Capybara Facts: Animals of South America
The largest rodent in the world, these critters roam in groups of up to 100 members and are agile on both land and sea.
What is the Largest Lake in the World?
The world's most massive bodies of water can be found across the Americas, Asia, and Africa.
Water Ouzel Facts: Animals of North America
Also called Dippers, these birds get their name from their special ability to dive into and swim through water.
Despite their frighteningly large sizes and dangerously aggressive behavior, Hippos are actually mostly herbivorous.
What is Garnet?
These geometric gemstones are often red in color and interestingly shaped, making them commonly used in jewelry and furniture.
Silver Fox Facts: Animals of North America
Though they are the exact same species as the Red Fox, these particular foxes are distinct for their silver and black fur.
Sable Facts - Animals of Asia
Perhaps best known due to their prized furs, the sable is a small and omnivorous marnet native to Central and East Asia.
Brown Bear Facts: Animals of North America
Feared for their large sizes and incredible strength, these bears rely more on berries and fish and attack more out of fear and territory.
Horseshoe Crab - Animals of the Oceans
These "living fossils" might look like something extraterrestrial, but instead they are an ancient and thriving species.
Jumping Spider Facts - Animals of North America
Also called the "Vampire Spider," these arachnids are known for their special ability to lunge toward their prey rather than relying on webs.
Red Panda Facts: Animals of Asia
About the size of a common house cat, these mammals have long tails that help them keep their balance along treetops.
Ferruginous Hawk: Animals of North America
These birds of prey have surprisingly wide mouths that allow them to eat animals larger than you would expect.
Rhesus Monkey Facts: Animals of Asia
These thriving macaques are highly expressive and intelligent, forming interesting hierarchies within social groups.
Avalanche Lake, Montana - Unique Places around the World
Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, scenes of natural beauty and opportunities for hiking and fishing await sensible and adventurous travellers.
Fringe-Toed Lizard Facts: Animals of North America
These interesting lizards get their name from the pointed scales on their toes, which let them move through sand effectively.
Adelie Penguin Facts: Animals of Antarctica
Known for their distinctive waddles and eyes, the Adelie is vulnerable today as a result of global climate change.
Quokka Facts: Animals of Oceania
The smallest of the wallabies, quokkas are often called the happiest animal in the world, but their existence is threatened today.
Mandarin Duck Facts: Animals of Asia
The beautiful colors of male mandarin ducks have made them a desired animal all over the world, but in fact their native homeland is dwindling today.
Cape Buffalo Facts: Animals of Africa
Despite their large size and often aggressive behavior, these bovines are unique for practicing a form of democracy.