Ostriches are the largest, tallest and heaviest birds in the world. Although an ostrich is a bird they are completely flightless.
Although they are officially called the North American Brown Bear, most of us know them as Grizzly Bears here in North America. Grizzly bears are big powerful animals and can easily overpower any other animal or human inside their habitat. How much does a Grizzly bear weigh? Male grizzly’s weigh around 395 to 790 pounds…
The North American black bear is one of the most common species of bear in the United States. It is also one of the smallest of the 3 species in North America.
Alligators are members of the crocodilian group of reptiles, and they live in the United States and Eastern China.
With a long, shaggy coat and having the ability to withstand extremely cold weather conditions, the wild Yak, also known as Bos mutus, is one of the toughest and strongest members of the bovine family.
A coyote is a medium-sized canine which is a member of the dog family, just like wolves, jackals, and foxes.
Squirrels are amazing to watch. These small nimble animals with big bushy tails are related to chipmunks, prairie dogs and groundhogs.
Orangutans are some of the most recognizable and intelligent primates in the world. They have very distinct orange looking hair and like to spend much of their hidden in the trees.
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.
Elk, also known as Wapiti, are large members of the deer family.
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.
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.
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.
The first rhinos roamed the earth 50 million years ago, and these huge herbivores still have a prehistoric appearance.
Polar bears are among the most fascinating, lovable, and recognizable animals on the planet.