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These beautiful butterflies have the complementary colors of blue and orange on their wings, framed by a brown border with white spots. They are tropical butterflies and are generally found in the rainforests of Brazil and Venezuela. 

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 It’s probably safe to say most of us dog owners have fed our pets from the table at least once or twice. Those adorable, begging eyes are just too hard to resist sometimes! Some owners even stick to mostly raw-food diets for their dogs, which can be a great choice based on breed and dietary needs, among other factors. However, it’s important to know which foods are compatible with your dog's system - and which ones could land you at the vet’s office.    Some common household foods that should always be kept away from your dog’s bowl include chocolate,...

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Everyone loves cats and dogs - right? As common as they are as pets in the United States, plenty of people have their reasons for not adopting a dog or a cat, even though they want the companionship of a pet. Maybe you or your child have allergies or experienced a trauma that makes you apprehensive of them, or plain and simple, just can’t make the time commitment to a pet that needs lots of attention and engagement. Don’t worry, there are other options! Here are some alternative household pets that can contribute to a happy home environment.    Rabbits...

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There are many types of wolves throughout the world, all of which have adapted to drastically different geographical environments. They are a much more diverse species than you might think! The following is a list of different types of wolves from around the world.    The Alaskan Tundra Wolf These beautiful white wolves live in the tundra region along the Arctic Coast of Alaska, as you might have gathered from the name. They tend to be quite large, ranging between 80 and 180 lbs full grown. They are almost always white, but some pure black ones have been observed in...

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Primates are a fascinating category of a creature and one that has long baffled us as humans for their similarities to us. The resemblance is undeniable - ten fingers, ten toes, human-like body shapes, and even behaviors similar to ours. Of course, this is a widely varied species - some primates are so tiny they can fit in your hands. The following is a list of different kinds of primates from all over the world.   Baboons These primates are found throughout the African wild and Arabia, and are a type of “Old World Monkey.” This refers to primates originating...

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