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Bernie the Bear's Animal of the Day

CaterpillarToday, Bernie the Bear wants to show you the Caterpillar.

The larvae of a moth or butterfly!

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

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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

Asian Palm CivetAsian Palm Civet
It mainly eats mangos and coffee!
PrawnPrawn
Closely related to crabs and lobsters!
Common ToadCommon Toad
Most active in wet weather!
UmbrellabirdUmbrellabird
Migrates up and down the mountains!
LobsterLobster
Have been known to reach 100 years old!
DachshundDachshund
Fun and playful breed of small dog!
Nurse SharkNurse Shark
Commonly found in Central American waters!
Manta RayManta Ray
Can grow up to 9m wide!
Border TerrierBorder Terrier
Small, rough-coated breed of terrier!
King PenguinKing Penguin
More than 2 million breeding pairs!
DiscusDiscus
One of the only schooling Cichlids!
TiffanyTiffany
Eye colour intensifies with age!
Scorpion FishScorpion Fish
There are more than 200 recognised species!
Tawny OwlTawny Owl
The most widespread owl in Europe!
MayflyMayfly
There are 2,500 known species worldwide!
Pied TamarinPied Tamarin
Only found in one area of Brazil!
TuataraTuatara
Only found on a few of New Zealand's islands!
HavaneseHavanese
Introduced to the Canary Islands by the Spanish!
HarrierHarrier
Cheerful, tolerant and sweet-tempered!
Staffordshire Bull TerrierStaffordshire Bull Terrier
Known for their loyalty to their family!
Pink Fairy ArmadilloPink Fairy Armadillo
The smallest known species of Armadillo!
Sumatran RhinocerosSumatran Rhinoceros
The smallest species of rhino!
TarsierTarsier
Each eye weighs more than their whole brain!
Adelie PenguinAdelie Penguin
Eats up to 2kg of food per day!
Raccoon DogRaccoon Dog
The only hibernating canine!
BirdBird
Not all birds are able to fly!
WalrusWalrus
Inhabits the freezing waters of the Arctic Circle!
LionfishLionfish
Females can release up to 15,000 eggs at a time!
MongooseMongoose
Range in size from just 1 to 3 foot!
FlounderFlounder
A flat fish found in the Atlantic and Pacific!
OkapiOkapi
Eats more than 100 different types of plant!
LemmingLemming
Does not hibernate during the bitter Arctic winter!
JackalJackal
Can maintain speeds of 16 km/h!
TurkeyTurkey
Closely related to pheasants and chickens!
ZebuZebu
There are around 75 different species!
Irish WolfHoundIrish WolfHound
Sweet-tempered, patient and thoughtful!
King CrabKing Crab
Can have a leg span of nearly 2 meters!
Norwegian ForestNorwegian Forest
Has a long, thick double coat of fur!
Thorny DevilThorny Devil
Found only on mainland Australia!
Elephant ShrewElephant Shrew
Found exclusively on the African continent!

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