Zebra

    Zebra

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a Zebra Also known as plains zebras, Burchell’s zebras are the most abundant of the three zebra species and live in the savannahs of Eastern Africa. They usually travel in herds, but disperse during the day to graze alone on coarse...
    Wombat

    Wombat

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a Wombat Wombats are found in the forests and mountains of Southeastern Australia and Tasmania. Wombats are nocturnal creatures with strong legs and foreclaws, and they use their teeth and claws to dig extensive burrow systems. Their...
    Wolverine

    Wolverine

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a Wolverine The largest land-dwelling member of the weasel family, wolverines live in isolated areas throughout much of the far-northern hemisphere—particularly Canada. An adult is approximately the size of a medium dog and resembles a...
    White-cheeked Gibbon

    White-cheeked Gibbon

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a White-cheeked Gibbon Inhabiting the tropical forests of Laos, Vietnam and southern China, white-cheeked gibbons eat mostly fruit, leaves, buds and flowers, occasionally feeding on eggs, young birds and insects. These lesser apes move...
    Whale Shark

    Whale Shark

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a Whale Shark Whale sharks can be found in all temperate and tropical oceans around the world, with the exception of the Mediterranean Sea. Measuring up to 45 feet in length, these giants subsist on a diet of krill, squid and small...
    Warthog

    Warthog

    Photo: World Wildlife Fund Love a Warthog Warthogs are African pigs named for the wart-like appearance of their faces. They are confined to moist and dry African savanna grasslands, open bushlands and woodlands within range of surface water. Warthogs eat grasses and...

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