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Cat Family and Its Members
Cat Family and Its Members What does your house cat have in common with a cheetah or a lion? Almost everything. All cats belong to the same feline family and there are 36 species of cats on the earth. All cats are carnivores, meaning they eat meat. They have fast, agile bodies and can move without making a sound. Cats can climb trees and run. Your kitty probably doesn’t like water, but all cats can swim. Fun...
Gorillas – The Heaviest Primates
Gorillas – The Heaviest Primates There are four groups of gorillas – Mountain gorillas, Eastern lowland gorillas, Western lowland gorillas and Cross River gorillas. Mountain gorillas live in the misty mountains of Central Africa. They have long hair, which protects them from the cold. Eastern lowland gorillas are the...

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Orangutans – Person of The Forest
Orangutans – Person of The Forest Orangutans spend almost their entire lives in the trees. They eat there, sleep there and travel by scrambling from branch to branch. Orangutans live in Sumatra and on the island of Borneo. Orangutans eat mostly fruit, but they also eat bark, honey,
Chimpanzees – The Most intelligent Animals on Earth
Chimpanzees – The Most intelligent Animals on Earth You might think chimpanzees are monkeys, but they belong to the ape family. They’re related to gorillas,
Apes – Larger and Intelligent Animals
Apes – Larger and Intelligent Animals Did you know that you’re an ape? That’s right. Humans belong to the ape family. But, apes, as we think of them, are large, intelligent animals that live in Africa and Asia. The ape family includes
Lemurs and Monkeys
Lemurs and Monkeys Lemurs and monkeys, along with apes, are primates. Most primates live in trees, but a few live on the ground. We’re classified as primates, too, but you probably live in a house, not a tree! Primates usually live in groups and have families. Primates are more like humans...
 
 
 

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