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Barbary lion

The Barbary lion was a local group of lions which are now extinct in the wild {IUCN}. The Barbary lion was also called the atlas lion and the nubian lion. It was a local group, or perhaps subspecies, of the lion. It used to live in North Africa, ...

                                               

Black Soft-shell Turtle

The black soft-shell turtle or Bostami turtle is a species of freshwater turtle found in India and Bangladesh. It was long believed to be inbred individuals of the Indian softshell turtle or the Indian peacock softshell turtle, but later found to ...

                                               

Pere Davids deer

Pere Davids deer is a species of deer. It is also known as Milu in Chinese. In the past it went extinct in the wild and existed only in captivity. However, it has been reintroduced to the wild in some areas. It likes marshland, and is believed to ...

                                               

Wyoming toad

The Wyoming toad or Baxters toad is a toad that has become rare. The only living Wyoming toads are in captivity. For example, the Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming breeds these toads. It was listed as "endangered" in 1984, and as ...

                                               

Bramble Cay melomys

The Bramble Cay melomys, or Bramble Cay mosaic-tailed rat, is an extinct species of rodent in the family Muridae. While it was similar to the Cape York melomys it had some protein differences and a coarser tail. It was genetically different to sp ...

                                               

Labrador duck

The Labrador duck lived along the sandy coasts and bays of New Jersey and New England. Audubons son reported seeing a nest belonging to the species. Some believe that it may have laid its eggs on the islands in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It was ...

                                               

Neanderthal

The Neanderthal, a species of the genus Homo, was a near relative of our own species. Its scientific name is Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis. Neanderthal fossils were only found in Europe, Asia Minor and up to central Asia. ...

                                               

Passenger pigeon

The passenger pigeon, or, wild pigeon was a species of bird, Ectopistes migratorius, that was once common in North America. It lived in enormous migratory flocks - sometimes containing more than two billion birds - that could stretch one mile 1.6 ...

                                               

Thylacine

Thylacine was a carnivorous marsupial animal. The Thylacine was also known as a Tasmanian tiger, a Tasmanian wolf and a Tasmanian hyena. The last known Thylacine died in a Hobart zoo on 7 September 1936. They once lived across Australia and New G ...

                                               

Aardvark

The aardvark is a mammal from Africa, its name means "earth pig" in the language Afrikaans. It is the only living member in its order, though some fossil genera have been found

                                               

Aardwolf

The aardwolf is a small, insectivorous mammal, native to East Africa and Southern Africa. Its name means "earth wolf" in the Afrikaans / Dutch language. It is also called "maanhaar jackal" in Afrikaans, or civet hyena, based on the secretions fro ...

                                               

Adder

The adder, Vipera berus is a venomous viper that can be found throughout most of Western Europe and all the way to East Asia. It is the only venomous snake in the British Isles. They are not highly dangerous: the snake is not aggressive and usual ...

                                               

African Red Toad

The African red toad or African split-skin toad is a species of toad in the Bufonidae family. It is the only species in the genus Schismaderma. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, ...

                                               

African wildcat

The African wildcats are small, fierce cats that live in forests, grasslands, and brush lands in Africa and the Middle East. They are the closest living relatives of the domestic cat. It is a wildcat subspecies which occurs across northern Africa ...

                                               

Afrocarpus falcatus

Afrocarpus falcatus is a tree in the family Podocarpaceae. Common terms include common yellowwood, bastard yellowwood, outeniqua yellowwood, African fern pine, and weeping yew. The tree is native to the montane forests of southern Africa. It can ...

                                               

Agalychnis callidryas

For another species commonly known as the red-eyed treefrog, see Litoria chloris Agalychnis callidryas, known as the red-eyed treefrog is a species of tree frogs. Red-eyed tree frogs spend most of their time on large tropical leaves. They are not ...

                                               

Agkistrodon contortrix

Agkistrodon contortrix is a species of venomous snake. The common name for this species is the eastern copperhead. It lives mainly on the eastern coast of North America and in the Mississippi drainage. Theyre common. Compared to others theyre mor ...

                                               

Alpine newt

Early in the year, alpine newts mate. During that time, the males have a blue color on their sides but not too much to overlap their white-black-spotted flank. Their belly is a bright orange. The females are more camouflaged to their marshy envir ...

                                               

Amazon weasel

The Amazon weasel, is a type of weasel. It is native to South America. It is also called the tropical weasel. It was first identified from a museum example that was not labeled well. The museum label said it was from Africa. That is why the scien ...

                                               

American black bear

The American black bear is North Americas smallest and most common species of bear. Black bears are omnivores. Black bears usually live in forested areas, but do leave forests in search of food. Sometimes they become attracted to human activity d ...

                                               

American pygmy shrew

The American pygmy shrew is a type of shrew. It found in Northern Alaska, Canada, and the northern and southern United States. It is found in northern coniferous and deciduous forests of North America. It is believed to be the second-smallest mam ...

                                               

Angola colobus

The Angola colobus is an arboreal monkey that belongs to the Colobus genus. They have no thumbs, which is not normal among primates. This allows them to shape their fingers into a winging hook. They eat leaves, fruit, and seeds.

                                               

Antilopine kangaroo

The antilopine kangaroo, also called the antilopine wallaroo or the antilopine wallaby, is a large macropod that lives only in the tropical areas of northern Australia. They live in Cape York Peninsula in north Queensland, the "Top End" of the No ...

                                               

Australian green tree frog

The Australian green tree frog, Litoria caerulea, is a species of tree frogs. They live in Australia and New Guinea. The green tree frog was imported onto ships to the United States and New Zealand. The species belongs to the genus Litoria. The s ...

                                               

Australian magpie

The Australian magpie is a large black-and-white bird. It lives in most parts of Australia and in a small part of New Guinea. It is named after the European magpie, which is also black and white. In Australia, it is just called a" magpie” or" mag ...

                                               

Azemiopinae

Azemiopinae, commonly known as the Feas vipers ", is a monotypic subfamily made for a monotypic genus, Azemiops, which contains the venomous viper, Azemiops Feae. It is found on the mountains of Southeast Asia.

                                               

Azure kingfisher

The azure kingfisher is a small kingfisher, in the river kingfisher family, Alcedinidae. It lives in parts of Australia and Tasmania, as well as New Guinea and some nearby islands, and out to North Maluku and Romang. It is named for the azure col ...

                                               

Honey badger

The honey badger or ratel is a type of mustelid. It lives in Africa, the Middle East, and the Indian subcontinent. Despite its name, the honey badger does not look much like other types of badgers. It looks more like a weasel. It mostly eats meat ...

                                               

Banded Stilt

The banded stilt is a nomadic stilt from Australia. It is a type of water bird known as a wader. The bird gets its name from the red-brown breast band found on breeding adults. This is mottled or completely absent in non-breeding adults and juven ...

                                               

Bar-headed goose

The bar-headed goose is a type of goose that lives in wetland areas in Central Asia. It has a light grey body, broad wings, and a white face and neck. Its name comes from the two stripes of dark feathers that wrap around the back of its head. Lik ...

                                               

Bar-tailed godwit

The bar-tailed godwit is a water bird. It is a large wader in the family Scolopacidae. It breeds on Arctic coasts and tundra mainly in the Old World, and winters on coasts in temperate and tropical regions of the Old World. Its migration is the l ...

                                               

Bearded seal

The bearded seal, also called the square flipper seal, is a medium-sized pinniped. It is found in and near to the Arctic Ocean. Fossils indicate that, during the Pleistocene epoch, bearded seals went as far south as South Carolina.

                                               

Big brown bat

The big brown bat is a type of vesper bat. It is found in North America, the Caribbean, and the northern part of South America. The big brown bat weighs 15–26 g. It has a wingspan of 32.5–35 cm.

                                               

Bighorn sheep

The bighorn sheep is a species of sheep. They live in North America. Their name was given to them because of their large horns. Their horns can weigh up to 30 pounds. However, the sheep themselves weigh up to 300 pounds. In a genetic testing, it ...

                                               

Black mamba

The black mamba belongs to the Elapidae family of snakes. It is the second largest venomous snake in the world. An adult black mamba can grow up to 14 feet in length. The black mambas skin is not actually black, it gets its name from the colour o ...

                                               

Black-headed parrot

The black-headed parrot is Pionites melanocephalus. It lives in forests, most often in humid places, and nearby wooded habitats. They are known as caiques. The bird is widespread in South America, and has two subspecies which are very similar. It ...

                                               

Black-tailed rattlesnake

The Black-tailed rattlesnake is a species of venomous Pit vipers, found in southwestern United States of America and Mexico. There are currently three subspecies recognized.

                                               

Blackbird

The blackbird is a thrush. It is a member of the passerine songbird family Turdidae. It has a huge range across Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has been introduced to Australia and New Zealand. It has a number of subspecies across its range. ...

                                               

Blue tit

The blue tit is a passerine songbird in the family Paridae. It is 10.5 to 12 cm long. The blue tit is a widespread and common resident breeder. It lives throughout temperate and subarctic Europe and western Asia in deciduous or mixed woodlands. I ...

                                               

Brown bear

The brown bear is a large bear living in much of northern Eurasia and North America. It is smaller than the polar bear, but is the largest carnivore which lives entirely on the land. There are several recognized subspecies. The brown bears range ...

                                               

Bullfrog

The American bullfrog is a semi-aquatic frog. It belongs to the family Ranidae, or true frogs. Bullfrogs are native to most of North America, Canada and Mexico. The ones that live in northern America hibernate during winter. However, bullfrogs in ...

                                               

Campbells dwarf hamster

Campbells dwarf hamster is a species of hamster. It is native to central Asia. The species was named after a man called W. C. Campbell, who collected the first one in Mongolia on 1 July 1902.

                                               

Cane toad

The cane toad is a species of toad. They are also known as the giant neotropical toad and the marine toad. Cane toads are terrestrial amphibians. This means that they only go back to the water to lay their eggs. They live in Central America and S ...

                                               

Capybara

Capybara is a semi-aquatic rodent of South America. It weighs about a hundred pounds, and is about two feet tall at the shoulder. The capybara is the worlds largest rodent. Capybaras are closely related to guinea pigs and to chinchillas. When the ...

                                               

Caracal

The caracal, also called Persian lynx or African lynx, is a wild cat. Caracals are similar to lynxes, but are more related to the serval. Caracals are the fastest of the small cats.

                                               

Cattle egret

The cattle egret is a cosmopolitan species of heron found in the tropics, subtropics and warm temperate zones. It is the only member of the genus Bubulcus, with two subspecies, the western cattle egret and the eastern cattle egret. It is a stocky ...

                                               

Cheer pheasant

The cheer pheasant also known as Wallichs pheasant is a vulnerable species of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. It is the only member of the genus Catreus. The species was named as Phasianus wallichi by the English zoologist Thomas Hardwicke in 1 ...

                                               

Cinereus shrew

The cinereous shrew is a type of shrew. It is found in Alaska, Canada, and the northern United States. It is also called the masked shrew or the common shrew.

                                               

Common barn owl

The common barn owl is a species of owl in the genus Tyto. It is the most widely distributed species of owl, and one of the most widespread of all birds. The barn owl family Tytonidae is one of two main lineages of living owls, the other being th ...

                                               

Common buzzard

The common buzzard is a bird of prey, very widespread in the Old World. It lives in most of Europe and into Asia. It is between 51 and 57 cm in length. The wings are between 110–150 cm when spread out. They may be coloured from almost pure white ...

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