Flying, swimming, or hopping, running for cover or running down prey - some animals on Earth use super speed to survive.
Pop! A fuzzy face pokes out from its burrow. It's a wombat. But don't let that cute face fool you. A wombat can be vicious when it squishes predators with its hard backside! From digging burrows to battling with their behinds and everything in between, learn all about these awesome animals!
Three-toed sloths are awesome! Did you know that a sloth is so slow that algae grows on its fur? Wow! Hang out with the cutest animals in the rain forest.
There's no mistaking the warning hiss and rattle of an angry rattlesnake. But did you know a Western Diamondback rattlesnake isn't born with its rattle? Discover how the western diamondback grows its noisy namesake and more!
It's brown, hard, and hairy. But who does this poo belong to? Take a walk through the trees and learn all about forest animals from the poo they leave behind--just watch your step!
Do you smell that? Did you step in something? Eww, that's poo! Watch your step as you take a journey through the jungle to learn all about poo and the animals who make it!
Splat! A farm animal just took a poo. But can you figure out who? Use the clues left behind by an animals behind to learn all about animals on the farm.
Hippos use their tails to fling it around and a giraffe's drops more than five feet before splatting on the ground. What are we talking about? Poo on the savannah! Follow along to learn all about the animals that make it and the habitat they live in.
At up to 30 feet in length, the reticulated python is the world's longest snake. But that's not all there is to know about this scaly predator. Read more to learn all about the reticulated python.
Crash! Slam! Male rhinoceros beetles lock horns in a battle over a female. Ounce-for-ounce, they are the strongest animal on Earth! Learn more about this awesome animal with a mighty horn.
A sidewinder darts out from the hot sands of Death Valley, leaving a trail of wavy lines. Though a sidewinder's bite isn't deadly, they are very painful. Read more to learn all about the sidewinder.
A king cobra rears its head up and lets out a deep warning growl. Though this snake rarely attacks humans, its bite can be deadly. Read more to learn about the king cobra.
Dragons aren't real, but the frilled-neck lizard comes pretty close. With a fierce frill warning and a silly scamper away from danger, frilled-neck lizards are awesome! Learn all about these crazy creatures.
A green anaconda slithers along the rain forest floor and zips through the water. This snake can be more than 15 feet long, but there's more to this massive snake than just it's size. Read more to learn all about the green anaconda.
Standing on its hind legs, a grizzly bear can be over eight feet tall. Its sharp teeth and claws can grab a salmon out of the water or rip apart a moose. But did you know these powerful predators mostly munch on berries, nuts, and grass? Discover even more about these awesome animals!
Boa constrictors are known for their strong bodies with a killer squeeze. But what else do you know about the scaly hunters? Discover everything from predation to becoming prey, baby boas to big boa adults, and everything in between.
Watch out! This snake packs some seriously strong venom. Just two drops of black mamba venom could kill you in 30 minutes. Learn more about this deadly snake.
Sloth mothers give birth while hanging from trees! The baby sloth grabs the hair on its mother's belly and hangs on tight for the next few months. Follow along as the baby sloth grows!
A baby llama's long ears are shaped like bananas! The born llama snuggles with its mom. Follow along as it stands, eats, and walks for the first time! Then, see the baby llama grows.
A baby horse is born with legs almost as long as an adult horse! Join along as the baby horse takes its first steps, eats its first meal, and more!
A baby goat is called a kid. It can stand minutes after it is born! Follow along as this little kid learns and grows from a baby goat into an adult.
A baby giraffe enters this world by falling more than five feet to the ground. But these little guys can take it! Follow along as a baby giraffe takes its first steps, eats its first meal, and more!
A baby dog is born blind and won't open it's eyes until after about ten days! Learn more about how baby puppies grow.
The sun sets, and an aye-aye wakes up! Learn all about how the awesome aye-aye survives the forest at night.
They can survive on land, sea, and in the air. Learn all about the awesome Atlantic puffin!