Mammals There are over 800 types of sheep in the world. The sheep is a mammal used as livestock.
Mammals The rabbits live in dry areas near sea level. House rabbit tend to get along with other pets.
Mammals The squirrel is a very ancient species and small. Squirrel eat nuts and seeds.
Mammals Foxes live two to three two to three years but some day reach ten. Foxes are smaller than wolves.
Mammals They have slender legs, hooves, halved and long neck. Deer are herbivores.
Reptiles The grass snake is typically dark green or brown in colour with a characteristic yellow collar behind the head, which explains the alternative name ringed snake. The colour may also range from grey to black, with darker colours being more prevalent in colder regions, presumably owing to the thermal benefits of being dark in colour.
Reptiles The viviparous lizard feeds on invertebrates, mostly small insects. It shakes larger prey in its jaws before chewing it and swallowing it whole. In early spring, late autumn, and cool summer days it basks in the sun to reach its optimum body temperature, which is about 30°C.
Reptiles Any of several groups of venomous snakes of the Viperidae family including Vipera berus, the common European adder, found in Europe and northern Asia.
Reptiles Anguis, or the slow worm, is a small genus of lizard in the family Anguidae. It has two described species.
Reptiles In East Africa, they are found mostly in rivers, lakes, marshes, and dams. They have been known to enter the sea in some areas, with one specimen having been seen 11 km off St Lucia Bay in 1917. In Madagascar, they have adapted to living in caves.
Birds The Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) is a small gull which breeds in much of Europe and Asia, and also in coastal eastern Canada. Most of the population is migratory, wintering further south, but some birds in the milder westernmost areas of Europe are resident.
Birds Avocets have long legs and long, thin, upcurved bills (giving their scientific name Recurvirostra) which they sweep from side to side when feeding in the brackish or saline wetlands they prefer. The plumage is pied, sometimes also with some red.
Birds It is a robust typical warbler, mainly grey in plumage. Like most Sylvia species, it has distinct male and female plumages: The male has the small black cap from which the species gets its name, whereas in the female the cap is brown.
Birds The Bar-tailed Godwit is a relatively short- legged species of godwit. The bill-to-tail length is 37–41 cm, with a wingspan of 70–80 cm.
Birds The Arctic Tern is a medium- sized bird around 33–36 cm (13–15 in) from the tip of its beak to the tip of its tail. The wingspan is 76–85 cm. The weight is 86–127 g (3.0– 4.5 oz). The beak is dark red, as are the short legs and webbed feet. Like most terns, the Arctic Tern has high aspect ratio wings and a tail with a deep fork.