Spinner Shark Facts: Animals of North America
Valued for the various commodities that can be produced from them, these sharks are hunted extensively by humans.
Burrowing Owl Facts: Animals of North America
These birds' burrowing habits allow them to survive many climates, but they are nonetheless in grave danger today.
Prairie Chicken Facts: Animals of North America
Actually closer to a grouse than a chicken, male prairie chickens inflate the orange sacs on their necks in order to attract mates.
Bobcat Facts: Animals of North America
These mobile felines have the largest population and farthest-reaching range of any North American wildcat species.
Northern Flying Squirrel Facts: Animals of North America
Unlike many mammals, these squirrels possess unique physical traits that allow them to seemingly take flight.
Arctic Fox Facts: Animals of the Arctic
These omnivorous hunters and scavengers use different colored furs during winter and summer in order to blend in with their changing environments.
African Elephant Facts: Animals of Africa
Known best for their iconic tusks and trunks, these highly intelligent and social animals are under severe threat today.
Pygmy Hippo Facts: Animals of Africa
Unlike their more ferocious cousins, the smaller pygmy hippo tends to run when threatened and is endangered today.
Black-Tailed Prairie Dog: Animals of North America
Thriving throughout much of the Great Plains region, these rodents build intricate networks of underground burrows.
Hummingbird Facts: Animals of North America
One of the smallest birds on the planet, hummingbirds are best known for their unique ability to hover in midair and fly in any direction.
Meerkat Facts: Animals of Africa
These small mammals use social cooperation within large groups and extensively burrowed tunnels in order to survive the arid African deserts.
Australian Box Jellyfish - Animals of Oceania
Armed with one of the deadliest venoms in the world, these thriving creatures have been sighted as far from their homes as Florida.
American Mink Facts: Animals of North America
These small carnivorous mammals hunt at night, purr like cats, and can release defensive sprays like skunks.
North American Beaver Facts: Animals of North America
The national animal of Canada, this rodent is a unique species of proficient lumberjacks which constructs dams and homes
Weddell Seal Facts: Animals of Antarctica
This large seal can be found living and breeding further south than any other living terrestrial animal.
Wildebeest Facts: Animals of Africa
Also called the Gnu, these animals are thriving in many parts of Africa despite having many predators, including humans.
Snowy Sheathbill Facts: Animals of Antarctica
This bird is commonly found on the found near the cold Southern waters proximate to the continent of Antarctica.
Colossal Squid Facts: Animals of Antarctica
Living up to its name, this mysterious creature is the largest squid on Earth and the largest invertebrate known to man.
Clouded Leopard Facts: Animals of Asia
These powerful felines rest in the treetops, jumping down to the forest floors when it is time to hunt for food.