Amphibians are ectothermic, tetrapod vertebrae of
the class Amphibia . They inhabit a wide variety of
habitats with most species living
within terrestrial, fossorial, arboreal or
freshwater aquatic ecosystem.
Frogs and Toads - With roughly 4,000 known
species of frogs and toads, this is a group of
amphibians that have been well-studied.
Caecilians - Caecilians are amphibians that have a
snake or earthworm appearance. Caecilians
usually hide underground, which means that they
are rarely seen.
Salamanders, Newts and Mudpuppies - There are
400 species of salamanders, newts and
Waterfowl - Waterfowl can be some of the most
rewarding birds to identify, and some of the easiest
birds for novice birders to learn about. The birds here
include ducks, geese, swans, loons, pelicans, coots,
gallinules, grebes and related species.
Birds of Prey - Owls, hawks, falcons, kites and vultures
are all types of birds of prey, and different raptors can be
found all over the world. From backyard accipiter to
endangered eagles, these majestic birds can be
rewarding to observe and identify.
Pigeons & Doves - The common urban pigeon may be
the most familiar of these bird species, but pigeons and
doves can be found throughout the world with dozens
of different species. Some are drab while others are
fancy and colourful, and all
are worth seeing.
Songbirds - The most diverse grouping of birds,
songbirds represent dozens of bird families and
thousands of species. Among the most familiar and
popular are thrushes, orioles, jays, chickadees,
wrens, tanagers, pipits, waxwings and grosbeaks.
Hummingbirds - Among the tiniest birds on the
planet, hummingbirds are also some of the most
fascinating for birders. These flying jewels have
more than 300 species, all of which are found only in
the Western Hemisphere.
Warblers - Warblers are colorful, active songbirds that
often herald the coming of spring in the northern
hemisphere. With distinctive markings and unique
vocalizations, warblers are highly sought after in the
Sparrows & Finches - Seabirds spend much of their
lives on, above or in the sea. These can be some of the
most challenging birds to see and identify, but the
related gulls and terns that are also common near the
ocean and seas are much more familiar to many
An arthropod is an invertebrate animal having
an exoskeleton, a segmented body, and
jointed appendages. Arthropods are members of
the phylum Arthropod and include
the insect, arachnids, and crustaceans.
Arachnida – Arachnids are a class of joint-legged in
vertebrae animals in the subphylum Cheliceratae
Crustacea – Crustaceans (Crustacea) form a very large
group of arthropods, usually treated as a subphylum,
which includes such familiar animals as crabs,
lobster, crayfish, shrimp, krill and barnacles
Dipoploda – Millipedes are myrapods of
the class Diplopoda that have two pairs of legs on most
Chilopoda -Centipedes are arthropods belonging
to the class Chilopoda of the
subphylum Myriapoda. They are
elongated metameric creatures with one pair of
legs per body segment
Insecta - Insects are a class of invertebrae within
the arthropod phylum that have
a chitinous exoskeloton, a three-part body
(head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs of
jointed legs, compound eyes and one pair
Mammals area clade of endothermic amniotes
distinguished from the reptiles and
the birds by the possession of hair,
three middle ear bone, mammary glands in
females, and a neocortex (a region of the brain).
Monotreme -Monotremes are mammals that
lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young
like marsupials and placental mammals.
Marsupials - Marsupials are members of the
mammal family. However, they are different
from other mammals because they have an
abdominal pouch to carry their young.
Placental - Placental mammals all bear live
young, which are nourished before birth in
the mother's uterus through a specialized
embryonic organ attached to the uterus wall,
Reptiles, the class Reptilia, are an evolutionary
grade of animals, comprising
today's turtles, crocodile, snakes, lizards,
and tuatura, as well as many extinct groups
Crocodile - Crocodiles or true crocodiles are large
aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics
in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Austrilia.
Lizard - Lizards are a widespread group
of squamate reptile, with approximately
6,000 Species, ranging across all continents
except Antartica, as well as most oceanic island chains.
Turtles - Turtles are reptiles of
the order Chelonii or Testudines characterised by a
special bony or cartilaginous developed from
their ribs and acting as a shale.
Snakes - Snakes are elongated,
legless, carnivorous reptiles of the
suborder Serpentes that can be distinguished from legless
lizard by their lack of eyelids and external ears.
Komodo Dragons - The Komodo dragon, also known as
the Komodo monitor, is a large species of lizard found in
the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Rinca, Nores, Gili
Motang, and Padar.