Northern Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird Northern mockingbird The northern mockingbird is a medium-sized bird that is commonly found in North America. Known for its ability to mimic the songs of other birds and even some non-bird sounds, the mockingbird is known as one of the most accomplished vocalists in the avian world. It has a grayish-brown back and...
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Père David’s deer

Père David’s deer Père David’s deer Père David's deer, also known as Milu, is a species of deer that is native to China. They were once widespread throughout China but became extinct in the wild due to hunting and habitat loss. The last few individuals were kept in captivity by a Chinese nobleman before eventually...
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Western Lowland Gorillas

Western Lowland Gorillas Western Lowland Gorillas Western lowland gorillas are the smallest subspecies of gorillas but still one of the largest primates on Earth, with males weighing up to 400 pounds and standing up to six feet tall. They have black-brown fur and a muscular build to help navigate their forest environment and climb trees....
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Cougar The cougar, also known as the mountain lion, is a large, solitary cat native to the Americas. They are powerful hunters and can take down prey much larger than themselves, including deer and elk. Cougars are stealthy and elusive, and are known for their ability to jump up to 20 feet in a single...
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Zebra The zebra is a striped African equid, closely related to horses and donkeys. It is easily recognizable due to its unique black and white stripes pattern. Zebras are social animals that live in groups called "harems" consisting of one stallion, several mares, and their offspring. They are herbivores and primarily feed on grass and...
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Okapi The Okapi is a relative of the giraffe found in the dense rainforests of Central Africa. It has a reddish-brown coat with distinct white stripes on its legs and hindquarters. The Okapi is the only known mammal to have a long, prehensile tongue that it uses to strip leaves from trees. They are also...
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Shoebill The shoebill, or Balaeniceps rex, is a unique bird found in the swamps of East Africa. It is named for its distinct bill, which is shaped like a Dutch clog. Shoebills can grow up to five feet tall and have a wingspan of over eight feet. They are solitary creatures that hunt for fish...
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Prairie Dogs

Prairie Dogs Prairie dogs are small, burrowing rodents that live in grasslands and prairies throughout North America. They are highly social animals, living in large underground colonies that can house hundreds of individuals. Prairie dogs communicate with each other through a complex series of vocalizations and body language. They are herbivores, eating a diet primarily...
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