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A bear is a large mammal with a shaggy coat and strong claws.
Brown is the color of wood, made from mixing red, blue, and yellow.
If something is extinct, it means it is no longer in existence.
If something is feline, it means it is related to cats.
A hyena is a doglike nocturnal mammal that feeds chiefly on carrion.
An insectivore is an organism that feeds mainly on insects.
A kangaroo is a leaping marsupial known for carrying its young in a pouch.
A leopard is a large feline with a tawny coat with black spots.
A lion is a large predatory feline with a tawny coat that is known for the shaggy mane of its male species.
A lynx is a wild cat with a short tail and tufted ears.
A mammal is an animal distinguished by, among other things, the possession of hair and the birth of live young.
A mane is the long coarse hair growing from the crest of the animal's neck.
A marsupial is category of mammals known for carrying their young in a pouch.
A mole is small burrowing mammal with velvety fur, small eyes, and fossorial forefeet.
An opossum is a nocturnal arboreal marsupial with a naked prehensile tail.
A pangolin is a toothless mammal with a body covered with horny scales and a long snout for feeding on ants and termites.
A paw is the clawed foot of an animal.
Polar refers to something existing at or near a geographical pole or within the Arctic or Antarctic Circles.

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