Clouded Leopard

Clouded leopards are a very interesting species of cat. Though they are not considered large cats, they do not perfectly fit within the small cat category either. Unlike big cats, they are smaller in body size, but they do have … Continued

Corn Snake

Corn snakes, or red rat snakes, are one of several species of rat snakes that live in the United States. They are powerful, nonvenomous snakes that feed on a variety of prey items, which they overpower by constriction. Some of … Continued

Common Brown Lemur

The common brown lemur is found on the island of Madagascar and its neighboring islands. This species of lemur lives in troops of 3-12 members. Unlike most other lemurs, the common brown lemur does not show signs of female dominance … Continued

Rose Breasted Cockatoo

The rose breasted (or galah) cockatoo is an Australian cockatoo species with distinctive pink and grey plumage. They are a highly intelligent, social and adaptable animal— bonded pairs have strong lifelong bonds with their partners. Like other cockatoos, the rose … Continued


While they are usually called peacocks, the correct name for this bird species is peafowl. Peacocks is the name for male species, while female peafowl are called peahens. In addition to the name confusion, there are actually three different species … Continued

Gopher Snake

The gopher snake is a nonvenomous constrictor native to North America. The gopher snake is one of the most widespread snakes in North America. Its range extends from the Atlantic to Pacific Oceans, as far north as southern Canada, and as … Continued

Red Ruffed Lemur

The red ruffed lemur inhabits deciduous tropical forests in the northeast area of Madagascar. This lemur species lives in trees and can be found in branches up to 3,300 feet in elevation! The red ruffed lemur is the largest species … Continued

Ring-Tailed Lemur

Like all species of lemurs, the ringtail lemur can only be found on the island of Madagascar and its neighboring islands. This lemur species live in troops of 10 to 30 members and is led by a dominant female. Although ringtail lemurs … Continued

Mountain Lion

This cat species has more names than any other animal in the world! Aside from mountain lion, they are commonly referred to as cougars, pumas, panthers and catamounts. Originally, mountain lions were found throughout North and South America in forests, swamps, … Continued

Grey Wolf

Although they are referred to as “grey” wolves, these canids actually range in color, from solid white and solid black to a mix of white, grey and brown. Grey wolves once roamed most of Europe, Asia and North America (even Texas!), though … Continued

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