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Aldabra Tortoise Alligator Gar
Alligator Snapping Turtle American Alligator
American Bullfrog Andean Condor
Baird's Tapir Bald Eagle
Ball Python Barred Owl
Bass Bearded Dragon
Bison Black and White Ruffed Lemur
Black Milksnake Black Vulture
Black-handed Spider Monkey Black-necked Swan
Black-tailed Prairie Dog Blacksmith Plover
Blue and Yellow Macaw Blue Peafowl
Blue-tongued Skink Blue-winged Teal
Bluegill Bobcat
Bongo Brown Pelican
Brown Tarantula Canada Goose
Cane Toad Capybara
Catfish Cheetah
Chilean Flamingo Common Snapping Turtle
Copperhead Cornsnake
Cotton-top Tamarin Cottonmouth
Crested Screamer Crested Wood Partridge
De Brazza's Guenon Demoiselle Crane
Dexter Cattle Domestic Ferret
Domestic Goat Domestic Rabbit
Domestic Rat Double-wattled Cassowary
East African Crowned Crane Eastern Black and White Colobus
Eastern Black Rhinoceros Eastern Box Turtle
Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake Eastern Glass Lizard
Eastern Screech Owl Egyptian Goose
Emu European Legless Lizard
Fulvous Whistling Duck Galah Cockatoo
Galapagos Tortoise Garganey Teal
Giant African Millipede Golden Lion Tamarin
Gopher Tortoise Greater Kudu
Greater Rhea Greater Spot-nosed Guenon
Green Tree Frog Green-winged Macaw
Green-winged Teal Guinea Pig
Gulf Coast Sheep Gulf Coast Toad
Gulf Pipefish Gulf Toadfish
Hammerkop Hyacinth Macaw
Indian Flying Fox Indian Muntjac
Indian Rhinoceros Indian Runner Duck
Jaguar Javan Pond Heron
Keel-billed Toucan King Vulture
Kirk's Dik-Dik Kookaburra
Lady Ross' Turaco Lappet-faced Vulture
Lesser Madagascar Tenrec Lion-tailed Macaque
Long-tailed Chinchilla Louisiana Milksnake
Louisiana Pine Snake Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
Malayan Tiger Mandarin Duck
Maned Wolf Marabou Stork
Mediterranean Miniature Donkey Military Macaw
Nelson's Elk Nicobar Pigeon
Nigerian Dwarf Goat Nile Lechwe
Northern Cinnamon Teal Nubian Ibex
Ostrich Palawan Peacock Pheasant
Pied Imperial Pigeon Pinfish
Plains Zebra Prehensile-tailed Skink
Pygmy Hippopotamus Razorback Musk Turtle
Red Kangaroo Red River Hog
Red-eared Slider Red-fronted Macaw
Red-sided Eclectus Parrot Red-tailed Hawk
Reticulated Giraffe Rhinoceros Hornbill
Ringed Teal River Otter
Roan Antelope Roseate Spoonbill
Sable Antelope Sacred Ibis
Saddlebill Stork Savanna Monitor
Scarlet Macaw Serval
Siamang Siren
Southern Black Racer Speckled Kingsnake
Spectacled Bear Spiny Softshell Turtle
Sugar Glider Sulawesi Macaque
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Sumatran Tiger
Sunfish Texas Ratsnake
Thomson's Gazelle Timber Rattlesnake
Toulouse Goose Trumpeter Swan
Victoria Crowned Pigeon Vietnamese Pot-bellied Pig
Wattled Crane White Pelican
White's Tree Frog White-crested Laughing Thrush
White-faced Whistling Duck White-tailed Deer
Wild Turkey Wood Duck
Yellow-backed Duiker Yellow-footed Tortoise
Yellow-naped Amazon Parrot  
Fun Fact
When a cassowary or emu female mates, she lays the eggs, but the male incubates and raises them. The female may mate with 2 or 3 males a season.
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