Carnivores are meat-eating mammals. Learn about tigers, coyotes, and other predators of the animal kingdom.
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Tapir: The Ancient Fruitarian With the Tiny Trunk
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Do Kangaroos Really Box?
The Smiley Quokka Is an Australian Super Survivor
The Tarsier Is One Weird Primate, and Yes, We're Related
Marmosets Are Tiny, Upper Canopy-dwelling Monkeys
Why Do Gorillas Beat Their Chests?
How Long Do Squirrels Live?
'Splooting': It's What All the Cool Squirrels Are Doing This Summer
Squirrels Get Jacked During Hibernation; No Weights Needed!
The Coatimundi Is Cute But Doesn't Make a Good Pet
Great Escapes! 5 Wild Animals Who Busted Out and Went on the Run
Chances Are You'll Never See a Pine Marten in the Wild
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