Pacific Tree Frog

The Pacific Tree Frog is found on the western coasts of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. This adaptable amphibian is at home in a variety of habitats, including forests, grassland, woodland, chaparral, and farmland. In these areas, it is most often found in low vegetation near water.
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Striped Skunk 

Striped Skunk

Skunks are adaptable to the point where they can exist in any number of wild or human-modified biomes. Woodland, grassland, farmland, and even urban environments are all suitable habitats for skunk.
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Roseate Spoonbill

Of the six species of spoonbills only the Roseate Spoonbill lives in the Western Hemisphere. However, they all inhabit the warmer portions of the world. Roseate Spoonbills range from the Gulf coast of the United States southward to Argentina including the Bahamas, Caribbean, West Indies, and Cuba.
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Females migrate en masse to egg-laying sites. Dig elaborate burrows with labyrinthine tunnels. Egg laying takes place in February or March. 25 to 40 eggs are buried 12 inches deep in moist sand or soil.
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Black-Handed Spider Monkey

New world monkeys like the spider monkey are more primitive than old world monkeys. Their brains are less complex, their thumbs are not opposable and their nostrils are further apart.
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