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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

GreyhoundToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Greyhound.

Extremely fast and athletic!

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

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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!

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Asiatic Black BearAsiatic Black Bear
Known to eat 160 different tree-borne fruits in Thailand!
X-Ray TetraX-Ray Tetra
Yellow, black and white striped fins!
TuataraTuatara
Only found on a few of New Zealand's islands!
GorillaGorilla
The biggest of the world's primates!
BeetleBeetle
There are more than 350,000 different species!
PlatypusPlatypus
One of the only mammals to lay eggs!
KiwiKiwi
Only found in the forests of New Zealand!
DugongDugong
Closely related to the Manatee!
WombatWombat
Spends most of the day underground!
AxolotlAxolotl
Found only in one complex of lakes!
African Tree ToadAfrican Tree Toad
Found in tropical moist lowland forests!
Crab-Eating MacaqueCrab-Eating Macaque
Found throughout the South-East Asian jungles!
Frilled LizardFrilled Lizard
Mainly lives in the trees!
Emperor TamarinEmperor Tamarin
Has an elegant white moustache!
Yellow-Eyed PenguinYellow-Eyed Penguin
The rarest species of penguin!
AffenpinscherAffenpinscher
First bred in 17th century Germany!
GeckoGecko
There are thought to be over 2,000 species!
MoorhenMoorhen
Feeds on aquatic insects and water-spiders!
Tiger SalamanderTiger Salamander
Found across the North American wetlands!
MuleMule
The offspring of a horse and donkey parents!
Birds Of ParadiseBirds Of Paradise
There are around 50 different species!
DachshundDachshund
Fun and playful breed of small dog!
UmbrellabirdUmbrellabird
Migrates up and down the mountains!
NewtNewt
Able to regrow lost or damaged limbs!
GoatGoat
Most closely related to the Sheep!
CuscusCuscus
Has a long, strong prehensile tail!
Clumber SpanielClumber Spaniel
Has a thick, soft coat!
Keel Billed ToucanKeel Billed Toucan
It's beak can reach nearly 20 cm long!
FalconFalcon
The fastest creatures on the planet!
DholeDhole
Only 2,000 left in the wild!
South China TigerSouth China Tiger
There are less than 20 in the wild!
Flat Coat RetrieverFlat Coat Retriever
A game retrieving gun-dog!
GerbilGerbil
Originally known as the Desert Rat!
KingfisherKingfisher
Inhabits wetlands and woodlands worldwide!
SealSeal
There are 30 different species worldwide!
Clouded LeopardClouded Leopard
Has canines that can be two inches long!
LabradoodleLabradoodle
Friendly and eneretic mix-breed!
Brown BearBrown Bear
A dominant predator in it's environment!
Pink Fairy ArmadilloPink Fairy Armadillo
The smallest known species of Armadillo!
WoodlouseWoodlouse
Actually a crustacean, not an insect!

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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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