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Kiddopedia Dec 1
The heaviest lion on record weighed an amazing 375 kg (826 lb) (x-post from r/hardcoreaww)
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Kiddopedia Nov 27
Gharial are a highly endangered relative of the crocodile. The males protect the egg sites and are known to carry the young on their backs in water.
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Kiddopedia Nov 30
Burrowing owls are the only owls that nest underground, often in loose colonies with other burrowing owls.
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Global Research Network Dec 1
Junior Fellow for the Animals & Biodiversity Think Tank Programme, Marine Lercier, will be participating in the V Coloquios De Derecho Animal today at 19:10 UTC (in Spanish). Watch the live stream here:
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Kiddopedia Nov 29
Many bats are social creatures. Honduran White Bat females will occassionally nurse the young of other females!
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Kiddopedia Nov 27
The capybara is the largest rodent and can weigh up to 35 to 66 kg (77 to 146 lb) They live in groups of 10-20 but during the dry season up to 100 individuals.
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Maurizio Q Dec 1
* My passion - My happiness - 🐎💫 * Mi passion - Mi felicidad 💫🐎
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African Eco Tours Dec 3
Look at what QENP has got for us! Book with via for exclusive offers as the year is nearing to the end.
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Kiddopedia Nov 25
Each bear in a litter can have a different father
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Kiddopedia Dec 3
Once, there were no chickens, just wild jungle fowl.
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Happy Gringo.com Dec 2
December is a great month at Galapagos. Read on to discover what a trip to Galapagos in December entails – everything you need to know, from weather to wildlife.
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Kiddopedia Nov 29
Ants maintain designated areas for excrement to keep their colonies sanitary, akin to human restrooms or latrines.
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Kiddopedia Dec 1
Polar bears aren't white! Their fur is actually clear and their skin is black!
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Kiddopedia 13h
Hummingbirds go into a state of hibernation called torpor at night to counter their need to constantly feed. During torpor the hummingbird's metabolic rate is reduced by as much as 95%!
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Kiddopedia Nov 25
Lionesses often synchronize their births, which allows the cubs to suckle indiscriminately and have an equal chance of survival
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Kiddopedia Nov 27
Venus Fly-traps are native to the Southeastern United States. They capture small prey, including some vertebrates, to obtain the nitrogen the boggy soil lacks.
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José Balmori Nov 28
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OSCAR BONIGNO Nov 28
¡Gracias por tus palabras! ★★★★★ "I am so happy with my Silber Fisch Brosche and Pendant. It is absolute wonderful and adorable. Great thanks" irina
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Kiddopedia Dec 1
Moles are loners that spend a majority of their lives in their tunnels. Three to five moles per acre is considered to be a high mole population.
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¡¡¡¡Vai ¡¡¡¡¡ Nov 26
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