3. European Rabbit Is a brown rabbit tipical of Ireland. European Rabbits have a body length between 34 and 50 cms. Rabbits are known by many names. Young rabbits are known by the names bunny, kit, or kitten.
4. Brown Rat An imported species originating of Ireland. It live in groups and make their homes. Brown rats live a year. Due to rat infestation and defecation, some water areas can carry.
5. Red Squirrel The red squirrel is native of Ireland. Its the colour is red. Red squirrels build large nests, called dreys.The Red squirrel is an arboreal omnivororous rodent.
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7. Red Kite Is a medium-large bird of prey. It is brown and the Red Kite is 60–66 cm of large. It is a rare species which is resident in the milder parts of its range in western Europe.
8. Eurasian Golden Oriole The Eurasian Golden Oriole or simply Golden Oriole is the only member of the oriole family of passerine birds breeding in northern hemisphere temperate regions. Is yellow and black an is very little.
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10. Viviparous lizard It´s a lizard mid-brown. It is small and live in areas of 30º. The length of the body is less than 12 centimetres. Any larger predators can eat lizards
11. Hawksbill sea turtle It is belonging to the family Cheloniidae. It has got the typical appearance of a marine turtle. It life but is in Critically Endangered. The hawksbill turtle is small to medium-sized compared to other sea turtle species.
12. Beautiful Demoiselle Is an European damselfly. The male is brown, black and green; and the female is dark and white. It is often found among fast-flowing waters. In this species the wings of the mature male are very dark blue-black.
13. White Prominent Is a butterfly white and is the most from the family Notodontidae. This species is likely extinct in Britain But a population was rediscovered in Ireland
14. Common Dragonet The body is long and thin. It is orange and blue. The common dragonet is most frequent from the subtidal zone and down to 200 metres depth. It seems to prefer gravel, sand or muddy bottoms.
15. Basking shark Is the second largest living fish, after the whale shark. This shark is called the basking shark because it is most often observed when feeding at the surface.