Crabs live on land and in all the waters of the world and especially in the tropical regions. They spend most of their time in freshwater.
They have eyes on short stalks and a hard protective carapace or covering of bone or chitin which covers the inner organs.
The lifespan of crabs is in the range of 8 to 13 years.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Are flat marine cartilaginous fishes in the phylum Chordate and composing the family Dasyatidae.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.
Are mostly semi-aquatic animals that belong to the same family as badgers, polecats, weasels and wolverines.
Are invertebrates that are most closely related to squid and cuttlefish.
Are land dwelling reptiles that belong to the order Testudines.
Are marine fin-footed mammals in the family Otariidae and have the ability to walk on all fours.
Are amphibians with a large head, large eyes and smooth moist skin.
Are tail-less amphibians with stout bodies and long hind limbs for leaping of the family Bugonidae.