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Copperheads are one of the many poisonous snakes that are indigenous to the United States. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Which poisonous snakes are native to the United States?

Find out which snakes in the United States are poisonous.

Many simple species, such as the star fish, have the ability to regenerate severed appendages. [©Jupiter Images, 2008]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Can animals regenerate parts of their bodies?

Discover which animals can regenerate parts of their body.

Camels can go up to 10 months of not drinking any water. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Do camels store water in their humps?

Find out if camels store water in their humps or not.

There are some bears that live in tropical rain forests. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Which bear lives in a tropical rain forest?

Find interesting facts on the lifestyle of bears in the tropical rain forest.

A bat's wings are actually skin extensions of the back and belly. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Are there any mammals that fly?

Get details on the habitat and prey of the only mammal that can truly fly.

Birds migrate south to escape the cold weather. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Why do birds migrate annually?

Explore the reasons behind birds' annual migration south for the winter.

Migratory birds often fly in a "V" formation to conserve energy and fly longer distances. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Why do geese fly in formation?

Get details on why migrating geese form a flying "V" when traveling.

The size of the egg usually depends on the size of the bird. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Which birds lay the largest and smallest eggs?

Find out which birds lay the largest and smallest eggs.

Many bird species have kneecaps. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

Do birds have knees?

Find out where birds hide their knees.

The speed of a fish in the water depends on many factors, such as size, fin shape and internal temperature. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Nature and Environment » Animals and Wildlife

At what speeds do fish swim?

Find out the swimming speeds of certain fish, including yellowfin tuna and trout.

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