Animals by zach

all you need to know is if you see 1 dont jump in its mouth but if i want a good grade i need a better definition so its a long-bodied chiefly marine fish with a cartilaginous skeleton, a prominent dorsal fin, and toothlike scales. Most sharks are predatory, although the largest kinds feed on plankton

some food that i just loveee but its also a small free-swimming crustacean with an elongated body, typically marine and frequently harvested for food

a cephalopod mollusk with eight sucker-bearing arms, a soft saclike body, strong beaklike jaws, and no internal shell

its got a pointy nose and likes to eat stuff bluefish, mackerel, hake to name a few

it really hurts when you touch it and its a bottom-dwelling marine ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body and a long poisonous serrated spine at the base of the tail

it also really hurts to touch and also its a free-swimming marine coelenterate with a jellylike bell- or saucer-shaped body that is typically transparent and has stinging tentacles around the edge

if you see it dont touch it you will die and its a stout-bodied marine or freshwater fish (family Tetraodontidae : several genera and many species) that typically has spiny skin and inflates itself like a balloon when threatened. It is sometimes used as food, but some parts are highly toxic

it digs stuff like dirts also its a small burrowing insectivorous mammal with dark velvety fur, a long muzzle, and very small eyes

it goes bark but its also a wild carnivorous mammal of the dog family, living and hunting in packs. It is native to both Eurasia and North America, but has been widely exterminated

it eats like grass and or plants also its a hoofed grazing or browsing animal, with branched bony antlers that are shed annually and typically borne only by the male


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