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BatBat
Detects prey using echolocation!
CatCat
First domesticated by the Ancient Egyptians!
FoxFox
There are 12 different species in the world!
DuckDuck
Rows of tiny plates line their teeth!
FishFish
Respire through the gills on their heads!
FrogFrog
There are around 5,000 different species!
GoatGoat
Most closely related to the Sheep!
LionLion
Lives in small groups called prides!
MothMoth
There are 250,000 different species!
NewtNewt
Able to regrow lost or damaged limbs!
WolfWolf
Thought to date back more than 300,000 years!
YakYak
There are only a few left in the wild!
LynxLynx
Live in dens in rocks and under ledges!
DogDog
First domesticated in South-East Asia!
EmuEmu
The largest bird in Australia!
SwanSwan
Populations have been affected by pollution!
SealSeal
There are 30 different species worldwide!
PumaPuma
Has longer back legs than front legs!
CowCow
There are nearly 1.5 million worldwide!
HareHare
Can reach speeds of over 40 mph!
RatRat
Omnivores that eat anything!
PigPig
Thought to have been domesticated in 9,000 BC!
DeerDeer
There are around 40 different species!
PugPug
Fun and sociable, yet stubborn!
BearBear
There are 8 different species!
AntAnt
First evolved 100 million years ago!
WaspWasp
There are around 75,000 recognised species!
FlyFly
There are more than 240,000 different species!
BirdBird
Not all birds are able to fly!
BarbBarb
There are over 2,000 known species!
TangTang
Found around shallow coral reefs!
KiwiKiwi
Only found in the forests of New Zealand!
CrabCrab
There are 93 different crab groups!
MuleMule
The offspring of a horse and donkey parents!
ZebuZebu
There are around 75 different species!
MoleMole
Primarily hunts and feeds on Earthworms!
KuduKudu
Lives in herds of up to 24 individuals!
PikaPika
Found in mountainous regions and rocky areas!
IbisIbis
Found in swamps, marshes and wetlands!
GarGar
Can grow to more than 3m long!
OlmOlm
Inhabits dark underwater caves!
DodoDodo
Native to the island of Mauritius!
PikePike
There are 5 different species!
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