Africa - aardvark, African wild cat, African elephant, many antelopes,baboon, buffalo, Cape hunting, dog, cheetah, giraffe, gnu,hartebeest, hippopotamus, hyena, impala, jackals,kudu, leopard, lion, meerkat, mongoose, oryx, ostrich, red-billedoxpecker, rhinoceros, vulture, wildebeest, zebra, and many otheranimals.
Australia - dingo, emu, kangaroo, wallaby, wombat, and manyother animals. Many non-native animals have been introduced,including The camel, donkey, goat, horse, rabbit, and sheep.
Centipedes:they like to livein dark anddamp placesand eat smallcreatures forfoodEarwigs: theylike dark dampplaces and theyeat dead plantmaterials andother insectsMoles: they havevery strong front legswhich help them todig tunnelsunderground. Theyhave very small eyesand are almost blind.Their foods areworms and insects.Groundbeetles: theyare a kind ofbeetle that liveunder stonesand logs. Theyusually huntfor food atnightWoodmouse: theycan move veryquickly by jumpingand they can maketunnelsunderground. Theyfeed on insects andspiders
South America - armadillo, opossum,, fox, jaguarllama, puma, rhea, tapir, many rodents, and many other animals.
Eurasia - golden pheasant, leopard gecko, snowleopard, vole, and many other animals.