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16 The tongue of a chameleon is longer than its body. Nature > Animals 09/30/08
17 The blue whale is the largest animal in the world. Nature > Animals 10/03/08
18 A chameleon's tongue can shoot out of its mouth at a speed of about 26 body lengths per second. Nature > Animals 10/06/08
19 Eagles build their nests, called eyries. Nature > Animals 10/19/08
20 A group of lions is called a pride. Nature > Animals 12/21/08
21 A group of apes is called a shrewdness. Nature > Animals 12/23/08
22 A group of porpoises is called a pod. Nature > Animals 12/23/08
23 A group of crows is called a murder. Nature > Animals 12/23/08
24 The spotted turtle is identified by yellow spots that are scattered on its carapace; this turtle also has yellow and orange spots on its head, limbs, and neck. Nature > Animals 12/24/08
25 A group of mice is called a mischief. Nature > Animals 12/26/08
26 A group of gnus is called either a herd or an implausibility. Nature > Animals 12/27/08
27 A group of magpies is called a tiding. Nature > Animals 12/27/08
28 A group of ravens is called either an unkindness or a storytelling. Nature > Animals 12/27/08
29 A group of woodpeckers is called a descent. Nature > Animals 12/27/08
30 A group of starlings is called a murmuration. Nature > Animals 12/28/08




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