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Staffordshire Bull TerrierToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

Known for their loyalty to their family!

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

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Puffer FishPuffer Fish
The second most poisonous creature in the world!
SparrowSparrow
There are 140 different species!
Doberman PinscherDoberman Pinscher
A gentle, loyal and loving breed!
CoralCoral
Thought to be around 70,000 different species!
RobinRobin
There are more than 45 species in Australia alone!
AffenpinscherAffenpinscher
First bred in 17th century Germany!
DeerDeer
There are around 40 different species!
StoatStoat
Average adults weigh about 200 grams!
ElephantElephant
Spends around 22 hours a day eating!
SeahorseSeahorse
Highly endangered due to overhunting!
Bolognese DogBolognese Dog
From the northern Italian city of Bologna!
Sumatran Orang-utanSumatran Orang-utan
Known to make mental maps of the forest!
Tiger SharkTiger Shark
The fourth biggest species of shark in the world!
EagleEagle
Has exceptional eyesight!
Chinstrap PenguinChinstrap Penguin
There are 7 million breeding pairs!
CheetahCheetah
The fastest land mammal in the world!
CaracalCaracal
Has 20 different muscles in it's ears!
GharialGharial
Found in the murky waters of Northern India!
Nurse SharkNurse Shark
Commonly found in Central American waters!
LionfishLionfish
Females can release up to 15,000 eggs at a time!
GerbilGerbil
Originally known as the Desert Rat!
MagpieMagpie
They are found across Europe, Asia and Africa!
American Eskimo DogAmerican Eskimo Dog
Bred to be companion dogs!
WarthogWarthog
Has two sets of tusks on it's face!
AvocetAvocet
Has a curved, upturned beak!
Pied TamarinPied Tamarin
Only found in one area of Brazil!
PuffinPuffin
Can remain in the water for up to 2 minutes!
PlatypusPlatypus
One of the only mammals to lay eggs!
Golden OrioleGolden Oriole
Migrates between Europe and Asia!
ChinookChinook
A calm and friendly breed!
DachshundDachshund
Fun and playful breed of small dog!
African Palm CivetAfrican Palm Civet
Solitary but gathers in groups!
FishFish
Respire through the gills on their heads!
Tasmanian DevilTasmanian Devil
Exclusively found on the island of Tasmania!
BalineseBalinese
Playful and energetic breed!
Arctic FoxArctic Fox
Extremely thick winter fur!
Grey Mouse LemurGrey Mouse Lemur
The largest species of mouse lemur!
Cairn TerrierCairn Terrier
Intelligent, lively and strong!
Caiman LizardCaiman Lizard
One of the largest lizards in America!
Spectacled BearSpectacled Bear
Native to the Andes mountains of South America!

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World Animal Day 2018 - Tiny's Story

Thu 4th October 2018 (5 comments)
World Animal Day is celebrated every year around the world on October the 4th on the day of the feast of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. The aim of the day is to bring awareness to animal species across the globe to not only highlight the plight of species in the wild, but to also improve animal welfare standards for every animal no matter how big or small.

In order to celebrate World Animal Day 2018, I would like to share with you one particular animal that is very special to me personally.

World Animal Day 2018 - Tiny's Story
World Animal Day 2018 - Tiny's Story, - Copyright Millie Bond, A-Z Animals
World Animal Day 2018 - Tiny's Story, - Copyright Millie Bond, A-Z Animals

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