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101 Facts About Weasels

Weasels belong to the Mustelidae family. All weasels are terrestrial animals. The range of long-tailed weasels includes most of North America, extending from just north of the United States-Canada border,  south throughout Central America to northern South America. The most common weasel is the short-tailed weasel, and can be found almost everywhere in North America. …

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101 Facts About Wolverines

Wolverines prefer to live in remote areas, far away from humans and buildings.  Wolverines can travel up to 40 km during its daily hunting activities. The North America wolverine is also known as a mountain devil. North American wolverines are the largest member of the weasel family. Wolverines weigh around 40 pounds.  Although small, the …

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101 Facts About Manatees

North American manatees are the same species as the West Indian manatee.   The manatee in North America is the largest member of the aquatic mammal order Sirenia. The North American manatee is a species distinct from the Amazonian manatee and the African manatee. Recent genetic research suggests that the West Indian manatee consists of three …

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101 Facts About Polar Bears

The polar bears are native within the Arctic Circle which encompasses the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and landmasses.  The polar being is significant in size, being the same as the Kodiak bear. An adult male polar bear weighs around 350-700 kg (772-1543 lb) while a female weighs half the size.  The polar bear scientific …

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