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BisonToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Bison.

Largest mammal in North America!

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

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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

Sea OtterSea Otter
Eats over 40 different marine species!
Irish SetterIrish Setter
Can live for up to 16 years!
Bottle Nosed DolphinBottle Nosed Dolphin
Stays in groups from 15 to 2,000 in number!'
AntelopeAntelope
Renew their horns every year!
Shih TzuShih Tzu
Can live for up to 15 years!
Chow ChowChow Chow
Loyal and affectionate to it's family!
Minke WhaleMinke Whale
There are two recognised species!
ButterflyButterfly
There are thought to be up 20,000 species!
Bengal TigerBengal Tiger
The most numerous species of tiger!
Macaroni PenguinMacaroni Penguin
Gather in colonies of up to 100,000 members!
TurkeyTurkey
Closely related to pheasants and chickens!
Egyptian MauEgyptian Mau
An ancient breed of domestic cat!
Pygmy HippopotamusPygmy Hippopotamus
Spends more time on land than in water!
Basenji DogBasenji Dog
Alert, affectionate and energetic!
Western Lowland GorillaWestern Lowland Gorilla
One of the great apes!
WolfWolf
Thought to date back more than 300,000 years!
Asian Giant HornetAsian Giant Hornet
The largest wasp in the world!
Pink Fairy ArmadilloPink Fairy Armadillo
The smallest known species of Armadillo!
OcelotOcelot
Also known as the Painted Leopard!
CoyoteCoyote
Also known as the Prairie Wolf!
Doberman PinscherDoberman Pinscher
A gentle, loyal and loving breed!
SnailSnail
There are nearly 1,000 different species!
CowCow
There are nearly 1.5 million worldwide!
BandicootBandicoot
Bandicoot Many species are endangered or extinct!
Mountain LionMountain Lion
Has no real natural predators!
SparrowSparrow
There are 140 different species!
Bichon FriseBichon Frise
Gentle mannered, playful and affectionate!
BurmeseBurmese
Adoring, elegant and affectionate!
ChickenChicken
First domesticated more than 10,000 years ago!
QuailQuail
Inhabits woodland and forest areas worldwide!
RhinocerosRhinoceros
It's horns are made from keratin!
NewfoundlandNewfoundland
Introduced by Vikings more than 1,000 years ago!
CrabCrab
There are 93 different crab groups!
Malayan CivetMalayan Civet
Also known as the Oriental Civet!
Tapanuli Orang-utanTapanuli Orang-utan
Inhabits an isolated mountain range in northwestern Sumatra!
ChipmunkChipmunk
There are 25 different species!
PekingesePekingese
Thought to be over 2,000 years old!
Eskimo DogEskimo Dog
Takes pure delight in cold weather!
HumanHuman
Thought to have orignated 200,000 years ago!
CaterpillarCaterpillar
The larvae of a moth or butterfly!

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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