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Monkey-Eating Eagle Measuring about 86 to 102 cm in length, the monkey-eating eagle can be found in the Philippine forests. It got its name from the belief that it used to feed on monkeys.   Great White Shark The great white shark is considered to be the largest predatory fish

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Goblin Shark The goblin shark is dubbed as the ugliest shark. Aside from its pink body, this shark specie is also known for its uniquely shaped head. Lowland Streaked Tenrec The lowland streaked tenrec is a small mammal that measures about 16 to 19 cm in length. Aside from

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Cheetah When it comes to speed, the cheetah tops the list. It can run for 75 mph and can increase in just 3 seconds. Springbok This medium-sized antelope-gazelle may not be as fast as the cheetah but it can reach a speed of 62 mph. It also can jump up

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Poison Dart Frog Members of the Dendrobatidae family, the colorful poison dart frogs have a toxin that is capable of killing 10 humans at once. Cape Buffalo Weighing about 1.5 tons, a water buffalo could attack and kill anyone given its strength and deadly horns. In fact in Africa

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Bedlington Terrier The Bedlington Terrier can make heads turn with its lamb-like coat. This dog is named after a mining town in North East England. Azawakh Typically found in Africa, the Azawakh is a dog breed distinct for its size and height. Its among the fastest dog runners (it can

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Camel The humps on the camels are not water reservoirs but rather a storage place for their fatty tissues. Keeping their fatty tissues in their humps minimizes insulation throughout their body and this allows them to survive even on extremely hot places. Horned Viper Distinct for its horn-like scales,

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Biting Insects Head louse Head lice are small biting insects that live on your head, one single insect is called a head louse. They are no bigger than a pinhead in size and they move from person to person through contact. Lice are sometimes called nits though this actually

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Top Ten Tropical Fish Tropical fish live in the warm waters of the tropics and can be fresh or seawater. The Great Barrier reef of of Australia and it’s corals are one of the most famous reins for tropical fish. This one is a  False Clown Anemonefish. Click to

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