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Lions are also one of the only social cats. The majority of cats are solitary, but lions live together in prides. They will claim territory in grasslands, savannas, or even woodland habitats. They’re usually found in Africa, but they were once found in Europe and Asia.

on March 22, 2023

Red-breasted Sapsuckers live in the western regions of the United States and Canada. They stand about 8 inches tall and have a wingspan up to 16 inches long. They can be found in riparian woodland and coniferous forests.

on March 20, 2023

These wolves are very tall, and they have red fur with a black mane. They live in South America, in countries such as Argentina, Peru, Brazil, and Paraguay. They live in what’s called the Cerrado – it’s a biome that has a variety of habitats like grasslands, savannas, and forests.

on March 15, 2023