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Prehesile-Tailed Porcupine
Interesting Facts of the day
Prehesile-Tailed Porcupine: These porcupines, like others, have a gland situated near the base of the tail which secretes hormones that they use to mark their territory.
Chilean Flamingo
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Chilean Flamingo: Flamingos come from an ancient bird group. Their fossil record goes back about 10 million years, to the Miocene epoch.
Argali
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Argali: The name 'argali' is the Mongolian word for wild sheep.
Ocelot
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Ocelot: “Leopardus pardalis” is the ocelot’s taxonomic name, which means “like a leopard,” though leopards do not live in the same areas. Their name comes from the Aztec "tlalocelot," meaning “field tiger”.
African Civet
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African Civet: African civets can eat items that are either poisonous or distasteful for most mammals, including millipedes, highly-decayed carrion, and the fruit of Strychnos.
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