The American alligator is a huge crocodilian reptile native to the Southeastern U.S. Endangered southeastern U.S. alligators are endangered.
Grizzly Bear is a North American brown bear subspecies found in Alaska. Grizzly bears, black bears, and brown bears live in America.
Moose are the world's largest deer and eat aquatic plants. The moose is the tallest mammal in North America at six feet.
Elk is the largest deer species in North America. North American elk eat grasses, plants, leaves, and bark.
Wolverine is a large, powerful weasel. Wolverines are the largest land-dwelling animals, found in Alaska.
Coyotes are smaller than grey wolves and abundant in North America. Coyotes consume meat, snakes, fish, rodents, and birds.
North American raccoons have dexterous front paws. The nocturnal raccoon is smart, touch-sensitive, and intelligent.
Striped Skunks are well-known in the U.S. and Canada. Striped skunks are the second most harvested animal.