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    • Animal Alphabet By: Grant W.
    • A is for Anaconda
      • A anaconda is one of today's largest snakes.
    • B is for bat
      • Bats are the only fling mammals.
    • C is for Cuban screech owl
      • Cuban screech owls only live in Cuba.
    • D is for dugong
      • Dugongs are strictly herbivorous.
    • E is for eastern coral snake
      • Eastern coral snakes lay 3-12 egg each year.
    • F is for fennec fox
      • Fennec foxes are nocturnal omnivores
    • G is for Gelada
      • Only 50,000-60,000 Geladas exist.
    • H is for Hawaiian monk seal
      • Hawaiian Monk seal means dog-that-swims-in-rough-waters.
    • I is for Impala
      • Impala means gazelle in Zulu.
    • J is for Jaguar
      • Jaguars like to be near water.
    • K is for Koala
      • Koala means doesn't drink.
    • L is for Llama
      • Lamas Latin name is Llama glama.
    • M is for Macaw
      • Macaws only live in the new world.
    • N is for Narwhale
      • Narwhales eat mostly flatfish.
    • O is for Ostrich
      • Ostriches are the largest living land birds.
    • P is for Pelican
      • There approximately 8 pelican species of Pelican.
    • Q is for Quetzal
      • Quetzal means large brilliant tail feather.
    • R is for Red Panda
      • Red panda means shining cat.
    • S is for Stellar Sea Lion
      • Stellar Sea Lions were first described in1741.
    • T is for Tapir
      • Tapirs like to swim.
    • U is for Ugandan Kob
      • The Ugandan Kob appears on the coat of arms of Uganda.
    • V is for Vulture
      • Vultures live 18 or more years.
    • W is for Wood Stork
      • Wood Storks used to be called Wood Ibis.
    • X is for Xiphactinus Audax
      • Xiphactinus Audax was a large preditorial fish.
    • Y is for Yak
      • Female Yaks are called Dres or Naks.
    • Z is for Zebra
      • Zebra comes from an old Portuguese word.
    • Bibliography
      • Wikipedia.com
      • Google.com
      • Wiki answers.com
      • Other (forgot)