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  • Ara Macaw Eco Friendly Banana Paper Notebook (8.5 x 11)

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    ARA MACAW -They have incredible colors such as solid green, blue or amazingly bright red. Macaw's are great climbers because of their four strong toes, two in the front and two in the back. Completely arboreal, they feed on seeds and fruits. Usually their voices are harsh but they can manage to make some incredible articulations, making them one of the most interesting natural singers of the tropical forest.

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  • Blue Morpha Butterfly Eco-Friendly Banana Paper Notebook (8.5 x 11)

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    MORPH BUTTERFLY - This beautiful butterfly belongs to the Nymphalidae family, and its prime characteristic are its metallic-blue wings. The white spots in the females wings differentiates them from males. They feed from fallen fruit and inhabit riversides or creeks and trails inside the forest.

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  • Bottlenose Dolphin Eco Friendly Banana Paper Notebook (8.5 x 11)

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    BOTTLENOSE DOLPIN - This friendly, intelligent mammal has a sleek, streamlined, fusiform body and can be found in temperate and tropical waters all over the world. They live in groups called pods, and identify themselves with a signature whistle. A well-developed sense of hearing allows them to find food by echolocation, this is, emitting sounds and interpreting the echos. Its coloration, grey on the back and white on the belly, works as a camouflage, blending with the dark depths when seen from above and with the bright surface when seen from below.

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  • Elephant Tree-Free Paper Journal / Notebook

    Elephant - The elephant is distinguished by its massive body, large ears and a long trunk, which has many uses ranging from using it as a hand to pick up objects, as a horn to trumpet warnings, an arm raised in greeting to a hose for drinking water or bathing.

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  • Giraffe Tree-Free Paper Journal / Notebook

    Giraffe - Giraffes are the tallest land animals. A giraffe could look into a second-story window without even having to stand on its tiptoes! A giraffe's 6-foot (1.8-meter) neck weighs about 600 pounds (272 kilograms). The legs of a giraffe are also 6 feet (1.8 meters) long. The back legs look shorter than the front legs, but they are about the same length. A giraffe's heart is 2 feet (0.6 meters) long and weighs about 25 pounds (11 kilograms), and its lungs can hold 12 gallons (55 liters) of air! Its closest relative is the okapi. Giraffes have a small hump on their back and have a spotted pattern similar to that of a leopard. For a long time people called the giraffe a “camel-leopard,” because they believed that it was a combination of a camel and a leopard. That's where the giraffe's species name camelopardalis comes from!

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  • Green Iguana Eco-Friendly Banana Paper Notebook (8.5 x 11)

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    GREEN IGUANA - Found in Tropical America and The Galapagos Islands, these iguanas are strictly vegetarians and their habitats can vary. Some live in trees while others are found near water or even in some arid habitats. Green Iguanas look like big emeralds with their bright green and black stripes on the tail. One of the most impressive qualities besides its color is the crest that runs from the neck to the tail in some cases with a bright purple or orange color.

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  • Hummingbird Tree-Free Paper Journal (10114)

    PURPLE-THROATED MOUNTAIN-GEM - This nectar-feeding mighty hummingbird gets its name from the iridescent purple color of the male's throat. Females have rich cinnamon bellies. Agile fliers, they can beat their wings very fast, producing a characteristic humming sound. They are able to hover and even fly backwards. Males are aggressive and dominant over other hummingbirds, and defend flowers in their feeding territories singing or chattering.

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  • Monarch Butterfly Eco Friendly Banana Paper Notebook (8.5 x 11)

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    MONARCH BUTTERFLY - The Most common species of the milkweed butterflies. Found in North America, painted in black and bright orange and yellow, they migrate all the way from the Rocky Mountains to some parts of Central and South America. When the Monarch feeds on the milkweed plant, they develop a poisonous substance on their bodies that makes them distasteful to birds and other predators!

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