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  • Adopt a Horseshoe Crab - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    crab is not actually a true crab but a member of an ancient group of arthropods closely related to spiders and scorpions They have several pairs of eyes The two large eyes on the head are sensitive to polarized light and can magnify sunlight 10 times There is also a pair of simple eyes on the forward side of the head that can sense ultraviolet light from the moon and additional multiple eye spots under the head and underside of the tail Survival of the horseshoe crab is threatened by human and beach development which can adversely affect their spawning activities Adopt a horseshoe crab today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Horseshoe-Crab/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Humpback Whale - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    travel great distances underwater and can continue for hours Scientists believe that these whales most likely sing to communicate with others and to attract potential mates They can be found near coastlines and migrate annually from summer feeding grounds near the poles to warmer breeding waters close to the Equator Mothers swim close to their young often touching them with their flippers in what appears to be a gesture of affection Adopt a humpback whale today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain Lion Adopt a Northern Cardinal Adopt an Octopus Adopt an Orangutan Adopt an Orca Adopt a Peregrine Falcon Adopt

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Humpback-Whale/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Kangaroo - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    pouch after birth where it will nurse and continue to grow A kangaroo s diet consists mainly of grasses and they can survive long periods of time without water Kangaroo s legs do not move independently of one another so rather than walk they must hop on their hind legs to get where they are going They can reach speeds of over 35 miles an hour and their gait allows them to cover 25 feet in a single leap and jump up to 6 feet high Humans are the main threat to kangaroos which are killed each year for their skins and meat Adopt a kangaroo today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Kangaroo/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Koala - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    for gripping They are active mostly at night and spend most of their day napping in the forks or nooks of trees Koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves which are poisonous to most animals but koalas have special bacteria in their digestive tract that break down the toxic compounds There are more than 600 different kinds of eucalyptus trees Koalas can tell which eucalyptus species are more toxic than others and only eat the less toxic leaves Koalas were widely hunted during the 1920 s and 1930 s and their populations decreased Helped by reintroduction koalas have reappeared over much of their former range but their populations are smaller The biggest threat to koalas is habitat loss as Australia s woodlands continue to shrink Adopt a koala today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Koala/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Lemur - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    cousins ring tailed lemurs use their tails for balance but can t grasp with them Instead they use their hands and feet to move through the trees They also spend time on the ground looking for fruit which is a mainstay in their diet Lemurs have scent glands that give them a unique odor that they use as a communication tool and weapon They mark their territory with their scent with male lemurs battling for dominance during mating season by trying to out stink each other Both male and female ring tailed lemurs live together in groups known as troops but a dominant female presides over all Adopt a lemur today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Lemur/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Leopard Shark - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    Pacific coast of North America and are a common sight in bays and estuaries swimming in shallow muddy or sandy flats near reef sites and kelp beds They pose almost no danger to humans and are considered to be shy Leopard sharks are usually solitary animals but may congregate in large numbers if food is abundant They have a good sense of smell and highly developed sensory organs that can detect vibrations in the water and the weak electrical signals from their prey Adopt a leopard shark today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain Lion Adopt a Northern Cardinal Adopt an

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Leopard-Shark/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Lion - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    Prides may include up to three males a dozen related females and their young The male lion is fiercely protective and defends the pride s territory while the female lion is the pride s primary hunter They often work together to stalk and ambush their prey with a preference for antelopes zebras wildebeest Lions can be found in the south Sahara desert and in parts of southern and eastern Africa They are facing threats due to population growth and agricultural expansion which is resulting in their loss of habitat Adopt a lion today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain Lion Adopt

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Lion/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Llama - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    can be found in several South American nations and live in groups or herds of about 20 and are defended by the male Both males and females can exhibit aggressive behavior in the form of spitting which they use to enforce social rank within the herd Males will challenge each other continuously and fight for social dominance Llamas feed on low shrubs lichens and other plants that grow high in the mountains The moisture that they get from eating green plants enables them to live without water for weeks at a time Adopt a llama today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Llama/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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