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Wolverines, Giant Hornets, Koalas

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Wolverines are the largest of the land-living weasels and are designed for life in the cold.  They have thick frost-proof fur and oversized feet with 20 sharp, hook-like claws, which act as snow-shoe, crampon and shovel.

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