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The tiger salamander is the largest and most widespread terrestrial salamander in North America.
The roseate spoonbill is easily identified thanks to its bright pink plumage and spoon-shaped bill.
Watch the white-handed gibbon move through the canopy.
The burrowing owl, unlike most owls, usually nests and lives underground.
Watch a video of a ‘living fossil’; the horseshoe crab.
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