’Io prefer to hunt from tall perches that they use to survey their prey; however, they are known to dive at targets from mid-flight if the opportunity presents itself. are territorial and come together only to breed.
This bird is found primarily on islands, and has a wide ranger across the equatorial band of every ocean on Earth, save for the Arctic Ocean, which does not cross the equator.
Koloa maoli are very secretive and difficult to observe except in protected areas such as Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge on Kauai.
This animal can grow over a foot in length! Motmots possess a serrated beak and red eyes, with a black mask that encircles their heads.
Barn Owls are found throughout the globe, in Europe, Africa, Asia, Austrailia, and the Americas
The Japanese Giant Salamander is the second-largest amphibian in the world, reaching lengths of 1.5 meters.
These amphibians have squat, rounded bodies with jaws as wide as their head.
These small frogs can be 2-3 inches in length with females being larger than males.
This small frog grows to about two inches long and is immediately recognizable for its brilliant green colors, amplified in intensity by a black background.
Like most Poison Dart Frogs, these animals only grow to be about two inches.