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Christmas

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Chelsie Howell

on 4 January 2013

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By: Chelsie Howell Big Lion Elephant Whale Hippo Hamsters Rabbits Hamsters are nocturnal rodents, A hamster in captivity is still distinguished
by its greater inclination towards activity by night rather than by day Hippos can't jump!

A hippo can run at nearly 30km/hour (19 miles per hour), which is faster than average man.

Hippo skin is 3cm thick (1.2 inches) on the average! However, it can be up to 5 cm thick (2 inches) on the rear and back but just 1 cm thick (0.4 inches) on the belly. The African elephant and the Asian elephant are the only two surviving species of what was in prehistoric times a diverse and populous group of large mammals. Animals Small Animals Rabbits are not rodents, they are lagomorphs.
A male rabbit is a buck.
A female rabbit is a doe.
A baby rabbit is a kit. Cats A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

The average house cat spends approximately 10,950 hours purring in a lifetime.

A cat can live twenty or more years. A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

The average house cat spends approximately 10,950 hours purring in a lifetime.

A cat can live twenty or more years. he lion is a magnificent animal that appears as a symbol of power,
courage and nobility on family crests
coats of arms and national flags in many civilizations.
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