Black Bear deciding to snooze for a bit
Is It Lunch Time Yet?
Who Are All These People?
I Must Be Famous. Let Me Smile For The Camera
King Of The Jungle
Time For A Grooming Since I Am King
Here Kitty Kitty Kitty
Can You Tell I Am Built For Speed?
On The Lookout
Finally!!! A Rhino That Moves
A Rhino No Longer On The Run
Did You Know Jaguars Are Also Native To Texas??
Time For Lunch
What Is This, You Say?
It is a "Fossa"
Kenyan Crested Guineafowl
Bateleur is a French word, meaning tightrope walker. This eagle got its name from the way it flies, often tipping its wings, rather like tightrope walker with outstretched arms, trying to keep balance.
Malard Duck Scoping Out For Predators
Mallard Duck Checking Out His Kingdom
Common Crowned Pigeon
Did you know that Magpie geese are the only waterfowl (ducks, geese, swams) to bring food to their young?
What Is That Half Zebra Half Giraffe Thing?
It's an Okapi
Why the striped rump? In their dense forest home, the Okapi's stripes help them blend into the shadows and escape danger.
It's tongue is over 12" long and is great for stripping leaves from trees and grooming its eyes and ears.
Fewer than 30,000 exist in the wild edit
Porcupines are part of the rodent family. Their quills range from just one inch to over 12 inches.
Warthogs can run over 30mph!!! Their curved razor sharp tusks are also used to dig up bulbs and roots.
I Live For The Mud. If There is mud I will find it. Hmm, sound like a Leonberger?
Ahh, I hear mud baths are good for you
Look at those teeth!!!
Goodfellow's Tree Kangaroo
Yes, a kangaroo that lives in trees!!!! With heavier tails and much stronger front legs than other kangaroos, tree kangaroo climb with ease.
Having longer claws and soft pads on their feet, gripping branches is no problem for this roo.
One of my favorite animals
Can you see this bird?
Its a Tawny Frogmouth?
Having soft feathers to help in camouflage.
Assumes the appearance of a dead tree limb
When still, almost impossible to see
A Wig? Oh Gosh No, It's All Mine!!!
Posing for the camera
Don't Come Near Me, I Bite