-handed howler (Alouatta discolor) is a vulnerable species of howler monkey native to the southeastern Amazon in Brazil ... considered a subspecies of the red-handed howler, but unlike most individuals of that species, the back of the Spix's red-handed howler is yellowish-brown to reddish-brown ... When these food sources are limited, the howlers also supplement their diets with more mature leaves, flowers, woody plant matter, and sometimes fungi to possibly help digest the increased plant matter ...
Southern Brown Howler
... The Southern brown howler (Alouatta guariba clamitans) is a monkey subspecies of brown howler native to coastal Argentina and Brazil ...