Interesting animals facts

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17 facts about insects
The most numerous group of animals
European pine marten
They are excellent climbers.
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Animals
What's the difference between Salamanders and Lizards?
Very similar but completely different vertebrates
Slow worm lizard
Females are larger than males. The female's body length can reach 50 centimeters and the male's up to 40.
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Goblin shark
It is very little known about goblin shark reproduction.
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Giant panda
The giant panda is a species at risk of extinction.
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Leeches
Leech saliva has specific properties.
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Animals
What's the difference between Llamas and Alpacas?
Very similar and therefore often confused
Animals
18 facts about Black-headed python
Aspidites melanocephalus
Bull snake
They start to mate in May and lay eggs in June and early July.
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Animals
13 facts about Zebra mussel
Dreissena polymorpha
Clownfish
The average lifespan of clownfish is about 10 to 13 years in the wild.
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Animals
26 facts about Brittle stars
Also known as serpent stars, or ophiuroids
Sloth
A distinctive feature of sloths is the presence of three long fingers and toes, armed with three powerful, hook-shaped claws, thanks to which they can hang from tree branches.
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Animals
19 facts about Goblin shark
Mitsukurina owstoni
Sea lamprey
Sea lampreys can be found deep under the sea.
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Animals
20 facts about Leeches
Animals with unusual properties
Sand lizard
Sand lizard is carnivorous.
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Narwhal
A huge threat to narwhal is the climate change.
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Sloth
Sloth’s fur consists of short and woolly and long and bristly hair.
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Horseshoe crab
They are caught and used as bait to catch eels.
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Animals
20 facts about Sloth
The world’s slowest mammals
Southern cassowary
They are one of the biggest living birds.
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Animals
25 facts about Giant panda
The only bear that does not hibernate during winter
Clownfish
Clownfish are omnivores.
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Sloth
Sloths have 18 continuously growing teeth: 10 in the jaw and 8 in the mandible.
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Narwhal
They live in Arctic waters, mostly off the coast of Greenland.
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Llamas
Coat structure
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Bird of Paradise
The feathers of birds of paradise are used by indigenous people of New Guinea to decorate ritual costumes, plumes, or funeral ceremonies.
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Animals
15 facts about Yellow spotted lizard
Lepidophyma flavimaculatum
Animals
20 facts about Leopard geckos
Also known as panther gecko
Bull snake
Bullsnakes are heavy-bodied reptiles with body length ranging from 1,2 to 1,8 m (4 to 6 ft).
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Okapi
The okapi is one of the few mammals that can lick its own ears.
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Animals
14 facts about Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus means "spine lizard."
Black-headed python
Black-headed pythons are nocturnal animals.
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Animals
19 facts about Luna moth
One of the largest moths in North America.
Animals
17 facts about Bull snake
One of the largest snakes in Canada and United States.