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Top 20 Woodland Animals across the Northern Hemisphere

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Rated 21 points - posted 6 years ago by woven_words in category Science.
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Wolf Report Abuse
Proud, awesome, and beloved, wolves are very epic animals and get a lot of love too. A canine animal that has many relatives around the world, the wolf was the first domesticated animal and has been man's best friend ever since!
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I love them!!
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Wolves are amazing!
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Fox Report Abuse
This smaller dog-like animal with its beautiful red coat, black feet and white-tipped bushy tail is to some a nuisance, and others a wonder.
128 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 3 comments
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They're so cayhoot.
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They're well cute
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Owl Report Abuse
126 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 2 comments
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They deliver mail!
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I think it should be second in the list?
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Deer Report Abuse
Although perhaps not as common as squirrels and rabbits, thanks to the gentle look of does, majestic stags and Disney's 'Bambi', deer among the best-loved woodland animals.
118 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 2 comments
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the cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutest
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Awwwww....
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Moose Report Abuse
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Badger Report Abuse
108 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 3 comments
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Really ?????
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they have a lovely streak of white on their nose don't they I love animals especially woodland animals
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what lovely animals!!!!!!
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Racoon Report Abuse
A fluffy rodentlike animal that is perhaps best known for its trademark black and grey ringed tail and bandit like mask marking around its eyes.
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Skunk Report Abuse
106 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 1 comment
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Ewwwwwww!!!!!! SMELLY :(
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Squirrel Report Abuse
Squirrels are absolutely everywhere. What more need be said?
97 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 2 comments
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And red squirrel
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Yeah true ,...
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Grouse Report Abuse
97 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 3 comments
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A grouse is a bird, sort of looks like a quail-pheasant
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What is a grouse????
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god how many animals
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Bear Report Abuse
93 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 2 comments
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Cute BEARS (:
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They're very defensive and territorial. And it's just no good being nice to them, since they'll follow you around. But they're fuzzy, and that's for true.
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Hedgehog Report Abuse
A small spiny animal found in Europe within the northern hemisphere, the hedgehog is a popular woodland animal, appearing often in children's toys and as decorations on children's clothes.
90 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 2 comments
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reminds me of those cute kids from over the hedge.....or were those porcupines?
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cool
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Beaver Report Abuse
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Beavers are absolutely adorable :3 Plus, their tails are unique. Yay!
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Rabbit Report Abuse
A common woodland creature right across the northern lands, rabbits and hares are easily recognizable.
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Woodpecker Report Abuse
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Hare Report Abuse
a common wild rabbit.
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Bluebird Report Abuse
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Dove Report Abuse
38 points - added 6 years ago by woven_words - 1 comment
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doves are so elegant and beautiful
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Butterfly Report Abuse
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Mole Report Abuse
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Mouse Report Abuse
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Weasel Report Abuse
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unicorn Report Abuse
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wow i never knew that can you count to potato?
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unicorns are well pretty
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Robin Report Abuse
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Rat Report Abuse
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Wild boar Report Abuse
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Nuthatch Report Abuse
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what??
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Snake Report Abuse
Easily recognized by its lack of limbs and slithering, they are somewhat common and found practically everywhere.
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Elephant Report Abuse
eats bark off of trees
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Elephants do live in the woods of india... and that's totally northern hemisphere
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Yeah, elephants come from Africa. I have not seen an elephant roaming around. ( not saying that everything I donts see is a lie)
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Actually there are elephants in woods. Google Knysna elephants. Southern hemisphere, though.
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Elephant are Afrian savanna creatures. NOT woodland creatures.
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how are elephants live in woodlands?
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elephants are also very smart
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