Animals - Mammals - Herbivores
African mammals that eat plants.
African Elephant Facts
Here are some basic facts about the world´s largest mammal.
Information about the black and white rhinocerous living in Africa.
Antelope & Gazelle
African antelopes and gazelles.
Dromedary Camel Facts
Camels, known as "ships of the desert", once roamed throughout North Africa. Camels are now domesticated beasts of burden.
Here are some basic facts about the world´s tallest mammal.
Grevy's Zebra Facts
Grevy's Zebra is an endangered species with roughly 2,500 left in the wild. It's range has been reduced to two small areas in Ethiopia and Kenya.
A member of the giraffe family, the okapi looks like a cross between a giraffe and a zebra.
Pygmy Giraffe Facts
In the wild and purposefully bred, pygmy and dwarf giraffes have captured to imagination of people all around the world.
Pygmy Hippopotamus Facts
There are less than 3000 pygmy hippos left in the wild. Their habitat is located mostly in Liberia. Here are the basic facts about pygmy hippos.
Red Ruffed Lemur Facts
Red Ruffed Lemurs are endangered primates living in tropical rainforests on the east coast of Madagascar. They are the only primates that give birth to litters of babies.
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A favorite mammal from Madagascar has been featured in movies and television shows.
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