The emu is the largest bird native to Australia. It is the second-largest bird in the world (still in existence) by height, other than the ostrich.
Macaws are long-tailed often very colourful parrots. Macaws can be distinguished from other parrots by their larger beaks and long tails.
The adult male is a striking and unmistakable bird. It has a red bill, large white crescent above the eye and reddish face and “whiskers”.
The Jamaican Boa is endemic to Jamaica, meaning it is found only in Jamaica and nowhere else.
Cuban Boas are silver grey in colour, patterned with saddles, blotches and spots of reddish brown to black.
The the world’s largest bird. They roam the African Savanna and desert lands and get most of their water from the plants they eat.
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.
Caribbean Flamingos are the only Flamingos to naturally inhabit North America and several islands in the Caribbean.
The African Lion & Lioness usually live in prides which are made up of several lionesses and one or 2 Lions.