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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

Sperm WhaleToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Sperm Whale.

Each tooth weighs 1kg!

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

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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

PantherPanther
Prefers to hunt at night than during the day!
MagpieMagpie
They are found across Europe, Asia and Africa!
HorseHorse
Has evolved over 50 million years!
Galapagos PenguinGalapagos Penguin
Found around the Equator!
Bottle Nosed DolphinBottle Nosed Dolphin
Stays in groups from 15 to 2,000 in number!'
UguisuUguisu
Their guano is used in face creams!
TuataraTuatara
Only found on a few of New Zealand's islands!
Sea SquirtSea Squirt
There are more than 3,000 known species!
Cavalier King Charles SpanielCavalier King Charles Spaniel
Highly playful and affectionate!
Galapagos TortoiseGalapagos Tortoise
The biggest species of tortoise in the world!
KakapoKakapo
The heaviest species of parrot in the world!
DonkeyDonkey
First domesticated 5,000 years ago!
Sea LionSea Lion
It's flippers allow it to walk on the land!
MooseMoose
Renews it's enormous antlers every year!
Border TerrierBorder Terrier
Small, rough-coated breed of terrier!
SheepSheep
Around 35 million in the English countryside!
Borneo ElephantBorneo Elephant
The smallest species of elephant!
Norwegian ForestNorwegian Forest
Has a long, thick double coat of fur!
Tree FrogTree Frog
Found in warmer jungles and forests!
RatRat
Omnivores that eat anything!
WeaselWeasel
The smallest carnivorous mammal in the world!
Anatolian Shepherd DogAnatolian Shepherd Dog
Guards it's master's flocks!
Earwig Earwig
There are nearly 2,000 different species!
MongooseMongoose
Range in size from just 1 to 3 foot!
Mountain GorillaMountain Gorilla
Isolated populations found in the mountains!
Leopard SealLeopard Seal
The world's most aggressive seal species!
Electric EelElectric Eel
Can generate a 500 volt electric shock!
Glow WormGlow Worm
Found inhabiting dense woodland and caves!
Siamese Fighting FishSiamese Fighting Fish
Natively found in the Mekong Delta!
InsectInsect
There are an estimated 30 million species!
PiranhaPiranha
Generally found in fast-flowing streams!
TarsierTarsier
Each eye weighs more than their whole brain!
West Highland TerrierWest Highland Terrier
Most commonly white in colour!
Carolina DogCarolina Dog
Wild dog breed discovered in the 1970s!
TigerTiger
The largest feline in the world!
Bull SharkBull Shark
Unpredictable and aggressive temperament!
Patas MonkeyPatas Monkey
The fastest species of primate in the world!
NeanderthalNeanderthal
Roamed Asia and Europe for around 100,000 years!
Estrela Mountain DogEstrela Mountain Dog
Very protective and stubborn!
QuailQuail
Inhabits woodland and forest areas worldwide!

Betty the Butterfly's Blog

World Animal Day 2018 - Tiny's Story

Thu 4th October 2018 (0 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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