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Did you know the saki monkey lives in South America and has black, gray, or reddish brown fur but a naked, furless face? Are you trying to learn what type of animal a kinkajou is and how it can see so well at night? The interactive map of Miami Metro Zoo’s new exhibit, Amazon and Beyond, has got you covered! Read the featured animal profiles of the various birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals that live there.
From the endangered harpy eagle and its six foot long wingspan, to the pacu fish and its human-like teeth, there are plenty of animal wonders to discover. When you’re done, there’s even more interactive fun to check out with the full map of the entire zoo. Learn more about animals such as the Giant Eland, the world’s largest antelope, and other countless exotic —and sometimes downright strange— animals with a simple click of the mouse.
It goes without saying that every animal on Earth is special. Whether it’s a neighborhood cat or dog, or the flying squirrel-like Colugo from Malaysia, every animal in nature has distinct traits and abilities that make it downright amazing. The many animal profiles in Zoobooks Animal Wonders show just a small amount of the countless wonderful and amazing creatures on our planet. Some look or behave in ways we might find strange, but more often than not these qualities are exactly what help an animal survive best on Earth.
Whether it’s how they act, eat, or interact with their habitat, animals around the world are endlessly different from one another. They all have unique ways of getting food, having babies, moving around, and defending themselves. Animals that you might see every day and normally take for granted may be an animal or species someone else finds very foreign and interesting. If you really look at the creatures around you, from bugs and fish to birds and mammals, you will quickly see they all have something beautiful about them. They are all animal wonders.