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Top Ten Most Favorite Animals

Reptile​
Reptile​

They have been on this planet for 220 million years and have evolved into the creatures they are today...but are in times of great turmoil which also effects their life because man is the number one animal on earth and destorys things as he chooses.

Roundworms​
Roundworms​

Roundworms are the most common of the parasitic worms found inside a dog. Almost all dogs become infected with them at some time in their lives, usually as puppies. Roundworms may be contracted in different ways, making them easy to spread and hard to control.

Insect​
Insect​

To begin our list, I figured it was best to start with one of the most beloved of all insects: the Ladybug. Of course, these cute little beetles have a multitude of other names. I’ve heard them called ladybirds, lady beetles, and lady flies amongst other things.

Tardigrade​
Tardigrade​

Tardigrades are among the most resilient known animals, with individual species able to survive extreme conditions that would be rapidly fatal to nearly all other known life forms, such as exposure to extreme temperatures, extreme pressures (both high and low), air deprivation, radiation, dehydration, and starvation.

Molluscs​
Molluscs​

Species of mollusk vary widely; however, most mollusks have a few basic features in common with one another. All mollusks have soft, unsegmented bodies. Most have a single muscular foot used for moving from place to place or digging into the sand or mud of their habitat. In the cephalopod class of mollusk, tentacles take the place of a foot.

image: thesea.org
Annelid​
Annelid​

Holding its position in the top 10 (along with the following six animals) since Google Trends started in 2004, the bird is one of the most common animals on the Earth today. Since the 1600’s, almost 130 bird species have gone extinct due to humans.

source: list25.com
Jellyfish​
Jellyfish​

Jellyfish have drifted along on ocean currents for millions of years, even before dinosaurs lived on the Earth. The jellylike creatures pulse along on ocean currents and are abundant in cold and warm ocean water, in deep water, and along coastlines.