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1 CAT Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish DOG Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish HORSE Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish HAMSTER Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish RABBIT Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish FISH Pets cat - dog - horse - hamster - rabbit - fish COW Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen SHEEP Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen PIG Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen

2 GOAT Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen DONKEY Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen HEN Farm animals cow - sheep - pig - goat - donkey - hen WOLF Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear FOX Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear SQUIRREL Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear BOAR Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear DEER Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear BROWN BEAR Forest animals wolf - fox - squirrel - boar - deer - brown bear

3 HIPPOPOTAMUS African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant ZEBRA African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant LION African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant GIRAFFE African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant RHINOCEROS African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant ELEPHANT African animals hippopotamus - zebra - lion - giraffe - rhinoceros - elephant OCTOPUS Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse DOLPHIN Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse SHARK Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse

4 WHALE Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse STARFISH Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse SEAHORSE Sea animals octopus - dolphin - shark - whale - starfish - seahorse KOALA Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver POLAR BEAR Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver BROWN BEAR Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver ZEBRA Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver PANDA Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver BEAVER Fur-bearing animals koala - polar bear - brown bear - zebra - panda - beaver

5 TURKEY Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl EAGLE Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl OSTRICH Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl SWAN Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl PEACOCK Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl OWL Feathered animals turkey - eagle - ostrich - swan - peacock - owl CROCODILE Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake LIZARD Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake FISH Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake

6 IGUANA Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake PANGOLIN Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake SNAKE Animals with scales crocodile - lizard - fish - iguana - pangolin - snake FROG Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin SALAMANDER Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin SHEEP Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin RAM Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin HEDGEHOG Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin SEA URCHIN Animals with special skin (bare-skin, woolly or spiny) frog - salamander - sheep - ram - hedgehog - sea urchin

7 WHALE Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow ELEPHANT Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow PIG Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow DOLPHIN Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow DOG Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow COW Viviparous animals (they bear their babies) whale - elephant - pig - dolphin - dog - cow HEN Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise OSTRICH Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise DUCK Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise

8 FISH Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise SNAIL Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise TORTUE Oviparous animals (they lay eggs) hen - ostrich - duck - frog - snail - tortoise CATERPILLAR Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm SNAIL Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm OCTOPUS Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm SLUG Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm STARFISH Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm WORM Invertebrates (they have no skeleton) caterpillar - snail - octopus - slug - starfish - worm

9 FISH Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird SHARK Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird LIZARD Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird BAT Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird MONKEY Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird BIRD Vertebrates (they have a skeleton) fish - shark - lizard - bat - monkey - bird MONKEY Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow SHEEP Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow PANDA Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow

10 KOALA Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow GIRAFFE Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow COW Herbivorous animals (they eat plants) monkey - sheep - panda - koala - giraffe - cow WOLF Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion FROG Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion CROCODILE Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion TIGER Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion FOX Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion LION Carnivorous animals (they eat meat) wolf - frog - crocodile - tiger - fox - lion

11 LEOPARD Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion TIGER Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion PUMA Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion PANTHER Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion LYNX Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion LION Felines leopard - tiger - puma - panther - lynx - lion CRAYFISH Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab CRAB Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab LOBSTER Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab

12 PRAWN Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab SHRIMP Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab HERMIT CRAB Crustaceans crayfish - crab - lobster - prawn - shrimp hermit crab COBRA Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise LIZARD Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise SNAKE Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise IGUANA Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise CROCODILE Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise TORTOISE Reptiles cobra - lizard - snake - iguana - crocodile - tortoise

13 BEE Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper LADYBIRD Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper FLY Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper ANT Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper MOSQUITO Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper GRASSHOPPER Insects bee - ladybird - fly - ant mosquito - grasshopper SCALLOP Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish MUSSEL Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish OYSTER Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish

14 SQUID Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish SEA URCHIN Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish STARFISH Seafood scallop - mussel - oyster - squid sea urchin - starfish

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