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It's a fancy rat! Fancy rats are domesticated rats that make great pets because they are extremely social and intelligent.

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It's a tiger salamander! Tiger salamanders are named after the much larger predator because of their coloring. However, their coloring can be striped or dotted in a variety of colors.

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It's a hedgehog! Honey the African pygmy hedgehog loves warm weather, because her pointed spines don't offer much insulation. The spines, however, do offer great protection against predators.

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It's an ornate box turtle! Those powerful claws are used to dig burrows which this land turtle stays in about 90 percent of the time.

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It's a tarantula! This Chilean rose-haired tarantula can kick its itchy hairs at its predators to try to irritate their eyes so it can make a getaway.

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It's a toad! American toads burrow into the ground to hibernate for the winter.

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It's a frog! A morph of northern leopard frogs have rare color variants that are uniformly brownish green on their back and legs, lacking the spots found on most individuals.

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It's a chicken! Did you know that different breeds of chickens lay different sizes and colors of eggs? You can get farm fresh eggs that are brown, green or even blue.

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It's a crayfish! Like its crustacean cousins, crayfish use their claws as a defense against predators. Ouch!

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It's a snake! This corn snake isn't native to Iowa, instead it lives in the southeast United States and got its name from eating rats and mice in or around corn grain bins.

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It's a bat! This adorable little brown bat grows to weigh less than a half ounce.

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