600-pound, 12-foot tigers are common. Tigers' fur is orange-brown and striped. Tigers eat deer and boars. They'll attack if threatened or trapped.


Black-and-white zebras are equids. Wild zebras herd with a stallion and many ladies. They graze like horses on grass and brush. African predators hunt zebras.

Ring-tailed lemurs

Ring-tailed lemurs inhabit Madagascar. Gray bodies, orange-brown eyes. Gray-and-black-striped tails. Lemurs consume animals and vegetables.

Striped Skunk

North American skunks include the striped skunk. Black with white stripes. The striped skunk is an American species. Some species of skunks do not have stripes to ward off predators.

Garter Snake

North American garters are common. Green on top, yellow or off-white underneath. Three stripes cover its body. White or tan yellow stripes. Blue striped snakes.

 Eastern Ribbon 

The eastern ribbon snake is green and white. Ribbon snakes are slim and belong to the garter snake family. The eastern ribbon snake can grow over 2 feet.


Angelfish are popular aquarium fish with big lips. They're easy to breed in captivity. Angelfish create permanent pair connections when reproducing.

Honey Bee

Social honey bees. Queens deposit eggs. All other bees in the hive are worker bees, sterile daughters of the queen, or drones, viable male sons kept to mate with other queens.

Yellow Jacket

Wasps mistaken for honey bees. Yellowjackets and honey bees have different-colored stripes. Bees have brown stripes, yellowjackets have yellow and black.

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