Giant pandas are rare bears with distinct black-and-white fur, mainly feeding on bamboo but occasionally meat.
Industrial farming popularized affordable domestic turkeys, while males are called toms or stags and have fleshy facial protrusions.
Jerboas, desert rats with remarkable agility, inhabit arid regions, relying on speed and hearing to evade predators.
Ostriches, large flightless birds, rely on running and powerful kicks for defense, debunking the head-in-the-ground myth.
Sloths, arboreal mammals in Central/South America, hang upside down, using claws for support, facing threats like poaching.
Koalas, marsupials mistaken as bears, are recognizable by their fluffy ears and unique nose shape.
Kakapo, a flightless parrot owl from New Zealand, faces breeding challenges, limited intelligence, and population decline.
Invasive cane toads harm Australia's ecosystems, reproduce prolifically, and exhibit indiscriminate mating behaviors, causing ecological damage.