Posts Tagged: Wild Animal

African Elephants Biggest herbivore

Which is the biggest living creature on earth? It is a question that has dazzled man since the early ages. People often wonder about the Earth’s biggest fish, herbivore, cat, bird, reptile etc. Do you know that the Earth’s biggest water animal is not a fish or that the World’s biggest bird cannot fly? Read… Read More

Picture of 3 White Butterflies

Butterflies are magical creatures! They are one of the most beautiful insects of the animal kingdom. Not many animal lovers are aware of the fact that Butterflies have an extraordinary life cycle! Here is a brief description of each stage of the butterfly life cycle! Butterflies have always captured our imaginations. They come in hundreds of… Read More

Man and Tiger in playful mood.

Tigers are one of the most majestic creatures on earth. Even though tiger is the largest cat on earth, it is an endangered animal. Thousands of tigers have been killed by hunters and poachers in the last century. Most of the 3500 tigers alive today are found in Asian countries like India, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Thailand etc…. Read More

Cheetah - The fastet land animal

Animals are remarkable athletes! Their athletic skills and abilities are far superior than those of humans. Keeping this in in mind, we decided to host Animal Olympics this year! The competition was intense and neck-to-neck. Here is the ultimate list of the Champions of the Animal Kingdom. 1. Cheetah – The fastest land animal on… Read More

Penguins swimming in circles

Penguins are aquatic flightless birds living in the southern hemisphere especially in Antartica. They are highly adapted for life in the water, their wings have become flippers! Most penguins eat krill, fish, squid, and other animals underwater. They spend half of their lives in land and half in the oceans.  They are not only found… Read More

African-Elephants-1

According to a recent survey and research, the population of these African elephants, that currently number around 600,000, is decreasing by about 38,000 each passing year. These figures have been calculated using the annual number of illegal tusk seized, which have significantly exceeded the elephant birth rate, meaning these mammals could face complete extinction within… Read More