Harp Seals are true seals that are also known as saddleback seal or Greenland seal. They are very social animals and enjoy the company of other seals.
Sloths are a group of arboreal (tree-dwelling) mammals found in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America.
Sea turtles have been living in the oceans for the last 110 million years. They are integral part of the marine ecosystems (the coral reefs and seagrass beds) and predators of the jellyfish.
Nervous System helps the brain and the spinal cord in sending and receiving messages from the various parts of the body.
Tasmanian Devil is an unusual mammal that is found in island state of Tasmania. Among all the carnivorous marsupials in the world, it is the largest. It lives alone and mainly feed on dead animals.
Heart is a very important organ in our body. It is a muscular organ that pumps blood to every other part of the body.
Also known as the scaly ant-eater, Pangolin is the only mammal whose body is completely covered in protective scales. They feed one ants and termites. They roll their body into a tight ball when threatened.
Gray wolves are predecessors of our domestic dogs. They are highly social animals that live in close nuclear packs. They are are elegant predators and considered as the symbol of wilderness.
Duckbill Platypus is a semi-aquatic, egg laying mammal that is found only in Australia. It has a bill and webbed feet like a duck, a tail like a beaver and body like an otter. They are also venomous.
Howler Monkeys are known for their loud howl (sound), which can be heard at a distance of up to 5 km. We can say that they are the loudest monkeys in the world.
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