Bunnies need to be on high alert, because an eagle can spot a rabbit from more than a mile away.
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If your backyard is in Aruba, you might run into a young green lizard when you play outside.
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In cities, raccoons scavenge around garbage bins and will eat scraps of food and other trash found there.
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Walking through a marsh or near a pond, you might hear the deep calls of the male bullfrog.
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The robin is a feisty bird and one of the few birds which can be heard singing during the winter.
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There are more than 200 species of squirrels! They feed on nuts collected from trees found in temperate forests.
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Chipmunks like to live alone in holes or burrows called dens.
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In the spring and fall, box turtles forage during the daylight hours, and they sometimes bask in the sun to get warm.
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Take a look at this photo gallery of animals you might find in your own backyard!