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The A to Z of exotic animals

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A: Contrary to popular belief, only one species can turn into a shelled ball.
Armadillo
B: This animal is expensive for a US pet, and is also called the Bearcat, but is nothing of the sort.
Binturong
C: A large possum that comes on the ground most of the time.
Cuscus
D: A very playful species of Dolphin.
Dusky Dolphin
E: Long beaked or Short beaked. What is it?
Echidna
F: An undersea worm possessing wavy and large tentacles.
Fan worm
G: A weevil named after its long neck.
Giraffe Weevil
H: A very rare antelope, aka Hunter's Hartebeest
Hirola
I: Many types of invertebrate safely go under this title; e.g. Woodlouse
Isopod
J: In the UK, there is only one of this flamingo at Slimbridge.
James Flamingo
K: A small marsupialian that lives in the desert (It's not koala or kangaroo)
Kowari
L: A very rare and small possum
Leadbeater's
M: A jellyfish, which, despite his name has not been in the wars.
Man o' war
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N: A noisy bird, which, despite its name is diurnal but calls at night
Nocturnal Curassow
O: Be very quiet if you see a wild one of these, because these animals are a favourite to collectors.
Olm
P: These porcupines live in trees.
Prenshile-tailed
Q: A kind of clam.
Quahog
R: A very small fast cuckoo.
Roadrunner
S: This animal does handstands.
Spotted Skunk
T: A large eyed animal.
Tarsier
U: A large continga, with a long "wattle" or chin.
Umbrellabird
V: An Andean rodent
Viscacha
W: Tardigrades' second name
Water Bear
X: A small Latin bird.
Xenops
Y: A large opossum, which lives in water.
Yapok
Z: It's smelly and rhymes with what King Kong is.
Zorilla
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