It is The venomous sidewinder is nicknamed the horned rattler for the upturned scales over each eye. These hornlike Gopher snakes are long snakes, and can approach eight feet in length. These nonvenomous snakes are an important Rodents beware! The conspicuous ear tufts of the long-eared owl are not for hearing, but help it blend in with A gopher tortoise uses its powerful front legs to dig burrows that average about 15 feet long and 6 feet deep The scales of this lizard are pointy and keeled, giving the lizard its common name.
These lizards change color A ten million year old sandhill crane fossil was found in Nebraska. This discovery makes them the oldest known A slow-moving reptile, the desert tortoise copes with desert heat by becoming active only during the cooler Gambel's quail are ground dwellers, but have an advantage over other inhabitants of the desert floor, for they can Meet Our Animals. Black Bear Of the three bear species that inhabit North America, the American black bear is the only one found exclusively on View Black Bear Details.
Gray Wolf Gray wolves are social animals, living together in tightly organized packs. View Gray Wolf Details. Ocelot Twice the size of an average house cat, the ocelot is a sleek animal with a gorgeous dappled coat. View Ocelot Details.
River Otter With a streamlined body, webbed feet, and a long rudderlike tail, the agile otter is built for swimming and can View River Otter Details. Mountain Lion Also known as a cougar, puma, panther, catamount, painter or mountain lion, this cat is recognized by its large View Mountain Lion Details. Common Vampire Bat This nocturnal, flying mammal feeds exclusively on the blood of other animals. View Common Vampire Bat Details. White-tailed Deer During the past century, logging and farming caused drastic changes in the forests.
View White-tailed Deer Details. View Arizona Mountain Kingsnake Details. American Alligator American alligators are important members of their ecosystem, and are regarded as keystone species. View American Alligator Details. Black-footed Ferrets What happened to endanger the Black-footed Ferret? View Black-footed Ferrets Details. Coati Another raccoon relative, coatis are not truly adapted to desert life. View Coati Details. American Marten American martens are small and agile members of the weasel family.
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Florida Gar The Florida gar is a long slender predatory fish with sharp teeth and an armor of hard diamond-shaped scales View Florida Gar Details. Bald Eagle With its white head and tail, chocolate brown body, large yellow beak, and seven-foot wingspan, an adult bald View Bald Eagle Details. Bobcat Strictly a carnivore, the bobcat hunts for small animals during the twilight and nighttime hours.
View Bobcat Details. Alligator Snapping Turtle The alligator snapping turtle is the largest freshwater turtle in North America. View Alligator Snapping Turtle Details. Snowy Owl The heaviest of all North American owls, snowy owls are well adapted for life on the Arctic tundra. View Snowy Owl Details. Mexican Beaded Lizard The horrible one!
View Mexican Beaded Lizard Details. Canada Lynx A Canada lynx is a medium-sized cat that is well adapted for life in the northern forests. View Canada Lynx Details.
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Pronghorn Built for speed, the pronghorn is the fastest land animal in North America and is second only to the cheetah View Pronghorn Details. Black-tailed Prairie Dog Although named for their barking alarm call, black-tailed prairie dogs are actually burrowing ground squirrels View Black-tailed Prairie Dog Details. Roadrunner Roadrunners are long, slender birds with long expressive tails, shaggy crests and strong legs for running.
View Roadrunner Details. Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake The eastern diamondback rattlesnake is the largest venomous snake in North America and may reach 8 feet in length View Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake Details. Ringtail Ringtails are relatives of the raccoon and inhabit desert canyons, especially areas with rocky outcrops, caves and View Ringtail Details.
Peregrine Falcon With long, pointed wings, powerful flight muscles, and rapid wing beats, a peregrine falcon is a swift and agile View Peregrine Falcon Details. American Elk Elk are among the most vocal members of the deer family. View American Elk Details. Porcupine Best known for its unique and effective method of defense, the porcupine is a slow-moving, nocturnal rodent. View Porcupine Details. Common Raven The common raven is the largest member of the corvid family. View Common Raven Details. Gila Monster Of the 3, lizard species in the world, only the gila monster and the Mexican beaded lizard are venomous, and View Gila Monster Details.
Thick-billed Parrot Thick-billed parrots are social birds, and live together in flocks all year. View Thick-billed Parrot Details. Western Diamondback Rattlesnake This is the largest of the western rattlesnakes. View Western Diamondback Rattlesnake Details. Nine-banded Armadillo The bony armor-like plates covering a nine-banded armadillo are one of its most unique adaptations.
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View Nine-banded Armadillo Details. Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake Like most pit vipers, a pygmy rattlesnake uses the sit and wait method of hunting. View Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake Details. Corn Snake Corn snakes are excellent climbers and are often found high in trees searching for nesting birds.
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View Corn Snake Details. Cottonmouth This venomous snake is named for the white lining of its mouth which flashes open in a defensive display when View Cottonmouth Details. Chuckwalla Rocks provide a means of defense for the chuckwalla. View Chuckwalla Details. Burrowing Owl Unlike most owls, burrowing owls are active during the day. View Burrowing Owl Details. Barn Owl Identified by its heart-shaped facial disk, white underparts, and long legs, the barn owl roosts and nests on View Barn Owl Details.
Turkey Vulture Lacking the strong grasping talons needed for killing live prey, turkey vultures eat carrion, the flesh of dead View Turkey Vulture Details. Roseate Spoonbill From a distance, a spoonbill might be confused with a flamingo due to its pink color. View Roseate Spoonbill Details.
Rosy Boa The rosy boa is one of the smallest members of the boa family, and rarely exceeds three feet in length. View Rosy Boa Details. Read Dr Dan Challender's article on the state of Pangolin conservation. Main content. Watch now. Show more.
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