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The Yorkshire Terrier

Wildlife

The Yorkshire Terrier Although a toy breed, the Yorkshire Terrier still retain much of its terrier origin in terms of traits. Individual dogs will be different, but they are usually intellectual, independent and brave. Yorkshire Terriers are fast to resolve where they fit in a household’s pack. Their activities towards outsiders will differ, they often will be disposed to bark ...

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The Canada lynx

Wildlife

The Canada lynx The Canada lynx or Canadian lynx is a North American animal of the cat family, Felidae. It is a close family member of the Eurasian Lynx. However, in several features the Canada lynx is more like the bobcat (Lynx rufus) than the Eurasian Lynx. With the familiar subspecies, it ranges across Canada and into Alaska as well ...

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The Yellow Eyed Penguin

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The Yellow Eyed Penguin The yellow eyed penguin is one of the some penguin species established in north of the Antarctic Ocean. As its name advises, this species of penguin is simply identified by its yellow colored eyes and light yellow band that runs from its eyes round the back of the yellow-eyed penguin’s skull. They are found off the ...

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The Australian Mist

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The Australian Mist The Australian Mist or spotted Australian mist was bred in Australia in the 1700s to create a tiny-haired cat with a marked coat. They are believed to be a mix-bred cat with mostly Burmese and Abyssinian cat blood-lines. Today the spotted body area of Australian mists name has been dropped, as the cats today often have further ...

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The Dusky Dolphin

Wildlife

The Dusky Dolphin The Dusky Dolphin is a tiny species of dolphin that is discovered populating the cooler waters along continental slopes throughout the southern hemisphere. This unique looking cetacean is very much related to other big oceanic animals together with other dolphins, whales and porpoises but despite their fish-like look Dusky Dolphins are proper mammals that equally breathe air ...

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The Dwarf Crocodile

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The Dwarf Crocodile The Dwarf Crocodile is a little species of crocodile that is locally discovered in the rainforests of West Africa. They are the smallest species of crocodile in all over the world and is also one of the most unique with a small, broad snout and tough scales that wrap their entire black body (most crocodiles do not ...

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The Caracal Cat

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The Caracal Cat The Caracal Cat is also commonly known as the Persian Lynx or African Lynx despite the fact that the caracal is not a lynx at all. The caracal is thought to be most closely related to the African golden cat and the serval. The Caracals name is believed to come from the Turkish word Karakulak, which means ...

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The Barn Owl

Wildlife

The Barn Owl The Barn Owl are one of the most broadly allocated birds discovered everywhere around the world apart from the Antarctic and desert districts. Although this is the case, the barn owl inhabitants are extra predominant in the Southern Hemisphere because of better weather situations for barn owl. Barn owls lean to determine between 25 and 40cm tall ...

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The Centipede

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The Centipede The Centipede is a speedy and fast carnivorous invertebrate that is discovered usually around decaying stuff all around the world. They are not only carnivorous creatures but the bite of the centipede also holds venom which indicates that the centipede/chilopoda kills its prey before eating it. Despite their name, and the general idea that a centipede has 100 ...

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The Dodo bird

Wildlife

The Dodo bird The dodo bird was an average to large sized flightless bird that was exposed on the Island of Mauritius in the 1590s and was announced vanished less than a century later, in 1681. Despite the turkey-sized body of the dodo, it is consider to have been most personally related to minor birds such as doves and pigeons. ...

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