Compare claw forms between north american mammals.
- Compare environmental adaptations across species
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Compare and contrast the claws from eight different North American mammals with this diverse set. Whether they are used to climb trees, catch prey, or dig up a meal, the claws that an animal has can tell you a lot about its lifestyle. Specimens typically include Skunk, Raccoon, Beaver, Fox, Coyote, Bobcat, (American) Porcupine, and Badger, but exact specimens may vary with availability.