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8 Birds That Fly At Night {With Pictures}

If you listen closely, there’s a good chance you’ll hear a variety of bird calls after dark. But what kinds of birds produce these sounds? Keep reading! In this article we’ll discuss many of the different birds that fly at night. Birds That Fly At Night 1. Owls Owls are perhaps the most well-known nocturnal … Read more

Lemurs

10 Animals With Long Arms {With Pictures}

Scientists tend to group animals together based on shared characteristics between them. Other people often do the same, though the grouping may be far less scientific in nature. In this article, we’ll talk about animals with long arms; and as you will see, some of them have nothing else in common aside from the length … Read more

Horseshoe crabs

10 Animals With More Than Two Eyes

If you wore glasses as a kid, you probably got teased and called “four-eyes” by your peers. But did you know that some animals actually have four eyes? In fact, some have many more than that! Keep reading for a list of 10 animals with more than two eyes. Animals With More Than Two Eyes … Read more

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15 Animals With No Natural Predators

Animals at the top of the food chain are known as apex predators; this means that they are not hunted by other animals in their specific ranges. How many of these animals are there in the world? Read on for a list of many of these animals with no natural predators. Animals With No Natural … Read more

Coyotes

12 Animals That Kill Snakes

Few people in the world like snakes, and animals are no different. In fact, many animals seem to have a particular disdain for the slithery reptiles. Some kill them out of self defense, while others kill them for the sake of eating them. Keep reading to learn more about some of the animals that kill … Read more

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15 Animals That Live In Groups

Have you ever heard that “birds of a feather flock together”? Turns out, birds aren’t the only animals that display such social behavior. In this article, we’ll talk about some of the animals that live in groups throughout the world. Animals That Live in A Group 1. Wolves Wolves are one of the most well-known … Read more

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10 Animals That Live In The Snow

Many animals throughout the world go into hibernation or migrate to warmer climates during the winter. But some other animals seem to thrive best when the temperatures drop and the snow piles high. In this article, we’ll talk more about some of these animals that live in the snow. Animals That Live In The Snow … Read more

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10 Animals That Live In Lakes

If you live near a lake, you probably know that it is teeming with wildlife. But have you ever wondered exactly what types of wildlife may be filling the waters? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the animals that live in lakes. Animals That Live In A Lake 1. Fish … Read more

animals that look like beavers

7 Animals That Look Like Beavers

There are many animals that look similar to each other, and to a casual observer, it may be easy to confuse these different animals. However, if you look a bit closer, you can often learn to distinguish between them. Today, we’re specifically going to talk about some animals that look like beavers: muskrats, otters, nutrias, … Read more

how many eggs do wood turtles lay

How Many Eggs Do Wood Turtles Lay?

Wood turtles share many similarities with other semiaquatic turtles, but one thing that sets them apart is the small number of offspring they produce. So, how many eggs do wood turtles lay? What are their mating habits? And how long does it take young wood turtles to reach sexual maturity? Keep reading! In this article, … Read more

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