The American Fantail (Columba livia) and the Indian Fantail (Columba livia) are both ornamental (or fancy) pigeons.
The American Fantail and the Indian Fantail both have fan-shaped tails with 30-40 feathers, compared to other pigeons that have 12-14 feathered tails.
The American Fantail and the Indian Fantail both have a pink beak and pink legs.
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The Ankole-Watusi (hybrid of Bos primigenius taurus and Bos primigenius indicus) is a medium-sized breed of domestic cattle from the Ankole group of Sanga cattle of central Africa. It originated from the Egyptian Longhorn Cattle and the Indian Zebu Longhorn Cattle. It is also known as the African Longhorn.
The Ankole-Watusi Cattle have very large horns, of about 92 centimetres (37 inches) long. The circumference of the horns is the largest in the world, at about 100 centimetres (39 inches). The horns are part of adaptation to a hot climate by allowing dispersal of excess body heat.
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The Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is a carnivorous mammal and the largest of the cat family.
The Bengal Tiger can grow to 1.5-1.8 metres (5-6 feet) tall with a tail of half a metre to one metre (2-3 feet) long.
Bengal Tigers live in the Bengal area of Bangladesh and eastern India.
They are an endangered species because the number of Bengal Tigers is decreasing. In 2014 the estimated population of Bengal tigers was about 3,000 with 2,226 in India, 440 in Bangladesh, 163-243 in Nepal, and 103 in Bhutan.
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