Affenpinscher Facts

The affenpinscher, or monkey terrier, has a domed skull, short muzzle, cropped ears, a sturdy body, and a shaggy coat. … Read more

African Civet Facts

The African Civet, also known as the Civettictis Civetta, is a big member of the civet family (viverrid) that is … Read more

Addax facts

The addax is an antelope mammal native to the Sahara Desert with long, twisted horns. In arid environments, semideserts, and … Read more

Abyssinian Facts

The Abyssinian cat breed is distinctive in appearance, with long, lean, finely colored fur and large erect ears. They are … Read more

Aardwolf Facts

Aardwolves are insectivorous hyenas native to East and South Africa. They are also called maanhaar-jackals, termite-eating hyenas, and civet hyenas. … Read more

Alpaca Facts

The alpaca is a species of South American camelid mammal. It is closely related to the llama and can crossbreed … Read more

Bighorn Sheep Facts

Bighorn Sheep are large mammals with short brown fur and white muzzles. They have rough hoof bottoms for a natural … Read more

Porcupine Facts

Porcupines have coats of sharp spines that protect them from predation.  They live in woodlands and forests where they eat … Read more

Blue Monkey Facts

Blue Monkeys enjoy eating plants; however, they prefer a certain plant variety. The Blue Monkey is found most in the … Read more

Otter Facts

An otter is a small, slender semiaquatic mammal that can be found in marine, freshwater, and estuarine environments. They have … Read more

Mole Facts

A mole is a small mammal with a rounded, stocky body and short tail, small eyes and ears, dense fur … Read more

Bobcat Facts

Bobcats are generally nocturnal, although they may be active on occasion during the day. The species is territorial and persists … Read more

Sloth Bear Facts

A sloth bear is a solitary mammal found in the tropical forests of Asia. It has a long snout, and … Read more

Black Bear Facts

The black bear is a medium-sized bear that’s native to North America. They live in the forests, swamps, and meadows … Read more