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Kolea (Pacific Golden Plover)

In the winter months, Kolea can be found in Hawaii, California, and across southern Asia and Australasia. During the breeding season, they inhabit the arctic tundra from northern Asia to west Alaska.
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FAIRY BLUEBIRD 

Fairy Bluebird

Fairy bluebirds live in the forest crown and are gregarious fruit-eaters. They live in pairs or small troops and keep to the evergreen lowland forest.
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RED-WHISKERED BULBUL 

Red-Whiskered Bulbul

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This particular bulbul has adapted well to trees and shrubs in large suburban areas or yards. These birds usually stay under cover of vegetation, but occasionally perch in the open. This bird is native to India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Burma, and the South China coast.
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SHEEP 

Sheep

The horns of a ram usually curve outward. Some breeds, however, are hornless and in other breeds, both rams and ewes have horns. Sheep walk on their hoofs, which are divided into two toes.
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STORK 

Stork

There are 17 species of storks, all with stout bodies, long slender legs and slightly webbed short toes. Their claws are blunt and nail-like. Like birds of prey, young storks have two successive coats of down.
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MONITOR LIZARD 

Monitor Lizard

Many species hold their heads erect on their long necks, which gives them the appearance of being alert. They intimidate predators by lashing out with their tails, inflating their throats, hissing loudly, turning sideways, and compressing their bodies.
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GOAT 

Goat

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Goats were domesticated earlier than cattle, the family to which they belong, and the history of their use by man goes back about 3,000 years.
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ASIAN ELEPHANT 

Asian Elephant

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The Asian or Asiatic elephant (Elephas maximus) is the only living species of the genus Elephas and is distributed in Southeast Asia from India in the west to Borneo in the east.
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ASIAN BROWN TORTOISE 

Asian Brown Tortoise

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This is the largest tortoise species on the Asian continent and quite possibly the oldest tortoise species in the world, having changed very little over millions of years.
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