Wildlife Animals

Get to know all the wildlife animals on the planet. Check out outforia.com or the infographic to discover the species' habitat, diet, lifespan and many more…
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Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks: A Deep Dive Into These Endangered Ocean Predators
The scalloped hammerhead is one of ten species of hammerhead sharks. These type of sharks are unique from other hammerheads because of the shape of their head. Their hammer-like head has curves that make them resemble the shell of a scallop. They are solitary during portions of their lives. Yet, the females often like gathering in large schools. Unfortunately, the targeting of scalloped hammerheads leaves these sharks critically endangered. To learn more, check Outforia's latest article!
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Meet The Common Octopus
The common octopus is found at the deepest depths of oceans all around the world. It’s one of the most familiar cephalopod species. These sea creatures have several unique characteristics that allow them to stay hidden amongst their surroundings. We’re going to take a deep dive into everything you need to know about the common octopus, including its appearance, anatomy, habitat, diet, and special abilities. To learn more about common octopus, check Outforia's latest article!
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Fried Egg Jellyfish: A Deep Dive Into Their Mysterious Lives
Have you ever heard of a jellyfish that looks like a fried egg? No, it’s not a new culinary creation – it’s an actual creature! And it’s just as wobbly and jiggly as you’d expect. Fried egg jellyfish use the stingers in their tentacles to capture prey. Yet, some fish and crabs live on these jellyfish and within their tentacles. They use the fried egg jellyfish as protection while traveling to where they need to go. To learn more, check Outforia's latest article.
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The Black Snub-Nosed Monkey: A Unique Endangered Primate
The black snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus bieti) is an endangered primate restricted to the forested mountains of the Yunnan Province and border of southwest China. They’re also referred to as Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys. Unlike any other monkeys, this species survives in extreme high-altitude environments. Among primates, snub-nosed monkeys are considered some of the most endangered in the world. To know more, check Outforia's latest article.
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Bald Uakari: The Red-Faced Primates Of The Amazon
Discover the remarkable beauty of the bald uakari! These unique primates are easily recognizable by their bald heads, vibrant red face, and piercing blue eyes. Join us as we explore the world of the bald uakari and learn more about this fascinating creature at Outforia's latest article.
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Golden Langur: The Unique And Critically Endangered Primate
The golden langur is one of the most critically endangered monkeys in the world. With their long, golden fur, golden langurs are pretty easy to spot. However, they’re extremely shy and avoid humans when possible. Keep reading to learn about one of the rarest monkeys living in Southeast Asia and their unique characteristics.
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How Do Whales Sleep? All About Their Surprising Ways To Slumber
Unlike other sea creatures, whales are mammals and breathe through their lungs. It may sound exhausting, but did you know that whales sleep with only half of their brain? Check out Outforia'a article to learn more about how whales sleep.
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Panamanian White-Faced Capuchin: The Most Intelligent New World Monkey
The Panamanian white-faced monkey is one of the most recognized monkeys in the world. It has a unique and adorable appearance that has won it a notable TV presence. Did you know that the white-faced capuchin is one of the most intelligent monkeys? It can use tools to get food and defend itself against predators. Amazing, right? Let’s find out more about these primates in Outforia's latest article!
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All About Cinnamon Teal
Cinnamon teals can be found both in North and South America. The males have cinnamon-colored plumage, hence the name. Check out Outforia's latest article to learn more about cinnamon teals, their lifestyle, their diet, and even their mating habits.
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All About Sumatran Orangutan
Sumatran orangutans are highly intelligent creatures and can use different tools just like humans. Orangutans also share the closest DNA to humans. Sadly, the population of Sumatran orangutans continues to decline because of habitat loss. Check out Outforia's latest to learn more about Sumatran orangutans and their lifestyle.
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All About Corn Snake
Corn snakes are often mistaken for copperheads. But did you know that they don't have functional venom? They constrict their prey to hold it still while they consume it. Unlike other snake species, corn snakes also make excellent pets even for beginner snake owners. Check out Outforia's latest article to know all about corn snakes.
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All About the Reticulated Python
Aside from having beautiful skin, reticulated pythons are known as the world's longest snake. Like anacondas, pythons don't possess any venom but are powerful constrictors that rely on crushing and suffocating prey with their bodies. Check out Outforia's latest article to learn everything about reticulated python.
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All About the Green Anaconda
Green anacondas are the world's heaviest snakes and are known as one of the largest snake species out there. They hold no venom but green anacondas are giant constrictors feared due to their size. Check out Outforia's latest article to learn more about green anacondas, where they live, and all their behavior.
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Elf Owl: The Smallest Owl In The World
Despite being the smallest owl in the world, this type of owl adapted well enough to thrive until today. The elf owl is known for its brown coat providing easy camouflage. It uses its coat to pretend as a broken branch or hide inside a tree’s hollow. But did you know they also fake death to avoid predators? These unusual elf owls exhibit outstanding skills, which make them unique. Continue reading Outforia's latest article to find out what else they can do!
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All About the San Francisco Garter Snake
The San Francisco garter snake is one of America’s rarest and most beautiful snakes. They are once prized pets, but today, the species are under threat of extinction. Check out Outforia's latest article to know more about the San Francisco garter snake.