Cougar Facts!

Cougar Facts! Cougars (also known as pumas and mountain lions) can jump, run and even swim, but unlike other large cats, they don’t roar — instead they purr like house...
coruja buraqueira - Burrowing Owl

Burrowing Owl Facts!

Burrowing Owl Facts! The burrowing owl is one of the smallest owls in North America — only slightly larger than an American robin. It has no ear tufts, but it...
Female Blond Tarantula

Arizona Blond Tarantula

Arizona Blond Tarantula... Arizona desert tarantulas, also called blonde tarantulas, may appear to be big, hairy and scary — they do have a leg span of 6 inches (15 centimeters),...
Addax antelope (aka white antelope & screwhorn antelope)

Addax antelope (also known as: white antelope & screwhorn antelope)

Addax antelope (aka white antelope & screwhorn antelope) Gravely Endangered Desert Antelope. They are the best desert-adapted of all antelopes since they can survive on very little water and diets of...

Dingo Facts!

Dingo Facts! Dingoes look very similar to domestic dogs. In fact, they are believed to be descended from semi-domesticated dogs that returned to the wild. They are found in Australia...

Deathstalker Scorpion Facts

Deathstalker Scorpion Facts! The deathstalker scorpion is found in the dry desert and scrubland areas of northern Africa and the Middle East, making its home under stones and in natural...

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