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Link #107: Do Raccoons Wash Their Hands and Food?

  Link #107: Do Raccoons Wash Their Hands and Food? In our last post, we spoke about the origins of tennis. We described how, at the very beginning, nobody played tennis...

Pangolin

...Amazing Animal Books   Pangolins are featured in the following book: 25 Nocturnal Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Pangolins. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: World's Weirdest :...

Sugar Glider

...Amazing Animal Books   Sugar Gliders are featured in the following books: 25 Nocturnal Animals 25 Australian Animals 101 facts... Marsupials 25 Cutest Animals in the World! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Sugar...
Cougar

Cougar Facts!

Cougar Facts! Cougars (also known as pumas and mountain lions) can jump, run and even swim, but unlike other large cats, they don’t roar — instead they purr like house...
Bilby

Bilby

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...
Cricket

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...
Leopard

Leopards Facts!

Leopards Facts! Leopards are similar to the jaguar but it is smaller and more slightly built. Both the leopard and the jaguar have flower-like spots on their backs called rosettes,...

Red-eyed Tree Frog

...Amazing Animal Books   Red-eyed Tree Frogs are featured in the following book: 25 Nocturnal Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Red-eyed Tree Frogs. Details of the videos featured are...

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