Loris Facts And Information For Kids

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Have you ever seen something that could be half monkey, half clown? That’s what someone thought the Loris looks like! The name Loris means ‘clown’ in Dutch. Maybe this is because these cute little primates have big, round eyes and look like they’ve had their faces painted. But a Loris isn’t really a clown, so let’s read some loris facts to find out what they actually are …

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Seahorse Facts for Kids

Seahorse Facts

Seahorses are marine fish in the genus hippocampus (a ‘genus’ is a category of animals that uses a Latin name) . In Ancient Greek “hippos” means horse, and “kampos” means sea monster.

Seahorse is a general term that is used for fifty four species of marine fishes. Read on for more seahorse information, including a list of awesome seahorse facts for kids…

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Facts About Penguins For Kids

Facts About Penguins For Kids

Penguins don’t look much like other birds: they stand up straight like humans and can’t fly. They may look clumsy on land but they are extremely good swimmers.

Did you know that penguins have more feathers than any other kind of bird? For more penguin information, including 10 interesting facts about penguins for kids, read on…

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Facts About Dolphins For Kids

Facts About Dolphins For Kids

A dolphin is an aquatic mammal. Dolphins are extremely intelligent and sociable animals, and have their own way to communicate with each other using special sounds.

Dolphins have a playful and friendly nature, which makes them very popular with humans. Read on for more facts about dolphins for kids (and adults) …

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