Black-tailed Jackrabbit

The Black-tailed Jackrabbit, also known as the American desert hare, is a common hare of the western United States and Mexico. It is one of the fastest land animals, reaching speeds up to 72kmph. Its diet is composed of shrubs, small trees, grasses, and forbs.

Arctic Fox

The Arctic fox is also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow fox. They live in large dens in frost-free, slightly raised ground. Arctic foxes generally eat any small animal they can find, including lemmings, voles, other rodents, hares, birds, eggs, fish, and carrion.

Meerkat

The meerkat or suricate is a small mongoose found in southern Africa. Meerkats are highly social, and form packs of two to 30 individuals each that occupy home ranges around 5 km² (1.9 sq mi) in area. they are insectivorous.

Noctule

The common noctule is a species of insectivorous bat common throughout Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Common noctule bats mainly eat beetles, moths and winged ants.

African Bush Elephant

It is a herbivore, feeding on grasses, creepers, herbs, leaves, and bark. Young bulls gradually separate from the family unit when they are between 10 and 19 years old. They range alone for some time or form all-male groups. Endangered.

Wild Boar

The Indian boar, also known as the Andamanese pig or Moupin pig, is a subspecies of wild boar native to Indian subcontinent. The Indian boar differs from its European counterpart by its large mane which runs in a crest along its back from its head to lower body, larger, more sharply featured and straighter skull, its smaller, sharper ears and overall lighter build.

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