WILDLIFE FACTS

All about Penguins
Penguins might be the funniest birds in the world. They all live in the Southern Hemisphere. Not only in the South Pole but also in New Zealand, Australia, South America and lots of islands  (more)



Man of the forest: The ORANG-UTANS
The orang-utan is a beautiful and special animal. It is the only great ape that lives outside of Africa. (more)



Hornbills
Hornbills are easy to recognise. They are big, spectacular birds which live in Asia and Africa. They live in warm countries, mainly in the forest but a few live in open savanna. (more)


Tigers

The tiger is the largest member of the felid (cat) family. There were once eight subspecies: Caspian, Bengal, Indochinese, Chinese, Siberian, Sumatran, Javan and Bali. (more)


American Crocodile
American crocodiles are well-armored with tough, scaley skin. They are gray-green or olive-green with long, slender snouts, which distinguish them from their cousin the alligator. (more)


Sea Turtles
All sea turtles are protected by the Endangered Species Act, which lists all species as "endangered" except the loggerhead, which is listed as "threatened." (more)


Sea Otter

The sea otter has the thickest fur in the animal kingdom. Unlike other marine mammals, the sea otter does not have a layer of blubber (fat) to help keep it warm. (more)

 

Black Rhino
The Black Rhino isn't black, and the White Rhino isn't white... they are both grey!! (more)

 

Bears
There are all kinds of bears. Small and big, very dangerous and less so. Most of the bears live in the forest, except for the Polar bear. (more)