Wolves are fascinating animals to be sure. Their howling sounds make them easy to identify. As members of the dog family, wolves are similar in size to a medium or large dog.
Gaur are the largest species of wild cattle on the planet.
Lobsters are nocturnal marine crustaceans that live in every sea and ocean.
Elk, also known as Wapiti, are large members of the deer family.
Walruses are huge marine mammals that are instantly recognizable due to their unique elongated tusks.
As the fastest dog breed in the world, greyhounds are tall, thin, muscular canines with a deep chest, short coat, long legs, and a long, pointed nose.
Deer are graceful herbivores that are found on every continent in the world, except for Antarctica and Australia.
Crocodiles are large, powerful, aggressive, semi-aquatic, cold-blooded reptiles that are members of the crocodilian family.
The Corgi, which is Welch for ‘Dwarf Dog’ is a small, long, barrel-shaped canine that is known for their playfulness, loyalty, and intelligence.
Great Danes, previously known as Boar Hounds, were initially used to hunt boars because of their strength, huge size, and their aggressive nature.
Instantly recognizable because of their small size, long tails, round ears, and small pointed snouts, mice are one of the most common rodents on the planet.
Despite its fierce, Gallic name, the French Bulldog or ‘Frenchie’ is a small companion dog that was first bred in England.
Eagles are one of the largest birds of prey on the planet, as well as being one of the most beautiful to watch.
As the largest of all living land animals in the world today, elephants are one heavy – and hungry – land animal.
With more than 10,000 different species in the world today, ants are everywhere you look.
Every summer you find wasps making their nests throughout America, and the world as well.
Shih Tzu, which means ‘Little Lion’, is a toy dog breed that originated in Tibet, as far back as 1,000-plus years ago.
A sheep’s wool never quits growing and is oftentimes used to make yarn.
The first rhinos roamed the earth 50 million years ago, and these huge herbivores still have a prehistoric appearance.
The Saint Bernard has become one of the most popular and most recognizable large dog breeds in the world.