Virginia Opossum Jigsaw Puzzle

Virginia Opossum
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About Virginia Opossum:

The Virginia opossum is North America's only marsupial, characterized by a pointed face, grayish-white fur, and a hairless, prehensile tail. They are opportunistic omnivores, exhibit nocturnal behavior, and are known for "playing possum" as a defense mechanism. Found throughout the United States, they play a role in controlling insect populations. They inhabit forests, woodlands, and areas with dense vegetation, but they are also commonly found in urban and suburban environments. Opossums are known to take shelter in trees, using their climbing abilities, but they can also create nests in burrows. // Image Credit: The viviparous quadrupeds of North America / by John James Audubon

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