Silkworms are really caterpillars, the larval form of a moth.
The panther chameleon is a species of chameleon from the forests of Madagascar.
Yaks are bovids adapted to life at high altitudes in the Himalayas.
The radiated tortoise is a species of large tortoise from Madagascar.
Ostriches are the largest flightless birds currently in existence.
There are many species of field crickets which all look alike, especially to us humans.
African Penguins really are from Africa. Contrary to the popular belief not all penguins live on Antarctica.
The American alligator is a large crocodilian from the United States.
Trumpeter swans are a North American species of swan.
The African spurred tortoise is the largest tortoise in Africa.
The grizzly bear is the North American subspecies of the brown bear.
The common snapping turtle lives everywhere on the eastern side of North America.
Olive baboons are the most widespread baboon species in Africa.
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The Hartmann’s mountain zebra are classified by taxonomists as a subspecies of the mountain zebra.
The 2014 Canadian Reptile and Exotic Pet Breeders Expo took place in the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, on the 13-15 of September 2014.
Przewalski’s horses are wild horses from Mongolia.
The dromedary is the other species of camel beside the Bactrian camel mentioned earlier on this blog.
The Grévy’s zebra is the largest species of zebra and in fact the largest wild equid.
The thorny devil stick insect is a large stick insect from New Guinea and other nearby islands.