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Book 2: Chapter 3 - Well-known Animals
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  1. The adult male of various deer, especially the red deer, is calleda stag. For most deer in modern English usage, the male is called a buck and the female is a doe, but the terms vary with dialect, and especially according to the size of the species. For many larger deer the male is a "stag", while for other larger deer the same words are used as for cattle    bull and cow.
  2. An octopus has two eyes and four pairs of arms. It has a hard beak, with its      mouth at the centre point of the arms. The octopuses have no internal or external skeleton, which allow them to squeeze through tight places. All octopuses are      venomous, but only one group – the blue-ringed octopuses - is known to be      deadly to humans.
  3. The giant panda is a bear. It is found in central-western and south-western China. It is easily recognized by its large black patches around the eyes, over the ears and across its round body. It loves to eat bamboo. Its diet is 99 per cent bamboo. The giant panda's paw has a "thumb" and five fingers. The "thumb" is actually a kind of bone, which helps the giant panda to hold bamboo while eating.
  4. The llamas are found in South America. A full-grown llama can be 5.5 to 6.0 ft tall      at the top of the head, and can weigh between 130 to 200 kilograms. The llamas      are intelligent and can learn simple tasks after a few repetitions. The wool      produced by a llama is very soft.
  5. The walrus is a large water animal but it can also live on the earth. It can be easily recognized by its tusks, whiskers and bulky body. An adult male walrus can weigh up to 1, 700 kilograms and sometimes even more. The female walrus weighs about two-thirds of the males which is sometimes as little as 400 kilograms.  The young walrus is called a calf.
  6. The wolves are intelligent and social animals. Their primary preys are deer and moose, though they feed on many smaller animals as well. Because wolves have killed livestock, they have been persecuted by farmers. A male gray would may be 7ft long and weigh up to 80 kilograms. They hunt mostly at night.
  7. The zebras have black and white stripes. Each zebra has a unique pattern of stripes on its body. Thus no two zebras have same kind of stripes. They live almost entirely on grass. Zebras stand 47 to 55 inches tall. The zebras have excellent eyesight and hearing.
  8. The seals are semi-aquatic animal, which can live both in water and on land.  Elephant seal, Harbor seal, harp seal and leopard seal are some famous seals.
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