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Can you name the elements whose symbols form the names of animals that answer the clues?

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Depending on where you are in the world, this could mean a leopard, a cougar or a jaguar (4)
The North American name for the reindeer (6)
These are carnivorous marine mammals (2)
John Lennon claimed to be this animal in a 1967 single (5)
This animal is known as an elk in Europe (3)
In Chinese myths, these birds are associated with immortality (4)
In America, this is also known as a buffalo (4)
The only mammal capable of true flight (2)
There are five extant species of this large mammal, all of which are endangered by hunting (7)
This family of snakes includes the adder and the rattlesnake (4)
This is the national bird of New Zealand (4)
The 'King of the Jungle' (3)
This weasel-like animal is an introduced pest in New Zealand (3)
This is the name of a family of seed-eating songbirds commonly found in gardens (4)
These parrots are known for their large colourful crests (6)
A wild ancestor of the llama (4)
This Himalayan goat-antelope is the national animal of Bhutan (3)
These insects are from the order Diptera (2)
This animal supposedly killed Cleopatra (2)
A lizard known for its ability to walk on ceilings (4)
A tundra predator, this is also the name of one of the X-Men (6)
A pest at summer picnics (3)
A name shared by many popular gamefish (3)
Breeds of this animal include Belted Galloway and Aberdeen Angus (2)
The world's largest rodent (5)
The type of animal that is the enemy in the film 'Jaws' (4)

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