Their long hind legs, enormous tails, and arched backs set them apart. They are native to Australia and are the nation’s symbol featuring coins and the coat of arms.
Fun Fact: Kangaroos can stand on their tails.
The Keel-billed Toucan is also known as rainbow toucan due to its large, colorful bill. This bird can be found in Central and South America. It is characterized by its small body and large beak, which is one-third of its size.
This is a crossbreed of an American Pygmy and a Nubian goat. It is resistant to a lot of illnesses that plague goats.
Its milk is fatty and sweet, and Kinder goats can produce up to half a gallon in a day.
This reptile’s dark brown, green, and black scales blend in with its surroundings. When it feels threatened by an animal or human, it will expand its hood and raise the top half of its body off the ground.