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11 Interesting Facts About Wolverines

11 Interesting Facts About Wolverines Most people know of the wolverine as a superhero created by Marvel™, with fast healing powers, razor-sharp, indestructible retractable claws, and acute senses. The real-life...
Arctic Hare

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hare... Arctic hares inhabit the northern parts of the Arctic Circle. They are some of the largest hares in the world, growing up to 17 to 28 inches (43...
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Lemmings Facts!

Lemmings Facts! The Lemmings are rodents, which are found in or near the Arctic Tundra. There are more than 100 species of lemmings; the smallest species is the wood lemming...
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Ermine Facts!

Ermine Facts! The ermine, also called the stoat or the short-tailed weasel, is a cute-looking¬ but ferocious hunter. It is about 6.7 to 13 inches (17 to 33 centimeters) long...
Bearded Seal

Bearded Seal

Bearded Seal... These seals have thick whiskers that look like a beard, which is why they are called bearded seals. They mostly live on floating ice, or under it. They...

Walrus

...Amazing Animal Books   Walruses are featured in the following books: 25 Whales, Dolphins and other Sea Mammals 25 Polar Animals 101 Facts... Polar Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Walruses. Details...

Snowshoe Hare

...Amazing Animal Books   Snowshoe Hares are featured in the following book: 25 Polar Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Snowshoe Hares. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Snowshoe...
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Moose Facts!

Moose Facts! Moose are the largest member of the deer family. An adult moose can reach heights of 1.4-1.2 m at the shoulder. What do Moose Eat? Moose are herbivores that feed...

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