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Macedonian shepard
Macropods orester kangaroo, Bennetts wallaby, Tasmanian pademelon, Tasmanian bettong, potoroo
Mamba: green mamba
Mammoet mammoeten zijn al duizenden jaren geleden uitgestorven, maar nog steeds worden er bevroren mammoetkarkassen ontdekt in Siberië, in Dutch
Mammoth: woolly mammoth often considered to be symbolic of the last ice age
Mammoth saga virtual exhibition of mammoths and other animals, and plants of the ice ages
Mammoth site woolly mammoth, Columbian mammoth, ice age mammoth, fossils, paleontology, extinct animals, excavation
Mammoths
Mammoths of Tolo Lake mammoth fossils at Tolo Lake near Grangeville, Idaho
Manatees “Sea cow” is a common term used for both manatees and dugongs, and the name likely comes from the fact that manatees are herbivores and spend most of the day grazing like cows that spend most of their day grazing on grass and hay, ...
Manatees manatees, along with their cousin the dugong, are also known as sea cows, and this name is apt. Like cows, manatees spend most of their time eating and resting, inhabiting shallow, slow-moving rivers, estuaries, bays, and canals rather than grassy pastures
Manatees: an educator's guide pdf file
Manatees: an educator's guide provides current information on the West Indian manatee as well as strategies for teaching about this endangered animal. Information about its physiology, behavior, habitat, related species, causes of mortality, and efforts at conservation is included
Manatee
Manatee
Manatee Brain
Manatee: Florida manatee pdf file
Manatee: trichechus manatus (West Indian manatee)
Martes pine martens are found in the Scottish Highlands and Grampian, Pine marten
Mastodons
Mastodon skeleton
Mastodons, mammoths, and other Pleistocene giants
Medakafish
Medusae anthomedusae, leptomedusae, trachymedusae, narcomedusae, siphonophores, molluscs
Meerkat
Mice house mouse, Mus musculus, pdf file
Mice White-footed & Deer, Fifteen species of native mice of the genus Peromyscus may be found in the United States. The two most common and widely distributed species are the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) and the white-footed mouse (P. leucopus), pdf file
Mites plant-feeding mites, bee mites
Mink about the size of a house cat and semiaquatic in habit
Moas 1,000 years ago, giant flightless birds called moas inhabited the islands of New Zealand
Moles Townsend’s moles, pdf file
Moles moles, the eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus), pdf file
Moles and their habitat
Moles scalopus aquaticus
Mollen in Dutch
Molluscs molluscs (Mollusca): snails (Gastropoda) and mussels (Bivalvia), anatomy of molluscs (Mollusca)
Molluscan shells These pages constitute an attempt to fill a void in popular materials covering worldwide molluscan shells
Mollusc picture gallery
Monarch
Monotremes: egg laying mammals
Mosquitoes
Moths illustrated catalogue of the larger moths (macrolepidoptera) of the Grenadines
Mouflon
Mouflon the mouflon is thought to be one of the two ancestors for all modern sheep breeds
Mountain goat the mountain goat's range is restricted to the steep and broken mountain ranges of northwestern North America and extends naturally from Idaho and Washington to Southcentral Alaska
Mountain Quails Searching for Mountain Quails, Ophrysia superciliosa
Moose the moose (Alces alces) is the world's largest member of the deer family
Moose moose are found all over the Northern hemisphere, their range essentially coincides with that of the coniferous forests of northern Asia, Europe, and North America
Moose Moose are typical of boreal and mixed deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate to subarctic climates, ...
Moose web page facs, pics, art, fun
Moray eel in Hawai
Mosquito biology Information on General Mosquito Biology, Mosquito Life Cycle, Mosquito Habitats, Mosquito Behavior, Mosquito Anatomy, Larva (Culicine), Mosquito Adult Structures
Mussels of the Midwest found on every continent except Antarctica, freshwater mussels are most diverse in eastern North America, where they number nearly 300 species
Mosquitos how to live with mosquitos
Musk ox muskox, the animal with skin like a beard
Muskox the muskox Ovibos moschatus lives on Canada’s arctic tundra. Superficially the muskox resembles the bison: humped shoulders and a long black coat accentuate the shortness of its legs. In fact, it is more closely related to sheep and goats
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