• Did you know?

    • A group of foxes is called a “skulk” or a “leash.”
    • The fur of the Arctic fox changes twice yearly. The winter fur is thicker and entirely white, providing camouflage against snow and ice; the summer coat is gray and brown, blending in with the tundra and grassy hills.
    • Their thick, heavy tails provide cover in cold weather.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Asian elephants can eat up to 300 pounds of food in a day.
    • They have 6 sets of teeth in their lifetime. Instead of being replaced vertically (like ours), elephant teeth slowly move from the back of the mouth to the front as new molars grow continuously.
    • They use a fingerlike feature at the end of the trunk to grab small items.
    • They can run 30 miles per hour.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Females babysit and form playgroups with the young of other females, and may even allow those infants to nurse.
    • The tamarind tree is considered a keystone resource for the black and white lemur because it provides up to 50 percent of the total food consumed during the year. The tamarind produces fruits and leaves at alternating times of the year, providing a constant food source.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Blacktip reef sharks don’t usually pose a threat to humans because of their timid and skittish nature.
    • They have been observed hunting cooperatively by “herding” small schools of fish.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • California sea lions may hunt continuously for up to 30 hours, with each dive lasting three to five minutes.
    • The males are called bulls, and the females are called cows. Their offspring are called pups.
    • A large group of Sea Lions is referred to as a colony or pod. There can be thousands of them that reside within a colony, with many subgroups inside of it. They love to live in very close groups even though they often have plenty of room to spread out more.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Clouded leopards are among the best climbers in the cat family. They can climb upside down and hang from branches with their hind feet.
    • They have the largest canine teeth relative to body size in the cat family and can open their mouths much wider than other cats. For this reason they are sometimes called the “modern day saber-toothed cat.”
    • Because of their shy nature, nocturnal tendencies and excellent camouflage, wild clouded leopards are rarely seen by people.

    Donation will include:

    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Giant Pacific octopuses are usually reddish-brown but can change color when threatened or for camouflage.
    • They have the most complex brains of any invertebrate and are known for their ability to use tools, recognize individuals, and navigate mazes.
    • Each tentacle contains thousands of chemical receptors.

    Donation will include:

    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • The green turtle is one of the largest sea turtles and the only herbivore among the different species.
    • They are named for the greenish color of their cartilage and fat, not the color of their shells.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Sharks are essential to ocean health. Sharks are top-level predators that help maintain a balance in the marine food web.
    • Sharks mature late in life. Many do not start reproducing until they are 10 years or older, and many species give birth to only a few young.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • If you see a seal pup on the beach, you should leave it alone and keep your distance. A mother may have left it on shore to go fishing (young harbor seals can’t swim), but she will soon return to care for her pup.
    • They have large eyes with flattened corneas that allow them to take in more light and see well underwater.
    • Their whiskers detect sound waves, which helps them locate prey.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • Magellanic penguins can hold their breath for 3-5 minutes.
    • Males attract mates by “braying” like donkeys. When a female responds, he walks around her in a circle and pats her with his flippers.

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    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
  • Did you know?

    • A group of tapirs is called a “candle.”
    • Their closest living relatives are horses and rhinos.
    • Tapirs have four toes on their front feet, and three toes on their back feet.

    Donation will include:

    • Certificate of Adoption
    • Plush of the Animal
    • Animal Fact Sheet
    • 5"x7" Photo of Your Animal
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