Rufous Hornbill

The bird from the Philippines Islands

Giant Anteater

Giant Anteater

King Vulture

A splendid vulture

Lyle’s Flying Fox

A large fruit-eating bat

Toco Toucan

The best known of all toucans

Southern Bald Ibis

A vulnerable South African bird

Radjah Shelduck

A bird from the Australian continent

Tufted Duck

A little diving duck

African Harrier-hawk

A bird of prey of average size

Eurasian Eagle-owl

One of the worlds’ largest owls

Griffon Vulture

A big vulture

Papuan Hornbill

A part of the local population’s traditions


The one-humped camel

Scarlet Ibis

A bird with extraordinary colour


He is from the high plateaus of the Andes

Blue-headed Macaw

A little macaw

Turkey Vulture

A remarkable flyer

Naked Mole Rat

A truly exceptional rodent

Eurasian Black Vulture

One of the largest diurnal raptors of Europe

African Jacana

A beautiful bird

Southern Ground Hornbill

A large hornbill with a black plumage

Sadle-billed Stork

A large bird

Red-legged Seriema

A bird from Brazil and Argentina

Mandarin Duck

An "ornamental" bird

Rüppell’s Griffon

A big threatened vulture


The largest rodent in the world

Little Egret

A lovely wading bird

Amazilia Hummingbird

A colibri

Black-chestes Buzzard-Eagle

Blue Chilean Eagle

Sugar Glider

A small “flying” marsupial

Pied Imperial-pigeon

A black and white pigeon from Asia

Striated Carcara

An intelligent bird

Greater Bird-of-paradise

The largest member of the Paradisaea genus

Short-beaked Echnida

A mammal about 50cm long

Blue-and-yellow Macaw

A large parrot

Spectacled Owl

Not a strictly nocturnal raptor

Great horned owl

A highly impressive appearance

Harris Hawk

A brown-feathered raptor

Luzon Bleeding-heart

Its name comes from the red “bloodspot” on the plumage

Ural Owl

A beautiful bird

Hawaiian Goose

A terrestrial goose

Boat-billed Heron

A curious little heron


The "secretary"

Snowy Owl

It has a insulating plumage

Yellow-headed Vulture

It is fairly small

Northern Bald Ibis

It is also called Waldrapp Ibis

Lesser Bird-of-paradise

A sumptuous bird

Red Kite

The cousin of the Black Kite

Nicobar Pigeon

A large bird of the pigeon family

Pallas's Squirrel

A rodent that is not threatened

Greater Roadrunner

A popular bird

Andean Condor

The largest of the vultures

White-faced Saki

The “flying monkey"

Grey Mouse-lemur

Endemic to the large island of Madagascar

Egyptian Fruit Bat

A very light flying mammal

Cotton-top Tamarin

An extremely rare little monkey

Silvery-cheecked Hornbill

It has a huge geographical distribution

Roseate Spoonbill

A beak like a spatula

Java Mouse-deer

A close cousin to the giraffe

Chilean Flamingo

A large species of Flamingo

Salmon-crested Cockatoo

One of the largest cockatoos

Canada Goose

There are eleven subspecies of Canadian Geese

Painted Stork

It is part of the stork family

Black-tailed Prairie Dog

The little “engineer” or “architect”

American Kestrel

A tiny raptor

South American Tapir

Hunted for its thick hide

Spix’s Macaw

The parrot that will be reintroduced into Nature

Sclater’s Crowned-Pigeon

A large pigeon


A unique bird

African Fish-Eagle

It is also called "vociferous"

Moutain Caracara

A slightly different raptor

Hairy Armadillo

A South American Hairy Armadillo

Black Kite

An opportunist bird

Himalayan Griffon

One of the largest vultures of Asia

Dwarf Mongoose

The smallest carnivore of Africa

Bearded Vulture

A huge and splendid vulture

Lesser Flamingo

The smallest species of flamingo

Aldabra Tortoise

The largest land tortoise in the world

Long-crested Eagle

A remarkable eagle

Crowned Hornbill

It is about fifty centimetres in size

Bald Eagle

The bird represented on the coat of arms of the USA

Clouded Leopard

The unobtrusive queen

Two-Toed Sloth

A real leaf-eater

Cattle Egret

This Egret has experienced a spectacular expansion

Lilac-breasted Roller

A colourful bird

Common Barn-Owl

A nocturnal raptor

Green Aracari

Saint Vincent Amazon


Sulawesi Bear Cuscus

Wreathed hornbill

Purple Swamphen