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Opossum Facts. The opossum is a successful scavenger, thanks to its adaptability and excellent immune system. Of the 100+ opossum species in the world, the most common and recognizable in the United States is the Virginia opossum..Part of the Uniclectica Antiques and Collectibles Online Series "Caring For Your Antiques and Collectibles" What Is Ivory? Ivory is the teeth of animals..On the left side of this trail, non-native privet has been removed. On the right it has not. Like several other invasive plants, non-native privet produces leaves early in the spring, reducing light available for other plants that form leaves later in the season..A shark tooth is one of the numerous teeth of a shark.A shark tooth contains resistant calcium phospmaterials. Sharks continually shed their teeth; some Carcharhiniformes shed approximately 35,000 teeth in a lifetime, replacing those that fall out. There are four basic types of shark teeth: dense flattened, needle-like, pointed lower with triangular upper, and non-functional..

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    Opossum Facts. The opossum is a successful scavenger, thanks to its adaptability and excellent immune system. Of the 100+ opossum species in the world, the most common and recognizable in the United States is the Virginia opossum..

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    Part of the Uniclectica Antiques and Collectibles Online Series "Caring For Your Antiques and Collectibles" What Is Ivory? Ivory is the teeth of animals..

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    On the left side of this trail, non-native privet has been removed. On the right it has not. Like several other invasive plants, non-native privet produces leaves early in the spring, reducing light available for other plants that form leaves later in the season..

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    A shark tooth is one of the numerous teeth of a shark.A shark tooth contains resistant calcium phospmaterials. Sharks continually shed their teeth; some Carcharhiniformes shed approximately 35,000 teeth in a lifetime, replacing those that fall out. There are four basic types of shark teeth: dense flattened, needle-like, pointed lower with triangular upper, and non-functional..

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