In the United States, alligators grow larger than crocodiles. Adults usually range from 6-12 feet in length, but the maximum is more than 19 feet.
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.
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 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.
Laughing gulls live mainly on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States, ranging from Maine down through Florida and Texas.
The Common Turkey occurs in the wild from Colorado and New York south to northern Mexico.
Night herons are distributed almost worldwide including North America, South America, South Europe, Africa, South Asia, Falkland Islands, and Hawai’i.
In the winter months, Kolea can be found in Hawaii, California, and across southern Asia and Australasia.
These small frogs can be 2-3 inches in length with females being larger than males.