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The Study of Animals Part 10

The Study of Animals Part 10 with FREE printables

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from NBC News

Meet the Opah, the First Warm-Blooded Fish Ever Discovered

Southwest Fisheries Science Center biologist Nick Wegner holds a captured opah, the first warm-blooded fish ever found. - NOAA Fisheries, Southwest Fisheries Science Center

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Torvosaurus gurneyi: New Giant Dinosaur Discovered in Portugal Mar 6, 2014 by Sci-News.com Two paleontologists from Portugal have described a new species of giant dinosaur that lived in what is today Europe during the Jurassic period, about 150 million years ago.

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The Southern Red Muntjac. Those antlers are crazy! Found in most parts of Asia, they are unlike most deer. They are, in fact, OMNIVOROUS, periodically eating eggs & even hunting & killing small warm-blooded animals! They are also a TUSKED deer with 1'' long fangs & have striking scent glands around their eyes. Additionally, they are not social animals & do not live in herds--they are solitary & extremely territorial. They also have no set breeding season & can conceive throughout the year.

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Opah – The First Fully Warm-Blooded Fish 5/19/15 Pacific moonfish

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from Playbuzz

What Horse Breed Are You?

The Australian Warmblood: The perfect large eventing horse.

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from 9GAG

Scumbag Cat

Warm blooded and cheeky! I Could totally see Belle doing this if she wasn't so afraid of Trey's room!

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60 Adorable Bats That'll Make Your Day

Stripe-faced fruit bat from the Phillipines.

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Meet the first warm-blooded fish called the opah, or moonfish, living up to 305 meters (1,000 ft) under water. Pretty "cool" discovery. - Source: IFLScience

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