Black Rhinoceros Interesting Facts:
Nearing extinction, the black rhinoceros has long been hunted for its horns, thought, in some cultures, to possess magical and medicinal qualities.
Black Footed Ferret Fun Facts:
With its long, slender body, the black-footed ferret easily searches the burrows and tunnels of its favorite prey, the prairie dog.
Facts About Black Bears:
Mother black bears are notoriously protective of their cubs, who stay with their mothers for about two years.
Bengal Tiger Informative Facts:
A mother Bengal tiger and her cub rest in the tall grass of a meadow. Tiger cubs remain with their mothers for two to three years before dispersing to find their own territory.
Beluga Whale Fun Facts:
The beluga, or white whale, is one of the smallest species of whale. Their distinctive color and prominent foreheads make them easily identifiable.
Interesting Facts About Beavers:
Holding a twig in its claws, a beaver gnaws the bark with its sharp teeth. Beavers are one of the largest rodents on Earth.
Bactrian Camel Informational Facts:
The endangered two-humped Bactrian camel inhabits the deserts of Central and East Asia.
Amazing Information On Baboons:
Olive baboons, like this mother and baby, are one of five baboon species. All live in Africa or Arabia.
Aye Aye Interesting Facts:
Sharp claws on all their fingers help nocturnal aye-ayes cling to their treetop homes.
Unbelievable Facts About Asian Lion:
Only 200 or so Asian lions exist in the wild. A former royal reserve, India’s Gir Forest, is the last home of this lion subspecies.