Seal - crab beetle (Lobodon carcinophaga) belongs to the order Pinnipeds. Distribution of seal - crabeater Seal - crabeater is found mainly on the coast and ice of Antarctica. In the winter months, it is found off the coast of South America, Australia, South Africa, Tasmania, New Zealand, and next to various islands surrounding Antarctica.
The Christmas frigate (Fregata andrewsi) belongs to the Pelican order. Distribution of the Christmas frigate The Christmas frigate got its specific name from the name of the island where it breeds, exclusively on Christmas Island, which is located off the northwestern coast of Australia in the Indian Ocean.
The Night-eyeed Moth (Myotis blythi) belongs to the family smooth-nosed, the order is bats. External signs of the night-eyed witty Night -witted witty - one of the largest night-lights. Body dimensions are 5.4–8.3 cm. The length of the tail is 4.5–6.9 cm, and the height of the ear is 1.9–2.7 cm. The forearm is 5.0–6.6 cm long. Weight reaches 15–36 grams.
Spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sul c ata) or furrowed tortoise belongs to the family of tortoises. External signs of a spurred tortoise The spurred tortoise is one of the largest turtles in Africa. Its size is slightly smaller than that of turtles from the Galapagos Islands. The length of the shell can reach 76 cm, and the largest individuals have a length of 83 cm.
African pygmy hedgehog (Atelerix albiventris) belongs to the insectivorous order. Distribution of African pygmy hedgehog African pygmy hedgehog spreads in South, West, Central and East Africa. The habitat stretches from Senegal and Southern Mauritania to the west, along the savannah in areas of West Africa, North and Central Africa, Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia, from here it continues south to East Africa, starting from Malawi and South Zambia, with the possibility of occurrence in northern Mozambique.
The Quaker parrot (Myiopsitta monachus) is also called the monk parrot. This is a small species that stands out for its green body with a grayish chest and stomach (may be greenish yellow). He hails from temperate regions of South America. The name Quaker comes from its distinguishing feature, trembling and shaking.
The lizard snake (Malpolon monspessulanus) belongs to the squamous order. External signs of a lizard snake. The lizard snake has a body length of up to two meters, the third part falls on the tail. The head at the top is distinguished by a concave surface and smoothly passes into the body. The front of the head from the nostrils to the eyes has a pointed and slightly elevated shape.
The Malagasy narrow-band mongoose (Mungotictis decemlineata) also has other names: narrow-band mungo or linear mungo. Distribution of Malagasy narrow-band mongoose. The narrow-band mongoose extends exclusively to southwestern and western Madagascar. The species is found only in the region of the island of Menabe on the west coast (from 19 degrees to 21 degrees south latitude), was found in the area around the lake in the protected area of Tsimanampetsutsa on the southwestern side of the island.
Akepa (Loxops coccineus) or Scarlet Hawaiian arboreal. The name of the genus comes from the Greek word Loxia, which means “looks like a crossbill”, due to the unusual asymmetric shape of the beak. The name akepa in the local dialect means “lively” or “agile,” and indicates restless behavior. The spread of akep.
The southern hook-nosed snake (Heterodon simus) belongs to the squamous order. Distribution of southern hook-nosed snake. Southern hook-nosed is already endemic to North America. It is found in the southeastern United States, mainly in North and South Carolina, on the south coast of Florida and in the west extends to the Mississippi.
The keeled grassy (Opheodrys aestivus) belongs to the squamous order. Spread of keeled grassy snake. Keeled grass is already widely distributed throughout the southeastern United States. It is often found in southern New Jersey and lives along the east coast of Florida. The habitat extends from the western ridge to central Oklahoma, Texas and northern Mexico.
The dwarf three-fingered sloth (Bradypus pygmaeus) was classified as a separate species in 2001. Distribution of dwarf three-fingered sloth. The dwarf three-fingered sloth is known only on the island of Isla Escudo de Veraguas, on the islands of Bocas del Toro, located near Panama 17.6 km from the mainland.
The southern three-lane armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus) belongs to the armadillo squad. Distribution of the southern three-lane armadillo The southern three-lane armadillo lives in South America: in the north and in the center of Argentina, Eastern and Central Bolivia, and some parts of Brazil and Paraguay. The habitat extends from Eastern Bolivia and southwestern Brazil, through the Gran Chaco of Paraguay, Argentina (province of San Luis).
White-breasted Madagascar shepherd (Mesitornis variegatus). This species of birds inhabits Madagascar. External signs of a white-breasted Madagascar cowgirl. The white-breasted Madagascar shepherd is a ground bird 31 cm long. The plumage of the upper side of the body is reddish-brown, with a gray spot on the upper part, the white bottom is dotted with black crescents.
The flat-backed tortoise (Natator depressus) belongs to the order of the tortoise. Distribution of flat-backed tortoise. The flat-backed turtle is endemic to Australia and rarely moves from the main distribution sites - the northern waters of Australia. From time to time it migrates to the Tropic of Capricorn or the coastal waters of Papua New Guinea in search of food.
Blending's tortoise (Emydoidea blandingii) belongs to the tortoise squad, a reptile class. Blending Turtle Spread. Blending's turtles come from North America. The range extends west to Southeast Ontario and to the southern part of new Scotland. They inhabit the south of the United States in the Great Lakes region.
Atlantic Ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) is a small marine reptile. External signs of the Atlantic Ridley. The Atlantic Ridley is the smallest species of sea turtles, ranging in size from 55 to 75 cm. The average length is - 65 cm. Individual individuals weigh from 30 to 50 kg. Head and limbs (flippers) are not retractable.
The lamellar armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus) belongs to the armadillo squad. The spread of the lamellar armadillo. Lamellar armadillos live only in deserts and arid regions of central Argentina. The geographic distribution spectrum is limited in the east by a high amount of rainfall that floods the burrows.
The radiant tortoise (Astrochelys radiata) belongs to the tortoise squad, a reptile class. The spread of the radiant tortoise. The radiant tortoise is found in nature only on the southern and southwestern outskirts of the island of Madagascar. This species was also imported to the nearby Reunion Island. Radiant tortoise (Astrochelys radiata) Habitats of the radiant tortoise.
The long-nosed filodrios (Philodryas baroni) belongs to the already distinctive family, squamous order. The distribution of the long-nosed philodrios. The long-nosed filodrios is distributed in South America, in Northern Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia. Long-nosed philodrias (Philodryas baroni) Habitats of the long-nosed philodrios.