Mammals

Mammals are warm-blooded vertibrates. The vast majority of them are viviparous, meaning that they begin development as an embryo in their mother’s womb. Humans belong to this class. In this section, you’ll learn about mammals of every shape and size, where they live, how they reproduce and what their habits are.

The African Wild Dog

Also known as the ‘painted wolf’, the African wild dog is the only living representative of its kind. This predator, which shares certain characteristics with both hyenas and wolves, is one of the more unknown African species. Their way of life, however, is somewhat…

The World’s Least Known Deer

When we think of deer, we picture large species such as the elk or moose. All of them large, majestic, and with huge antlers. All of them imposing and inspiring respect and even fear. But what about the world’s least…

9 of the Best Places to Spot Whales

They’re the largest animals in the world and are a spectacular sight to behold when migrating. To see them up close for yourself is a wonderful and unforgettable experience. In this article, we’ll tell you more about some of the…

All About the Wild Boar

The wild boar lives in a herd and is a very social animal by nature. Their herds are matriarchies and they usually travel around led by one or more adult females accompanied by their young. Despite having quite poor eyesight,…

Are Bats Dangerous for Humans or Not?

We usually relate bats to blood-sucking vampire stories, and we’re usually afraid of them. Added to the fact that they may not be the prettiest animals in the world. In addition, these animals are active during the night, which is…

Social Structures of Elephant Herds

Examining the social structures of elephant herds is very interesting, which is why many researchers are amazed by it. Let’s see why. The social structure of elephant herds The social structure of elephants is very complex and quite different from…