Slow-moving arboreal mammals found in South and Central American rainforests, known for their unique lifestyle.
Pandas: Beloved black and white bears, native to China, inhabit mountainous forests, and mainly feed on bamboo.
Large semi-aquatic mammals with barrel-shaped bodies, spending most of their time in water.
Koalas inhabit open forests and woodlands, relying on food trees and adapting to urban environments.
North American opossums, including the Virginia opossum, are skilled tree climbers, aided by sharp claws and a prehensile tail.
The snake uses sharp teeth to catch prey and constricts its body to suffocate the animal for consumption.
Nurse sharks are large, slow-moving sharks with powerful jaws and serrated teeth, but generally pose little threat to humans.
The Echidna comprise four of the five living species in a group of egg-laying mammals known as monotremes.