The largest member of the weasel family, wolverines are fierce hunters, feeding on small rodents and even weakened caribou.
The wolverine is a powerful animal that resembles a small bear but is actually the largest member of the weasel family.
The Three-Toed Sloth
The three-toed sloth’s long claws are well suited to an arboreal life but hamper its mobility on the ground, leaving it vulnerable to predators.
The Komodo Dragon
Komodo dragons have thrived in the harsh climate of Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands for millions of years, although amazingly, their existence was unknown to humans until about 100 years ago.
The Killer Whale (Orca)
Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest of the dolphins and one of the world’s most powerful predators.
Three Banded Armadillo
Animals have individual abilities to defend themselves against predators, but the Three Banded Armadillo has an extremely unique method of protection. He doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t run, camouflage himself or fight. He rolls into an armored ball that will snap shut like a trap when anything threatens its life.
Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to lions, tigers, and jaguars. They live in sub-Saharan Africa, northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China.
The Bush Baby
The lesser galago, also called bush baby, is one of the smallest primates, about the size of a squirrel. Despite its size, it is exceptionally vocal, producing loud, shrill cries surprisingly like those of a human baby. The plaintive cries and “cute” appearance may account for the name “bush baby.”