- A-Z Animals
The Golden lion tamarin or golden marmoset as alternately called gets its name after the golden on its face and body giving it a lion-like look.
The ring-tailed lemur, easily recognizable from its black and white striped tail, is an icon of Madagascar. Referred to as "maky" in the local langua
The lion-tailed macaque, also known as wanderoo, is a species of Old-World monkeys. This primate belongs to the family Cercopithecidae and is native
The emperor tamarin is a species of small New World monkeys that are distinguished by their long, white hairs and whiskers that resemble a mustache.
The gelada, also famous as gelada baboon, is a species of monkeys that belong to the primate family Cercopithecidae (Old World Monkey). Although the
The margay is a species of small wild cats that belong to the genus Leopardus of the family Felidae. Although it resembles its near relatives, the oc
The giant pangolin, also called giant ground pangolin, is the largest of all the scaly anteater or pangolin species in the world today. Its body, lik
The Large Flying Fox is a species of large fruit bats that are found in parts of Southeast Asia. They get their name from their elongated face that e
The Sika Deer is a medium-sized Asian herbivore, but found across the world – either native or introduced – and in several subspecies, with the l