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  • Dolphin

    Dolphin

    Dolphins are marine mammals that are closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin. Dolphins are descendants of terrestrial mammals. The ancestors of the modern day dolphins entered the water roughly fifty million years ago. Learn more about the Dolphin »
  • Tiger

    Tiger

    Tigers are the largest members of the cat family. Their coat is orange with black stripes; however, color intensity and the pattern of markings can vary according to species. No two tigers are exactly alike. Learn more about the tiger »
  • Monkey

    Monkey

    There are around 260 known species of monkey worldwide ranging from chimpanzees to the tiny pygmy marmoset. The monkey can be anywhere from just a few centimetres tall, with some species of monkey growing to more than a metre tall. Learn more about monkeys »
  • Panda

    Giant Panda

    The giant panda, a black-and-white bear, has a body typical of bears. It has black fur on ears, eye patches, muzzle, legs, and shoulders. The rest of the animal's coat is white. Although scientists do not know why these unusual bears are black and white, some speculate that the bold coloring provides effective camouflage into their shade-dappled snowy and rocky surroundings. The panda's thick, wooly coat keeps it warm in the cool forests of its habitat. Learn more about the Panda »
  • Koala

    Koala

    Though often called the koala "bear," this cuddly animal is not a bear at all; it is a marsupial, or pouched mammal. Their fur is so thick and cushiony that koalas can sit on pointy branches for hours and hours and never feel pain. Learn more about the Koala »
  • Lion

    Lion

    The lion is a magnificent animal that appears as a symbol of power, courage and nobility. Mature male lions are unique among the cat species for the thick mane of brown or black hair encircling the head and neck. Learn more about the Lion »
  • Bear

    Bear

    Although there are only eight living species of bear, they are widespread, appearing in a wide variety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere and partially in the Southern Hemisphere. Bears are aided by an excellent sense of smell. Learn more about the Bear »
  • Elephant

    Elephant

    The elephant is the largest animal that lives on land. Elephants can weigh as much as a school bus! Elephants smell, drink, eat, and wash themselves with their long trunks. They have tusks, teeth made of ivory. Learn more about the Elephant »
  • Giraffe

    Giraffe

    Giraffes have beautiful spotted coats. While no two individuals have exactly the same pattern, giraffes from the same area appear similar. The giraffe is the tallest living animal. Giraffes have a distinctive walking gait, moving both right legs forward, then both left. Learn more about the Giraffe »
  • Cheetah

    Cheetah

    The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal. It is also the only cat that cannot retract its claws. Cheetahs do not roar like lions, but they purr, hiss, whine and growl.
    Learn more about the Cheetah »
  • Zebra

    Zebra

    Zebras have horselike bodies, but their manes are made of short, erect hair, their tails are tufted at the tip and their coats are striped. It has often been suggested that the stripes of zebras serve as camouflage in tall grasses. Learn more about the Zebra »
  • Crocodile

    Crocodile

    People often confuse crocodiles with alligators. In contrast to the blunt-snouted alligators, crocodiles have a tapered snout. Crocodiles live in many different places around the world. Learn more about the Crocodile »
  • Kangaroo

    Kangaroo

    Adult kangaroos have extremely long and powerful hind legs that can propel them across open savanna at amazing speeds. The kangaroos have a pouch, strong hind legs, and a solid tail which they use for balance and support. Learn more about the Kangaroo »
  • Meerkat

    Meerkat

    The meerkat, also called the slender-tailed meerkat or suricate. A small mongoose, it lives in large social colonies made up of several family units. It is often found in association with other mongoose species, as well as squirrels and various other rodents. Learn more about the Meerkat »
  • Flamingo

    Flamingo

    These famous pink birds can be found in warm, watery regions on many continents. Flamingos often stand on one leg, the other tucked beneath the body. Considering their appearance, flamingos are surprisingly fluid swimmers. Learn more about flamingos »
  • Shark

    Shark

    Most sharks are found in the oceans. Sharks are constantly growing new rows of teeth. Sharks have existed for over 400 million years. Tthe great white shark is the most famous of the sharks. Sharks come in many different sizes, shapes and colors. Learn more about the Shark »
  • Cat

    Cat

    The cat is a small domesticated mammal that is valued by humans for its companionship and its ability to hunt vermin and household pests. Cats are currently the most popular pet in the world. Cats are found almost everywhere on Earth. Learn more about the Cat »
  • Dog

    Dog

    The dog is a domesticated form of the wolf. The dog is one of the most popular pets in the world. Dogs grow to various sizes. Dogs communicate in several ways. Scent is one method, another is physical appearance. Learn more about the Dog information »