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Can You Name These American Woodland Animals From an Image?
by Maria Trimarchi
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Did you know that the grey fox is a unique type of American canid (a dog is a canid, too) because it climbs trees? You may see them anywhere between southern Canada all the way down to South America – and across in the U.S. in between -- maybe running head first down a tree trunk. But a grey fox is easy to spot. How are you when it comes to identifying the other types of furry, slithery, and feathery creatures that live in a forest near you?