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Do dire wolves exist?
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Top 5 Strange Lion Facts
Learn random facts about the lion. Here are 5 strange lion facts brought to you by HowStuffWorks. See more »
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How to Trap a Skunk Without Getting Sprayed
How to Trap a Skunk Without Getting Sprayed. Check out HowStuffWorks to learn more about skunks and how to trap a skunk without getting sprayed. See more »
Why do spotted hyenas laugh?
We all remember the laughing hyenas from "Lion King", but who knows why these canines laugh? We do. Find out why spotted hyenas laugh in this article. See more »
Do jackals use babysitters?
Jackal pack are usually made up of a mating pair, their offspring and, in larger packs, nonbreeding adults. Learn how jackals use babysitters for support. See more »
What's the difference between a bobcat and a lynx?
The difference between bobcats and lynxes is very slight and mostly deals with appearance. Learn about the difference between bobcats and lynxes.
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