Trivalve | Look for oddballs. Occasionally clams will regrow their siphons if clipped by a crab. Normally they have only two. This gaper clam has two excurrent siphons (left) and one incurrent siphon (right).
The Woodchuck is also called the Groundhog. They're closely related to squirrels and they build impressive homes in the soil. A groundhog’s burrow can be anywhere from feet long, with multiple exits and a number of chambers.
Burrowing tarantulas: Their need for speed is lessened by the fact that they are able to retreat into an underground burrow to safety. ARANTULAS: Alive And Up Close: Burrowing and Terrestrial Tarantulas
Largest Tuatara: There are only two species of tuatara, both of which are found exclusively in the islands off the main coast of New Zealand. Of the two, the greatly endangered Brothers Island tuatara (Sphenodon guntheri) is the largest. It can (2 ft 6 in) long and have a maximum weight of 1.4 kg (3 lb 1 oz).
Northern Shoveler Male | Eclipse Plumage (from May through August): Duller. Head and breast brownish black speckled with whitish or tan. Back black with tan feather edges. Flanks light brown. Blue patch on the forewing. May show indistinct white crescent on face behind bill. Eyes yellow.