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This is the Asian elephant!
Asian elephants are found, unsurprisingly, in Asia, as opposed to African elephants. They're slightly smaller, with smaller ears and often with no tusks.
It's an Indian Peahen (a.k.a a female peacock)!
Peacock is only used to refer to the male of the species, in the same way that cockerel is used to refer to male chickens. Peahen refers to the female of the species, and peafowl is the inclusive term.
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This is an armadillo!
The other cute lil' guy is a pangolin.
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This is the leopard!
The other cat is a jaguar, which tend to be stockier than leopards and have a longer tail. The most obvious difference, though, is that the pattern on a leopard features small rosettes, whereas on jaguars they are larger with spots inside them. They are both members of the Panthera genus, and black cats referred to as black panthers can be either jaguars or leopards.
It's an okapi!
This strange cutie is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and though it has stripes like a zebra, it's actually most closely related to the giraffe.
It's a species closely related to weasels that can be found in areas of central Africa.It's an animal that's asleep during the day and awake a night.Any animal that is native to Australia.It's is a class of mammals that often have distinctive features, such as carrying their young in pouches.
Marsupials are any members of the mammalian infraclass Masupialia.
Their most distinct characteristic is carrying their young in pouches. Though many marsupials are common to Australia, there are those that are found in the Americas as well, such as the opossum.
The offspring of a lioness and a tiger is called a Tigon.
A male lion and a female tiger would create a Liger. Both variations of the hybrid offspring have characteristics of both species, including manes in males and potential stripes or spots. Unlike ligers, tigons do not exceed the size of either parent species.
Oysters can change their gender multiple times throughout their lifetime.Certain breeds of domesticated dogs now have more genes in common with domesticated cats than they do with wild wolves.Koalas only have one channel for urine, faeces and reproductive purposes.Hippos kill more people yearly than lions, elephants and rhinos do combined.
There are no domesticated dogs with more genes in common with cats than with their ancestral wolves!
All the other statements are true. Oysters really can change their gender, koalas really do have a single outlet (known as a cloaca) for their intestinal, urinary and genital tracts , like many marsupials, and hippos really are deadly killers.
It's an axolotl!
These little guys are also known as a Mexican salamander, and they're the cutest thing ever.
Giant squidColossal squidSperm whaleNorth Pacific right whale
The North Pacific right whale is the second largest living animal!
In terms of mass, the second largest living animal is the North Pacific right whale. In length, it would be the fin whale.
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