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Clownfish, also called anemonefish, is a group of small, colorful fish popular in home aquariums.
The snow leopard, sometimes called the ounce, is a large cat that lives high in the mountains of central Asia.
The gray wolf is one of the largest members of the dog family.
Ring-tailed lemurs resemble monkeys, except that they have a long, pointed snout.
The northern raccoon lives in Canada, the United States, and Central America.
The Mongolian gerbil, also called the Mongolian jird, is a furry, ratlike rodent with long hind legs and a long, hairy tail.
The hammerhead shark is a meat-eating shark with a wide, flattened head.
The green iguana, also called the common iguana, is found from Mexico to southern Brazil and Paraguay.
The snapping turtle is a freshwater turtle that lives in the Americas.
The white rhinoceros is the largest of all rhinoceroses.
Mosquito is the name of a large group of slender insects that feed on blood and other liquids.
The chicken is a bird that is raised for its meat and eggs. There are probably more chickens than any other single kind of bird, and they live throughout the world.
The sea lion is a large ocean mammal with four flippers.
Cow Appreciation Day is July 12th.
Tiger is the largest member of the cat family.
The snake is an animal with a long, legless body covered in dry scales. To move about on land, a snake usually slides on its belly.
Millions of people who live in Africa and Asia depend on camels to fulfill most of their basic needs.
Monkey is any of numerous lively mammals that rank among the most intelligent animals.
The elephant is the largest animal that lives on land. Elephants have a nose in the form of a long trunk, which they can use much like a hand. They have larger ears than any other animal, and their tusks are the largest teeth.
International Whale Shark Day is August 30th
The nurse shark is a bottom-dwelling shark that lives in shallow coastal waters.