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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

BobcatToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Bobcat.

About double the size of a domestic cat!

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

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Random Animals

CrabCrab
There are 93 different crab groups!
GorillaGorilla
The biggest of the world's primates!
Pond SkaterPond Skater
There are 500 different species!
DormouseDormouse
Found in Europe, Africa and Asia!
Greenland DogGreenland Dog
Strong and speedy breed of dog!
Fennec FoxFennec Fox
Found in the African Sahara Desert!
PikaPika
Found in mountainous regions and rocky areas!
Indian Palm SquirrelIndian Palm Squirrel
Natively found in parts of India and Sri Lanka!
SomaliSomali
Active, intelligent and playful!
Leopard TortoiseLeopard Tortoise
The most widely distributed tortoise in Africa!
Bearded DragonBearded Dragon
Can grow to up 24 inches long!
African Bush ElephantAfrican Bush Elephant
Can drink up to 50 gallons a day!
Bottle Nosed DolphinBottle Nosed Dolphin
Stays in groups from 15 to 2,000 in number!'
Clouded LeopardClouded Leopard
Has canines that can be two inches long!
CassowaryCassowary
Can reach speeds of 30mph!
Grey Reef SharkGrey Reef Shark
One of the most common shark species!
Boykin SpanielBoykin Spaniel
Enthusiastic working dog!
Sea TurtleSea Turtle
Always return to the same beach to lay eggs!
African PenguinAfrican Penguin
The only penguin species in Africa!
CatCat
First domesticated by the Ancient Egyptians!
Asian Palm CivetAsian Palm Civet
It mainly eats mangos and coffee!
Sea DragonSea Dragon
Inhabits tropical coastal waters of Australia!
Puffer FishPuffer Fish
The second most poisonous creature in the world!
Water BuffaloWater Buffalo
Has been domesticated for thousands of years!
Curly Coated RetrieverCurly Coated Retriever
A lively and fun-loving breed!
Field SpanielField Spaniel
A sociable and adaptable breed!
Royal PenguinRoyal Penguin
Can reach speeds of 20mph!
ZebuZebu
There are around 75 different species!
King CrabKing Crab
Can have a leg span of nearly 2 meters!
JellyfishJellyfish
Have tentacles around their mouths!
BinturongBinturong
Also known as the Asian Bearcat!
SquidSquid
Some species are known to have 10 arms!
SeahorseSeahorse
Highly endangered due to overhunting!
Eskimo DogEskimo Dog
Takes pure delight in cold weather!
Australian MistAustralian Mist
First bred in the 1700s!
LigerLiger
The offspring of a lion and tiger parents!
African Wild DogAfrican Wild Dog
Also known as the painted dog!
Indian Star TortoiseIndian Star Tortoise
Popular in the exotic pet trade!
Vampire BatVampire Bat
Have a heat sensor on the end of their nose!
Common FrogCommon Frog
Found throughout the European continent!

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