The tongue’s upper surface has small bumps on it which enables the lion to hold on to meat while eating and to remove parasites when grooming.
The Sumatran tiger is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra in habitat that ranges from lowland forest to sub mountain and mountain forest including some peat moss forests.
Lemurs are found only on the east African island of Madagascar. They live in the dry woodland districts with a seven to eight month dry season.
Orangutans spend their lives in the tropical forest canopy 20 to 100 feet off the ground. It is assumed that one of the reasons for this, is because the tigers would be its main natural predator.
Common chimpanzees are very social animals and have a male-bonded society. All adult males are dominant over all females. Females do not develop strong social bonds with each other like the males do.
Adult males weigh 10-20 lbs, females are slightly smaller. Dense fluffy fur keeps these animals cool in hot temperatures, and also presents a larger image to predators.
Wart Hogs prefer plains regions and avoid forests. They inhabit Africa south of the Sahara except at the southern tip of the continent.
Siamangs range through southeastern Asia and are found in some numbers in the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra.
The horns of a ram usually curve outward. Some breeds, however, are hornless and in other breeds, both rams and ewes have horns. Sheep walk on their hoofs, which are divided into two toes.
Grant’s zebra is one of several sub-species of Plains zebras. Grant’s zebras are numerous throughout a very wide area in Africa south of the Sahara.