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An elephant has a long trunk. An elephant's trunk contains more than 40,000 muscles and can be about 6-8 feet long.
An elephant has two long tusks and it uses them as digging tools.
An alligator has a long tail. American alligators rely on their tails for balance and to propel themselves through water.
A tortoise has a hard shell and it can make its head and legs go into its shell.
A cat's whiskers are a well-honed sensory tool that helps a cat see in the dark and steer clear of hungry predators.
The pig's snout is very sensitive to touch. The pig uses the snout to search, or root for food.
Cats use their paws for grooming and for drinking water.
All birds have claws at the end of the toes. The claws are typically curved and the radius of curvature tends to be greater as the bird is larger.
A bird has a beak. A beak is used for eating and for preening, manipulating objects, killing prey, fighting, probing for food, courtship and feeding young.
A butterfly has two colorful wings. A butterfly has four wings, two forewings and two hindwings.
A shark has many fins. Most species of sharks have at least two sets of median fins situated along the central line of the body.
Muzzle is the projecting part of the face, including the nose and mouth, of an animal such as a dog or horse. It is also a mask-like device placed over the snout of a dog to prevent injury from biting.
Rabbits can move their ears independently so they can hear in two directions at once.
The primary function of the goat horns is to serve as an air conditioning system, they help regulate internal temperature of the body.
Antlers are a pair of bony, branched structures that protrude from the frontals of the skull of animals and are shed annually.
A fang is a modified tooth belonging to an animal designed to tear into flesh or hold the flesh in a tight grip.
When you think of animals with humps, the camel probably comes to mind first. Since the camel's other claim to fame is that it can go for a very long time without water, many people assume that it stores water inside those humps, but that's a misconception.
A lion has a big mane around its head. Three elements must be considered when looking at manes; only males have them; manes start to grow at puberty; and manes vary greatly in both colour and extent.
A fish uses its gills to breathe under water.
A scale is a small, hard plate that grows out of an animal's skin to give it protection. Fish and reptiles have scales.
Flippers are an evolutionary adaptation that allow aquatic and semi-aquatic animals to swim long distances while using less energy.
The limbs called legs support an animal's body and allow it to move.
Ducks use their webbed feet like paddles to provide more surface to push against the water.
A hoof (plural hooves) is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick covering.
A butterfly has two antennae on its head. Antennae are used for the sense of smell and balance.
A chimpanzee has lots of hair. Chimpanzees are covered by a coat of brown or black hair, but their faces are bare except for a short white beard.
Fur is a thick growth of hair that covers the skin of many different animals.
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A parrot has colorful feathers. Feather is one of the many soft, light things that cover a bird's body, consisting of a long, thin, central part with material like hairs along each side.
A sea urchin has spines. They serve as a means of protecting them against predators.
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Many people refer to octopus limbs as tentacles, but technically, octopuses don't have any tentacles at all!
Crabs have eight legs, along with two claws or pincers. Crabs use their pincers for fighting and for catching prey and tearing it apart to eat.
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