Animals Outline Pictures

Animals Outline Pictures

Zebra outline picture

Zebra

ZEBRA   Zebra Facts Zebras are members of the horse family (Equidae) and are medium sized. The animals have white coats with black (sometimes brown) stripes. No animal has a ...
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Tiger outline picture

Tiger

TIGER     Tiger Facts Tiger is the member of cat family, with the Amur (Siberian) tiger weighing as much as 360 kg. Although it is found in a variety ...
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Sheep Outline Picture

Sheep

SHEEP Sheep Facts The sheep should not be confused with the goat. Sheep are different in many ways. Visual differences between sheep and goats include the beard and divided upper ...
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Walrus

Walrus

WALRUS  Walrus Facts Walruses are pinnipeds. Pinni means wing or fin and pedismeans foot. Seals and sea lions are also pinnipeds. Walruses are the largest pinnipeds in the Arctic and ...
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Elephant

Elephant

ELEPHANT Elephant Facts The elephant is the largest animal that lives on land. Some male elephants can grow to be thirteen feet tall. That's more than twice as tall as ...
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Horse

Horse

HORSE  Horse Facts Horses belong to the equus family. Equus comes from the ancient Greek word meaning quickness. Horses are mammals in the same family as zebras, mules and donkeys.  ...
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Lion

Lion

LION  Lion Facts The lion is the second biggest cat in the world. The Lion is described as large, carnivorous feline mammal (Panthera leo). Lions have a short tawny coat, ...
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monkey

Monkey

Monkey  Monkey Facts Monkey is one of the most recognized animals in the world. They are often long-tailed, medium-sized. They never catch cold. They never eat a banana as it ...
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Wolf

Wolf

Wolf  Wolf Facts Wolf is a highly intelligent animal with upright ears, sharp, pointed muzzles and sharp eyes. Wolves have ruffs of long hair framing the sides of their faces ...
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Camel Outline Picture

Camel

Camel  Camel Facts Camel is also known as Ship of Desert. They do not store water in their humps! They store fat in their humps. Camels do not chew the ...
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