Domestic animals include livestock, farm animals and most pets. They can provide humans with food, fiber, or transportation. Domestic animals also rely on humans for food and shelter.
Exotic animals are not found in Massachusetts. Creatures such as elephants, lions, or penguins are examples of such animals.
Native animals are animals that are found in the wild in Massachusetts. Raccoons, fox, white-tailed deer, and red-tail hawks are examples of native animals.
Opossums are the only Marsupials (pouched animals) in North America.
On average a hen lays 19 dozen eggs a year.
Peacocks are boys, peahens are girls. Together they are peafowl.
A lobster takes 7 years to be “legal.”
A female gold fish is called a twit.
A group of toads is called a wart.