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  • Beavers are powerful swimmers


    Hey Guys checkout this Article on Beaver, Beavers are powerful swimmers that can swim underwater for up to 15 minutes. As the beaver dips underwater, the nose and ears shut to keep water out. Transparent inner eyelids close over each eye to help the beaver see. Second only to humans, beavers alter their environment more than any other organism on the planet. Read more on

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  • Fox- Blog


    Hey guys, please check out our article on the FOX:

    The fox is a scavenger carnivorous dog, generally found in urban city areas in the northern hemisphere. The fox is a nocturnal mammal, meaning that the fox only goes out a night to hunt for prey. Wild foxes tend live for around 6-7 years, but some foxes have been known to be older than 13 years in captivity.

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  • Axolotl- Blog


    Hey guys, be sure to check out our NEW article on the AXOLOTL:

    The axolotl, sometimes called the Mexican walking fish, is a type of salamander native to two lakes in the vicinity of Mexico City. What makes the axolotl especially unique among amphibians is that it is neotenic. This means that, unlike other salamanders, the axolotl remains in a kind of larval stage for the duration of its life. 

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  • Sea Urchin- Blog


    hey, check out this wonderful ocean animal the prickly SEA URCHIN:

    Sea Urchins are typically spiny, globular animals, echinoderms in the class Echinoidea. The Sea Urchin is found across the ocean floors worldwide, but rarely in the colder, polar regions. Sea Urchins are commonly found along the rocky ocean floor in both shallow and deeper water and are also commonly found inhabiting coral reefs.

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  • Cheetah- Blog


    Hey guys, be sure to check out this speedy animal the CHEETAH:

    The cheetah is a large and powerful feline that was once found throughout Africa and Asia and even in parts of Europe. Today however, it is found in only a few remote regions of its once vast natural range, primarily due to growing human settlements and the hunting of them for their fur.

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  • Oarfish- Blog


    Hey guys, please check out our article on the OARFISH:

    Oarfish are large, greatly elongated, pelagic labriform fish belonging to the small family Regalecidae. Found in all temperate to tropical oceans yet rarely seen, the oarfish family contains three species in two genera.

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  • Red panda- Blog


    Hey guys, be sure to check out this amazing creature, the RED PANDA:

    The Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens) is a mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List because the wild population is estimated at fewer than 10,000 mature individuals and continues to decline due to habitat loss, poaching, and accidental inbreeding.

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  • Emu- Blog


    Hey guys, check out our article on the EMU:

    The emu is the largest bird native to Australia and the second largest bird in the world, behind the ostrich. The emu is most commonly found in wooded areas  however, emus are common all over Australia.

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  • Wolf spider- Blog


    Hey guys, check out our article on the WOLF SPIDER:

    Wolf spiders are a family of robust and agile spiders with excellent eyesight, that live all around the world. Their range spreads from the mega-cities in the United states to the dry grassland of Australia. They are especially common in grasslands and meadows, but also live in mountains, deserts, rain-forests and wetlands — anywhere they can find insects to eat. 

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  • White rhinoceros- Blog


    Hey guys, check out our recent article on the WHITE RHINOCEROS:

    White rhinos live on Africa’s grassy plains, where they sometimes gather in groups of as many as a dozen individuals. Females reproduce only every two and a half to five years. Their single calf does not live on its own until it is about three years old. Under the hot African sun, white rhinos take cover by lying in the shade.

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