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Woolly Mammoths lived in Asia, Europe, Siberia, and Alaska.
The Glyptodon was an armadillo-like mammal that was covered in armor.
The first fossil of the Giant Bison was found in 1803 at Big Bone Lick in Kentucky.
The Flood of Noah’s day covered the whole earth and created the perfect environment for an Ice Age.
Quick, can you tell the difference between an African and an Asian elephant?
Become familiar with words from this book that you do not understand.
The great variety of sea life clearly shows the creative genius of God.
Learn about the anatomy of a fish.
There are 250 species of snappers, with the largest number of them living in the warm Australian seas.
Walrus appear to be timid and quite clumsy, but looks can be deceiving.
The triggerfish live mainly in the tropical coastal waters. Its name is derived from its unusual dorsal locking spine on its back.
The sturgeon is a large bluish-black fish that is very famous for providing caviar.
There are over 2,000 species of starfish found in all the seas. Most of these are found in shallow water, but a few do live in the deep seas.
There are 350 species of squid ranging in size from 1 inch (2.5 cm) to 60 feet (18 m) and over.
There are seven species of sea turtle, the largest and rarest being the leatherback.
There are 50 species of sea snakes.
The sea otter is found along the coast of California, western Alaska, and also near islands north of Japan.
There are 35 species of the strange-looking sea horse.
There are six species of salmon that live in the North Pacific and one that lives in the North Atlantic.
The body of the porcupine fish is like an ordinary fish until it is alarmed.
These beautifully colored fish live around the tropical reefs of the world.
One of the most interesting creatures God created is the octopus.
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