What Animal Is That?
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What Animal Is That? - National Wildlife Federation

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bison, american buffalo, bull frog, bullfrog, alligator, pronghorn antelope, beaver, red kangaroo, ocean mola, blue-ringed octopus, rattlesnake, king cobra, bicolored sea snake, cottonmouth, mosquito, silkworm moth, fastest animal, largest north american...
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What Animal Is That?! This website asks you a question and gies you the answer while explaining certain details about that animal. The picturese are beautiful and easily seen. If you want to learn more about impressive, outstanding animlas this is perfect.

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How many animals do we need to keep extinction at bay?

How many animals do we need to keep extinction at bay? | What Animal Is That? | Scoop.it
How many animal individuals are needed to ensure a species isn't doomed to extinction even with our best conservation efforts? While no one knows exactly, scientists have created complex models to attempt an answer.

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Whales are able to learn from others: Humpbacks pass on hunting tips

Whales are able to learn from others: Humpbacks pass on hunting tips | What Animal Is That? | Scoop.it
Humpback whales are able to pass on hunting techniques to each other, just as humans do, new research has found.

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Animals That Make Believe

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In his book Cosmos, Carl Sagan wrote, “Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.”In the photo above, Koko the gorilla plays with a doll, apparently pretending to nurse it. But can non-human animals really pretend? Do they have the ability to imagine? Can animals carry themselves to worlds that never were, as human children routinely do?


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