Badger

Badger

Badgers are short-legged, bad-tempered mammals. They're covered in a thick coat of white fur with a black stripe across their back. Their large front teeth and flat nails help them dig burrows deep enough to escape predators, but they also like to wallow in mud...
Narwhal

Narwhal

Narwhals are medium to large whales with a long, straight over-shot or "tusk" from their left upper jaw and one in their right. They feed primarily on squid and small fish by stabbing them with their tusks, which are up to a meter long.Narwhals have a single...
Blue Whale

Blue Whale

The Blue Whale is a marine animal believed to be the largest animal in existence. In fact, these massive mammals are larger than most prehistoric dinosaurs!   Blue Whales belong to the order Artiodactyla and the family Balaenopteridae (or Rorquals), along with the...
Sparrow

Sparrow

Sparrows are a common sight throughout the world. They can easily be recognized because they live close to people. This bird species originated from North Africa. Unlike most birds, you can hardly spot sparrows in deserts or forests; they prefer living near humans....
Burmese Python

Burmese Python

You’ll recognize the Burmese Python thanks to the dark brown patches and two lines running horizontally across its head. Here are 10 fun facts you probably didn’t know about these reptiles.  Fun Facts about the Burmese Python Burmese Pythons are pro swimmers! Burmese...