Capybara

Large South American rodent. Semi-aquatic capybaras live near rivers and lakes. Heavy barrel-shaped bodies, short legs, and coarse brown fur. Capybaras have huge heads.

Sea otters

Sea otters are sea creatures. These aquatic creatures are strong swimmers. Furry sea otters keep warm in cold seas. They eat crabs and urchins. Sea otters are playfully curious.

Quokkas

Australian marsupials are quokkas. Brown or grey spheres with short tails. Quokkas are nocturnal yet seen during the day. They consume grass, leaves, etc. Quokkas are cheerful.

Pygmy Goats

These tiny goats have tremendous personalities. Pygmy goats enjoy socialising with their herd mates. They're interested and playful and will approach humans for attention.

 Long-tailed Tit

Small bird with black, white, and pink plumage. Its lengthy tail can be double its body length. The social long-tailed tit produces big flocks. It eats insects like spiders, beetles, and moths.

 Pika

The pika lives in Asia & North American highlands. Pikas are representatives of the lagomorph group, which contains bunnies and hares. Pikas thrive at high altitudes.

Fennec Fox

This Sahara Desert fox is tiny. Large ears let foxes regulate body temperature and hear prey. nocturnal fennec foxes eat locusts, rats, and other tiny creatures. These beautiful animals live up to 14 years in families.

Meerkats

Meerkats reside in Africa's deserts. These furry creatures have long bodies and short legs. Meerkats build tunnels with their powerful claws in groups of up to 30.

Arctic Fox

The arctic fox is a small, Arctic-dwelling fox. These foxes have thick, white fur to keep them warm. Sharp fangs and claws help them kill prey. Arctic foxes eat tiny mammals, birds, and insects in their burrows.

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