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Learn about Sloth: The World's Slowest Animal.
Its scientific name, Bradypus, is Greek for "slow feet," which makes sense since it is the world's slowest animal. It is so slow, in fact, that algae grows on its fur, according to National Geographic. The algae works to the sloth's advantage, though. The green of the algae helps the sloth blend into the trees, hiding it from predators. There are two categories of sloths. The two-toed sloth is slightly bigger than the three-toed sloth, though they share many of the same features. They are about the size of a medium-sized dog at around 23 to 27 inches (58 to 68 cm) and 17.... (Click Here To Read More)
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Learn about the White Bengal Tiger: The Blue-eyed Beauty.
Origin: India. There are several hundred captive White Bengal tigers worldwide (this number increases annually), all of whom can trace their ancestry back to ‘Mohan’, a White Bengal tiger caught in Rewa, India in 1951. White Bengal tigers are fully grown at 2 – 3 years of age. Male White Bengal tigers reach weights of 200 – 230 kilograms and up to 3 metres in length. The female White Bengal tigers weigh 130 – 170 kilograms and measure up to 2.5 metres long. White Bengal tigers have stripes all over their body. Their stripes are like fingerprints, no two ... (Click Here To Read More)
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Did you know that a group of Pandas is called an embarrassment.... (Click Here To Read More)
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Learn about the Old English Mastiff - The Big Dog.
The Old English Mastiff is a massive dog. The Mastiff has a large, heavy, square head with a well-marked stop between the eyes. The muzzle should be half the length of the skull. The medium-sized brown to dark hazel eyes are set wide apart with a black mask around them. The nose is dark in color. The small, V-shaped ears are in proportion with the skull and are dark in color. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite but a slightly undershot bite is also acceptable in the show ring providing the teeth do not show when the mouth is closed. The tail is high-set with a wide base, tapering to a poi... (Click Here To Read More)
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