Domain: lioncrusher.com

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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Raccoon Dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides ...
The raccoon dog ranges in the wooded areas of western Europe, Russia, China, and Japan. They are native to south-eastern Siberia, Manchuria, ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Raccoon (Procyon lotor) facts and pictures
Facts about this mammal's range, habitat, physical traits, diet, reproduction, and behavior. Includes a photo and range map.
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Canidae
The family Canidae had three major co-existing radiations, represented by the subfamilies of Caninae (modern dogs), Hesperocyoninae (ancient canids), ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) facts and pictures
The ocelot's ground coloration can range from light yellow, to reddish grey, to gold, to a greyish gold color. They have black markings -- spots, ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Ursidae
The precursors to the group that became bears split off into the Amphicyonidae (Bear Dogs) and the Procyonidae (Raccon Family) groups, ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) facts and pictures
Historically, wolves had the largest and most extensive range of all mammals, second only to .... Canis lupus crassodon, Hall, 1932, Vancouver Island Wolf ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) facts and pictures
They are a ruddy tan color with a white face, and dark grey to black markings on their back and tail. The Mexican wolf is also the most genetically distinct ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- American Badger (Taxidea taxus) facts and ...
The American badger does not seem to be very territorial. Badgers have multiple dens within their home range that are used for sleeping. Badgers rotate dens ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Jaguar (Panthera onca) facts and pictures
The jaguar is the largest cat species in South America, as well as in the ... Jaguars are solitary animals, like most cats, and only come together to mate. ...
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Lioncrusher's Domain -- Jaguar (Panthera onca) facts and pictures
The jaguar is the largest cat species in South America, as well as in the ... Jaguars are solitary animals, like most cats, and only come together to mate. ...
 
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