What Animals Live in Wetlands?

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The animals that live in wetlands include the map turtle, the mud puppy, the northern leopard frog, the giant water bug, the brown water scorpion, dragonflies and many more other animals.
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There are so many types of animals that live in the wetlands. You have your toads, your beavers, and snakes. There are also deer and turtles and tons of insects. The list goes on and on. You can find more information here: http://www.augustasprings.org/public/projects/augustasprings/Wetland+Animals
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