O is for Orangutan

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O is for Orangutan.  This Tang drinking “man of the forest” is native to Borneo and Sumatra.   According to the World Wildlife Fund their population has been cut in half over the past century. As a kid I always pronounced it Oran-ga-TANG.  Which got me thinking whatever happened to […]

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N is for Numbat

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N is for Numbat.  Now of course hearing the name of this animal for today’s Animal Alphabet, I was hoping for some flying rodent but no, instead we have an Australian Marsupial.  Numbats are solitary animals, active during the day which subsist on termites, eating up to 10% of their […]

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M is for Military Macaw

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M is for Military Macaw.  Today’s Animal Alphabet gets it’s name from the colorful green feathers which resemble a military uniform.  Native to Central and South America, the bird is endangered in the wild but can thrive as a pet due assuming they are given a bunch of social interaction.

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L is for Loris

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L is for Loris.  The Loris is an endangered animal from India and Southeast Asia.  This cute thing is the only venomous primate known.  Unfortunately because of their cuteness people all want them as pets which has further endangered their population.  You may have seen videos of what looks like […]

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K is for Kakapo

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K is for Kakapo.  When I got my assignment for this entry into Animal Alphabets, I was confused.  Those Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mixes are endangered species?  Obviously I never heard of a Kakapo.  This flightless, nocturnal bird is also called a “Owl Parrot“.  Sadly this New Zealand native’s population as of […]

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H is for Hawksbill Turtle

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H is for Hawksbill Turtle.  This entry into the Animal Alphabets Cartoon series, gets its name from their narrow pointed beak that resembles a hawk.   Native of the tropics, the Hawksbill keeps the coral reef lively by removing and eating the sponges that grow on them.  Their shells are used […]

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G is for Gorilla

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G is for Gorilla.  The highly endangered gorillas of Africa are today’s Animal Alphabet entry.  Gorillas live in groups which are led by an older male Silverback, which gets its name from the gray hair that grows on their back as a male ages.  I too can attest to this […]

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