Water Moccasin Snake
This venomous snake can be very deadly. Avoid at any cost when nearing a pond or lake, they live most of their life in water. The Water Moccasin Snake can grow to 71 inches, but very rarely does that happen. The Largest recorded was 74 inches, typically the head of the snake is very long with a blunt snout and vary in coloration depending on the location they live in. continue
Like birds Sea Lions travel in flocks, many can been seen hanging around big harbors. Large groups of sea lions like gather to feed and bask in the sun. Majority live in the coastal areas where the food supply is abundant. Surprisingly Sea lions choose to be close to land so they can rest from swimming. They are able to walk on land because of their 4 flippers. continue
This cat has broad ears and a flat face depending on the breed. The Himalayan cat can also be considered a Persian cat because of having the same color pattern of Siamese cat. It got this color because of crossbreeding between Persians and Siamese cats in the 1950’s. continue
Black Bears are very well adapted for finding and gathering food. They have a keen sense of smell, powerful forearms, long claws, tremendous endurance, and are adept with their tongue and paws. As a result, black bears can dig out plant tubers or small rodents, tear apart rotten logs to find grubs, climb trees and break off branches to gather nuts, “pick” raspberries and blueberries, and travel long distances in search of new food resources. They’re also very opportunistic eaters, and will hunt for fish shown in the video.
Believed to be related to the elephant, the woolly mammoth had had giants tusks as well. Much more curved compare to the elephant, but used for the same purpose of collecting food and fighting predators. It is predicted that the woolly mammoth went extinct in 1700 BC.
Sea turtles are found in all of the major oceans and smaller seas with the exception of the Arctic Circle as it is generally too cold for sea turtles as they tend to prefer more temperate waters. The bigger species of sea turtle are found more in the Southern Hemisphere in the tropical, warmer waters. continue
American Black bear
This large Carnivore lives in the swamps, forests, tundra, and sometimes the Pacific Northwest. They would normally be seen close to towns and suburbs where they can access food from storage buildings or cars. Out of the species of bears the American Black Bear is the smallest and most frightened. When approached by humans Black Bears rather flee than attack, with that being said they are still dangerous.
The spider monkey is found in the tropical jungles of South America, from Southern Mexico to Brazil. The spider monkey generally dos not enter the further southern regions of South America as the terrain becomes mountainous and not to the spider monkey’s taste.There are four different types of spider monkey, all of which are fairly large in size and get to around 50cm tall, plus the spider monkey’s tail which can often grow longer than the spider monkey’s body. continue
One of the larger species of snakes in the world is the Burmese Python. It is ranked as the #6 largest of all snakes in the world. It is used all over the world for their skins and so they are frequently hunted in the wild. They are also kept as snakes by those that enjoy exotic creatures. They don’t have venom but that doesn’t mean a bite won’t hurt. continue
Barn owls (Tytonidae) are a group of owls that have a heart-shaped face, long legs and powerful talons. Barn owls are medium-sized birds with a wingspan of about 3½ feet. Most species have darker, orange-brown plumage on their head and back and paler feathers on their face and belly. The shape of a barn owl’s face helps to gather and amplify sounds from their surroundings. continue