Unlike ground dwelling kangaroos, the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo’s legs and forearms are almost exactly the same length.
Green tree frogs have skin that produces several useful anti-bacterial and anti-viral compounds and scientists are studying them to develop advances in medicine. Some scientists believe that green tree frogs can control how much water is evaporated through the skin, and thus have ability to control their body temperature.
The Humphead Wrasse, also known as the Napoleon Fish, is one of the largest coral reef fishes. The Humphead Wrasse can be easily recognized by the prominent bulbous hump on its forehead and thick lips
The Gharial has between 106 - 110 teeth in its elongated snout. Male Gharials have a bulbous growth at the end of their snouts that is used to make bubbles and sounds to attract females during courtship. Gharials have the largest eggs of any crocodilian species.
The name Cheetah comes from the Sanskrit word “chita,” which means “spotted one.” Unlike lions and tigers, Cheetahs do not roar, but they do make purring sounds.
The Harpy Eagle’s talons are as large as the claws of a Grizzly Bear. Harpy Eagles build large nests that can measure 5 ft (1.5 m) across and 4 ft (1.2 m) deep.