The Eastern Grey Kangaroo is an iconic marsupial mammal. They live in mobs of 10 or more in a home range of up to 5km in eastern Australia.
Related to the sheep, the goat is lighter of build, has horns that arch backwards, a short tail, and straighter hair.
Rabbits are small mammals with fluffy, short tails, whiskers and distinctive long ears. Rabbits are very social creatures and live in large colonies.
Sheep continue to be important for wool and meat today and are also occasionally raised for pelts, as dairy animals, or as model organisms for science.
White-Tailed Deer, the smallest members of the North American Deer family, are found from southern Canada to South America.
They are great swimmers and prefer to be near water. When threatened they dive below the water and can stay submerged up to 15 minutes.
Squirrel monkeys are omnivores, eating primarily fruits and insects. Occasionally they will also eat seeds, leaves, flowers, buds, nuts and eggs.
They were introduced to the West Indies sometime in the 1800s to control populations of rodents and snakes in sugar cane plantations.
The Jamaican Pond Turtle are fresh water turtles that grow to a moderate size. These turtles share similar habits as the red-eared slider.
Capuchins have a tuft or hair on their head that is similar to the cowl of Capuche worn by Franciscan Monk, which is how they got the name.