Because of the condinsation on the glass, this is as good as view that your going to get on the bonobos today. That's okay with me, though. I hate bonobos... they're like nasty little people.
Colo died in her sleep just this past January, 17, 2017... Just shy of a month after her 60th Birthday. She was the oldest gorilla on record and lived about two decades longer than a gorilla's life expectancy.
Komodo Dragons come from the Indonesian Islands and have enough bateria in their spit that can cause its prey to get sick and die when bitten.
The Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat lives in a series of tunnels in the Southern Australia heat and comes out in the cooler night to scavenge for food.
The Golden Pheasant can be found hanging around Central China. The boy pheasants are the colorful birds while the female and babies are typicaly just brown in color. You would think that the colorful birds would be easy to spot out in the wild but in their natural habitat these birds are amazingly camouflaged.
The Magpie Goose can be found in Northern Australia and New Guinea. They like open wet areas like swamps and floodplains. They tend to be polygamous, having more than one female, but they mate for life with all the females, never ditching them for younger or cuter geese.
I found Dory! She's a blue tang fish. Blue Tangs look harmless and sweet, but they will actually fight for dominance. They have razor share spines in the bases of their tails that they will use to fight and kill each other. It's because of these sharp spines that the Blue Tangs are part of a group of fish known as Surgeonfish.
You might wake up to find a Scrub Python (A.K.A, Amethystine Python) has crawled into bed with you to keep warm, particularly if your sleeping in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea or Australia, but don't worry... they're not poisonous.
The Spiny-tailed Iguana can reach up to 4 feet in lengh but are still quite agile when they feel threatened.
The Reticulated Python, generally speaking, is the worlds longest snake. On record, one was once found that was 33 feet long. The females can lay up to 100 eggs at a time...
Amur Tigers were almost hunted to extinction. By the 1940's, only 40 tigers were known to remain. Russia became the first country in the world to grant the tiger full protection. When the Soviet Union collapsed in the 1980's, poaching began to rise again, but conservation and anti-poaching groups have since stepped in and have managed to keep the tiger population over 500.