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There was a short-lived- possibly originating in Australia, cartoon adaptatioin of Verne"s Around the world in eighty days- done as a cartoon show that had animal characters- also one with human characters. Both seemed to be far closer to Charlie Chan than Jules Verne, and one even used Chan"s motto- The motto of the wise is, beware of surprises! This show had detective overtones. Wisely the gambling angles were omitted.
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What was the children's television show in the 1960s that had real African animals like the Secretary Bird?
Wild Kingdom- a documentary by Marlin Perkings.
what are animals in a trench.
Eagles look like falcons and hawks. The only difference is their size.
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I was at a animal show and this guy you used to date was staring at me and then you looked at him he looked away and he looked at the ground and smiled is there a chance he likes me what should i do?
Maybe he saw you and was remembering the good times you once had together. This may not mean he want to get back together, but it might. If you like him and want to get back… together, then talk to him. Otherwise just leave it be. thanks for the answer :)
Detective Conan, or more commonly known as Case Closed in America. It's about teenage detective Shinichi Kudo (Jimmy Kudo in the Case Closed Version) that is shrunk by two men… in black and turned into a little boy, where he created the alias Conan Edogawa to protect those he loves from the men in black, whom he figures will come back to kill him if they discover he is still alive.
They look like normal animals here on earth but sometimes can be mixed up.
all animals look like animals
Cause they draw like that I guess? =D
If he likes a roasted turkey, duck or chicken with stuffing, then he is fine and a health normal adolescent. If he likes animals stuffed with sawdust and mounted, he may appre…ciate looking at the form of the wild animal on a daily basis, or he may be slightly obsessed with hunting and killing. In this case proceed with caution.
Yes, a Kangaroo is an animal.
the prize guy on animal crossing is called Phidieas and he I think is sea lion after Phineas. He gives out prizes such as pinwheels and bubble blowers and unique balloons. The…se items can't be found anywhere else on the game and are free.
Animals that are like the kangaroo: The kangaroo belongs to the order Marsupialia, or marsupials, a characteristic of which is to give birth to undeveloped young. Wh…ile not all marsupials have an abdominal pouch, many besides the kangaroos do. Animals that are like kangaroos in that they carry their young in a pouch are wallabies, the koala, possums, opossums, wombats, the Tasmanian devil, bandicoots, bettongs, the bilby, quolls and the quokka. More information about kangaroos: There are about 63 types of kangaroo. There are many varieties of kangaroo which come under the heading of "macropod". Members of the macropod family are characterised by their big feet ("macropod" means "great-footed"), their front pouches, and the fact that they move primarily by hopping. They are similar in appearance and characteristics, but differ considerably in size. There are four main species that are commonly called kangaroo. These are: The Red Kangaroo (Macropus rufus) - This is the largest marsupial in the world and the most common in Australia. The Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) - This species ranges over the fertile eastern part of the continent. The Western Grey Kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus) - This species is found in the southern part of west Australia, near the coast of south Australia and the Darling River basin. The Antilopine Kangaroo (Macropus antilopinus) - This species is found in the far north of Australia. They inhabit grassy plains and woodlands. Other species of kangaroos are smaller, and they include: Wallabies, including different species of rock-wallaby, brush wallaby and swamp wallaby Quokkas, once thought to be a type of wallaby, but now regarded as another separate group Musky-rat kangaroo (the smallest of all kangaroos) Tree kangaroos, which live in trees, although they can easily jump to the ground from 6m up and escape along the ground if threatened. There are numerous species of tree-kangaroos. They have shorter hind legs and a long, non-prehensile tail which they use as a rudder for jumping between tree branches. They are the only type also found in New Guinea. Pademelons, which are the smallest of the macropod family. There are many different varities of pademelons. Wallaroos and euros, which come in between wallabies and kangaroos in size. They are characterised by a more thickset body, and are darker around the snout. Then there are the potoroids - a sub-species of the kangaroo family. Examples include: Rat-kangaroos, which look like oversized rats around the face and ears. There are various species of these, such as the Musky rat-kangaroo and the Rufous rat-kangaroo. Rat kangaroos are different to the kangaroo-rats of North America, and not at all related. Potoroos, which are small and quite endangered. Gilbert's Potoroo is the most threatened marsupial species in Australia. Bettongs which, like the potoroo, are sometimes included in with the rat-kangaroos. They are quite small, usually weighing only a couple of kilograms when mature.
The wallaby is an animal that looks like a small kangaroo. It could also be the kangaroo rat, which is a rodent, or the gerbil.
Kiara is a character from the Disney 'Lion King 2'. Kiara is a lion and she is the daughter of Simba and Nala. The movie 'Lion King 2' was released in 1988.
The aardvark has kangaroo ears and a pig like nose. It also has a naked tail like a opossum and a sticky, long tongue of an anteater.