Wild Animals

Animals that have not been domesticated for various reasons are known as “wild animals.” This section, much like an encyclopedia, will provide information about different species: amphibians, birds, invertebrates, mammals, fish, reptiles and more.

Learn All About the Southern Lapwing

The southern lapwing, or Vanellus chilensis, is an elegant bird with thin, long legs that defends its nest and chicks. It inhabits a large part of South America. Here on My Animals, we’re going to share some facts about the…

The Marabou Stork: A Great Scavenger

The marabou stork is a carrion bird of the Ciconiidae family. In fact, they’re the largest member of this family and they’re also among the largest flying birds. The Marabou stork inhabits tropical Africa, from Senegal to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia,…

Learn About the Metamorphosis of the Dragonfly

Whether its life-cycle lasts less than six months or more than five years, the metamorphosis of the dragonfly is morphologically and physiologically complex. Anisoptera belong to one of the two sub-orders which make up the order Odonata which includes more…

The Acrobatic Rock Hyrax

The rock hyrax looks very similar to a guinea pig or a large rabbit with very short ears. But this animal has teeth, toes, and a cranial structure very similar to that of an elephant. In fact, the similarities are…

All About The Tibetan Antelope

Also known as the chiru, the Tibetan antelope is a mammal that lives in Asia. It’s quite famous there and was even chosen as a mascot for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. What are they like and where are they found?…

The Patas Monkey: Meet This Fascinating Primate

There’s a whole world of biodiversity in the primate group of animals. So, it’s not hard to find fascinating animals you’ve probably never heard of before, and ones that haven’t even been studied much. One of the most interesting of the unknown…

The Manta Ray – Beautiful and Mysterious

The manta ray is a creature that many consider the epitome of marine elegance due to its appearance. Ignorant people are often afraid of this creature due to how its fins resemble “demon horns”, in addition to the fact that…

The Atlantic Goliath Grouper: Characteristics and Habitat

The Atlantic goliath grouper, whose scientific name is Epinephelus itajara, is a grouper species characterized by its large dimensions. The majority of the Atlantic goliath grouper population is located along the coasts of the American coast. However, this fish has…

The Main Characteristics of the Jacare Caiman

The Jacare caiman is a caiman species that originates from South America. It belongs to the Alligatoridae family and the Crocodilia order, and is related to both crocodiles and gavials. The main characteristics of the Jacare caiman The Jacare caiman’s scientific…

Deer Herds: Feeding Habits and Habitats

There are some animals that live solitary lives and only come together with another member of their species for courting and mating. There are others who pair with others for life, and there are some who live in large groups…

Hake Migration Patterns: All You Need to Know

Hake follow two very specific migration patterns. The purpose of one is to find food, the other is for reproduction and the continuation of the species. Hake is a type of fish that is commonly used in recipes around the…

All You Need to Know About Species of Mite

People often associate mites with fleas for several reasons. Firstly, they are small, and sometimes even microscopic size. Secondly, they live in groups and can infest our homes and our pets. As this article will explain, many species of mite…

Jacamar Bird – Characteristics of a Passerine

The jacamar bird is the best-distributed species of the Galbulidae family. Jacamars is a general term for a group of birds that belong to this family. They’re all throughout the American tropical zone and are their striking colors are characteristic…