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Wildlife

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Wildlife traditionally refers to undomesticated animal species, but has come to include all plants, fungi, and other organisms that grow or live wild in an area ...

Wild Animals | Animal Planet

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Watch video of wild animal footage on an encyclopedic level, from the plight of endangered species to the hope of adorable baby animals.

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Sep 29, 2014 ... Wild Animals Fighting To Death [Wildlife Nature Documentary] Wildlife traditionally refers to non-domesticated animal species, but has come to ...
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Dec 25, 2015 ... African animals: The Lion Mating, Wild animals. ... Sex life and marriage in the wild Africa. tribe Vodaabe - Very interesting documentary ...

Wild Animal Sanctuary home page

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The Wild Animal Sanctuary is a 720 acre refuge for more than 350 Lions, Tigers, Bears, Wolves and other large carnivores...

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Dec 8, 2015 ... Kids and wild animals At The Zoo: Rainforest Animals and African animals Gorilla will appear in 2:28 Hi By happy time when we are at the zoo ...

Animals - Wild Animal Sanctuary

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Get To Know Our Animals... The Wild Animal Sanctuary has rescued over 1,000 animals in its 35 year history, and we currently have over 350 living with us ...

San Diego Zoo Safari Park |

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Watch clips featuring San Diego Zoo Safari Park animals, keepers, and more! White Rhino ... Subscribe to Wild Times - animal news, special events, and more!

wild animal - Wiktionary

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Noun[edit]. wild animal (plural wild animals). Any animal living in a natural, undomesticated state. (figuratively) One exhibiting uncontrolled behaviour.

National Geographic: Animals - Animal Pictures - Wild Animal Facts ...

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National Geographic Animals and Nat Geo Wild Home Page.

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Kingdom Animalia
All animals are members of the Kingdom Animalia, also called Metazoa. This Kingdom does not contain the prokaryotes (Kingdom Monera, includes bacteria, blue-green algae) or the protists (Kingdom Protista, includes unicellular eukaryotic... More >>
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