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Wild Animals. Ari norris Brianna mcintosh Alyson mackell Tiffany hiles. Eastern Screech owl. These supremely camouflaged birds hide out in nooks and trees through the day, so train your ears and listen for them at night. They can be either mostly gray or mostly reddish-brown (rufous).

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Wild animals

Wild Animals

Ari norris

Brianna mcintosh

Alyson mackell

Tiffanyhiles


Eastern screech owl

Eastern Screech owl

These supremely camouflaged birds hide out in nooks and trees through the day, so train your ears and listen for them at night.

They can be either mostly gray or mostly reddish-brown (rufous).

Trees define the eastern screech-owl’s habitat.

Ari Norris


Three baded armadillo

Three-baded Armadillo

the three-banded armadillo doesn't dig burrows instead takes refuge in the abandoned burrows of other animals such as anteaters.

Found in the most arid parts of the gran Chaco.

Their shells close completely.

Brianna McIntosh


African serval

AFRICAN SERVAL

Long legs a lean body short tail and a small head.

Live in Africa but mostly south of the shard desert.

They are 25-40 inches long with a 12- inch tail

Alyson mackell


Two toed sloth

Two Toed Sloth

Habitat- tropical rainforest canopies.

Diet- leaves, twigs, and fruits.

they live 10 to 15 years in the wild, more than 30 years in the zoos.

Tiffany Hiles


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