The longest migration is between Australia and South Africa. Traveling 6,900 miles in 99 days. They can survive 3,900-foot depths and 120-times-sea-level water pressure.
Great white Shark
Ostriches are marathon champions. They can perform a marathon in 45 minutes using elastic leg tendons. They need half the energy regular creatures do. Semi-arid African desert plains.
Apex predators hunt 30 miles every day. Wolves can sprint 35 mph but trot all day. They use stamina to catch faster prey in the wild. North American wolves.
Zebras reside in Africa's savannas or treeless grasslands. Despite being slow, they have incredible stamina. They run 40 mph for a mile and less for extended distances.
The Arctic Tern migrates year-round. Greenland to the Weddell Sea and back is 55,923 miles. These birds sleep and eat in the air to conserve energy and glide on wind currents.
The eastern grey whale travels 14,000 miles from Mexico to Russia and back. These gentle giants, 36 to 46 feet long, crave human interaction in Baja California lagoons.
Eastern Grey Whale
Pronghorn antelopes are long-distance runners. They can keep 60 mph for miles, outrunning predators. They can maintain 30 mph for an hour over extended distances.
Blue wildebeest travel to Serengeti after the rainy season. 25-mile-long herds cross rivers, pastures, and cliffs. 10-minute-old calves can run.
Porcupine Caribou in Alaska and Canada. They move north to avoid the heat and locate food. It's nearly 3,000 miles. Their strong muscles and huge hearts boost endurance.