Sloths are found in Central and South America in the rain forest canopy. The Linne’s two-toed sloth is found in such countries as Nicaragua, Columbia, Venezuela, Surinam, Guyana, French Guiana, North Central Brazil, and Northern Peru.
Skunks are adaptable to the point where they can exist in any number of wild or human-modified biomes. Woodland, grassland, farmland, and even urban environments are all suitable habitats for skunk.
The North African crested porcupine is nocturnal. They are very adaptable and can be found in forests, on plantations, in rocky or mountainous areas as well as in deserts.
Bongo are most active at dawn and dusk, and often forage near the edges of wooded areas. They normally shy in the wild and flee into the forest for cover at the slightest provocation.
The last populations of Tutong are found in India, Indonesia, Bangaladesh, and Malaysia. It is extinct in its former range of Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Singapore.
Sacred Baboons are common throughout northeastern Africa, but are extinct in the Nile region and Egypt, where they originally received their name and were worshiped by the ancient Egyptians.
The American Flamingo is certainly the most colorful and well known of the Flamingoes and is the type of Flamingo that greets the visitors to the Honolulu Zoo.
The Crowned Crane is a majestic bird with a yellow topknot on the crown, black plumage, white and yellow wing-coverts and a black forehead.
The African Spoonbill is a long-legged wading bird. Its height is 90 cm (36″). Its body is predominantly white, except for its red legs, face, and bill. Its wing is 365-403 mm long.
The Andean cock-of-the-rock is a large passerine bird of the cotinga family native to Andean cloud forests in South America. It is widely regarded as the national bird of Peru.