By: Dave Stanford
Koalas are typically known by most as the cute cuddly teddy bear like creatures we see on TV in movies and cartoons. However, these mammals aren't part of the bear family and are related to kangaroos. They spend the majority of their day sleeping, actually...
By: Sarah Blaskey
Even beyond the whole physical incompatibility issue between cats and rabbits...it is absolutely genetically impossible for cats and rabbits to procreate (or cats and raccoons, for that matter, for anyone who thought that a Main Coon came from a cat mating with a raccoon...
By: Dave Stanford
The coelacanth was once believed to be an extinct fish, but a number of them have been found in the past 100 years. Even as recent as 2007 two fishermen off the coast of Tanzania have caught one of these types of fish that are...
By: Tammy L Mahan
A cheetah's tail is a very important part of it's body not only does it help with balance while the cheetah is climbing a tree or through a mountain range it also acts as a weapon the tail is long and powerful and can knock...
By: Tammy L Mahan
There are over two thousand species of mayflies they are found through out the world, wherever a source of "good quality" fresh water can be found.Mayflies are the oldest living winged insect. While there lifespan is relatively short some only living for an hour...
By: Pauline Abreu
Many species of reptiles and amphibians have become endangered due to over hunting, or damage to the area in which they try to survive. These include crocodiles, snakes, certain species of lizard's, and turtles. What are these endangered species of reptiles and amphibians?Green Sea...
By: Cilissa
World's Smallest!Since good things come in pairs, there are two species that carry the title for the world's smallest lizard. "Sphaerodactylus ariasae" is also known as a Jaragua Sphaero or the world's smallest most recently discovered lizard. This reptile belongs to the dwarf gecko...
By: Cilissa
Classification!Reptiles, the ectotherm vertebrate or in other words cold blooded. They rely on the environment they are in and cannot sustain their own body heat. The Class Reptilia unlike amphibians have thick, impermeable skin or are covered by scales. They are hatched from a...
By: Pauline Abreu
Have you ever wondered what the smallest reptile in the world is? There is a creature that is very small in size, scientists have been doing research on the reptile since the time they came across the smallest reptile in the world. The Jaragua Sphaero...
By: R.L Hanlon
Australia is home to many unusual animals, bugs and creatures that are found nowhere else in the world. Many are very appealing in their uniqueness and some thought to be cute and cuddly, but a lot of species of Australian animals can be extremely dangerous...

 

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