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Melinae - The European badger is one of the largest
Badgers are a polyphyletic rather than a natural taxonomic grouping, being united by their squat bodies and adaptions for fossorial activity.
Mellivora It is a genus of the carnivorous order Weaselidae
The honey badger was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for several years as "the world's most fearless animal."
Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus)
the Asiatic black bear, Himalayan Black Bear,moon bear and white-chested bear, It is a carnivorous animal of the family Ursidae.
The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a large bear native to the Arctic and nearby areas.
Polar bears are found throughout the ice-covered waters In areas where Arctic sea ice melts completely each summer, polar bears are forced to spend several months on land, where they feed primarily on stored fat until the sea freezes.
Helarctos Malayanus
is a species in the family Ursidae (the only species in the genus Helarctos) occurring in the tropical forests of Southeast Asia.
Tremarctos - It is a bear species endemic to South America and the only bear species in South America.
The genus Spectacled Bear is a genus under the family Ursidae, a bear species endemic to South America and the only bear species in South America.
How important is vitamin D to fertility?
Vitamin D is also an indispensable nutrient for the male and female reproductive systems, as well as for women's pregnancy preparation and pregnancy.
Procyon pygmaeus - According to the IUCN Red List, this species is considered critically endangered.
Procyon pygmaeus is a critically endangered species of island raccoon endemic on Cozumel Island off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
Potos Flavus - is a mammal of the genus Potos in the family Procyonidae.
Native to Mexico, Central and South America, this mostly frugivorous mammal is not an endangered species, though it is seldom seen by people because of its strict nocturnal habits.
Procyon lotor - Names for the species include the common raccoon, North American raccoon, and northern raccoon.
Raccoons are mainly found in Europe and North America, and are now found all over the world. Raccoons like to live in woods near rivers, lakes, or ponds. They are carnivores, but tend to be omnivores. Their diet in spring and early summer is mainly insect
Hyaenidae - prairie scavenger
The hyena family, together with the cat family and the civet family, is a cat-shaped carnivore, and its image looks like a dog, hence the name hyena.
Canis Latrans Cagottis
Since coyotes are not very afraid of humans, they are often seen in the suburbs of towns. Mainly seen at night.
Vulpes Vulpes Macroura
This subspecies is similar in size to the North American red fox subspecies, but has a longer tail, broad hind limbs, and is a member with large black hairs on its fur.
Vulpes Vulpes Abietorum
A rare visitor to the main river valleys along the mainland in southeastern Alaska. A small number of foxes are likely to live year-round further north, particularly in the Haines area, where they were once considered "fairly common."
Alopex Lagopus Beringensis
It is one of the subspecies of Vulpes lagopus, with a body length of 50-60 cm, a tail length of 20-25 cm, and a weight of 2.5-4 kg. The face is narrow, the mouth is pointed, the ears are round, the tail hair is fluffy, and the tip is white. In winter, the
Urocyon Cinereoargenteus Costaricensis
The subspecies was first described from Savanilla de Pirris, a city on the Pacific coast, near Rio Grande de Pirris, department of San José, Costa Rica; at an altitude of about 500 feet in 1931.
Insectivora
Insectivore, the common name applied to any of 450 or so species of mammals—comprising hedgehogs, golden moles, “true” moles, “true” shrews, the moonrat, gymnures, solenodons, and tenrecs—that subsist primarily on insects, other arthropods, an
Lycalopex fulvipes
Darwin's fox was first collected from San Pedro Island off the coast of Chile by the naturalist Charles Darwin in 1834.
Lycalopex culpaeus
The culpeo's diet consists largely of rodents, rabbits, birds and lizards, and to a lesser extent, plant material and carrion. They may prey on Andean flamingos and baby vicuña. The culpeo occasionally attacks sheep and is, therefore, often hunted or poi
Nyctereutes procyonoides
The raccoon dog is an animal endemic to East Asia. It is native to Russia and Asia's North Korea, Japan, China, Mongolia and other countries.
Vulpes vulpes
The red fox originated from smaller-sized ancestors from Eurasia during the Middle Villafranchian period, and colonised North America shortly after the Wisconsin glaciation. Among the true foxes, the red fox represents a more progressive form in the direc
Vulpes Bengalensis
They are generally docile, show little fear of humans, and are easily tamed. Island foxes played an important role in the spiritual lives of native Channel Islanders. They have been likely semi-domesticated as pets, used as pelts, or for other functions,
Gray Fox
Gray Fox is widely distributed and is a common animal. Legal hunting is the main cause of mortality, and although hunting itself does not pose a threat, it may have an impact on the population if there is a concurrent disease outbreak.
Epicyon
Epicyon ("more than a dog") is a large, extinct, canid genus of the subfamily Borophaginae ("bone-crushing dogs"), native to North America. Epicyon existed for about 15 million years from the Hemingfordian age of the Early Miocene, to the Hemphillian of t
Protepicyon
Protepicyon was one of the top predators of its ecosystem and was an ancestor of Epicyon living 16-13.6 million years ago.
Aelurodon
Aelurodon are a part of a clade of canids loosely known as "bone-crushing" or "hyena-like" dogs, that apparently descended from the earlier genera Protomarctus and Tomarctus.
Tomarctus
Tomarctus is a canid genus of the extinct subfamily Borophaginae which inhabited most of North America during the late Early Miocene to the Early Barstovian age of the Middle Miocene (23—16 million years ago).
Lycalopex
The zorros are hunted in Argentina for their durable, soft pelts. They are also often labelled 'lamb-killers'.
Vulpini
Vulpini is a taxonomic rank which represents the fox-like tribe of the subfamily Caninae (the canines), and is sister to the dog-like tribe Canini.
Urocyon
Urocyon is a genus of Canidae which includes the gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) and the island fox (Urocyon littoralis). These two fox species are found in the Western Hemisphere.
Borophaginae
It is an extinct type of dog, endemic to North America, which lived from the Oligocene to the Pliocene epoch 40 to 2.5 million years ago.
Stypandra glauca
It has a somewhat shrubby habit of growth with stem-clasping, lance-shaped leaves from 50 to 200 mm long arranged alternately on either side of the stems. The small, blue flowers occur on branched stems up from the ends of the branches. The flowers have c
Hemerocallis dumortieri
Hemerocallis dumortieri is distributed in China and Jilin; it is also distributed in North Korea, Russia, and Japan. Hemerocallis dumortieri is a light-loving plant, extremely cold-tolerant, relatively tolerant of drought and poor soil, and likes cool and
Hemerocallis citrina - Daylily is named after its golden buds. China has a long history of cultivating daylily.
Native to Asia and Europe. There are wild species in China's mountains. It has been cultivated in China since ancient times. The earliest record can be found in the "Book of Songs Wei Feng Bo Xi" written 2,500 years ago. It says, "How can I get the weed?
Corynotheca licrota
Corynotheca licrota, otherwise known as the antler zig-zag lily, club-fruit lily, or sand lily, is a perennial herbaceous member of the family Asphodelaceae and is found in arid inland areas of Australia.
Hemerocallis
Hemerocallis are herbaceous clump-forming perennials growing from rhizomes, some produce spreading stolons. They have a fibrous or fibrous-tuberous root system with contractile roots.
Caesia
The mostly 3-lobed seed capsules contain rounded black seeds. The genus was named in honour of Federico Cesi (1585-1630), an Italian scientist.
Agrostocrinum
The entire genus is endemic to the State of Western Australia.
Dianella intermedia
It was first described by Stephan Endlicher in 1833.It grows to 2 feet with pale violet flowers followed by turquoise berries.
Dianella
They are characterized by their long, strap-like leaves and delicate flowers, which are typically blue or purple in colour. Dianella species are commonly grown as ornamental plants in gardens and native landscapes, some have traditional medicinal uses as
Haworthia Cooperi Var. Picturata
This variety of Haworthia cooperi has much rounding or squatness to the pale yellowish-green leaves that are variable even in the same rosette.
Trachyandra ciliata
Trachyandra ciliata is a common, seasonal herb that is best known for its edible flower buds.
Aloe prostrata
species of Aloe indigenous to Antsiranana Province (Ankarana), Madagascar. Here it grows in shady forests overlying limestone.
Kniphofia acraea
1964 from a specimen found in Mountain Zebra Park overlooking Cradock in the Eastern Cape Province, but was not identified again until forty years later.
Haworthia cymbiformis
In the wild, the sun is very bright, and the plant grows mostly buried by sand with only these transparent tips above the ground.
Haworthia angustifolia
It grows on cliffs in the Witrivier Gorge of the Suurberg in the Eastern Cape. Best grown in containers.
Bulbinella angustifolia
It has dark green leaves, brown on the edges, and spikes packed with masses of starry, six-petalled, bright yellow flowers.
Bulbine frutescens
This is a popular, waterwise garden plant, especially when planted en masse as a ground cover, or in rock gardens. It is also cultivated for its medicinal properties.
Aloe aculeata - is an Aloe species that is native to the Limpopo valley and Mpumalanga in South Africa along with southern and central Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Aloe aculeata is a solitary rosette-forming succulent that can grow up to 70cm high in ideal conditions. In its natural habitat, it survives severe drought-like conditions.
Bulbinella - The native range of this genus is S. Africa, New Zealand.
Tufted, deciduous perennials, solitary or forming clumps. Rootstock a compact rhizome surrounded by membranous cataphylls (small scale leaves) and often persistent fibrous leaf bases; roots somewhat fleshy.
Bulbine - They love full sun, but they can also take light shade.
This is a clumping succulent and it continues with our theme of trying to promote plants that use less water but are still very beautiful in our landscape.
Cordyline stricta
A shrub to 5 metres tall found in wet sclerophyll forest and rainforest, usually on the coastal lowlands. From near Bilpin, New South Wales further north to Queensland. C. stricta has become naturalised in Victoria.
Cordyline indivisa - is a monocot tree endemic to New Zealand, where it is called mountain cabbage tree or bush flax. It is also known as the broad-leaved cabbage tree.
C. indivisa typically grows as a small, single-trunk understory tree with large, glossy, lance-shaped leaves. The stem typically has few, if any, branches. It is distinctive from other related Cordyline species due to its broad, blue-green leaves and its
Chlorophytum tuberosum
Safed musali is used as an aphrodisiac and galactogogue as well as for its nutritive, health promoting properties and immunoenhancing, hepatoprotective and antioxidants activities. The tubers are also used in fever, leucorrhoea and also as an aphrodisiac.
Chlorophytum Suffruticosum
This member of the Anthericaceae family was described by John Gilbert Baker in 1878. In 1936, Milne-Redhead mowed it to the Anthericum genera, but it wasn't supported. It is found in Kenya and Tanzania, growing in a well drained soil with some water and
Chlorophytum rigidum
The native range of this species is SW. Cape Prov. It is a perennial and grows primarily in the subtropical biome.
Chlorophytum comosum - can be propagated by cuttings, divisions, and sowing.
It is native to tropical and Southern Africa but has become naturalized in other parts of the world, including Western Australia and Bangladesh.
Liriope graminifolia - The root can be used as medicine and has ornamental value.
The drug consists of cylindrical fleshy tubers from 1 to 2 inches in length, and from 1/8 to 1/4 inch in diameter, tapering at either extremity, pale yellowish-gray in color, translucent, soft and flexible. A central ligneous cord runs longitudinally thro
Liriope zhejiangensis - It is a plant of the family Asparagaceae and the genus Lipophyllum. Rhizomes are fleshy, yellow, and smelly.
The native range of this species is China (Zhejiang). It is a perennial and grows primarily in the temperate biome.
Rohdea japonica - is a species of plant native to Japan, China and Korea
The native range of this species is China, S. Central & S. Japan to Nansei-shoto. It is a perennial or rhizomatous geophyte and grows primarily in the temperate biome.
Tupistra chinensis -  is a Rohdea Roth plant in the Asparagus family.
is distributed in Hubei, Hunan, Guizhou, Yunnan, and Sichuan in China. It grows in bushes at an altitude of 1100-3200 meters, in damp places under miscellaneous trees, beside streams or roadsides.
Tupistra fungilliformis -  is a species of flowering plant native to the highland forests of Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand
Also known as the Ghost Flower or Devil’s Tongue, this plant belongs to the Asparagaceae family, which includes popular houseplants such as the snake plant and spider plant. Tupistra Fungilliformis is a slow-growing, evergreen perennial that can grow up
Speirantha Gardenii -  is a genus of one known species of flowering plants found in south-east China
The foliage is glossy, pale green and elliptic or elliptic-oblanceolate in shape. Speirantha gardenii has stoloniferous rhizomes which slowly spread to form a small clump.

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