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African Elephants are the largest land animals on Earth today, weighing between 2 and 7 tons. They are distinguished from Indian Elephants by their larger ears, greater size, and the fingerlike feature at the end of their trunks.
Take good luck with you with this mini Hummingbird.
Take good luck with you with this mini Rabbit.
Dolphins live worldwide in tropical and temperate seas. There are actually two types within the species, one that prefers shallow coastal waters and one adapted to deeper, cooler water.
The long-necked Brachiosaurus and armored Stegosaurus appear to have little in common, but both lived in North Also, both were herbivores capable of ignoring all but the largest predators.
Hedgehogs are small, shrew-like mammals whose fur has evolved into tiny spines that protect the hedgehog from predators. If threatened, the hedgehog will curl up into a ball to protect areas without spines!
Gnorman the Gnome is a traveling gnome, voyaging far and wide! Take these tiny gnomes with you and show us where he’s been!
Great White Sharks range throughout the world’s oceans, but they are most prevalent in warmer waters. They grow to nearly 20 feet long, which adds to the sometimes negative publicity they receive.
The ubiquitous red fox ranges throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Its colors help camouflage it on leafy forest floors and in tall grasses.
Ladybugs, or Lady Beetles as they are otherwise known, are beloved by nature lovers for their color and by farmers for their powerful appetites.
The heart has long been a symbol of love and friendship, subject of countless love songs and poems. This classic figure displays the heart in artistic, rather than biological form.
Tyrannosaurus rex means tyrant lizard king, and its massive size and long teeth live up to the billing. Making its home in North America, T-rex used powerful jaws and knife-like teeth to crush bone and tear meat.