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Examples of animals that live on land include household pets, such as dogs and cats, and wild animals like lions, tigers, bears and monkeys. There are also land animals that are typically used for food purposes, such as ... More »

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Amphibians are vertebrate animals that live both in water and on land. Frogs, toads and salamanders are examples of amphibians. Amphibians are able to respire through their skin, and the young of all species of amphibian... More »

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Animals that live in rivers include fish, some insect larvae and reptiles, such as turtles. Mammals, such as river otters, beavers and muskrats, also live in rivers, as do amphibians, such as frogs and salamanders. More »

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There are many reasons why both dogs and cats make good pets, and it is up to the owner to weigh the options of which suits her life, household and schedule best. Animal Planet suggests that cats require less work; they ... More »

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Arizona's diverse landscape provides habitats for several unique animals, including elk, mountain lions, bobcats, ringtail cats and desert bighorn sheep. Desert creatures such as tarantulas, rattlesnakes and scorpions ar... More »

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Monkeys live in many different countries around the world, including Africa, Japan and India. Monkeys also live in Mexico, South America and Central America. More »

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Most lions live in sub-Saharan Africa. The biggest exception to this, other than lions found in zoos, is a population of lions that call India's Gir Forest home. More »

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