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Brogla
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Brogla: When brolga babies are threatened, they hide and keep quiet while the parent performs a broken-wing display to lure the predator away.
Ribbon Seal
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Ribbon Seal: Ribbon seals are named due to their unique dark body color with “ribbons” around their necks, front flippers, and hips.
Yellow-Bellied Glider
Interesting Facts of the day
Yellow-Bellied Glider: The yellow-bellied glider’s scientific name “Petaurus australis”, has the meaning “southern rope-dancer’’.
Spotted Seal
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Spotted Seal: Spotted seals are called these names by the Alaskan Natives: qasigiaq (Inupiaq), issuriq (Yup’ik), gazigyaq (St. Lawrence Island Yupik), and issuri (Nunivak Island Cup’ig).
King Vulture
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King Vulture: King vultures have one of the strongest beaks out of all the American vultures, being able to open a carcass that the others cannot. This is why they often eat first, with the other vultures eating what remains.
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