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This is an interactive adventure game where the choices you make affect your path through the story. You can also play the game simply by asking for new animals.
Meet the Animals!
Owls are active at night. Another name for that is nocturnal.
Bats are flying mammals.
Yellow Vented Bulbull
The yellow vented bulbull appear to be nomadic, roaming from place to place regularly.
Bees have two stomachs - one stomach for eating and the other special stomach is for storing nectar collected from flowers or water so that they can carry it back to their hive.
The animal known as a panther actually refers to 3 different types of big cats, leopards or jaguars that have a black or white color mutation and a subspecies of the cougar.
The Bengal tiger is found primarily in India.
Slaty-capped Flycatcher is a small songbird of montane northwestern South America.
Baboon is a type of monkey that can be found in Africa and Arabia.
The African Elephant is characterized by its highly dexterous trunk, long curved tusks, and massive ears.
Akita are named for a region in Japan.
Wildebeest live in large herds, composed of animals of both sex and their offspring.
The name Hippopotamus comes from the Ancient Greek river horse.
The kookaburra diet consists of snakes, lizards, mice, the young of other birds, as well as insects and small reptiles.
Cows are social animals, and they naturally form large herds.
Ravens are one of the smartest animals.
Roosters peck at worms, fruit, grain, seeds, insects, snails, acorns, slugs, and similar foods.
Wild boar has long, rubbery snout that is used for digging of underground roots and bulbs.
The yellow warbler inhabits edges of the forests and swamps, areas near the streams and rivers, mangrove forests and orchards.
Each burrow has toilet, nursery room and resting area. These burrows can be overtaken by other animals, such as snakes, black-footed ferret and burrowing owls.
The turkey's distinct noise is only produced by males and is basically a way for the male to announce itself to potential mates while also, hopefully, scaring off other males.