Easily recognizable for their distinctive long and drooping white mustache that sweep back from the muzzle on both sides, the Emperor Tamarin is a funny loo ...
The Hippopotamus is a large, mostly herbivorous often considered to be the second largest after the elephant and is comparable in size and weight to the rhi ...
The Black Panther is a catch-all term that refers to any wildcat with a black coat or a melanistic big cat, although it is most frequently applied to black- ...
Habitants of bamboo forests in the mountains of south-central China, the Giant Panda with its captivating appearance, characterized by a striking coat of bl ...
With wrinkled brown and pink hides, long white tusks, grizzly whiskers, flat flipper, and massive bodies, the Walruses are one of the most recognizable anim ...
Once believed to be a mythical unicorn, the okapi is the native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Bactrian camels, the inhabitants of isolated regions of the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts of Mongolia and western China, are one of the most adaptable cre ...
Llamas are the South American member of the camel family, Camelidae that includes alpaca, guanaco and vicuna and collectively known as Lamoids.
Tapirs are large mammals that look like wild hogs with snouts of anteaters. However, they are most closely related to horses and rhinoceroses.
Colugos are mammals from an ancient lineage and although they are sometimes called the flying lemurs, they are not closely related to the Lemurs of Madagascar.
The opossum is the largest order of marsupials in the Western Hemisphere that carries their babies in a pouch after born. While they are commonly called possums
Wombats are short-legged, muscular, coarse-haired, little nocturnal animals that live only in Australia and Tasmania. They are the second largest marsupial ...
Considered as one of the most unusual creatures in the animal, the Platypus, known as the Duck-Billed, is a small mammal in the eastern coast of Australia
Despite of its name and look, the Maned Wolf is neither a wolf, nor a fox. It belongs to the canidae family, but it is not closely related to any other livi ...
The Zebra Duiker, also known as the Banded or Stripped-back Duiker, is a small antelope and is considered to be one of the earliest duiker species.
Found in moist, low areas in the northern parts of North America, the Star-Nosed Mole is one of the weirdest-looking animals of the world.
The fossa, the largest carnivorous mammal, exclusively found on the island of Madagascar, are considered to have descended from Mongoose that arrived
Although the koala is called a koala bear, as it looks like a teddy bear, actually it is a marsupial or pouched mammal and related to the kangaroo and the w ...
As the name suggests, the Tasmanian devils live across the Tasmanian wilderness, forests, farmlands and coastlines, even in the suburbs.
Echidnas are egg-laying mammals from Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, evolved between 20 and 50 million years ago. But is still considered quite enigmati ...
Pangolins, also known as scaly anteaters, are solitary and primarily nocturnal mammals, uniquely covered with tough and sharp scales that look like pine cones.
The Barbirusas are specifically found in the in the swamps and rain forests of Indonesian islands. With barrel-shaped bodies balanced on delicate.
Nocturnal, solitary and arboreal, the Aye-aye is actually a species of lemur and can be found only on the island of Madagascar. A full-grown Aye-aye is typi ...
Meerkats are super cute squirrel-size members of the mongoose family, with bushy, brown-striped fur, a small pointed face coming to a point at the brown nose.
Known as Carpincho or Water Hog, Capybara is the largest living rodent, a semi aquatic mammal of the Central and South America. It can be found in South Ame ...