Devil fish

Devil fish

The devil fish is a kind of fish which belong to the Animalia kingdom, and are vertebrates. They belong to the mobula genus, and the scientific name of the devil fish is Mobula mobular. It belongs to the order of Myliobatiformes. The devil fish is a little larger than that of laser devil ray, and

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General Fossa is a relative of the mongoose, it is a unique type of animal in the forests of Madagascar, which an African island in the Indian ocean. It grows up to 6 feet long from nose to the tip of tail, and weighs around 26 pounds. The fossa is a slim and flexible bodied

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General Lowland streaked tenrecs are endemic to Madagascar. These creepy looking insectivores form a diverse group. Tenrecinae looks like a cross between a hedgehog and a shrew; their snouts are pointed and long, and their coat has spines all over it. Characteristics The Lowland streaked tenrecs and differentiated by two main features and that is,

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The African wild dog also known as Cape hunting dog or painted dog, generally moves around in the open plains and also can be seen roaming around in the sparse woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa. These long-legged creatures only possess four toes per foot, that other dogs do not have. Characteristics Other dogs have five toes