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English Springer SpanielToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the English Springer Spaniel.

Friendly and eager to please!

If you didn't get here quick enough like Simon the Snail, yesterday's featured animal was the Neapolitan Mastiff.

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BirdBird
Not all birds are able to fly!
BarbBarb
There are over 2,000 known species!
BonoboBonobo
Shares 97% of the same DNA as humans!
Guinea PigGuinea Pig
Natively found in the Andes Mountain range!
Pygmy HippopotamusPygmy Hippopotamus
Spends more time on land than in water!
Monte Iberia EleuthMonte Iberia Eleuth
The smallest frog in the Northern Hemisphere!
Dogue De BordeauxDogue De Bordeaux
Extremely loyal and devoted to it's master!
MayflyMayfly
There are 2,500 known species worldwide!
MothMoth
There are 250,000 different species!
DolphinDolphin
Can reach speeds of up to 25 mph!
English ShepherdEnglish Shepherd
Highly intelligent and independent!
MalteseMaltese
Originally bred in Europe!
Crested PenguinCrested Penguin
Has long yellow eyebrows!
Pool FrogPool Frog
The rarest amphibian in the UK!
SheepSheep
Around 35 million in the English countryside!
CougarCougar
Largest feline in North America!
LigerLiger
The offspring of a lion and tiger parents!
Irish WolfHoundIrish WolfHound
Sweet-tempered, patient and thoughtful!
Highland CattleHighland Cattle
Natively found in the Scottish Highlands!
QuokkaQuokka
Makes runways through the long grasses!
AntelopeAntelope
Renew their horns every year!
African Forest ElephantAfrican Forest Elephant
Have large rounded ears to help keep them cool!
BadgerBadger
Can reach speeds of 30 km/h!
Japanese MacaqueJapanese Macaque
Has cheek pouches for storing food!
Butterfly FishButterfly Fish
There are more than 100 different species!
GopherGopher
They dig large networks of tunnels!
Stag BeetleStag Beetle
More than 1,200 different species!
Dwarf CrocodileDwarf Crocodile
Digs burrows in river banks to rest!
Patas MonkeyPatas Monkey
The fastest species of primate in the world!
Old English SheepdogOld English Sheepdog
Intelligent, sociable and playful!
White RhinocerosWhite Rhinoceros
The second largest animal on the land!
Little PenguinLittle Penguin
The smallest species of penguin!
RattlesnakeRattlesnake
It's venom digests it's prey before it even swallows it!
Black Widow SpiderBlack Widow Spider
They typically prey on insects!
GibbonGibbon
Found in dense jungles and tropical forests!
HimalayanHimalayan
Also known as the Colourpoint Persian!
BudgerigarBudgerigar
Natively found in Australia!
Leopard SealLeopard Seal
The world's most aggressive seal species!
Leopard CatLeopard Cat
There are 11 different species!
Ainu DogAinu Dog
An innate sense of direction!

Betty the Butterfly's Blog

How to Keep Your Guinea Pig Healthy and Entertained

Mon 27th August 2018 (0 comments)
Guinea pigs are sociable and intelligent. They make popular pets that children all around the world adore playing with. A downside of owning such a small and adorable pet is that they get bored just like any other animal and risk getting fat. It's easy to learn how to keep your guinea pig healthy and entertained only by following some basic rules.

Guinea pigs or Cavies need both human affection and entertainment. You can keep your little pig pet happy without emptying the nearest specialized store.
 
How to Keep Your Guinea Pig Healthy and Entertained
How to Keep Your Guinea Pig Healthy and Entertained, Copyright Depositphotos.com
How to Keep Your Guinea Pig Healthy and Entertained, Copyright Depositphotos.com

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