Wolves belong to the dog family which includes coyotes, foxes and jackals and they are the largest in the wild canine family.
These animals live in packs and are family-oriented. The male and the female of the pack are known as ‘Alphas’.
They can live up to 10 years. These animals are prone to infections and disease such as rabies and distemper.
Are small wild canine animals that have a bushy tail and red, brown or grayish colored fur.
Are genuses of even-toed ungulates (hooved) within the family Suidae.
Are gregarious plant-eating mammals belonging to the order lagomorphs and family Leporidae.
Have been around for 2 million years but considered an endangered species with only about 4,000 surviving in the wild today.
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Are wooly, ruminant mammals belonging to the genus Ovis of the family Bovidae.
are domesticated South American camelids, widely used as meat and pack animals by Andean cultures since pre-Hispanic times.
Are Artiodactyle ruminant mammals of the family Cervidae, commonly known as the deer family.
Are legendary wild-dogs of Australia though they are also found in South East Asia.