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Glass Frogs

A glass frog’s translucent skin allows you to peek inside its body.

Nicobar Pigeon

The Nicobar Pigeon has a bright plumage and a noticeable white tail.

Vaquita

Meet a special species of porpoise known as the vaquita.

Bastar Hill Myna

Chhattisgarh, one of India’s most biodiverse states, is home to varied wildlife.

Cuscus

The elusive cuscus is among the many unique animals found in Australia.

Gerenuk

Did you know that the gerenuk eats while standing on two legs?

Maned Wolf

South America’s largest canid, the maned wolf is a sight to behold.

Guanacos

The South American highlands have camels of their own, the guanacos, which are very different from the camels that we see. They are considered to be the ancestors of llamas.

Desert Rain Frog

It’s a type of a rain frog but is found in the desert! Also known as South Africa or cape rain frog, the tiny desert rain frog spends most of its time under the sand and only emerges at night to feed.

Amazonian Royal Flycatcher

The Amazonian Royal Flycatcher is a passerine bird. Passerines are birds, whose toes are adapted to easily perch on branches and similar structures. The Amazonian Royal Flycatcher is found across most of the Amazon basin, although in scattered numbers.

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