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Echidnas 06/30/2010

Echidnas

Echidnas, sometimes also referred to as "spiny anteaters", are the only surviving monotremes apart from the Platypus. The four surviving species, native to New Guinea and Australia, all belong to the Tachyglossidae family.


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Elk 06/29/2010

Elk

The elk (Cervus elaphus) are the second largest species of deer in the world, after Alces alces (the moose or, in Europe, elk). Elk are found in nearly every country in Europe.


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Elephants 06/29/2010

Elephants

Elephants are usually associated with the African savannah, but they can actually be found in the wild in both Africa and Asia. These large plant-eaters live in family groups called herds.


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