• Five Incredible Facts About Killer Whales(Orca)

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    Five Incredible Facts About Killer Whales(Orca)
    Killer whales, also known as orcas, are one of the most widely distributed mammals in the world, and are found in all of the planet's oceans. Killer whales are known as the most intelligent animals in the ocean, but they are not rare animals. There's still a lot we don't know about this animal. Here are 5 surprising facts about killer whales.   1...
  • Five Interesting Facts about Seals

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    Five Interesting Facts about Seals
    1. Seals and bears have the same ancestor Where did seals evolve from? Seals are pinnipeds, which include sea lions and walruses. Research agrees that pinnipeds belong to Arctoidea, a group of carnivores that includes bears, weasels, and raccoons. The family is monophyletic, which means they came from a common ancestor, so the seal's closest relative is the bear. 2. In the wild, seals...
  • Why were stuffed animals made?

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    Why were stuffed animals made?
    Plush toys(plush toys manufacturers) first began in the early 19th century. In a small town in the United States, there is an inadvertent masterpiece of a grocery store owner who can do tailoring. One day, he had a whimsy, found some broken sheepskins, used his tailoring techniques, and stitched together to make a very cute puppy. The surrounding neighbors looked very fond of it....
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