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The WHITE-BELLIED SNEELOPH lives in clearwater ponds and raise their young among lilipads. WHITE-BELLIED SNEELOPHs live off of goldfish. They despise bad weather, so when it is stormy, they dive underwater. They also dive underwater to keep safe. Young WHITE-BELLIED SNEELOPHs develop their white bellies in their first eighteen months. They leave their mother`s safety at age three, when they begin to look for a mate. The average WHITE-BELLIED SNEELOPH will live seven years.
1 bone = animal can't survive
5 bones = animal will thrive
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