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Madagascar

publisher Daldy, Isbister & Co '''Poeciliidae''' is a family of fresh-water fish which are live-bearing aquarium fish (they give birth to live young). They belong to the order Cyprinodontiformes, tooth-carps, and include well-known aquarium fish such as the guppy, molly (Poecilia), platy (Xiphophorus), and swordtail. The original distribution of the family was the southeastern United States to north of Rio de la Plata, Argentina, and central


Ecuador

, they are unable to break off their tails (autotomy) when captured, probably because the tail is essential as a counterbalance during rapid movement. Despite the small size of the group, it includes both egg-laying species and some that give birth to live young. ref>


Argentina

in 1974 with 40 hosts, under the guidance of Jeanne-Marie Cash in France. Both are still hosts in the Pasporta Servo. '''Poeciliidae''' is a family of fresh-water fish which are live-bearing aquarium fish (they give birth to live young). They belong to the order Cyprinodontiformes, tooth-carps, and include well-known aquarium fish such as the guppy, molly (Poecilia), platy (Xiphophorus), and swordtail. The original distribution of the family was the southeastern

crayfish. A pair of rival male King cobra (King Cobra)s are seen battling and infant cobras are shown hatching: their venom is immediately as fatal as that of their parents. In Argentina, a yellow anaconda evades nearby caiman (Alligatoridae)s to give birth to live young. Finally a turtle-headed sea snake feeds not on fish, but on their eggs laid on a coral reef. ''Under the Skin'' discusses the filming of timber rattlesnakes during inclement weather. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


Australia

used her in the Australian wheat trade (Grain race). '''''Peripatus''''' is a genus of Onychophora (velvet worms). It is an invertebrate which gives birth to live young rather than laying eggs. It is said to be a living fossil because it has been unchanged for approximately . ''Peripatus'' are native to scattered places around the world including Australia, Africa, Asia, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Brazil http

of the QR (Queensland Rail) Citytrain network. The '''Platypus''' is a small, semi-aquatic mammal endemic to the eastern part of Australia, and one of the four monotremes (mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young). The Platypus looks rather like a beaver: the body and broad, flat tail are covered with brown fur, but it has webbed feet and a large, rubbery snout that led to its being known for a time as the "Duckbilled Platypus"

. The color "rajah" was formulated in 2001. The '''platypus''' (''Ornithorhynchus anatinus'') is a small, semi-aquatic mammal endemic (endemic (ecology)) to the eastern part of Australia, and one of the four extant monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs (egg (biology)) instead of giving birth to live young (the other three are echidnas (Echidna (mammal))). It is the sole representative of its family (family (biology)) (''Ornithorhynchidae


India

as "Arni" (India) by Russell (1796:3). Reproduction The population in India is ovoviviparous. In northern India, mating takes place in the winter with live young being born from April through August. Occasionally, births have also been recorded in other months. A litter usually consists of 3 to 15 young that are 115-152 mm in length. Mallow ''et al.'' (2003) mention a maximum litter size

, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Jordan, Syria, the United Arab Emirates, northwestern India, Australia, and Cyprus. '''Chalcides pentadactylus''', or '''Five-Fingered Skink''', is a species of skink found in the Western Ghats of India. Females of the species are viviparous (viviparity), meaning that they give birth to live young. Distribution India: Nicobar Islands, Philippine I, Natuna I, Singapore, Myanmar ( Burma) (Tenasserim), Thailand


Mexico

rapid movement. Despite the small size of the group, it includes both egg-laying species and some that give birth to live young. '''''Basiliscus''''' is a genus of large corytophanid (Corytophanidae) lizards, commonly known as '''basilisks


New Zealand

, UK principle: no Parliament is bound by the acts of its predecessors New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands, among other nations. '''''Peripatus''''' is a genus of Onychophora (velvet worms). It is an invertebrate which gives birth to live young rather than laying eggs. It is said to be a living fossil because it has been unchanged


United States

, the Badge of Military Merit, which took the form of a heart made of purple cloth, the Purple Heart is the oldest award that is still given to members of the U.S. military, the only earlier award being the obsolete Fidelity Medallion. '''Poeciliidae''' is a family of fresh-water fish which are live-bearing aquarium fish (they give birth to live young). They belong to the order Cyprinodontiformes, tooth-carps, and include well-known aquarium fish such as the guppy


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