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#DidYouKnow #Rabbits The rabbit’s big ears aren’t just for listening! They also help regulate the rabbit’s body temperatures. The ears’ blood vessels... Show more

#DidYouKnow #Rabbits The rabbit’s big ears aren’t just for listening! They also help regulate the rabbit’s body temperatures. The ears’ blood vessels swell when it’s hot out, andcontract when it’s cold. So as we hop into the new #YearOfTheRabbit do what you can to stay warm. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals
LauraW Teir ears are adorable too! 5 days ago
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Teri Laura so good to see you again. Yes, they are adorable. 5 days ago
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#Rabbits #DidYouKnow Because rabbits’ eyes are positioned on the sides of their heads, they can see an almost a perfect 360°. In the wild, this... Show more

#Rabbits #DidYouKnow Because rabbits’ eyes are positioned on the sides of their heads, they can see an almost a perfect 360°. In the wild, this helps them know when a predator is near. Their one blind spot is right in front of their noses.   So as we hop into this new #YearOfTheRabbit lets remember to turn our heads and see things from different perspectives.  #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Reindeer
Reindeer are the only deer species in which both male and female can grow antlers. The deer’s antlers can grow up to 1.4...
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#DidYouKnow #Reindeer Reindeer are the only deer species in which both male and female can grow antlers. The deer’s antlers can grow up to 1.4 meters in length and can have as many as 44 points called tines. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Turtle
Turtles live on both land and in water and adapt their diet to their habitat. Therefore, they are found everywhere around the...
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#DidYouKnow #Turtle Turtles live on both land and in water and adapt their diet to their habitat. Therefore, they are found everywhere around the world except Antarctica. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Llama
Llamas live in herds and will even adopt groups of sheep or goats as their own herd. They protect their herds by chasing off...
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#DidYouKnow #LlamaLlamas live in herds and will even adopt groups of sheep or goats as their own herd. They protect their herds by chasing off predators like coyotes.#LetsGetLoudForAnimals

December 4th is International Cheetah Day!

#DidYouKow #Cheetah
The distinctive dark tear-mark lines that run from the corners of the Cheetah's eyes...
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December 4th is International Cheetah Day!#DidYouKow #Cheetah The distinctive dark tear-mark lines that run from the corners of the Cheetah's eyes down to their mouth deflect the sun, making it easier for them to hunt during the day. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Manatee
Manatee brains are smooth, and the ratio of their brain to the size of their body is the lowest of any mammal. Manatees can...
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#DidYouKnow #ManateeManatee brains are smooth, and the ratio of their brain to the size of their body is the lowest of any mammal. Manatees can differentiate colors and learn basic tasks, but are extremely sensitive to touch. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Bears
Polar bears aren’t white. Their skin is black and their fur is transparent and refracts light, making it appear white. This helps...
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#DidYouKnow #Bears Polar bears aren’t white. Their skin is black and their fur is transparent and refracts light, making it appear white. This helps keep the bear warm as heat from the sun is drawn down the hair shaft so that it can be absorbed by the black skin. #LetsGetLoudFOrAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Wolves
Gray wolves will eat 20 to 30 pounds of meat in one meal but have also been known to go up to 14 days between meals with no ill...
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#DidYouKnow #Wolves Gray wolves will eat 20 to 30 pounds of meat in one meal but have also been known to go up to 14 days between meals with no ill effects.#LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#DidYouKnow #Wombat #LetsGetLoudForAnimals
When confronted by a predator, a wombat will dive down his burrow, plugging the entrance with his rear...
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#DidYouKnow #Wombat #LetsGetLoudForAnimals When confronted by a predator, a wombat will dive down his burrow, plugging the entrance with his rear end. The wombat’s rear end, which mainly consists of cartilage, is very resistant to scratches and bites.
ggray362 I am glad to know that 3 months ago
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Heyden So cool that their back end is resistant to scratches and bites 3 months ago
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#DidYouKnow #Wolverines
Wolverines will scavenge on the prey of other animals A wolverines approachs with its hackles raised, and teeth bared,...
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#DidYouKnow #Wolverines Wolverines will scavenge on the prey of other animals A wolverines approachs with its hackles raised, and teeth bared, growing fierce. Surprisingly even bears will back off, leaving their meal to the wolverine.  #LetsGetLoudForAnimals "

#DidYourKnow #Sloths #InternationalSlothDay
Sloths are able to lift their entire body weight upwards with just one arm at birth. Sloths also have...
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#DidYourKnow #Sloths #InternationalSlothDaySloths are able to lift their entire body weight upwards with just one arm at birth. Sloths also have 30% less muscle mass than similar-sized mammals and are over three times stronger than a human. #LetsGetLoudForAnimals

Celebrate National #FeralCat Day
Please feed a homeless animal today.
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Celebrate National #FeralCat DayPlease feed a homeless animal today.#LetsGetLoudForAnimals

#WorldAnimalDay #LetsGetLoudForAnimals
Celebrate World Animal Day, a day of action for animal rights and welfare celebrated annually on October 4,...
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#WorldAnimalDay  #LetsGetLoudForAnimalsCelebrate World Animal Day, a day of action for animal rights and welfare celebrated annually on October 4, the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.

#DidYouKnow #LetsGetLoudForAnimals #LinkedUpForAnimals
It is my pleasure to introduce you to the Echidna, the spiny anteater.
Did you know?
The...
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#DidYouKnow #LetsGetLoudForAnimals #LinkedUpForAnimals  It is my pleasure to introduce you to the Echidna, the spiny anteater.Did you know?The spines you see on an echidna are long, tough, hollow, hair follicles. They use these spines by rolling up in a ball of radiating spines to protect themselves

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