What about this grump?
This is a Seal! Seals can sleep underwater, and are able to hold their breath for hours at a time!
Any idea who this cutie is?
This is a baby Chicken, called a Chick! They can recognize each other, and develop object permeance at 2 days old!
Do you know who this spikey creature is?
This is a Hedgehog! These animals are nocturnal, lactose intolerant, and have the ability to hibernate!
Can you guess who this animal is?
This is an Owl! These birds are nocturnal and typically avoid interactions with humans!
I hope you can name this grumpy guy!
This is a Chameleon! Unlike most lizards, they can't regrow their tails!
Any idea who this grouch is?
This is a Fox! These animals are nocturnal, solitary, and can make over 40 different sounds!
Do you know who this grumpy cutie is?
This is a Raccoon! These animals are incredibly intelligent and are well-adapted to eat almost anything!
Can you name this fuzzy grouch?
This is a Rabbit! These intelligent animals have teeth that never stop growing and have very good memories!
Do you know who this grumpy face belongs to?
This is a Gorilla, the closest living relative to humans!
Are you able to identify this cranky creature?
This is a Deer! Did you know that only males have antlers, and that they fall off and regrow each year?
Can you identify this fluffy ground?
This is an Alpaca! These animals are vegetarian and live for up to 20 years!
I know you can name this cute furry friend!
This is a Squirrel! Did you know that their front teeth never stop growing?
What about this angry face?
This is a Sea Turtle! They live for 100 years and can hold their breath underwater for up to 5 hours!
Do you know who this fluffy friend is?
This is a Panda! These animals are great climbers who spend most of their day chomping on bamboo!
Can you name this grumpy marsupial?
This is a Koala Bear! These marsupials are only found in Australia and can eat up to 2.5 pounds of food per day!
Can you identify this sweet grouchy face?
This is an Otter! These animals are able to swim as early as 2 months old and hold hands when floating so they don't drift away from each other!
Can you identify this tiny grump?
This is an African Rain Frog! They puff up and enlarge their bodies when they feel threatened!