• Of all primates, a gorilla’s feet bear the most resemblance to those of humans. • A female mountain gorilla may produce just two to six offspring over her 40-year lifespan. Males, which often breed with harems of three to four different females, increase their reproductive output by fathering 10–20 offspring over 50 years
Florida panthers do not roar, but they do make sounds. These include chirps, peeps, whistles, moans, screams, growls, hisses and (like domestic cats), purrs. The Florida panther is the last subspecies of Puma still surviving in the eastern United States. Only about 100 of these rare creatures remain in the wild.
Only half of all tiger cubs survive to the age of two, and of those who survive, less than half (40 percent) live to establish their own territories. The Bengal tiger's roar can be heard from almost two miles away.
Onagers are notorious for their inability to be tamed by man. Onagers are fast runners and have been recorded at speeds of over 30 mph (50 km h).
Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys are both terrestrial and arboreal, which means they spend their time on land and in trees Over the past 40 years, the population of Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys has decreased by 50%.
Manatees are the state of Florida’s official marine animal. Manatees can consume 7.5% of their body weight in vegetation every day.
Northern fur seals sleep on their backs while floating along the surface with their fins sticking out of the water. This is called the "jug-handle" position.