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  • The White Peacock is as vain as it's colorful counterpart. Truly a magnificent bird, bearing the dazzling color of white.

    The White Peacock

    The White Peacock

    by Deborah Minter0

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  • An extinct animal come back to life? This is what makes the case of the Quagga so remarkable. This species of zebra once roamed South Africa in plentiful numbers, but was hunted until the last one officially died in a zoo. This is the story of its revival.

    Only in South Africa — the Quagga

    Only in South Africa — the Quagga

    by Jana Louise Smit3

  • Roadrunners spend most of their time running around searching for food. They are fun to watch until they catch larger prey. When they do, they beat it against the ground as long as it takes to break enough bones for easy consumption. This article is all about the most famous bird in the southwest.

    Roadrunners: Fast, Focused, and Born to Run

    Roadrunners: Fast, Focused, and Born to Run

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney1

  • Fishing cats are wild animals that feed primarily on fish and are at ease in water. Unfortunately, their population is in trouble due to habitat destruction.

    The Fishing Cat:  A Threatened Animal of Asia

    The Fishing Cat: A Threatened Animal of Asia

    by Linda Crampton117

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  • Before the 1980's, the white-winged dove's area of greatest abundance and density was the lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, where it was a popular game species. Since that time, the species has expanded its range as far north as Oklahoma. This article will teach you all about these doves.

    White-Winged Doves: From the Deserts of the Southwest to Backyard Bird Feeders

    White-Winged Doves: From the Deserts of the Southwest to Backyard Bird Feeders

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

  • Marmots are large ground squirrels that live in mountainous areas of British Columbia. They are social and very vocal animals that often form colonies. Three species of animals are commonly known as marmots in BC. One of them—the Vancouver Island Marmot—is critically endangered.

    The Marmots of British Columbia: Wildlife in Canada

    The Marmots of British Columbia: Wildlife in Canada

    by Linda Crampton64

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  • When we think of the great predators of the animal kingdom, chimpanzees don't normally spring to mind. Yet, they are in fact among the deadliest predators on the planet. But how exactly do they catch and kill their prey?

    How Do Chimpanzees Hunt and Kill Their Prey?

    How Do Chimpanzees Hunt and Kill Their Prey?

    by James Kenny7

  • If you want to see winter birds flock to your yard, you need to provide the food and shelter that they depend upon for their survival. There are certain plants that you can grow that will turn your yard into a sanctuary for the birds you would like to see in the winter.

    How to Attract Winter Birds to Your Yard

    How to Attract Winter Birds to Your Yard

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

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