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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

Epagneul Pont AudemerToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Epagneul Pont Audemer.

Hard-working, gentle and affectionate!

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

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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

DreverDrever
Uncommon outside of Europe!
OcelotOcelot
Also known as the Painted Leopard!
BudgerigarBudgerigar
Natively found in Australia!
Western GorillaWestern Gorilla
There are two sub-species!
AvocetAvocet
Has a curved, upturned beak!
American BulldogAmerican Bulldog
Can jump up to 6ft high!
Tawny OwlTawny Owl
The most widespread owl in Europe!
CoatiCoati
Found in dense forests and wet jungles!
AnteaterAnteater
Found throughout the Southern Hemisphere!
Squirrel MonkeySquirrel Monkey
Lives in groups of up to 500 individuals!
Geoffroys TamarinGeoffroys Tamarin
Has distinctive V shape on head!
African Tree ToadAfrican Tree Toad
Found in tropical moist lowland forests!
CaterpillarCaterpillar
The larvae of a moth or butterfly!
BearBear
There are 8 different species!
Poison Dart FrogPoison Dart Frog
Inhabits the jungles of Central and South America!
Eskimo DogEskimo Dog
Takes pure delight in cold weather!
GiraffeGiraffe
Long, black tongue can grow to 18 inches long!
Fishing CatFishing Cat
Scoops fish out of the water using it's paw!
LemmingLemming
Does not hibernate during the bitter Arctic winter!
KoalaKoala
Spends up to 80% of the time sleeping or resting!
Sea UrchinSea Urchin
Can live for up to 200 years!
Pink Fairy ArmadilloPink Fairy Armadillo
The smallest known species of Armadillo!
DiscusDiscus
One of the only schooling Cichlids!
Giant ClamGiant Clam
Can reach nearly 6ft in length!
Wild BoarWild Boar
Males have a top tusk to sharpen the bottom one!
Marsh FrogMarsh Frog
Has bright green skin!
Emperor TamarinEmperor Tamarin
Has an elegant white moustache!
Border CollieBorder Collie
Highly intelligent and alert breed!
CockroachCockroach
Dated to be around 300 million years old!
Grey Reef SharkGrey Reef Shark
One of the most common shark species!
HamsterHamster
Able to run as quickly backwards as forwards!
BeagleBeagle
Have become popular family pets!
Guinea PigGuinea Pig
Natively found in the Andes Mountain range!
KiwiKiwi
Only found in the forests of New Zealand!
KakapoKakapo
The heaviest species of parrot in the world!
Sea DragonSea Dragon
Inhabits tropical coastal waters of Australia!
Keel Billed ToucanKeel Billed Toucan
It's beak can reach nearly 20 cm long!
Flat Coat RetrieverFlat Coat Retriever
A game retrieving gun-dog!
Norfolk TerrierNorfolk Terrier
Fearless but not aggressive!
Horn SharkHorn Shark
Endemic to the Californian coast!

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