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Sharks are the oldest fish in the ocean. They have been here for more than 400 million years,
when man is only 3.5 million years old. Sharks are found in all the oceans of the world. From
cold to tropical waters. Some inhabit both the deep sea, near the bottom, and others on
the surface of the water, some live on the coasts and others on the high seas, even some
species venture into the sweet waters of rivers and lakes.

Characteristics of bats
The body of these animals is usually completely covered with very short hair that serves to
protect against moisture and cold. Then you have skin membranes that come from the front
legs to the back. The fingers of the front legs are extremely thin and extend across the
membrane, helping in this way to better control the flight, in addition to ensuring that the
extension can be easily collected at times when it is not flying. Depending on the species
we are in, certain parts of the body vary, such as the ears, with specimens with very large
ears in proportion to their head, and other bats with tiny ones.
Characteristics of spiders
The anatomy of spiders coincides broadly with that of other arachnids, that is, with the body
divided into two regions or tagmas, prosoma (or cephalothorax) and opisthosoma (or
abdomen) and the same number and type of appendages, ie , a pair of chelicerae, a pair of
pedipalps and four pairs of locomotor legs. Spiders have body lengths ranging between 0.5
mm and 9.0 cm that reach some tropical migalomorphs, which catch small birds; with
extended legs, some of these may exceed 25 cm. During the Upper Carboniferous and the
Permian there were spiders of more than 50 cm.3 The largest spider in the world is the
Theraphosa blondi, or goliat tarantula that can measure up to 30 cm (including the legs),
and is native to America.

African red worm (Fudrillus ssp)

It is dark in color, its clit is more advanced and its tail is round, whitish. It measures
approximately 15 to 20 cm. They are not very resistant to adverse conditions, and when
they are not in their environment or suitable habitat, they migrate or die, but under optimal
conditions they reproduce faster than the Californian and generate more manure.
Its scientific name is Coragypsatratus, but it is popularly known as zopilote or zamuro. It is
a black scavenger bird, distinguished by its head devoid of feathers, its hooked beak, its
huge claws and its long wings. Usually wander in the morning hours in search of organic
matter and dead animals that serve to feed. It is about 60 centimeters long and 145
centimeters wide. Its natural habitat is the south of the United States, passing through Chile
and Argentina. The vulture does not make powerful noises, it only emits a kind of whistle
to communicate with other specimens of its type when it is going to hunt or when it feels

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