Gorillas

Animal Bytes

Each byte is a one-page fact sheet specifically designed to help you quickly find information about some of the interesting creatures found in the animal kingdom. Most species files include scientific classification, basic physical traits, fun facts, and conservation/ecological value.
  • Hourglass Tree Frog

    Amphibians

    Includes frogs, salamanders, & newts

    • Reef Lobster

      Arthropods

      Includes spiders, scorpions, shrimp, lobster, crabs, insects, millipedes, & centipedes

      • Guira Cuckoo

        Birds

        Includes penguins, pelicans, storks, flamingos, ibis, ducks, geese, eagles, hawks, vultures, pheasants, cranes, gulls, puffins, parrots, turacos, owls, hornbills, toucans, & starlings

        • False Black Clownfish

          Bony Fish

          Includes coelacanths, lungfishes, gars, tarpon, eels, herring, catfishes, pike, salmon, lanternfishes, cod, anglerfishes, silversides, seahorses, scorpionfishes, perches, cichlids, tuna, flounders, & puffers

          • Bull Shark

            Cartilaginous Fish

            Includes sharks, skates, & rays

            • Moon Jellyfish

              Cnidarians

              Includes jellyfish, sea anemones, & corals

              • Vermillion Sea Star

                Echinoderms

                Includes sea stars, sea cucumbers, & sea urchins

                • Tiger

                  Mammals

                  Includes kangaroos, anteaters, bats, monkeys, foxes, bears, otters, tigers, lions, seals, walrus, whales, manatees, elephants, zebras, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, giraffe, & antelopes

                  • Nautilus

                    Mollusks

                    Includes clams, snails, octopuses, & squid

                    • Turtles at Turtle Trek

                      爬行动物

                      包括鳄鱼、蜥蜴、蛇、& turtles

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