Did you know that the dingo is a subspecies of the grey wolf? This page contains dingo facts and information, and is part of our Australian Animals series. Read on to learn more about this awesome Aussie apex predator…
Today is World Tapir Day, and to show our support we have produced a FREE printable tapir fact sheet.
Printable animal fact sheets to download – free gift for all Active Wild subscribers.
Awesome Animals contains fact sheets on 10 of the most amazing animals on the planet. Packed full of quick facts, in-depth information and pictures, it’s an awesome resource for animal fans, teachers and parents.
There’s a free sample polar bear fact sheet below (no sign-up required).
Predation isn’t just something that happens on the African plains: it can happen in your own backyard too!
Here is a video that we filmed just outside the house. The sparrowhawk had recently caught the blackbird, and had flown into the tree with its prey.
Iguanas are large lizards that live in the forests of Central and South America. They have sharp teeth and long, powerful tails, but despite their fearsome looks are mainly herbivorous (plant-eating). Lets learn more facts about iguanas.
Sloths are tree-dwelling mammals that live in the rainforests of South and Central America. In this article, which is part of our Rainforest Animals series, we’ll look at the sloth’s life and habitat, and learn where it fits within the rainforest ecosystem. At the end is a list of sloth facts for kids.
Spring is a great time of year to get out and see some awesome wildlife. On Sunday, the sun was shining and the birds were singing, so Farmer Tin decided to get out into the countryside and see what he could find …
Piranhas are small fish with a big reputation — and big teeth! Piranhas are freshwater fish, and live in the rivers and streams of South America.
This article contains piranha facts and information, and is part of our Rainforest Animals series.
The piranha’s fearsome reputation is partly due to fact, and partly due to fiction. Although piranhas are predatory, they are also just as likely to be preyed on by other animals.
Do you need to be careful when you go swimming in the rainforest? Read on to find out …