Chameleons are a type of lizard consisting of approximately 160 species.
This small and brightly colored fish is a member of the dragonet family. The mandarinfish is native to the Pacific.
The Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) is a South American parrot named for its brightly-colored feathers.
The European Crested Tit is distinct for its feathery-crest on top of its head, almost resembling a mohawk.
This diverse group of sea animals all come equipped with stinging cells.
The African animals are known for their striking black and white stripes.
The male peacock displays his impressive feathers in order to attract females.
This mantis is native to the rain forests of southeast Asia. Its four legs resemble flower petals and it is known for its ability to camouflage itself by mimicking the orchid flower.
This bird is commonly found in the wetlands in Africa.
Hunted for its meat, the Southern Crowned Pigeon is listed as "vulnerable" on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
A male giraffe can weigh in at 3,500 pounds at a staggering 16-20 feet.
The Iguana can range from 4 to 6 feet long from head to tail.
These white, fluffy birds have long s-shaped necks and can be found in most parts of the Americas.
This regal-looking member of the Cervidae family (deer) stands tall as he is photographed.
Tube-dwelling anemones or cerianthids may look like sea anemones, but they belong to a different subclass of anthozoans.
This common barn owl spreads its beautiful wings in flight.
These birds eat bees and live in colonies of 200.
The colorful bird is native to eastern Africa.
This frog is extremely popular in French cuisine.
The parrot is one of the most colorful birds.
The Arabian oryx is a kind of antelope with a distinct should bump and long, straight horns.
The Grey Crowned Crane is the only crane that can roost in trees. Its long hind toe helps it to hold onto branches.
The common octopus hunts for crabs and crayfish at dusk and easily blends in with its surroundings.
The Hummingbird is one of the world's smallest birds, measuring in at an average of 3-5 inches.
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