Found in the Mediterranean, North and Baltic Seas.
It's a Dingo!
An Australian wild dog.
These ginormous beasts tend to hang in the Amazon River.
Chilean Rose Tarantula!
Also known as the Rose Hair Tarantula, these bad boys live around desert areas of Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile.
These adorable little red pandas roam around Southern and Central Asia.
These nocturnal tiny foxes live in the Sahara of Africa.
These are Okapi!
Okapis, also known as Forest Zebras, are a strange giraffe mix, and are native around Central Africa. Unfortunetaly, the okapi's status is currently endangered.
These nocturnal mammals are from Africa, once again. The Afrikaans language named the aardvark, it's English translation being "earth pig".
That's an emu!
Emus are native to Australia, and next to the ostrich, emus are the second largest bird walking the earth, it's height up to 5.7 inches!
Sea urchins, sometimes known as sea hedgehogs, are spiky living small spheres that live all around the world in water, such as places like coral reefs, kelp forests, and rocks in the water.
Emperor penguins are tallest and heaviest penguins of it's kind. They are one of few mammals that live in Antarctica. The picture shown are young Emperor penguins!
It's a Liger!
Ligers are a mix between a male lion and a female tiger. This interesting hybrid only exists within captivity, because ligers don't mate with each other on their own. Also, ligers can reproduce, but need a c-section because liger cubs are so big. There are somewhere around 100 ligers currently, 30 of them belonging to the United States, and another 20 in China.
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