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They live in the Antartica They are excellent divers and swimmers.

Penguins CAN build nests by scooping out areas in the ground. Love fish by nature but they also CAN eat squid

Elephants use their trunks for many different things, like drinking, smelling, grabbing, and even hugging. This amazing useful appendage is actually an extension of the nose and upper lip. One elephant CAN eat 300 pounds (136 kilograms) of food in one day.

They CAN endure long-distance trips without water in very harsh desert conditions, and because their fat is stored only in their humps, they don't get too hot.
The body of a camel is so amazingly adapted to survival in the desert that it CAN stand even the harshest of desert climates.

Bullfrogs got their name because someone thought the male's deep call sounded like a bull mooing. These frogs CAN be huge, sometimes growing as big 20 centimeters and weighing up to 10.6 kilograms A bullfrog's call CAN be heard from more than a quarter-mile away. They CAN jump as high as 7 meters

Trunks n Grab vtr Smell vtr Appendage n (organ) Hashest- harsh adj Humps n Moo vi Huge adj Nest n Scoop vtr