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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

TarsierToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Tarsier.

Each eye weighs more than their whole brain!

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

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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!

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PersianPersian
Thought to have originated in the Middle East!
PigPig
Thought to have been domesticated in 9,000 BC!
Striped Rocket FrogStriped Rocket Frog
Long powerful hind legs!
CoyoteCoyote
Also known as the Prairie Wolf!
KoalaKoala
Spends up to 80% of the time sleeping or resting!
Jack RusselJack Russel
Intelligent, athletic and fearless!
English Cocker SpanielEnglish Cocker Spaniel
Intelligent yet stubborn by nature!
White Faced CapuchinWhite Faced Capuchin
One of the world's most intelligent monkeys!
Glass LizardGlass Lizard
Can grow up to 4ft long!
GuppyGuppy
Also known as the Millionfish!
Bluetick CoonhoundBluetick Coonhound
Has an uncanny knack for problem-solving!
SaolaSaola
Only known to science since 1992!
Sea SquirtSea Squirt
There are more than 3,000 known species!
MacawMacaw
The largest species of parrot in the world!
LlamaLlama
Natively found in the Andes Mountain range!
Honey BeeHoney Bee
There are only 7 recognised species!
Little PenguinLittle Penguin
The smallest species of penguin!
Fin WhaleFin Whale
Found throughout ocean waters worldwide!
Entlebucher Mountain DogEntlebucher Mountain Dog
Native to parts of the Swiss Alps!
Siberian TigerSiberian Tiger
Also known as the Amur tiger!
Electric EelElectric Eel
Can generate a 500 volt electric shock!
RaccoonRaccoon
Known to wash their food before eating it!
NeanderthalNeanderthal
Roamed Asia and Europe for around 100,000 years!
CaterpillarCaterpillar
The larvae of a moth or butterfly!
Burrowing FrogBurrowing Frog
Found close to marshes, streams and lakes!
Horn SharkHorn Shark
Endemic to the Californian coast!
Leopard CatLeopard Cat
There are 11 different species!
American CoonhoundAmerican Coonhound
Easygoing and people-friendly!
African Forest ElephantAfrican Forest Elephant
The largest known mammal on land!
HyenaHyena
There are four different species!
Sea OtterSea Otter
Eats over 40 different marine species!
AkbashAkbash
Often used as a guard dog!
BoobyBooby
Seabirds found across the South Pacific!
Clown FishClown Fish
Also known as the anemonefish!
Leopard TortoiseLeopard Tortoise
The most widely distributed tortoise in Africa!
Asiatic Black BearAsiatic Black Bear
Known to eat 160 different tree-borne fruits in Thailand!
Siamese Fighting FishSiamese Fighting Fish
Natively found in the Mekong Delta!
Estrela Mountain DogEstrela Mountain Dog
Very protective and stubborn!
Curly Coated RetrieverCurly Coated Retriever
A lively and fun-loving breed!
AbyssinianAbyssinian
The oldest breed of cat in the world!

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