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National Geographic is also a great website to search up interesting facts about animals!
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At the turtle hospital, you can also donate money to the organization,
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You can adopt a turtle! A few of the turtles at the Turtle Hospital that have been rescued cannot be released, because their injuries would cause them to die on their own. These turtles are called permanent residents. If you adopt a turtle, you donate $35.00, that will be used to care for the turtles well being, pay for medicine, food, etc.
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On the island Marathon, Florida Keys lies a very amazing place...
THE TURTLE HOSPITAL!
It was the first hospital in the whole world that was dedicated to rescuing, healing and releasing sea turtles. The turtle hospital has one major "Doctor Room", a ton of tanks for the turtles, and a big pool. Before it was the turtle hospital, it was actually a motel, so the big saltwater pool they once had is now for turtles. If you are interested in meeting with the turtle hospital, you can See More▼
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Reindeer...

Reindeer don't fly, but they do sometimes have red noses. These animals are part of the deer family, or Cervidae, which includes deer, elk, moose and wapiti. Like others in their family, reindeers have long legs, hooves and antlers.

Reindeer are also called caribou, depending on their location. They are called reindeer in Europe, but in North America, reindeer refers to Eurasian populations, and caribou refers to wild populations in North America, according to the See More▼
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Dragonflies...

Dragonflies are divided into two groups: the suborder Anisoptera, which rest with their wings outspread, and the suborder Zygoptera, also called damselflies, which rest with their wings folded together over their backs.

Adults are often strikingly coloured with wings that feature distinctive banded patterns. The head has two large compound eyes and very short antennae. All dragonflies possess two pairs of membranous wings that are larger in suborder Anisoptera See More▼
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on November 23, 2016
Zebras...

Closely related to horses and donkeys, the zebra (subgenuses Hippotigris and Dolichohippus) is best known for its black and white striped body. In fact, zebra stripe patterns are unique to each individual. These stripes are believed to be camouflage devices that help zebras hide well in the grass.

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Zebras are herbivorous and primarily eat a variety of grasses. They are also known to eat shrubs, herbs, twigs, leaves and bark.

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Overall, plains zebras number See More▼
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If you are ever looking for a great website to learn about animals, endangered species, and what is going on in the world, with the topic "animals", look up the website, World Animal Protection... It is great! Here is the link:
https://www.worldanimalprotection.org
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Elf Owls

The Elf Owl (Micrathene whitneyi) is a very small owl with a very round head and no ear tufts. Its plumage is light gray and brown. The face often has a reddish brown facial disc with white eyebrows and gray spots on the forehead and wings. The belly is lighter grey to white and the tail is very short and striped. The wings are long, extending to the base of the tail feathers when resting. The feet and talons are covered in feathers and are very small and weak.
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Seahorses....

Seahorses are truly unique, and not just because of their unusual equine shape. Unlike most other fish, they are monogamous and mate for life. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young.

Found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world, these upright-swimming relatives of the pipefish can range in size from 0.6 inches (1.5 centimeters) to 14 inches (35 centimeters) long.

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