Category: Biodiversity

Dog Health

Dog Health Dog Health Dogs share with humans some diseases like diabetes, epilepsy and cancer, however there are several diseases exclusive to dogs that can be classified as: Viral Infections, Bacterial Infections, Fungal...

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Manta Rays

Manta Ray Manta Ray Facts Manta Rays are cartilaginous marine fish which live in the tropical oceans around the world. Manta rays have a flatted body with two wing-like fins on each side of their body. Mantas are filter feeder...

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Killer Whales

Killer Whale Killer Whale Facts Killer Whales also known as Orcas are aquatic mammals found in all the world’s oceans. Orcas are the largest species of the Dolphin (Delphinidae) family and they belong to the Odontoceti suborder,...

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Sea Lions

Sea Lion Sea Lion Facts Sea Lions are marine mammals which belong to the superfamily Pinnipeds or fin-footed-mammals, like the walrus and the seals. Sea lions live in most oceans of the world with the exception of the Atlantic...

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Polar Bears

Polar Bear Polar Bear Facts Polar Bears keep the impressive title of being the world’s largest carnivore species found on land. An adult male can weigh up to 680 Kg. or 1500 lb. Polar bear are inhabitant of the Arctic Ocean and...

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Manatee Facts about Manatees Manatees are pacific aquatic mammals which belong to the order Sirenia as the Dugong. Manatees are believed to have evolved from land mammals being their closest relative the elephants. Manatees are...

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Tiger Facts about Tigers Tigers are mammals which belong to the Felidae family. Tigers live in Eastern and Southern Asia, in places like India, China, Russia, Malaysia, Indochina and several other places in the region. The best...

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Land Snail Facts about Snails Land Snails refer to mollusks with coiled shells that live on land. There are also sea snails and freshwater snails. Land snails can be found in a wide range of habitats including gardens, deserts,...

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