Long Tailed Weasel Facts
The long-tailed weasel is a mammal of the genus Mustela. This carnivorous animal is mainly found in the United States, and certain regions of Canada and South America. Find out some really interesting facts about this animal,...
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Manatee Habitat
All of you must have seen the great manatees in zoos across the world! However, there is a typical habitat in which they prefer to live in the wild.
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The Evolution of Mammals
Have you ever wondered how the class of mammals, which includes human beings, came into being? Here is an article that describes the evolutionary maze that led to the emergence of mammals...
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Gray Whale - California State Mammal
The state of California lies on the West Coast of United States of America. This beautiful state along the Pacific Ocean is bordered by Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and the Mexican state of Baja California. California is not just a...
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What Should a Sheep's Diet Consist Of?
Fact about sheep's diet
Sheep are herbivores and primarily graze on pastures for their survival. Apart from eating pasture and hay, they may also need grains to meet their increased nutritional requirements.
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Facts about Polecats
Fact about polecats
Mammals of the order Carnivora and subfamily Mustelinae are commonly called polecats. They look like weasels. Read this Buzzle post to know about the appearance, habitat, and eating habits of polecats. Also, find some interesting...
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Facts About Kinkajous
Fact about Kinkajous
Many tend to relate kinkajous with primates due to their various similar attributes. However, they are not related. We'll help you get rid of this confusion, and gives you some interesting facts about this animal.
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Things You Need to Know about Spotted Genets
Fact about spotted genets
Genets are long, slender carnivorous animals. They are found throughout Africa and in some parts of Europe. There are many species of genets, and the two major species among them are the small-spotted and the large-spotted genets.
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Facts about Mammals
Fact about African elephant the largest mammal
Mammals are a class of vertebrates (animals which have a backbone) which began to evolve on Earth around 200 million years ago. The largest mammal on land is the African elephant. It can grow up to 3.3 meters in height and weigh...
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Bighorn Sheep: A Success Story
The seven subspecies of bighorn sheep in western North America can easily be viewed in open spaces from Canada to Mexico, but that wasn't always the case. At the beginning of the twentieth century, bighorn sheep were in danger of...
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Difference Between the Canadian Lynx and Bobcat
Difference between Canadian lynx and bobcat
As similar as they might seem to the untrained eye, there are quite a few distinguishing features to help you identify a bobcat from a Canadian lynx. This Buzzle post brings you a list of telling differences between these two wild...
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Interesting Facts about the Maned Wolf
Physical features of a maned wolf
Unlike other wolves, maned wolves do not live in packs and they do not harass human beings. Buzzle presents interesting facts about these wolves and explains the need to protect the habitat of these 'near-threatened' species.
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Interesting Facts About Fishers
Fact about Fishers
Firstly, the fisher cat is not a cat. Fishers belong to the weasel family, and are known by several other names as well. More interesting facts about fishers are lined up here.
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Facts and Information About Capybaras
Fact about capybaras
Capybaras are extremely cute animals that are known as the biggest rodents in the world. Buzzle presents some interesting facts about these delightful animals and their life in the wild.
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Are Sloths an Endangered Species?
Fact about sloths
Not all species of sloths are endangered, but the fact that three families of the animal have been wiped off over the course of history, means we should not take things lightly when it comes to their conservation. As you go through...
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Interesting Facts About Bobcats
Fact about bobcats
Did you know that there are 12 subspecies of the bobcat? Or that there are over 100,000 bobcats in the wild? We will put forth more of such interesting facts about bobcats, which will help you get familiar with the species.
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Comparison between Placental Mammals and Marsupials
Examples of placental mammals and marsupials
Placental mammals and marsupials are animals that belong to the class Mammalia. Although they are mammals, there are a few distinguishing features that differentiate the two groups.
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Facts About the Elephant Shrew
Fact about the elephant shrew
Usually found in Africa, an elephant shrew bears a contradiction in the name itself. This tiny creature has a trunk-like nose and hops around just like rabbits do. Apart from its tricky classification, Buzzle chooses to enlighten...
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Interesting Facts about Pangolins You Should Know
Fact about Pangolins
Pangolins are some of the very less known animals. These small, scaly animals are found in Asia and Africa but are rarely seen. Their conservation status is "Endangered". These creatures are interesting in their own way....
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What Do Moles Eat?
Moles are small creatures that make extensive tunnels in the ground. This Buzzle article provides information about what moles eat in the wild along with some more facts.
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Interesting Facts about Manatees (Sea Cows)
Fact about Manatees (sea cows)
Manatees are docile and friendly sea mammals. Curious by nature, they keep interacting with humans regularly. Although called sea cows, they are actually related to elephants. This Buzzle article lists some interesting facts about...
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Star-nosed Mole Facts
One of those bizarre-looking animals, a star-nosed mole is a type of mole that is usually found in eastern Canada and north-eastern United States. Read on to know more about these animals.
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Weasel Facts
Weasels are small carnivorous mammals found in most places around the world such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Northern regions of Africa, except Australia and its surrounding islands. They are extremely smart...
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Are Bobcats Dangerous to Humans and Pets?
Fact about bobcats
Bobcats are a species of wild cats found all across the United States. They pose no real threat to humans as such, but may try to hunt smaller farm animals and pets. This Buzzle post tells you everything you need to know about...
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Mammals That Lay Eggs
Long and short-beaked echidna and platypus are the only mammals that lay eggs. They are classified under the subclass prototheria, and belong to the order monotremata. This article on Buzzle discusses some important aspects related...
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Endangered Mammals
Human greed has resulted in the exploitation of nature. Many species of mammals have become extinct and many more are threatened. Here is a list of some mammal species which are listed as endangered.
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Life Cycle of a Sloth
Sloths are the slowest moving mammals, who spend their life moving from one tree to another. Learn all about the life-cycle of a sloth, from the following article.
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Honey Badger Facts
Honey badgers are an intriguing animal with many unique characteristics. Some of the interesting facts covered in the article below will help you learn more about this fascinating animal.
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Facts About Sea Otters
Are you looking for facts about sea otters for your kids? Here are some amazing and thrilling facts that will make you fall in love with them. Have a look...
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Mammal Characteristics
Hair on the body, suckling their babies and a single jawbone on each side are the identifying mammal characteristics. To know more about this group, read this Buzzle article.
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Life Cycle and Habitat of Sea Otters
The coast of the Pacific, especially to the east and north, is home to the magnificent sea otter. This marine mammal can live on land with the same ease as it can live in the water without surfacing for days. The life cycle and...
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Largest Mammal on Earth
The largest mammals on earth - blue whales, have always been a matter of curiosity and amazement for us, human beings. Here is a short account about these gentle giants living in the seas.
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Lynx Cats
In Greek, the word 'lynx' refers to shine. The shiny eyes of these wild cats from the northern hemisphere have rightly earned them the name lynx cats.
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