African Lion

The African lion, as it’s name suggests, lives in Africa. They live in prides that consist of females and their cubs, as well as a few males. Whilst they are commonly called “the king of the jungle” they typically live on the savannas or grasslands. The females in the pride often do the hunting however […] Read more »

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African Penguin

The African Penguin or black-footed penguin is found on 24 islands in between Aloga bay and Namibia (near Port Elizabeth, Africa). Whilst some American penguins and the African penguin both make the same sound as a donkeys bray, the African Penguin is nicknamed the “jackass” penguin. The African penguin can live for 10-27 years old […] Read more »

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Aye-Aye

The aye-aye inhabits the forests of Madagascar. It is the largest nocturnal lemur in the world. The aye-aye was on the risk of being extinct in 1980 but survived. The main cause of this was the fact that some tribes believe that they are evil. If a aye-aye was caught in their village the aye-aye would be killed. […] Read more »

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