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Isla San Esteban Chuckwalla are native to one island in the Gulf of California. The museum is trying to
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Common Chuckwallas.
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Sonoran Desert toad, also known as the
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Probably a Western Spadefoot Toad.
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Tiger Salamander.
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Garden eels. They were very interesting. When a fish swam past, they would retract into their burrows.
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Moray Eel.
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Horn shark.
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Bonytail Chub.
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A woman admires a sleeping puma in its habitat.
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The puma has a large, natural habitat at the museum, but in the heat of the day, it prefers its cool cave.
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Slumbering grey fox.
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Ocelot.
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Porcupine.
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Javelina. They resemble wild pigs, but they are
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Javelina in their enclosure.
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Try as they might, Grandma and Grandpa never saw any coyotes.