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how do you describe a poodle

fluffy cute playful

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Why do cats purr

Purring (and many other low-frequency vocalizations in mammals) often are associated with positive social situations: nursing, grooming, relaxing, being friendly. More likely, though, purring is simply soothing, or self-soothing, as cats may also purr in stressful situations.

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How many fish species are there

about 32,000

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How long can a snake get

It depends on the species, but most snakes tend to live long lives. For example, corn snakes have a lifespan of 5-10 years, ball pythons can live for 20-30 years, and kingsnakes often live for 12-15 years.

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How do spiders differ from insects

A spider's body has two main sections. A spider's body has two main sections, whereas that of an insect has three sections. ... An insect's body has three main sections: the head, thorax and abdomen. All insects have six legs, two antennae, and bodies that are divided into three main sections.

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what are the breeds for poodles

toy miniature Standard

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How long do cats live

2 – 16 years

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What's the world's largest fish

Rhincodon typus

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When do snakes sleep

Yes, reptiles sleep during brumation. However, they wake and need to forage for food and water during this time. When necessary, they will go and find food and water then return to a state of brumation for longer periods. Because the snakes are using less energy, they can go much longer than usual between feedings.

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How many kinds of spiders are there

45,000

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what types of colors do they come in

white, black, brown, grey,

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Why do cats knead

Kneading to convey comfort — Happy cats appear to knead to show pleasure. Cats often knead while being petted, or when snuggling into a napping spot. Your cat may also knead on your lap to show her love and contentment, and then settle in for a pat or nap

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What's the world's smallest fish

Paedocypris progenetica

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 Can you tame a snake

 No, snakes such as ball pythons are wild animals and not domesticated. The process of domestication occurs over thousands of years. Animals like cats, dogs and horses have been selectively bred for specific traits that appear over many generations.

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Where can I find spiders

Inside Your Vegetation. Vegetation will attract spiders both inside and outside of your home. ...

Within Your Clutter. The majority of the time, spiders are just looking for a good hiding spot. ...

In Dark Spaces. ...

In Your Outdoor Areas.

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how old do they get

16yrs


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Why do cats sleep so much

Why do cats sleep so much? Cats have evolved to sleep for long periods throughout the day. Wild cats need to sleep in order to conserve their energy to hunt, chase and kill their next meal. Although our house cats may not need to hunt, the instinct to sleep and prepare for the hunt carries on.

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What's the most common fish in the ocean

Cyclothone Bristlemouth

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Why don't snakes have legs

About 150 million years ago, snakes roamed about on well-developed legs. Now researchers say a trio of mutations in a genetic switch are why those legs eventually disappeared. Taken together, the mutations in the enhancer of a gene known as “Sonic hedgehog” disrupt a genetic circuit that drives limb growth in snakes.

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What body parts do all spiders have

All spiders have 8 legs, 2 body parts (cephalothorax and abdomen), fang-like "chelicerae," and antenna-like "pedipalps." Click on the terms below to learn more about each body part. The cephalothorax is the first of 2 body parts on a spider.

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what poodle is the smartest

 black and white

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Why do cats have whiskers

Whiskers are specifically tuned sensory equipment that guide a cat through daily functions. These specialized hairs aid vision and help a kitty navigate his environment, providing additional sensory input, much like antennae on insects. "Although whiskers are called “tactile hairs”, they don't actually feel anything."

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What are the oldest fish in the world

Greenland shark

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 How do snakes shed their skin

Snakes start the process of shedding their old skin by rubbing against a rock, tree or similar hard surface, Ask Dr. Universe reports. They typically rub a spot by their snout, so they can then slip out of their old skin by wriggling against rocks, plants and similar surfaces.

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How many eyes do spiders have

eight eyes

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