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Satanic leaf-tailed gecko

The Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko, is a species of gecko. It is only native to the island of Madagascar. It was first described in 1888 by George Albert Boulenger. They look a lot like a dead leaf. Its veins are showing and look just like the veins o ...

                                               

Seminole bat

The Seminole bat is often confused with the red bat. The Seminole bat has a mahogany color with a frosted look because to white tipped dorsal hairs. They weigh around 12 grams. Females are larger than males.

                                               

Serval

The serval needs access to water, and dense grassland. Reed beds, scrub or high grass are typical habitats. It is territorial.

                                               

Short-beaked common dolphin

The short-beaked common dolphin is one of the two species of the genus, Delphinus. It is found in warm temperate and tropical waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. It is also found in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean Sea.

                                               

Short-beaked echidna

The short-beaked echidna is the only member of its genus, and one of four living species of echidna. The short-beaked echidna, Tachyglossus, is the spiny anteater because they eat ants and termites. It is covered in fur and spines. It has a speci ...

                                               

Sidewinder

The Sidewinder rattlesnake, also known as the "Horned Rattlesnake", is a species of venomous pit viper. There are three subspecies. It is called a sidewinder because it uses sidewinding to move across sand.

                                               

Silky pocket mouse

The silky pocket mouse is a species of rodent in the family Heteromyidae. Like other members of the heteromyid family, they are more closely related to pocket gophers than to true mice.

                                               

Silver birch

The silver birch, also known as the warty birch, European white birch, or East Asian white birch, is a deciduous tree in the family Betulaceae. It grows in Europe, parts of Asia and North America. The silver birch is a medium-sized tree, which ha ...

                                               

Silver-haired bat

The silver-haired bat is a species of bat. It is the only member of the genus Lasionycteris. The bat is found in Bermuda, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. They are the most common bat in forested areas in the United States. Silver-haired ba ...

                                               

Smooth snake

The smooth snake. is found in Britain, where it lives only in southern heathlands. It is a non-venomous colubrid species found in northern and central Europe, and as far east as northern Iran. In contrast to many other snakes, their scales are fl ...

                                               

Song thrush

The song thrush is a member of the passerine songbird family Turdidae. It breeds across much of Eurasia. It is also known in English dialects as throstle or mavis. The song thrush has brown upperparts and black-spotted cream or buff underparts, a ...

                                               

Southeastern myotis

The southeastern myotis is a small species of bat. It found throughout the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Lower Mississippi alluvial plain of the southeastern United States.

                                               

Spotted hyena

The spotted hyena is a species of hyena. They are often called the laughing hyena. They are found almost everywhere in Sub-Saharan Africa. There are between 27.000 and 47.000 individuals, though their population is getting smaller in the wild. Th ...

                                               

Steppe polecat

The steppe polecat, is a type of mustelid. It is also called the white or masked polecat. It is native to Central Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. It is a Least Concern species. It is generally light yellowish, with dark limbs and a dark ...

                                               

Stoat

A stoat is a small mammal of the family Mustelidae. It is also called a short tailed weasel. It is bigger than a weasel. Stoats in their white winter coat are also called ermines. They can grow to be as long as 30 centimeters. They eat other smal ...

                                               

Sugar glider

The sugar glider is a small marsupial originally native to eastern and northern mainland Australia, New Guinea, and the Bismarck Archipelago, and introduced to Tasmania. It is called a sugar glider because it likes to feed on the sugary sap from ...

                                               

Superb fairy-wren

The superb fairy-wren, also known as the blue wren, is a passerine bird of the family Maluridae. It is common and familiar across southeastern Australia. Each pair has a territory, also shows obvious sexual dimorphism. The male in breeding plumag ...

                                               

Tammar wallaby

The tammar wallaby are a small species of wallaby from Australia. They were the first macropods to be seen by Europeans. Francisco Pelsaert, captain of the Batavia, saw them when the ship was wrecked on the Abrolhos Islands in 1629. He said they ...

                                               

Tawny owl

The tawny owl or brown owl is a stocky, medium-sized owl commonly found in woodlands across much of Eurasia. There are eleven recognised subspecies, and some variation in the colouring. The nest is usually in a tree hole where it can protect its ...

                                               

Thorny devil

The thorny devil is also called the thorny dragon, Moloch, or mountain devil. It is an Australian lizard, that lives in desert regions of central Australia. The thorny devil grows up to 20 cm 7.9 in long and can live for 15 to 20 years. The femal ...

                                               

Tiger salamander

Eastern tiger salamanders are big, with a normal length of 6–8 inches 15–20 cm. They can grow up to 14 inches 36 cm in length. Grown-ups are usually spotted with grey, green, or black, and have large eyes. They have short mouths, big necks, stron ...

                                               

Timber rattlesnake

The timber rattlesnake is a species of venomous Pit vipers. It lives in eastern United States of America. There are no subspecies currently recognized. It is the 2nd largest venomous snake found in the eastern United States.

                                               

Tukeit Hill Frog

The Tukeit Hill Frog is one of the two described species in the genus Allophryne. The other one is Allophryne resplendens. It is the only member of the subfamily Allophryninae, a clade recently placed under the family Centrolenidae These frogs li ...

                                               

Vervet monkey

The vervet monkey, or simply vervet, is an Old World monkey of the family Cercopithecidae. It is native to Africa. The term "vervet" is also used to refer to all the members of the genus Chlorocebus. They are found mostly throughout Southern Afri ...

                                               

Virginia opossum

The Virginia opossum is the only species of North American marsupial. It is sometimes called a possum, but that refers more correctly to a group of Australian marsupials.

                                               

Vogelkop bowerbird

The Vogelkop bowerbird, also known as the Vogelkop gardener bowerbird, is a medium-sized, bowerbird of the mountains of the Vogelkop Peninsula at Western New Guinea, Indonesia. The birds are about 21–35 cm in length, with the females being slight ...

                                               

Walrus

A walrus is a marine mammal, the only species of the family Odobenidae, which is one of the three pinniped families. They live in the cold northern seas around North America and Europe.

                                               

Western diamondback rattlesnake

The western diamondback rattlesnake is a species of venomous rattlesnake found in the deserts of the United States of America and Mexico. The western diamondback rattlesnake is responsible for most of the snakebites in northern Mexico and the U.S ...

                                               

Western grey kangaroo

The western grey kangaroo is a large and very common kangaroo or macropod. It lives right across the southern part of Australia. They live from just south of Shark Bay in Western Australia to western Victoria. In South Australia they live along t ...

                                               

White-bellied sea eagle

The white-bellied sea eagle, is also known as the white-breasted sea eagle. It is a large daytime bird of prey in the family Accipitridae. It is closely related to Sanfords sea eagle of the Solomon Islands. It is a distinctive bird, with a white ...

                                               

White-headed capuchin

The white-headed capuchin is a medium-sized New World monkey of the family Cebidae, subfamily Cebinae. It is also known as the white-faced capuchin or the white-throated capuchin. It comes from the forests of Central America. It also lives in the ...

                                               

White-tailed deer

The white-tailed deer, also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer, is a type of deer that is found throughout most of North America, and only some in South America. The white-tailed deer were also brought over to Europe and New Zealand. The whi ...

                                               

Wild boar

The wild boar belongs to the family of the real pig from the order of artiodactyls. They live today in almost every part of the world, even many countries that are not their natural habitats. The wild boar is native to Eurasia and North Africa. W ...

                                               

Wolf

The wolf is a mammal of the order Carnivora. It is sometimes called timber wolf or grey wolf. It is the ancestor of the domestic dog. A recent study found that the domestic dog is descended from wolves tamed less than 16.300 years ago south of th ...

                                               

Wolverine

The wolverine or glutton is the largest member of the Mustelidae family. It is a stocky and muscular carnivore, more like a small bear than other mustelids. The wolverine, a solitary animal, has a reputation for ferocity, and can kill prey many t ...

                                               

Wood mouse

The wood mouse is a common rodent. It is also known as the long-tailed field mouse, field mouse, common field mouse, and European wood mouse.

                                               

Yellow-bellied weasel

This type of weasel is named for its yellow-colored underbelly, the upperside of the body and the tail are of a dark brown. Yellow-bellied weasels can grow up to 9.8–10.6 inches 25–27 cm long. The tail is 4.9–5.9 inches 12–15 cm long. It weighs a ...

                                               

Aye-aye

The aye-aye is a lemur which lives in rain forests of Madagascar, a large island off the southeast coast of Africa. This solitary animal is nocturnal most active at night. The aye-aye spends most of its time in trees. During the day, it sleeps in ...

                                               

Beluga whale

The beluga whale is a small, toothed whale that is white as an adult. They are found in coastal areas of the Arctic Ocean, and travel south when the sea ice forms.

                                               

Bennetts tree-kangaroo

Bennetts tree-kangaroo is a large tree-kangaroo. Males can weigh from 11.5 kg up to almost 14 kg, and female about 8 to 10.6 kg. They are very agile and are able to leap 9 metres down to another branch. They have been known to drop as far as 18 m ...

                                               

Blacknose shark

The Blacknose shark is a species of requiem shark, in the genus Carcharhinus. Found along the eastern coast of the Americas, this species is found mainly in coastal waters over beds of seagrass, sandy flats, and shell or coral rubble. The Blackno ...

                                               

Blue shark

The blue shark is a species of requiem shark. It has a slim, smooth-looking body with large eyes, and a long, cone-shaped snout. The dorsal surface is a dark blue colour, and the belly is white. The largest blue sharks can reach lengths of up to ...

                                               

Brush-tailed rock-wallaby

The brush-tailed rock-wallaby or small-eared rock-wallaby is a kind of wallaby. It is one of several rock-wallabies in the genus Petrogale. It lives in the rocks and cliffs of the Australias Great Dividing Range from about 100 km north-west of Br ...

                                               

Bull shark

The Bull shark, or Zambezi shark, is a species of shark of the genus Carcharhinus. The shark grows to a maximum length of 11.5 feet 3.5 metres, but is usually 7.3-7.8 feet 2.2-2.3 metres long. It is found in tropical and subtropical coastal water ...

                                               

Emperor newt

The emperor newt is a highly toxic newt. It lives in southeast Asia. They live in pools and slow-moving streams in subtropical forests.They mostly are awake during night and sleep during the day. The emperor newt usually eats small insects. These ...

                                               

Fin whale

The fin whale is a huge baleen whale. It is the second largest animal on Earth. This whale is sometimes called the "greyhound of the sea" because of its fast swimming speed, it can swim up to 23 mph in short bursts. The fin whale is also called t ...

                                               

Galapagos shark

The Galapagos shark is a species of Requiem shark, in the order of Carcharhiniformes. The Galapagos shark is a large species, reaching a maximum length of up to 12.1 feet, and weighing up to 86 kg. This species is found in tropical waters surroun ...

                                               

Jaguar

The jaguar is a big cat which lives in South America and Central America. The jaguar is the third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion. It is also the largest and most powerful feline in the Western Hemisphere. Because of its spots, jaguar ...

                                               

Lemon shark

The Lemon shark is a shark that gets its name from its deep yellow back. Its belly is off-white. Lemon sharks are usually eight to ten feet long. They have long, sharp teeth for catching slippery fish. Lemon sharks are common on the southeast coa ...

                                               

Maned wolf

The maned wolf is the largest canid of South America. Its markings are like those of foxes, but it is not a fox or a wolf. It is the only type in the genus Chrysocyon, which means "golden dog". The maned wolf has long, thin legs and thick reddish ...

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