Mako Shark

The mako is the fastest shark reaching up to 74 kilometers per hour and landing the name “peregrine falcon of the sea.”
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Penguin

Penguins are birds that cannot fly but they can reach up to 15 miles per hour underwater. They have flippers for wings and are excellent divers.
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Thresher Shark

Thresher sharks are easily recognizable by their “weaponised” caudal fin, which can be as long as their body, up to 20 feet (6 meters).
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Elkhorn and Staghorn Coral

Corals form remarkably diverse communities called coral reefs, which provide the reef complexity and habitat for many fish species, and thus help productivity of reef ecosystems. 
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Sperm Whale

Sperm whales are easily recognized: they have massive heads and prominent rounded foreheads. Their heads hold large quantities of a substance called spermaceti, which gives them their name.
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Manta Ray

The giant manta ray has the largest brain of all the world’s fish, but they filter-feed on some of smallest organisms in the oceans.
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Seahorse

Seahorses are fish. They live in water, breath through gills and have a swim bladder. In contrast to most other fish, seahorses are monogamous and some species mate for life.
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Dugong

Dugongs are more closely related to elephants than to whales and dolphins. They have long been associated with myths, and early sightings have led to legends of mermaids and sirens.
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Polar Bear

Polar bears are charismatic marine mammals and the world’s largest species of bear – they weigh up to 1,300 pounds and can be up to 9 feet long.
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Sea Turtle

Sea turtles are slow on land but quick and agile in the water. This animal strikes a balance between embarking on adventures and maintaining a comfortable pace.
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Sawfish

Clever, sensible and built for camouflage, the sawfish, also known as a carpenter shark, is actually part of the ray family.
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Jaguar

Incomparably powerful and confident, the jaguar is the most elusive of the big cats and is difficult to spot in the forest.
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Lion

Lions are known for being strong, ferocious and commanding. But behind the fierce façade, these big cats are social animals that live in tight units called prides where sisters look after, and will even nurse, one another’s cubs.
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Snow Leopard

Large, swift and gentle, the snow leopard is a member of the big cat family found high in the Central and South Asian mountains.
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Tiger

Tigers are self sufficient, courageous predators that know what they want and know how to get it. This makes them quite formidable in competition.
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Rhino

Rhinos prefer to roam the world on their own and jump from even-tempered to volatile. They're also stubborn to a fault.
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Vaquita

The elusive, shy and tiny Vaquita is a rare species of porpoise endemic (meaning that it exists no where else on planet earth) to the northern part of the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez).
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Sun Bear

Sun bears depend heavily on forests, and deforestation in Southeast Asia is quickly destroying their habitat.
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Tibetan Antelope

As an adaptation, they are kept insulated in the harsh conditions of the Tibetan plateau by a warm wool coat.
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Hyacinth Macaw

The striking blue Hyacinth Macaw are known for being vibrant, lively, and incredibly social within their flocks.
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Elephant

Elephants are intelligent, emotional creatures. Herd leaders are often chosen not for their dominance but rather for their intelligence and problem solving skills.
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Helmeted Hornbill

Helmeted hornbills are known for their loyalty. They choose one mate for life and are fiercely protective of their family and homes.
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Orangutan

Orangutans are called the ‘people of the forest’. They love their alone time, and are known to forge strong bonds of friendship.
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Pangolin

Pangolins are solitary, nocturnal animals that tend to have picky tastes, and often choose to wait for their preference rather than settling for anything less.
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Rosewood

Rosewoods are large trees that are both exceptionally strong and exceptionally beautiful. They can live for hundreds of years, providing shelter for a host of forest animals and flora.
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