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Brazilian TerrierToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Brazilian Terrier.

Small body and tri-coloured coat!

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

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Desert TortoiseDesert Tortoise
Lives in burrows underground!
ChinchillaChinchilla
Natively found in the Andes Mountain range!
Woolly MammothWoolly Mammoth
Tusks grew to 16ft long!
Alaskan MalamuteAlaskan Malamute
Often used as sled dogs!
BatBat
Detects prey using echolocation!
Killer WhaleKiller Whale
Typically consumes over 200 kg of food a day!
Bichon FriseBichon Frise
Gentle mannered, playful and affectionate!
Golden RetrieverGolden Retriever
Trusting, kind and gentle!
DugongDugong
Closely related to the Manatee!
Fire-Bellied ToadFire-Bellied Toad
Found across mainland Europe and Asia!
MillipedeMillipede
Some species have a poisonous bite!
GharialGharial
Found in the murky waters of Northern India!
ChihuahuaChihuahua
Curious and devoted personality!
Elephant ShrewElephant Shrew
Found exclusively on the African continent!
TortoiseTortoise
Can live until they are more than 150 years old!
CrocodileCrocodile
Thought to be around with the dinosaurs!
UguisuUguisu
Their guano is used in face creams!
Hammerhead SharkHammerhead Shark
Found in coastal waters around the world!
CentipedeCentipede
There are about 3,000 documented species!
SlothSloth
It's body temperature is between 30 - 34 degrees!
Monte Iberia EleuthMonte Iberia Eleuth
The smallest frog in the Northern Hemisphere!
TapirTapir
Most closely related to horses and rhinos!
PeacockPeacock
Most commonly found on the Indian mainland!
KiwiKiwi
Only found in the forests of New Zealand!
Mountain GorillaMountain Gorilla
Isolated populations found in the mountains!
Crab-Eating MacaqueCrab-Eating Macaque
Found throughout the South-East Asian jungles!
Blue Lacy DogBlue Lacy Dog
Originated in Texas in the mid 1800s!
LobsterLobster
Have been known to reach 100 years old!
Black BearBlack Bear
Short claws make them good tree climbers!
Water DragonWater Dragon
Spends most of it's time in the trees!
WalrusWalrus
Inhabits the freezing waters of the Arctic Circle!
Darwin's FrogDarwin's Frog
Camouflages itself as a dead leaf!
SiameseSiamese
Originated from temple cats in Thailand!
IndriIndri
The largest species of Lemur!
Flat Coat RetrieverFlat Coat Retriever
A game retrieving gun-dog!
DreverDrever
Uncommon outside of Europe!
West Highland TerrierWest Highland Terrier
Most commonly white in colour!
Russian BlueRussian Blue
First brought to the UK in the 1800s!
English Cocker SpanielEnglish Cocker Spaniel
Intelligent yet stubborn by nature!
GooseGoose
There are 29 different species!

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