Like all newly-born white-tailed deer, the fawn in the key deer sub-species has a beautiful coat of camouflage: brown with white spots.

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The ants' brains are the largest of any insect, and their mushroom-shaped appendages have been found to function similar to the gray matter of human brains. So it's not by accident they are observed successfully changing careers, responding to emergencies, having huge ant-community civic projects, and are able to keep track of paths between food source and home by laying down scent trails which they follow themselves and direct other ants to for nourishment.

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One very real need for every creature is to stay alive and, for this, one needs to breathe. For us, breathing is automatic. But not for a dolphin.

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It hardly seems possible that the Least Chipmunk, weighing barely over an ounce (about the weight of a slice of bread) or the largest Eastern chipmunk, the "heavyweights" among chipmunks (weighing all of around four ounces!), would have such God-given intelligence!

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