Welcome to the FactGuru knowledge base about Canadian Mammals.

The left pane shows Canadian animals arranged in an isa hierarchy - each subject "is a" kind of the subject above it. You can also view the subjects in alphabetical order or as a graph by clicking on the tabs on the left.

To search for a subject, use the Find box or press Ctrl F.

If you click on a subject in the hierarchy, you will see facts about that subject appear in this pane. Any word in a fact that is underlined is a hyperlink that takes you to that subject.

You can compare what the differences are between a subject and its siblings or between all the children of a subject by clicking on the Compare tab in this pane.

This knowledge base was created from information contained in the book The Mammals of Canada by A.W.F. Banfield, published by the University of Toronto Press in 1981 and from the Hinterland Who's Who web site of the Canadian Wildlife Service.

The information contained in this knowledge base is for demonstration purposes only and is not guaranteed to be accurate.

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