Animals A to Z Activity: Hyena
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- The female hyena is usually bigger then the mail
- Hyenas live in groups called clans. A clan mite have 80 hyenas in it.
- Each clan live in an underground den. The hyenas in the clan protect there den form other clans.
- A hyena eats all of its prey. It even eats its preys' hare and bones!
- Hyenas look like dogs, but they is more closely related to cats.
- A baby hyena is born with its eyes o pen and some of its teeth formed.
- The female hyena is usually bigger than the male.
- Hyenas live in groups called clans. A clan might have 80 hyenas in it.
- Each clan lives in an underground den. The hyenas in the clan protect their den from other clans.
- A hyena eats all of its prey. It even eats its preys' hair and bones!
- Hyenas look like dogs, but they are more closely related to cats.
- A baby hyena is born with its eyes open and some of its teeth formed.
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