What Animals Have Retractable Claws?

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Cats are not the only animals that have retractable claws. All members of the cat family such as lions, tigers, leopards, cheetahs, and jaguars have retractable claws. Other animals include wolverine frogs, certain species of mongooses, and the fossa.
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