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Forest Animals II

Animales del bosque II

Animales del bosque II
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n. raccoon

Translation: mapache

Definition of raccoon in English

Carnivorous mammal of small size with gray fur, a thick tail with black rings, and black marks around its eyes, native to North America.

Definition of raccoon in Spanish

Mamífero carnívoro de pequeño tamaño, pelaje gris, cola muy poblada con anillos negros, y manchas negras alrededor de los ojos, natural de Norteamérica.

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n. skunk

Translation: mofeta

Definition of skunk in English

Carnivorous mammal of small size that has black fur with white stripes and releases an unpleasant odor when threatened, native to the Americas and Asia.

Definition of skunk in Spanish

Mamífero carnívoro de pequeño tamaño y pelaje negro con rayas blancas, que despide un olor desagradable cuando se siente amenazado, natural de América y Asia.

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n. hedgehog

Translation: erizo

Definition of hedgehog in English

Insectivorous mammal of small size with a spiny coat that enables it to defend itself by adopting a spherical shape.

Definition of hedgehog in Spanish

Mamífero insectívoro de pequeño tamaño y lomo cubierto de púas que le permite defenderse al adoptar una forma esférica.

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n. squirrel

Translation: ardilla

Definition of squirrel in English

Omnivorous rodent, between 6 and 30 cm in length, that has a thick, furry tail and is known for its reddish-brown, arboreal species.

Definition of squirrel in Spanish

Roedor omnívoro de entre 6 y 30 cm de longitud, con cola de pelaje espeso, conocido por sus especies arborícolas de color pardo rojizo.

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n. beaver

Translation: castor

Definition of beaver in English

Semiaquatic rodent, herbivorous and between 70 and 80 cm in length, that has sharp, prominent incisors, thick fur, and a flat, scaly tail, known for building river dams.

Definition of beaver in Spanish

Roedor semiacuático herbívoro de entre 70 y 80 cm de longitud, prominentes incisivos afilados, pelaje tupido y escamosa cola plana, conocido por construir diques en los ríos.

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n. mole

Translation: topo

Definition of mole in English

Subterranean mammal, insectivorous and small in size, that has poor vision, and large, strong claws that it uses to burrow.

Definition of mole in Spanish

Mamífero insectívoro subterráneo de pequeño tamaño, visión escasa y garras delanteras muy desarrolladas que utiliza para excavar y construir túneles.

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n. opossum

Translation: zarigüeya

Definition of opossum in English

Omnivorous marsupial of small size that has an elongated snout, a prehensile tail, white fur on its face, grey fur on its torso, and black feet and ears, endemic to the Americas.

Definition of opossum in Spanish

Marsupial omnívoro de pequeño tamaño, hocico estrecho y alargado, cola prensil y pelaje de color gris en el cuerpo, blanco en la cara y negro en las orejas y patas, natural de América.

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n. genet

Translation: gineta

Definition of genet in English

Carnivorous mammal of small size that has tawny fur with black spots, a throat and belly of lighter colour, and a long tail marked with black rings.

Definition of genet in Spanish

Mamífero carnívoro de pequeño tamaño y pelaje pardo con manchas negras, blanco en la parte inferior del cuello y con anillos blancos y negros en la cola.

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n. wolverine

Translation: glotón

Definition of wolverine in English

Omnivorous mammal of medium size with strong claws, dense brown fur, and a feirce demeanor, which inhabites cold climates.

Definition of wolverine in Spanish

Mamífero omnívoro de tamaño medio, garras fuertes, pelaje largo, espeso y pardo, y carácter feroz, que habita en climas fríos.