Honey Badgers

Honey Badgers are weasels, like skunks and ferrets. Honey badgers are the bravest animal. They're stubborn and nasty. They want trouble. They eat small mammals, snakes, birds, reptiles, and crocodiles.

Great White shark

Dangerous shark. Apex predators, Great Whites. It's unhuntable. They have sharp teeth, good eyesight, and a good nose. Great Whites can detect one drop of blood in 25 litres of water. Sharks eat fish, seals, dolphins, and turtles.

Brown Hyena

Scavenging hyenas Instead of hunting, they devour predator carcasses. Declining brown hyenas. Untrue rumours say they kill livestock. In problem-solving and teamwork, hyenas are smarter than chimpanzees

Arctic Wolves

Arctic Wolves pack. Greenland and the Arctic. Arctic wolves can survive cold and darkness. Arctic wolves go days without eating. Wolves devour hares and lemmings. Hunting musk-oxen and caribou together.

African Lions

Jungle kings, African lions are top predators. Cats form prides. Females group hunt. Male hunters are slower than females. African Lions eat young  giraffes, antelope, zebras, and buffalos.


Jaguars are huge cats. Relative to their size, they have one of the strongest bites among big cats. Jaguar means "he who kills with one leap" in Native American. Jaguars consume practically anything they find.


Pumas and mountain lions are other names for cougars. Mountain lions prefer canyons and mountains. A 100-mile territory is possible. Sometimes they eat coyotes. Unfinished food is buried by a cougar.


Bobcats are common throughout North America. Cats eat tiny animals and rodents. Bobcats smell and hear well. They climb well. Larger than a house cat, with a short tail.

Harpy Eagles

Harpy Eagles have a wingspan of about 8 ft. Mainly Central and South America, notably Brazil. Size and strength make them distinct predators. Harpy Eagles hunt sloths, monkeys, anteaters, and armadillos.

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