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SalamanderToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Salamander.

There are more than 700 different species!

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

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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

SlothSloth
It's body temperature is between 30 - 34 degrees!
FalconFalcon
The fastest creatures on the planet!
ChimpanzeeChimpanzee
Has 32 teeth including fang-like canines!
Sumatran Orang-utanSumatran Orang-utan
Known to make mental maps of the forest!
Asiatic Black BearAsiatic Black Bear
Known to eat 160 different tree-borne fruits in Thailand!
KangarooKangaroo
Females have a deep pouch on their front!
Little PenguinLittle Penguin
The smallest species of penguin!
SparrowSparrow
There are 140 different species!
ChameleonChameleon
There are more than 160 different species!
African Tree ToadAfrican Tree Toad
Found in tropical moist lowland forests!
BudgerigarBudgerigar
Natively found in Australia!
Geoffroys TamarinGeoffroys Tamarin
Has distinctive V shape on head!
Sand LizardSand Lizard
Males turn green in spring!
LabradoodleLabradoodle
Friendly and eneretic mix-breed!
Indochinese TigerIndochinese Tiger
Now thought to be extinct in China!
ChickenChicken
First domesticated more than 10,000 years ago!
Mountain GorillaMountain Gorilla
Isolated populations found in the mountains!
Komodo DragonKomodo Dragon
Only found on five Indonesian islands!
TropicbirdTropicbird
Nests on tropical islands and cliffs!
Giant SchnauzerGiant Schnauzer
Large, powerful and dominant!
Old English SheepdogOld English Sheepdog
Intelligent, sociable and playful!
Marsh FrogMarsh Frog
Has bright green skin!
Fishing CatFishing Cat
Scoops fish out of the water using it's paw!
River DolphinRiver Dolphin
There are 4 species in the Southern Hemisphere!
Deutsche BrackeDeutsche Bracke
Has long drop ears and a long narrow tail!
AxolotlAxolotl
Found only in one complex of lakes!
Gila MonsterGila Monster
It's tail acts as a fat storage facility!
Red-handed TamarinRed-handed Tamarin
Red hair on hands on feet!
Keel Billed ToucanKeel Billed Toucan
It's beak can reach nearly 20 cm long!
BeetleBeetle
There are more than 350,000 different species!
Sea SquirtSea Squirt
There are more than 3,000 known species!
GooseGoose
There are 29 different species!
Wild BoarWild Boar
Males have a top tusk to sharpen the bottom one!
CheetahCheetah
The fastest land mammal in the world!
DodoDodo
Native to the island of Mauritius!
SomaliSomali
Active, intelligent and playful!
WarthogWarthog
Has two sets of tusks on it's face!
Fire-Bellied ToadFire-Bellied Toad
Found across mainland Europe and Asia!
Alpine DachsbrackeAlpine Dachsbracke
Good companion and hard-working breed!
Burrowing FrogBurrowing Frog
Found close to marshes, streams and lakes!

Betty the Butterfly's Blog

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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