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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

SquirrelToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Squirrel.

Small rodents found in woodlands worldwide!

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

Welcome to A-Z Animals

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

Egyptian MauEgyptian Mau
An ancient breed of domestic cat!
Hermit CrabHermit Crab
There are over 500 different species!
Water DragonWater Dragon
Spends most of it's time in the trees!
Tiger SharkTiger Shark
The fourth biggest species of shark in the world!
GreyhoundGreyhound
Extremely fast and athletic!
Giant Panda BearGiant Panda Bear
Bamboo makes up 99 per cent of their diet!
Fire-Bellied ToadFire-Bellied Toad
Found across mainland Europe and Asia!
KakapoKakapo
The heaviest species of parrot in the world!
Common BuzzardCommon Buzzard
The most common raptor in the UK!
WolverineWolverine
Releases a strong smelling musk in defence!
HarrierHarrier
Cheerful, tolerant and sweet-tempered!
Japanese ChinJapanese Chin
Alert, intelligent and independent!
SwanSwan
Populations have been affected by pollution!
CassowaryCassowary
Can reach speeds of 30mph!
CatfishCatfish
There are nearly 3,000 different species!
Sperm WhaleSperm Whale
Each tooth weighs 1kg!
Honey BeeHoney Bee
There are only 7 recognised species!
American CoonhoundAmerican Coonhound
Easygoing and people-friendly!
AntAnt
First evolved 100 million years ago!
TropicbirdTropicbird
Nests on tropical islands and cliffs!
FlounderFlounder
A flat fish found in the Atlantic and Pacific!
FalconFalcon
The fastest creatures on the planet!
ZorseZorse
The offspring of a Zebra and Horse parents!
PersianPersian
Thought to have originated in the Middle East!
RobinRobin
There are more than 45 species in Australia alone!
Stag BeetleStag Beetle
More than 1,200 different species!
IbisIbis
Found in swamps, marshes and wetlands!
GorillaGorilla
The biggest of the world's primates!
SpongeSponge
There are more than 5,000 known species!
Staffordshire Bull TerrierStaffordshire Bull Terrier
Known for their loyalty to their family!
Collared PeccaryCollared Peccary
Form bands of up to 12 individuals!
German ShepherdGerman Shepherd
Highly active and fearless dogs!
Sea UrchinSea Urchin
Can live for up to 200 years!
GrasshopperGrasshopper
There are 11,000 known species!
Brazilian TerrierBrazilian Terrier
Small body and tri-coloured coat!
Asian Palm CivetAsian Palm Civet
It mainly eats mangos and coffee!
Western GorillaWestern Gorilla
There are two sub-species!
ZebuZebu
There are around 75 different species!
LizardLizard
There are around 5,000 different species!
SnowshoeSnowshoe
Thought to have originated in the 1960s!

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