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Animals.

Animals. Animals live everywhere. They roam the land. They burrow in the ground. They swim in the sea. They fly through the air. They creep, they leap, they soar, and they dive. A very few--including corals and barnacles--stay in one place. Animals come in all sizes. The biggest animals are whales, which can be 100 feet (30 meters) long. The smallest animals can...

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Bison American bison, also known as buffalo, are large, grass-eating mammals.

Bison American bison, also known as buffalo, are large, grass-eating mammals. There were once millions of them on the Great Plains of the United States and Canada. Pioneers hunted bison to near extinction in the 19th century. In the 20th century, the number of bison increased. Alan D. Carey/Photo Researchers, Inc. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Centipede Centipedes are small animals with multiple pairs of legs.

Centipede Centipedes are small animals with multiple pairs of legs. They are carnivores (meat-eaters) and they have a poisonous bite. Jerry Young/Dorling Kindersley Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Dog Family The dog family includes domestic dogs and their wild relatives.

Dog Family The dog family includes domestic dogs and their wild relatives. Did you know that Chihuahuas, the smallest members of the dog family, are related to wolves, the largest members? Other wild members of the dog family are jackals, coyotes, dingoes, and foxes. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Zebras.

Zebras. If you saw a horse with black-and-white stripes, you might think you were "seeing things." But you would be seeing a zebra. Zebras are a kind of horse. They walk, trot, canter, and gallop just as horses do. Zebras live only in Africa. There are three species (kinds) of zebras: Grévy's zebra, the mountain zebra, and the plains zebra (also known as...

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Ants. Maybe you help with chores at home. Maybe you play

Ants. Maybe you help with chores at home. Maybe you play on a team. You know that a lot of work can get done if everyone shares part of the job. No creature knows this better than the ant. Ants live in groups called colonies. Every ant in a colony has a special job to do. WHAT KINDS OF JOBS DO ANTS...

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Cats. A cat lies on your lap, purring contentedly. Suddenly it

Cats. A cat lies on your lap, purring contentedly. Suddenly it snaps to attention. Its whiskers twitch. Its ears stand up. It launches itself at the windowsill. It makes a strange sound and bats at the window. It's after a squirrel on the back fence. That's a cat for you. Cats outnumber dogs as the favorite pet of Americans. The cat is...

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Antelopes Antelopes are mammals with hooves and hollow horns.

Antelopes Antelopes are mammals with hooves and hollow horns. There are about 100 species (kinds) of antelopes. They live in Africa and Asia. Antelopes range in size from the tiny royal antelope, which stands about 10 inches (25 cm), to the giant eland, which weighs as much as a car! Most antelopes live in herds. Some live in forests, and others...

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Butterflies.

Butterflies. Imagine sucking up a drink through your tongue. You wouldn't need a straw to drink soda pop. You would just stick your tongue in and slurp. This is how most butterflies eat. They stick their tongues into flowers and suck up sweet juices. Butterflies have long, hollow tongues. The shortest tongues are less than an inch long. The longest tongues are several...

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Dolphins.

Dolphins. A dolphin leaps high out of the water and glides through a hoop. It lands back in the water with a big splash. This is the kind of trick you might see dolphins perform in shows at zoos or aquariums. Scientists study captive dolphins in zoos and aquariums. Dolphins are noted for their intelligence, and trainers can teach them all kinds of...

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Insects.

Insects. We live in an age of insects. About half of all known animals are insects. Scientists have found about 1 million species (kinds) of insects so far. There are more species of insects than of any other animal in the world. Bees, flies, ants, grasshoppers, beetles, and butterflies are some of the insects that might live near you. Insects buzz in the...

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Amphibians.

Amphibians. Say you are thirsty. Can you put your hand in a glass of water and drink it through your skin? Of course you can't! But some animals can absorb water this way. These animals are called amphibians. Amphibians are very interesting creatures. They live a kind of double life. They spend the first part of their life in water and the second...

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Beetles.

Beetles. Some beetles can walk on land or fly in the air. Others spend most of their time swimming in water. Some beetles are a big help to farmers. Others are pests that destroy farm crops. Beetles live everywhere on Earth except in the oceans and near the North and South poles. Beetles are among the most common insects in the world....

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Dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs. Imagine walking through a prehistoric forest and coming face to face with a terrifying dinosaur. This could never have happened, of course. People and dinosaurs did not live on Earth at the same time. Dinosaurs died out long before people appeared. Dinosaurs lived from about 230 million years ago to about 65 million years ago. HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT DINOSAURS? Paleontologists (scientists...

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Insects.

Insects. We live in an age of insects. About half of all known animals are insects. Scientists have found about 1 million species (kinds) of insects so far. There are more species of insects than of any other animal in the world. Bees, flies, ants, grasshoppers, beetles, and butterflies are some of the insects that might live near you. Insects buzz in the...

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Alligators and Crocodiles.

Alligators and Crocodiles. What is the difference between an alligator and a crocodile? That's kind of a trick question. "Crocodile" is a common name for an order, or large group, of animals called crocodilians. Alligators, caimans, and gavials are all crocodilians--but so are crocodiles. HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT? One way to tell the difference between alligators and crocodiles is by looking at their...

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Bees. It's a warm summer afternoon in a park or garden.

Bees. It's a warm summer afternoon in a park or garden. Bees are buzzing around the flowers. You might be sitting in the sun and feeling kind of lazy. But the bees are very busy doing work that is important to you. The bees are going from flower to flower. They are collecting a liquid called nectar and yellow grains called pollen. The...

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Ecosystem.

Ecosystem. Colorful tropical fish swim through warm water around a coral reef. The fish are part of the coral reef ecosystem. Beautiful orchids grow on trees that tower above the rain forest floor. The orchids and the trees are part of the rain forest ecosystem. A hawk swoops down on a rabbit hopping through the tall grass of a prairie. The hawk,...

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Crabs.

Crabs. Try walking sideways. Be careful not to trip! Do you think it would be easy to run sideways? You probably could not run very fast. Crabs, however, can easily run sideways. They run along muddy or sandy seashores on the tips of their legs. They can also burrow into the mud or sand. Although crabs can run along a beach, they...

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Frogs and Toads.

Frogs and Toads. How far can you jump? A frog can easily jump the length of its body or farther. The frog just gets its strong hind legs ready, pushes off, and away it goes! A frog's hind legs are made for leaping. Frogs and toads are very much alike. They are both amphibians. Amphibians are animals that spend part of their lives...

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Aardvark Aardvarks are mammals with long snouts that live in Africa.

Aardvark Aardvarks are mammals with long snouts that live in Africa. Using their sharp claws, aardvarks dig into anthills and termite mounds. Then they lick up the ants and termites with their sticky tongues. Tom McHugh/Photo Researchers, Inc. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Bees. It's a warm summer afternoon in a park or garden.

Bees. It's a warm summer afternoon in a park or garden. Bees are buzzing around the flowers. You might be sitting in the sun and feeling kind of lazy. But the bees are very busy doing work that is important to you. The bees are going from flower to flower. They are collecting a liquid called nectar and yellow grains called pollen. The...

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Cockroach Cockroaches are one of the oldest insects on Earth and look about the same as they did millions of years ago.

Cockroach Cockroaches are one of the oldest insects on Earth and look about the same as they did millions of years ago. Unlike other species (kinds), the American cockroach, shown here, can fly and is also attracted to light. G.I. Bernard/Oxford Scientific Films Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Elephants.

Elephants. What if you had to ride an elephant to school? An elephant is huge. You have to climb up on a platform to get on an elephant's back. You might sit on the elephant's neck and hold on with your legs. You might sit on a seat on the elephant's back. People in Asia once rode elephants for transportation. They rode...

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Aquariums.

Aquariums. A sea turtle glides over your head. Tiny blue and yellow fish flash by. A big shark swims right at you. You are walking around on the bottom of the sea. Yet you are perfectly safe and dry. You are visiting an aquarium. WHAT IS AN AQUARIUM? An aquarium is a water-filled tank in which fish swim about. You can keep a...

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