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Kangaroo The kangaroo is one of Australia’s most popular animals. Kangaroos of different types live in all areas of Australia and their fur (FÖR) can be blue, grey, red, black, yellow or brown, depending on the species. The smallest kangaroo is the musky rat kangaroo, which is about the size of a rabbit. The largest kangaroo is the red kangaroo, which is 1.6 m tall and weighs about 60 kg. Kangaroos enjoy a vegetarian diet. Giant panda The giant panda is noted for its black and white coat, considered a national treasure in China and it is the rarest member of the bear family. Pandas live mainly in bamboo forests, where they eat from 15 to 30 kilogram of it every day. It takes about 14 hours every day. Bear Bears are mammals found all around the world. There are eight different species of bear. Most bears are nocturnal, solitary animals. They are just together during the bears mating season. The mother bear will then raise her babies until they are old enough to live on their own. Bears generally have an excellent sense of smell and are also fantastic at climbing trees, swimming and are able to run very fast. Bear tend to hunt fish over land animals, although (altho) its not uncommon for a bear to not eat fish at all. Zebra Closely related to horses and donkeys and they are best known for their black and white striped body. Zebras as very social animals and live in large groups called 'harems.' Zebras also enjoy a vegetarian diet and they prefer different types of grass. Icelandic horse This breed of horse comes from Iceland, where it has dwelled since Nordic pioneers settled Iceland around 865 A.D. Icelandic horses are smaller than other horses, nevertheless the are classified as a horse, not a pony. Icelandic horses are five-gaited and are used mostly as riding horses, sometimes they have been used as a pack animal. Horses graze on plant matter and also prefer lush grass.

As they dive. In India the cow is seen as a sacred animal. mainly for the cows’ natural resources such as milk. grazing on the grasslands. They can easily imitate the speech and calls of other birds and animals. their main food. The Reindeer differs from other deer in that both sexes carry antlers. They hunt underwater fish. Parrots only have one partner for live and they like to live in groups and tend to shriek a lot. They can stay underwater for up to four minutes. Parrots are counted amongst the most intelligent birds and they are very good at mimicking. meat and leather. Cows spend their days in herds of around 40-50 cows. River Otter River otters are aquatic mammals. Reindeer are well known for making long migrations. even humans. . they can close their ears and nostrils to keep water out. Parrot Parrots are fine-looking birds. Otters prefer water bordered by woods and with wetlands nearby. Cow Cows are raised in many different countries around the world. Most of their otters spend in water or they do travel across land as well in search of a mate. Travelling further North during the summer months for fresh grazing and returning to the more temperate climates of the South in the winter for shelter.Reindeer The reindeer is found in large herds in the very north of the world. mainly found in tropical and subtropical areas of the world.