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Nocturnal Animals

Galago sp

Bush baby

Bush baby... Bush babies, also known as galagos, are found in Africa, normally inhabiting altitudes below 6500 feet (1981 meters). They find shelter in the hollows of trees. Their large...

European Badger Facts!

European Badger Facts! European badgers are nocturnal animals and are also quite elusive. They live underground in homes that they dig out themselves. They have strong, sharp, elongated claws that...


...Amazing Animal Books   Kakapos are featured in the following books: 25 Nocturnal Animals 101 Facts... Parrots Kakapos are also listed in: Top 10 Fun Facts About Parrots! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about...
Barn Owl

Barn Owl Facts!

Barn Owl Facts! Barn owls are nocturnal predators with pale coats and dark eyes. Unlike most owls, barn owls do not hoot in any way. Instead, they emit an ear-splitting...

Dormouse Facts!

Dormouse Facts! A dormouse is any of twenty-nine species of small, mouse-like rodents, ranging from about 2 to 8 inches (5 to 20 centimeters) long and weighing 0.5 to 7...

Cricket Facts!

Cricket Facts! There are more than 900 species of crickets in the world. They are found in many colors, including black, brown, green and white. Crickets do have wings, but...


Bilby... The bilby is a marsupial, and belongs to the same taxonomic order as the bandicoot. In fact, another name for it is the rabbit-eared bandicoot. Like the bandicoot, the...

Vampire Bat Facts!

Vampire Bat Facts! Vampire bats are the only type of bats that survive solely on blood. Due to their bloody liquid diet, vampire bats have only a few teeth, though...

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