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Strongelephantstrong strongelephantstrong largest living land animal characterized by strongitsstrong long trunk columnar legs and huge head with temporal glands and wide flat ears elephants are grayish to brown in color and their body hair is sparse and coarse they are found most often in the savannas grasslands and forests of africa and asia.
Strongnaturalstrong history the strongleopardstrong varies greatly in size and markings the average size is 50 to 90 kg 110 to 200 pounds in weight 210 cm 84 inches excluding the 90cm tail in length and 60 to 70 cm in shoulder height.
Otters at colyford common photo from ian mclean common names european strongotterstrong eurasian river strongotterstrong common strongotterstrong old world strongotterstrong scientific name and classification.
Growafrog directions for froglets post metamorphosis frogs arrival feeding care stronghabitatstrong interest health growth longevity guarantee tadpoles.
Over half of the worlds forests have been destroyed in the last 10000 or so years the majority of this loss has occurred in just the last 50 years occurring simultaneously with a massive increase in the human population.
Raccoons and relatives procyonidae procyonids have 5 toes on each foot and most walk with soles flat on the ground although the ringtail walks on strongitsstrong toes.