Beluga Whales are white, thus they're called sea canaries. Belugas can show emotion. Their cranial architecture lets face muscles operate independently.
Orangutans are quiet and sensitive, spending most of their time in trees. Orangutans can dive 20 feet to catch fish. Orangutans eat fruits, leaves, insects, eggs, and tiny animals.
Bison of North America. Once roamed in enormous herds, it's the continent's largest land animal. Poaching and habitat loss have reduced their numbers, making them endangered.
Bison have shaggy brown or black coats. They can weigh 2,000 pounds and stand 6 feet tall. Male bison have huge horns for fighting and defence. Bison eat grasses and other things.
Orandas are beautiful 18-inch pets. When threatened, they might become aggressive. Habitat loss and pollution threaten orandas.
Elephants have enormous tusks, trunks, and forehead temples. An elephant's trunk alone can weigh 400 pounds. Elephants can run 25 mph despite their size.
Proboscis Monkeys live in Southeast Asian rainforests. Males' large, projecting noses give it its name. The monkey's tummy and frame are potbellied.
Proboscis Monkeys live in groups of 40. These daytime monkeys eat foliage, fruit, and flowers. Proboscis Monkeys are threatened by habitat loss and hunting.
Gorillas' skulls and eyes are enormous. Hand and foot thumbs oppose. Gorilla groups have a male, multiple females, and children. They eat plants, bugs, and mammals.