Also known as the buffalo, millions of American bison once roamed across the American plains.
Streamlined and designed to run, the cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world.
The black rhinoceros is noted for being ill-tempered and very aggressive, often charging for no apparent reason.
“Busy as a beaver” is a term nearly everyone has heard.
The elephant is the largest living land mammal in the world.
It seems that no matter what book about wildlife we read, God isn’t even mentioned. Wildlife programs are full of indoctrination in evolution.
The complexities of life and the design implied therein are strong monuments to a Creator and the Genesis account of creation.
Even without transitional forms, evolutionists explain that some animals look similar because they must be related and have a common ancestor.
The fruit bat, also known as the “flying fox,” is one of the largest bats in the world.
The giant anteater with its long, pointed nose is easy to identify.
The giant panda is a very beautiful and rare animal.
The giraffe is the tallest of all land animals.
Undiscovered by Europeans until the 19th century, the gorilla is the largest member of the apes.
No animal in North America is more respected, feared, or more dangerous than the grizzly bear.
Often called a bear, the koala is, in fact, a marsupial with a backward-facing pouch.
Leopards can jump the highest and the farthest of the terrestrial land mammals.
The moose is the largest member of the deer family.
Largest of all the bear species, the beautiful polar bear is the king of the bears.
Over 25,000 sharp pointed quills cover the porcupine’s body.
Designed to run, the pronghorn is the fastest animal in North America.
The raccoon is one of the most easily recognized wild mammals in North America.
The red kangaroo is the largest marsupial.
Skunks are mostly known for their horrible odor.
The two-toed sloth is one of the strangest mammals in the world.
The tiger is one of the largest of the big cats.
The wolverine is the largest member of the weasel family.
The wombat is a large, sturdy marsupial that lives in Australia.
The zebra is a wild horse and lives in East Africa.