Animals

The Asian Wild Horse is the last truly wild horse species in the world.

Zebra
Sumatran Tiger Cubs
Sumatran Tiger
Snub-nosed Monkey
Sloth Bear
Sea Lions
Scottish Wild Cat
Red Panda
Orangutan
Lion
Maned Wolf
Cane Toad
Dolphin
Dusky Titi Monkey

Giant Tortoise

Bighorn Sheep
Hares
The Nile Hippopotamus is a land animal adapted for amphibious life.  He wallows by day and grazes by night.
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The Scimitar-horned Oryxis extinct in the wild.  It was native to North Africa.med-sized
The Green Acouchiis a rodent native to Peru.

The Prairie Dog lives colonies and prefers to have its burrows in grasslands.

The Gray Wolf is an ancestor of our domestic

dog.  It is the largest member of the canine family.

The Gorilla is a ground dwelling advance mammal.  It is the largest of the primates.
 Despite its long neck the Giraffe’s neck has seven vertabrae, the same as a human.
The Koala is a small bear-like, tree dwelling leaf eating native of Austrailia.
The Mara is a native of Argentina who looks like a cross between a rabbit and a small deer.
Baby Gibbon
Brown Bear:   The Brown Bear is native to Europe, Asia and North America.  It requires vast amounts of wild roadless land.

 

Bison
Bison are North Anerica’s largest land mammal.
Lion Cubs

 

The Caracal lives in Africa and Asia. It is a fierce medium-sized cat.

 

Pandas playing in the snowThese are our National Zoo pandas.

 

Poison Dart Frogs are native to Central and South America. They can release toxins that are potentially lethal to would-be predators.

 

Brown Bear  Native to Asia,

Europe and North America.

Baby Gibbon
Baby Giant Anteater  Native to Central and South America.

Giant Pandas Pandas are from Central China.

 

The Cheetah is the fastest animal in the world at 70 mph.

The Gelada Baboon is native to Ethiopia. As many as 600 live together as a group.

The Asian Elephant is huge at 8-10 feet in height and

18-21 feet in length.  This one is a baby.

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One Comment

  1. Posted February 26, 2011 at 2:21 am | Permalink | Reply

    I enjoy your photos! I love nature and animals and you have captured some great shots here. Your layout is a little funny right now but I know you’ll find the right look, keep it up, I’ll check back frequently!

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