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Red-Crowned Crane
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Red-Crowned Crane: Though the species has the name Red-crowned crane, it does not, in fact, belong to the crowned crane family but to the species of typical crane.
Platypus
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Platypus: European naturalists first thought the platypus was a hoax, and that someone had sewn together a duck's bill and an otter's tail and created an animal like a beaver.
Australian Snubfin Dolphin
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Australian Snubfin Dolphin: In 2005, Australia got its very own dolphin species – the first new dolphin to be discovered after 56 years – the snubfin.
African Clawless Otter
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African Clawless Otter: African clawless otters dry and groom themselves by rolling in grass and rubbing themselves against rocks and soil and basking in the sun. Such habits usually attract crocodiles.
Brown Pelican
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Brown Pelican: Brown pelicans, after bathing, use their beaks to spread oil from the uropygial gland over their feathers.
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