Mammals

Mammals are those warm blooded air-breathing vertebrate animals that are categorized by their hair, three middle ear bones, and the mother nurse their young ones with milk.

Black-Rhinoceros

Black Rhino Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) is a native mammal of Africa that is typically found in the savanna vegetation of southwest Cape to Somaliland....
japanese macaque

Japanese Macaque Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata) or snow monkey is a native species of Japan. It is a New World Monkey. The macaque is thought...
javan rhino facts

Javan Rhino Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus) lives in the lowland rainforests of the Southeast Asia but it is a rare rhino species. The animal is...
yellow tailed woolly monkey facts

Yellow Tailed Woolly Monkey Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Behavior

The yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda) is one of the rare primate species belong to the New World. The monkey is native to Peru....
sumatran rhino facts

Sumatran Rhino Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) is the world’s smallest rhino species. Once distributed in the swamps and rainforests of Thailand, China, Maynmar, Laos, Bangladesh,...
woolly rhino facts

Woolly Rhino Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) believed to be around for thousands of years. It had even existed during the Ice Age. The woolly rhino...
pygmy hippopotamus

Pygmy Hippo Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The pygmy hippopotamus (Hexaprotodon liberiensis) is one of the smallest hippo species. It is mainly found in the swamps of West Africa. The animal...
white rhino facts

White Rhino Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) is the largest living rhino species with the heaviest specimen ever recorded at 3,600 kilograms. The southern white rhinos...
different types of lions

Types of Lions | Different Types of Lions

The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the five big cats that are admired not only for their beauty but also for the harm...

White Lion Facts | White Lion is not a Lion Species  

The white lion is not a subspecies of lion instead it is a rare color mutation of the Transnvaal lion (Panthera leo krugeri). They...
star nosed mole facts

Star-nosed Mole Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata) is a short-bodied small mole found in the extreme southeastern Georgia. It appears to have a snout which the...

Mountain Pygmy Possum Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus) is the largest of the family Burramyidae with adults weighing up to 40 grams. It has grey-brown dense...
opossum facts for kids

Opossum Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The opossum (Didelphimorphia) is a medium-sized terrestrial marsupial with long naked tail. In the Western Hemisphere they make up the largest marsupial order. They...
echidna facts for kids

Echidna Facts For Kids | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

The echidna (Tachyglossidae) is a small to medium-sized invertebrate. Along with platypus, it is the world’s only egg-laying mammal. Sometimes echidnas are also called...
sloth facts for kids

Sloth Facts For Kids | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

Sloths (Megalonychidae) are the medium-sized mammals that occur in the tropical rainforests of the Central and South America. Sloths are unique in their physical...
gray whale facts

Gray Whale Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

Gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) are the most primitive of the baleen whales. They are twice the size of orcas. Biologists however believe that gray...
numbat facts

Numbat Facts | Numbat Diet, Habitat, Behavior, Reproduction

The numbat (Myrmecobiidae) is a specialized termite-eating animal that is typically found in the extreme southwestern Australia towards the southern half of Australia. Numbats...
Capybara

Capybara Facts | Anatomy, Diet, Habitat, Behavior

Capybaras (Hydrochaeridae) are the world’s largest rodents weighing more than 60 kilograms. They are found in the lowlands of Panama ranging from South America...
amazon river dolphin facts

Amazon River Dolphin Facts | Pink River Dolphin

Amazon River dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) is the world’s largest river dolphin with the length reaching at 225 cm. The males are significantly greater in...
are zebras endangered

Are Zebras Endangered | Saving Zebras

Zebras are the species of African equids and they are separated by their unique black and white stripes. They are medium-sized herbivores with long...

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