Rabbit. Hopefully this isn’t repetitive!
T api r In Venezuela we call them Danta.
There are different species of Tapirs, finding them in the jungles and forests of South & Central America, and also in Southeast Asia. They like being in the water and are very good swimmers.
Nigel is a supporting character in (Disney PIXAR) Finding Nemo.
I used this one because the other N animals were overly used.
Look at that alpaca hairdo tho.
Wayyyyyy nicer than mine.
Oh my gosh, I’m terrified of these animals.
woooo. so horror thing…
Let another one be Leatherback Sea Turtle.
While other sea turtle species almost always return to their hatching beach, leatherbacks may choose another beach within the region. They choose beaches with soft sand because their softer shells and plastrons are easily damaged by hard rocks.
Who is next on letter E?
Only because my buyer didn’t let me sleep, and I have been awake clock round. Only for that! If not, you would have been in big trouble with me…
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Also called jumping shrew, it is an insectivorous mammal native to Africa.
I wish you sweet dreams for next 7-8 hours
Shrew is very nice
Wallabies face several threats. Wild dogs, foxes, and feral cats are among their predators. Humans also pose a significant threat to wallabies due to increased interaction (wallabies can defend themselves with hard kicks, and biting).
Next animal on Y
Who is next?))
Because the only thing cuter than a panda is a panda that’s gone red with embarassment.
Here’s one that’s gotten wet.
The armour is formed by [plates] of [dermal bone] covered in relatively small, overlapping epidermal scales called “[scutes]”, composed of bone with a covering of horn. Most species have rigid shields over the shoulders and hips, with a number of bands separated by flexible skin covering the back and flanks. Additional armour covers the top of the head, the upper parts of the limbs, and the tail. The underside of the animal is never armoured, and is simply covered with soft skin and fur.
Next us Armadillo
Who is NEXT-t-t-t?
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These birds are native to South America, live in the jungle and only eat fruits, but if in need, they can also eat insects, eggs and small lizards. Their name means “big beak”, and the family to where they belong, includes many species.
Next is Newt
Many newts produce toxins in their skin secretions as a defence mechanism against predators. Taricha newts of western North America are particularly toxic. The rough-skinned newt Taricha granulosa of the Pacific Northwest produces more than enough tetrodotoxin to kill an adult human, and some Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest used the toxin to poison their enemies.
Who is next??
The turn is for the sweet cat, or at least that’s what its name suggests. Maybe I’m wrong and it ain’t sweet at all…
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The TOMTIT (Petroica macrocephala) is a small passerine bird in the family Petroicidae, the Australian robins.
Who next? Next word begins from t
T for Tibetan mastiff