Wild Animals Information

Embark on a virtual safari to learn about the majestic animals of the savannah, from lions and elephants to giraffes and zebras.

Moose

Moose (Alces alces) are the largest deer species, known for their massive antlers and preference for colder climates of the Northern Hemisphere.

Wapiti

Wapiti, or Elk (Cervus canadensis), roam forests and grasslands, playing a significant role in ecosystem dynamics with their grazing.

Pronghorn

Tigers, the largest big cats, have powerful builds and distinctive dark stripes on reddish-orange fur.

Black Bear

Black Bears (Ursus americanus) are versatile omnivores, adapting to forests and mountainous areas across North America.

Brown Bear

Brown Bears (Ursus arctos) are formidable predators, ranging from North America to Eurasia, with diverse diets and habitats.

American Bison

The American Bison (Bison bison) symbolizes the North American wilderness, having rebounded from near extinction to thrive in grasslands.

Wolf

Wolves (Canis lupus) maintain ecosystem balance as social predators across the Northern Hemisphere's diverse habitats.

Eagle

Eagles, with their keen eyesight and powerful build, are top predators in diverse global habitats.

Lynx

Lynxes are elusive, solitary cats of the Northern Hemisphere, adept in forest and tundra

Raccoon

Raccoons (Procyon lotor) thrive in both wild and urban settings across North America, recognized for their dexterous paws and 'masked' faces.

Alligator

American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) are apex predators in freshwater ecosystems of the southeastern United States.

Cougar

Cougars (Puma concolor), solitary and elusive, occupy a wide range of habitats from Canada to South America, adept at climbing and stealth.

Kangaroo

Marsupials known for powerful hind legs and social mobs, kangaroos symbolize Australia's unique wildlife.

Koala

Koalas are tree-loving, eucalyptus-eating Australian marsupials, renowned for their prolonged sleep.

Giraffe

Giraffes, the tallest mammals, are distinguished by long necks and unique patterns, roaming African savannas.

Lion

African lions, known as jungle kings, live in prides, displaying profound social bonds and hunting prowess.

Tiger

Majestic Tigers, the largest big cats, are solitary hunters with striking orange and black-striped coats.

Grey Wolf

Iconic Grey Wolves exhibit complex pack dynamics, apex predators roaming the northern hemisphere's forests.

Jaguar

Muscular Jaguars, with their rosette-patterned coats, are adept hunters in Americas' forests and rivers.

Cheetah

The Cheetah, Earth's fastest land animal, combines speed and stealth for daylight hunts across savannas.

Black Leopard

Elusive Black Leopards, or melanistic leopards, blend into the shadows of Asia and Africa's dense forests.

White Tiger

White Tigers, with their stunning white fur and blue eyes, result from a rare genetic variation in Bengal tigers.

White Wolf

With its magnificent pure white fur, the White Wolf is celebrated for its elegance and strength in its natural habitat.

White Lion

With its striking pale fur and piercing gaze, the white lion exudes an enchanting beauty that captivates all who behold it.

Leopard

Leopards, muscular and sleek, have unique black spots for camouflage. Males weigh 60-70 kg, females 30-60 kg, with varying colors by habitat.

Giant Panda

Iconic Chinese bears, giant pandas, noted for black-and-white fur and a 'pseudo-thumb' for bamboo, their main food source.