MAMMALS

MAMMALS
African Buffalo
Meet one animal that can really throw its weight around.

Anteater
The anteater’s 2-foot tongue: the stuff insect nightmares are made of.

Armadillo
The animal kingdom’s knight in not-so-shining armor.

Baboon
One group of monkeys you really don’t want to mess with.

Badger
The badger: one baaad burrower, you dig?

Bat
Flying insects: meet your worst nightmare.

Beaver
One animal that most definitely gives a dam.

Bison
Get to know the bison, the largest animal in North America.

Black Bear
Meet the black bear, champion of the six month “nap.”

Bobcat
Here, kitty kitty? Be careful for what you wish for!

Camel
Meet a mammal that’s been molded by heat and sand.

Caribou
The caribou: poster child for antler equality.

Cheetah
The turbo-charged muscle car of the animal world.

Chimpanzee
Meet Jane Goodall’s BFF: the chimpanzee.

Cougar
And no, we don’t mean females 40+ seeking males under 30.

Coyote
Caution: known more for tricks than for treats.

 

Deer
Wouldn’t you be startled by bright headlights too?

Dolphin
Inspiring “oops” tattoos on college girls since 1983.

Elephant
One animal that never forgets to pack its trunk.

Fox
Cute, cunning and undeniably foxey.

Gazelle
“Jump around, jump up jump up and get down!”

Giant Panda
A top contender or the world’s most adorable animal.

Giraffe
Hey beanstalk, how’s the weather up there?

Gorilla
The gorilla: proof that tough exteriors bely tender hearts.

Grizzly Bear
You gonna eat that salmon? How about those berries?

Hippopotamus
Move over lions. Meet Africa’s most dangerous animal.

Horse
Hey horse, why the long face? Get to know the horse.

Hyena
What’s so funny? Ask this constantly cackling carnivore.

Jackal
Jackals: the vultures of the dog world? Not necessarily!

Jaguar
Meet this musclebound meat-eater of the Americas.

Kangaroo
Spring-loaded hop-a-holic seeks bounce-addicted uber-jumper.

Koala
The koala: an adorable bundle of fur, and yet so much more
Lemur
Have you heard? Ring-tailed is the new black.

Leopard
Covered in spots, yet difficult to spot. Meet the ironic leopard.

Lion
King of the jungle? The lion certainly thinks so!

Lynx
Get to know this fine-tuned, fearsome feline terror.

Manatee
Hey! Who you calling a sea cow? Meet the manatee.

Meerkat
Warning: may cause hardcore fanaticism.

Monkey
Monkeys: too smart for their own good? Maybe!

Moose
That’s quite a rack! Behold the awesomely-antlered moose.

Mountain Goat
Solid. Rock solid. Meet the sure-footed mountain goat.

Orangutan
The orangutan: red-headed step child of the primate family?

Orca
What’s black and white and swims all over? It’s the orca!

Otter
Otters at play! Stand back and try not to look so envious.

Platypus
Dear platypus: Bird? Mammal? Reptile? Pick one! Love, us.

Polar Bear
The polar bear: proving you can wear white after Labor Day.

Porcupine
Known for keeping its predators on pins and needles.

Prairie Dog
Welcome to Tunnel Town dawg! (Or is that “dog”?)

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Rabbit
The rabbit: taking over meadows by leaps and bounds.

Raccoon
Who was that masked animal? Perhaps it was this one!

Rhinoceros
One animal that has every right to toot its own horn.

Sea Lion
Acrobats of the sea or absolute beach bums? You decide!

Seal
The seal: sluggish on land, but spectacular in the sea.

Skunk
The skunk: one animal that can really raise a stink.

Sloth
In the sloth’s world, there’s no such thing as rush hour.

Tasmanian Devil
Tornado of trouble or misunderstood marsupial? Find out!

Tiger
The tiger: always en vogue with its one-of-a-kind stripes.

Walrus
Packing the greatest pair of ice picks this side of the equator.

Warthog
One pig that’s not about to win any beauty contests.

Whale
Thar’ she blows! Dive into the wonderful world of whales.

Wildebeest
The wildebeest: the master of mammalian mass migration.

Wolf
Talk about a bad rep! Meet the not-so-big, not-so-bad wolf.

Wolverine
It slices! It dices! But wait, there’s more! Meet the wolverine.

Wombat
Burrowing its way into the hearts of animal lovers everywhere.

Zebra
One horse that really likes to stand out. Or is that camouflage?

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