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We have to know more about Animals

More than 1 trillion species are there on the planet. Not all of those species are identified till now. That means millions of species remain in a complete mystery. In this blog, you will find information about some of those species. We should know more about them.

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    Wallaroo(Macropus robustus) informations, facts -

    Wallaroo(Macropus robustus) Wallaroo(Macropus robustus)  is a large-sized, macropod mammal native in Australia. There are three living species in the world.  Wallaroo is closely related to wallabies and kangaroos.  Normally a large, slim-bodied macropod is called a "Kangaroo"; a small or medium-sized thick-set macropod is called a "Wallaby". Most wallaroos are only a little smaller than a kangaroo and a little bigger than a wallaby. Information Name Wallaroo's scientific name is Macropus robustus. Wallaroo is also known as Euro, Rocky Kangaroo(reason, they love to live rocky areas). The word "Wallaroo" is from the Dharug walaru. The name "Wallaroo" is a combination of wallaby and kangaroo. Common Name:  Wallaroo Scientific Name:  Macropus robustus Other Name:  Euro, Rocky Kangaroo Scientific Classification Wallaroo belongs to the Animalia kingdom, a large-sized mammal. Wallaroo is the family member of Marcropos. There are three living species

    Agassiz's desert tortoise information, facts - clssicanimal

    Agassiz's desert tortoise is a large-sized tortoise species native to Mojave, Sonoran desert, Mexico. It is a member of the family Testudinidae. They are mostly built to survive in desert environments. They are one of the most elusive inhabitants of the desert environment. They can able to hide thier head and legs inside in the shell when they feel danger. For the image  click here INFORMATION NAME & SCIENTIFIC NAME Their scientific name is  Gopherus agassizii . They are also known as  Mojave desert tortoise , Desert tortoise . Common Name:  Agassiz's desert tortoise Scientific Name:  Gopherus agassizii Other Name:  Mojave desert tortoise , Desert tortoise SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Agassiz's desert tortoises belong to the family Testudinidae and the genus of Gopherus.  It is a species of the tortoise . There are 2 species in the world. Their conservation status is 'Vulnerable' due to hunting, habitat loss. These species are listed on the red list on ICUN. Ki