Water buffalos originated in Asia but are also seen in Africa, Australia, Europe and North America.
These animals live in herds and stick close together when chased by predators. They are gregarious and not territorial animals.
Water buffalos have enormous backward-curving horns that can stretch up to five feet. These horns have several deep ridges on their surface. Water buffalos have a long tail and dirty-white ‘stockings’ up to their knees.
Are large bovines with droopy ears and low curved horns.
Are medium-sized African antelopes that can leap to a height of 10 feet or 33 feet ahead when running.
Are members of the antelope family and have long faces, long black horns and a short tail with beard like hair on their chins.
Are called the desert ships and they can swim when they encounter water and also carry 200 – 300 kg of baggage on their backs.
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Belong to the family Giraffidae and are easily recognizable because of their tall profile and long neck.
Are the most garrulous pinnipeds or marine mammals with broad heads, flippers, short muzzle, small eyes, tusks and whiskers.
Are marsupial animals belonging to the Macropodidae family which means “big feet” and found mainly in Australia and New Guinea.
Are wooly, horned ruminant grazing mammals that may be wild or domesticated.