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Numbat Anteating Marsupial

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Numbat is an Australian origin marsupial anteater. Myrmecobius fasciatus is the scientific name of Numbat. The name Numbat came in to use by the mispronunciation of its original local name noombat. And in 1836 it was officially declared in records. … Read More

Gharial

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Gharial is a crocodile which belongs to Gavialidae family found in north India. It was officially discovered in 1789. Gavialis gangenticus is Gharial’s Latin name. According to survey it is only about 1200 to 1500 species remaining. They are critically … Read More

Black Rhino

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Black Rhino biologically known as Diceros bicomis and also commonly known as hook-lipped Rhinoceros are locale of Eastern and Southern Africa. It was discovered in the year 1758 and was first named as Rhinoceros bicornis which means double-horned rhinoceros.

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Hawksbill Turtle

Hawksbill turtle are the most beautiful sea turtles with extraordinary shell texture and beautiful body. The name Hawksbill originated due to its beak like mouth structure. They are found in shallow costal water where they could find sponges, coral reefs … Read More

Banded Hare-Wallaby

Banded Hare-wallaby is a marsupial found in the Australian islands. It was discovered in 1897 and belongs to Macropodidae family. Lagostrophus fasciatus is its biological name and it is a nocturnal. At present there are about 20 short faced kangaroos … Read More