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Welcome to A-Z Animals


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Welcome to A-Z Animals, an online animal encyclopedia where you can learn about all your favourite animals, and even some you may have never heard of!
 

Random Animals

Grey Mouse Lemur

Grey Mouse Lemur

The largest species of mouse lemur!
Common Buzzard

Common Buzzard

The most common raptor in the UK!
Dingo

Dingo

Natively found on the Australian continent!
Emperor Penguin

Emperor Penguin

The world's largest species of penguin!
Betty the Butterfly's Blog

Betty the Butterfly's Blog

Essential Commands: Protect Your Dog Using Positive Reinforcement

Mon 17th October 2016 (0 comments)
This is a guest blog post by Amber Kingsley.

Long gone are the days that the majority people believed that using physical contact or force with an animal is a necessary means associated with training. Teaching a pet appropriate behaviours, even accomplishing some entertaining tricks, is more easily and effectively achieved by using positive reinforcement techniques instead.

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Recently Added Animals

MongrelMongrel
Has characteristics of two or more breeds!
Dwarf CrocodileDwarf Crocodile
Digs burrows in river banks to rest!
QuetzalQuetzal
The tail feathers of the male can be 1m long!
UguisuUguisu
Their guano is used in face creams!
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Rarely found more than 450m from trees!

Reference Library

Go to our Reference Library and Glossary to learn about Animal Habitats, Diet, Behaviour and much more...