Like cats, foxes have whiskers on their faces—and legs—that help them feel their way in the dark. The pupils in their eyes are not round like a wolf’s, but are instead vertical slits, just like a cat, which helps them with their night vision. And foxes can even retract their claws like a cat!

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    Bats

    Bats

    Bats don’t slip from their sleeping roosts because they can lock their talons onto the branches where they sleep. The

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    Ducks

    Unlike most ducks, wood ducks nest in tree cavities—for instance, you might find one in an old woodpecker hole! The

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    Pandas

    A wild female panda may have five to eight offspring in her lifetime, but she will only give birth once every other year.