Bowhead Whale Facts: Discover The Arctic Whale With The Largest Mouth In The Animal Kingdom!

Bowhead Whale Facts

With a lifespan of over 200 years, the bowhead whale is thought to be the world’s longest living mammal. It’s also one of the largest living animals, and the animal with the largest mouth.

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Olive Baboon Facts, Pictures & In-Depth Information

Olive Baboon Facts

One of five species of baboon, the olive baboon is a species of monkey found in equatorial Africa. It is predominantly a savanna species, living in groups known as troops that typically contain 20 to 60 animals, but which can be significantly larger.

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White Rhinoceros Facts, Pictures & In-Depth Information. Discover one of Africa’s most iconic animals.

The white rhinoceros is the largest of the five living rhino species. It is found in the savannas of southern Africa, where it spends most of its time grazing and wallowing in mud. The species is targeted by poachers, and at the time of writing only two northern white rhinos (one of the species’ two subspecies) are left, meaning the subspecies is virtually extinct.

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Harbor Seal Facts, Pictures, Video & In-Depth Information.

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Harbor seal facts, pictures & in-depth info. The harbor seal (also known as the common seal) is marine mammal found in coastal regions of both North America and Europe. With a streamlined body and a layer of blubber for insulation, the species is fully adapted for a marine lifestyle. Individual harbor seals can be identified by their unique pattern of spots.

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Western Gorilla Facts, Pictures & In-Depth Information

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The western gorilla is a critically endangered primate found in the forests of Central Africa. Despite its fearsome appearance, the species is mainly herbivorous. The Cross River gorilla, one of two western gorilla subspecies, is the world’s most endangered great ape.

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Ringed Seal Facts, Pictures & In-Depth Information: Discover The Most Common Arctic Seal

ringed seal facts

The ringed seal is the most common seal in the Arctic. Rarely venturing onto land, the species spends most of its time either hunting in the cold Arctic waters, or ‘hauled out’ on the ice.

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South American Coati Facts, Pictures & Information. Meet A South American Rainforest Mammal

south american coati facts

If you’re in a South American rainforest and come across a group of cat-sized mammals searching for food among the leaf litter then the chances are they’ll be South American coatis.

These long-nosed, stripy-tailed mammals are members of the Raccoon family. They spend the day foraging on the forest floor before making their way back into the rainforest canopy at night…

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