Dogs, descendants of wolves, share physical traits but have adapted to a broader diet including grains and vegetables in modern dog food.
Sea snakes, highly venomous but not aggressive, are marine reptiles found in Australian and Asian waters.
Stingrays, typically docile, can cause injuries when stepped on, but their venomous poison is generally not deadly.
Coyotes, smaller than wolves, are widespread in North America and have adapted to various habitats and diets.
The powerful and adaptable gray wolf, found in North America and northern Asia, forms social packs for hunting.
The elusive cougar is a powerful predator, closely related to domestic cats, and hunts a variety of prey.
American gators are large, armored reptiles found in the United States, known for their impressive size and sunbathing habits.
Rattlers are shy but venomous. Seek medical attention for any bite, even if venom is not injected.