Ohio is home to approximately 350 bird species, 150 fish species and a number of mammal species. Among the fish present in Ohio are perch, trout, bass, muskellunge and walleye. Ohio is home to foxes, skunks, beavers, coy... More »

Animals native to Ohio include deer, mice, pheasants, coyotes, bobcats, otters and squirrels. These animals are a small percentage of all of the animals that are native to Ohio. More »

The Cleveland Animal Protective League and Secondhand Mutts are animal shelters located in Cleveland, Ohio. The Animal Rescue Center is located in Eastlake, though it provides adoption services for Cleveland and the surr... More »

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Some fun facts about Ohio, admitted to the union on March 1, 1803, include that it was home to eight presidents, giving it the nickname "Mother of Presidents." Additionally, the state's capital of Columbus is within 500 ... More »

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Ohio has 88 counties, including Summit, Cuyahoga, Lucas, Montomery and Franklin. Van Wert, Miami and Holmes are also counties in Ohio. The capital of Ohio, Columbus, is located in Delaware, Fairfield and Franklin countie... More »

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The bordering states of Ohio are Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana and West Virginia. Ohio also shares a border on the north with Ontario, Canada along Lake Erie. This lake gives Ohio approximately 312 miles of c... More »

The state of Ohio has 88 counties. The oldest county is Washington County, which was established in 1788, while the youngest county is Noble County, established in 1851. More »