it is the wild animal. its very dangereous

name:king lion where:in the habbana eats:jaguars,leopards.is the most dangerous animal in the world

Family Mustelidae (Weasels and relatives) The Mustelidae are a family of carnivorous mammals, including the otters, badgers, weasels, martens, ferrets, minks and wolverines. Mustelids are diverse and the largest family in the order Carnivora. Wikipedia Scientific name: Mustelidae Higher classification: Caniformia Rank: Family Lower classifications: Mink, Neovison, Otter, Weasel, Mustelinae, Meles

Family Mustelidae (Weasels and relatives). Mustelids are diverse and the largest family in the order Carnivora.

Teach about how to classify the different types of animals, and have your students fill in each square.

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The raccoon dog, also known as the magnut or tanuki, is a canid indigenous to East Asia. It is the only extant species in the genus Nyctereutes. It is considered a basal canid species, resembling ancestral forms of the family Marderhund by Lichtspielereien

Raccoon dog / Nyctereutes procyonoides, is indigenous to East Asia. It is considered a basal canid species, resembling ancestral forms of the family.

Poisonous to dogs  Brunfelsia Plant Brunfelsia is a genus of about 50 species of neotropical shrubs and small trees. The leaves are alternate and simple, with shapes generally elliptic to ovate. The flowers are large and tubular, with five broad petals. Wikipedia Scientific name: Brunfelsia Rank: Genus Higher classification: Solanaceae Lower classifications: Brunfelsia portoricensis,

Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow - one of my favorite bushes of East Africa

Vertebrates vs. Invertebrates Picture Sorting Cards: Use these Montessori-style picture cards featuring 2 category labels and 22 animal pictures to help your children understand the difference between vertebrate animals (those with a backbone) and inverte

Vertebrates vs. Invertebrates Picture Sorting Cards {Montessori printables

Invertebrates Picture Sorting Cards: Use these Montessori-style picture cards featuring 2 category labels and 22 animal pictures to help your children understand the difference between vertebrate animals (those with a backbone) and inverte

Animal Classification game    Games to learn about different types of animals - lower elementary

Animal Classification game Games to learn about different types of animals - lower elementary

Tardigrade Animal Tardigrades are water-dwelling, segmented micro-animals, with eight legs. They were first discovered by the German pastor Johann August Ephraim Goeze in 1773. Wikipedia Scientific name: Tardigrada Higher classification: Ecdysozoa Rank: Phylum Lower classifications: Heterotardigrada, Eutardigrade, Mesotardigrada

Toughest Known Creature on Earth and Beyond the Amazing Tardigrade

I love the colors in this. Plus..what a beautiful fellow, Spinosaurus.

Spinosaurus

Spinosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived in what is now North Africa, from the lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 97 million years ago.

Macaroni Penguin

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Kiwi or kiwis are flightless birds native to New Zealand, in the genus Apteryx and family Apterygidae. Wikipedia Scientific name: Apteryx Higher classification: Apterygidae Rank: Genus Lower classifications: Little spotted kiwi, Southern brown kiwi, Okarito kiwi, North Island brown kiwi, Great spotted kiwi

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Sifakas are a genus of lemur from the family Indriidae within the order Primates. Their name of the family is an onomatopoeia of their characteristic "shi-fak" alarm call. Like all lemurs, they are found only on the island of Madagascar. Wikipedia Scientific name: Propithecus Rank: Genus Higher classification: Indriidae Lower classifications: Diademed sifaka, Golden-crowned sifaka, Verreaux's sifaka, Silky sifaka

Meet Ares, a brand new baby Coquerel's sifaka at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo. Like all lemurs, Coquerel's sifaka is native only to the island of Madagascar where they are endangered due to habitat destruction.

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