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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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GIRAFFE 

Giraffe

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Giraffes inhabit savanna country where there are Acacia and climbing leguminous plants. They are found in Africa south of the Sahara to Cape Town.
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CHEETAH 

Cheetah

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Its eyes are physically adapted for speed, enabling it to spot distant prey and follow it with pinpoint precision before racing in to kill.
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BLACKSMITH PLOVER 

Blacksmith Plover

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The Blacksmith Plover is a medium sized lapwing bird approximately 12 inches long. It is a strikingly patterned bird with red eyes, and very long legs.
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Black Rhinoceros 

Black Rhinoceros

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The Honolulu Zoo acquired two black rhinos through the American Zoo and Aquarium Association's Species Survival Plan in March of 1999.
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White Spoonbil 

African Spoonbill

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The African Spoonbill is a long-legged wading bird. Its height is 90 cm (36"). Its body is predominantly white, except for its red legs, face, and bill. Its wing is 365-403 mm long.
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EAST AFRICAN CROWNED CRANE 

African Crowned Crane

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The Crowned Crane is a majestic bird with a yellow topknot on the crown, black plumage, white and yellow wing-coverts and a black forehead.
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African Wild Dog 

African Wild Dog

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African Wild Dogs are very social animals that live in packs of 5-20 individuals; rarely as many as 60. They fill the ecological role or niche of the wolf in Africa.
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African Spurred Tortoise 

African Spurred-Thighed Tortoise

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The African spurred tortoise is is the third-largest species of tortoise in the world, the largest species of mainland tortoise, and the only species in the genus Centrochelys.
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Aardvark 

Aardvark

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The name aardvark comes from a word meaning "earth pig." The aardvark is endemic to Africa and are specialized for eating termites but are considered an omnivore.
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