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        Opossum

        The opossum (Didelphia virginiana) is the only marsupial native to the U.S. and Canada. Like other marsupials, they have offspring that continue to develop after birth. Up to 20 tiny opossum babies are born at one time, and they immediately move inside a pouch where they continue to develop.

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        The opossum (Didelphia virginiana) is the only marsupial native to the U.S. and Canada. Like other marsupials, they have offspring that continue to develop after birth. Up to 20 tiny opossum babies are born at one time, and they immediately move inside a pouch where they continue to develop.

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        The opossum (Didelphia virginiana) is the only marsupial native to the U.S. and Canada. Like other marsupials, they have offspring that continue to develop after birth. Up to 20 tiny opossum babies are born at one time, and they immediately move inside a pouch where they continue to develop.

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