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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 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.