The Ring-Tailed Coati is widespread in tropical and subtropical South America particularly in Colombia, Uraguay and northern Argentina.
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.
The Servals are a medium-sized species of cat that is found throughout sub-Saharan Africa, mainly in covered areas that are close to water.
Bobcats are tawny (greyer in winter) with distinct dark spotting. They are short with a stubby tail and ears slightly tufted.
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.
The African Lion & Lioness usually live in prides which are made up of several lionesses and one or 2 Lions.