Pangolin – the scaly anteater


This nocturnal solitary mammal spends it’s time eating ants and termites. Sometimes called a “scaly anteater” because of the tough, overlapping scales that cover it’s body. It’s sticky and very long tongue and great sense of smell allow it to find it’s prey, sometimes burrowing underground. See Image

Ring-Tailed Lemur – Island Native


A primate found living in social groups – called a troop – and native to the island of Madagascar. Their distinctive markings of 13 alternating black and white bands on their long tail are covered in smelly secretions during mating season as males engage in “stink battles.” See image

Veiled Chameleon – the Hidden Predator


This tree lizard can remain still and concealed while waiting on their prey – insects. Eyes that can rotate independently allows them to see in two directions at once and flattened bodies that are leaf-shaped make this predator very skilled at hunting and disguise. Their most famous feature See image