Our animals

Alpaca

Alpacas are bred in large herds grazing at altitudes between 3500 and 5000 m in the Andes of southern Peru, northern Bolivia and northern Chile. Unlike blade, they are not used for the burden...

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Ox Watussi

This breed is derived from a wild species that became extinct in 1600 and nowadays there is no population in the wild. The physical characteristics that distinguish the ox watussi....

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Capped Capuchin

They are diurnal and arboreal monkeys and live in groups of 8-15 individuals: the females are all related, while males who has reached the sexual maturity, look for other clans. These monkeys are...

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Boar

The wild boar is the best known and widespread ungulate; despite the heavy hunting pressure, its numerical growth is unstoppable and increasing 200% every year. At birth the puppies are streaked...

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Croats

Compared to other members of the family of Procyonidae, it appears to have more diurnal habits; with a strong social, croats live in groups of 4-25 people: 2 years-old males leave their group....

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Crisocione

The crisocione is different from other canids such as the wolf, the wild dog or the dhole because he does not live in packs and does not hunt large preys. The pairs are formed only to raise offspring...

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Jaguar

It is the biggest American cat, its name comes from the name Indians "Yaguar" which means " who kills with one leap." The jaguar is a skilled climber and feeds on large ungulates (deer), big rodents...

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Highland

This breed is known for its hardiness and resistance to extreme environments, in fact the Highland have been since always raised without the use of sheds or shelters undergoing a strong natural selection...

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Hippo

The word hippopotamus comes from the greek and means "river horse". There are only two living species of hippo in the world. Its role in Africa is important to the ecosystem that man's life...

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Porcupine

It is the largest representative of the rodents of the old world and is also one of the african and european mammals most recognizable. The females are often larger than the males: they can exceed 20 kg. ...

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Llama

the Llama is one of the four species of South American camelids (the others are the vicuña, alpaca and guanaco): these animals were bred not only as pack animals, but also to obtain wool and meat...

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Lichi del Nile

They are animals from the crepuscular, active habits mainly in the early morning and late afternoon. Like all antelopes Kobus is generally fundamental the proximity to rivers or wetlands...

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Lynx

The lynx feeds on animals of small and medium-sized as hares, rabbits, foxes, birds and invertebrates. Rarely attacks larger animals such as deer. Crepuscular and nocturnal hunter, lynx waits patiently...

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Wolf

The wolf is one of the great Italian and European carnivores; its social organization is known and strictly hierarchical: the herd. This group of individuals is led by a dominant pair named alpha...

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Japanese Macaque

It lives in mixed herds ranging from 20 to 100 individuals: the ratio of males to females is 1:3. Among the female subjects, there is a strict hierarchy, not for the males who often tend to change pack...

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Mara'

hese rodents, improperly called "hares" because of their long ears and hopping gait, belong to the family of guinea pigs. They are very agile animals that can reach running 45 km per hour and jump even 2 mt. high...

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Raccons

It is the most recognizable of Procyonidae family especially because of its typical black mask, which reminds the mask of a bandit. It is not a great runner because of its short legs and partly...

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Puma

The puma has many different names (mountain lion, cougar, etc.); its name comes from the American Indian language Quechua and was considered sacred by the Aztecs and the Maya of Mexico...

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Red squirrel

The red squirrel is an omnivorous rodent that mainly lives in trees. It remains active even during the winter season: only in case of heavy and prolonged snowfall seeks refuge for several days in hollow logs....

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Gray squirrel

The gray squirrel is an animal mostly daytime with peak activity at dawn and dusk. He spends his time searching for food (seeds and dried fruit) that hides in tree trunks and in holes dug in the ground...

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Fox Corsac

This little fox, well adapted to harsh environments, can survive with very little water: the fox succeeds in finding the necessary liquids from its preys. It feeds on small insects and small rodents...

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Wallaby Bennet

The Wallaby Bennett is the largest among the existing species of wallaby, so much so that it is often mistaken for a kangaroo proper. It likes to lives alone or in small groups that share the same foraging area...

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Zebra Grant

Grant's zebra is the smallest of the existing species of zebras, but also the fastest: can touch the 85 Km / h! The zebras are gregarious animals that constitute groups of some tens of individuals...

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Ammotrago

The horns, present also in females, are big and strong, divergent and arched downwards and backwards, and have a triangular section. These animals live in small groups, and are perfectly adapted...

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American buffalo

In the great American plains, the buffalos are moving in herds, often very large one. They spend most of their time grazing and ruminating. Adult females and their pets live in hierarchically organized groups...

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Red Deer

Red deer owes its name to its "snooty" posture: with neck erect and elegant walk, he’s moving light and refined in the most dense forests, grasslands at different altitudes; It is majestic, vehement and fast in the trot...

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Dromedary

It's a mistake thinking that the dromedary, like the camel, is able to withstand long periods of drought thanks to the reserves of water stored in its hump. Actually this is false because the hump...

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Gnu whith white tail

This wildebees currently lives both in the wild in nature reserves and under domestication, in many areas of the 'Southern Africa. While naturally his character is shy and not aggressive, in captivity...

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Lion

The lion has always considered the king of animals, perhaps because of the fierce looks and his thick mane like a crown around the massive head, or maybe because it's the largest African feline...

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Tiger

This large, solitary cat which has always been a symbol of strength and pride, is actually one of the most vulnerable animals on the planet. Only in the twentieth century have become extinct 3 of 9 subspecies...

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Yak

Wild yaks spend most of their time to graze and they are active mainly during the day. They live in herds that can vary in size from 20 to 200 individuals, but generally the males form groups of 2 to 5 individuals...

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Tiger Salamander

The Ambystoma tigrinum is a close relative of Axolotl but contrary to his Mexican cousin, it performs a complete metamorphosis although sometimes the larval stage can last up to three years...

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Boa

The Boa constrictor like almost all Boas, is ovoviviparous, i.e. the female holds the eggs inside, acting as an incubator, then give birth to babies perfectly formed and independent...

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Chamaleon Helmeted

Like all chameleons, also helmeted chameleon feeds mainly on insects and other arthropods such as spiders, scorpions and centipedes which captures with its extensible language...

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Chlamydosaurus

The feature that makes this a unique lizard is its peculiar defensive attitude that is to open a huge membrane sides of the head (cloak), thanks to two bones acting as a frame. This terrific attitude, combined...

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Bearded Dragon

The Bearded Dragon owes its name to the presence of a "beard" on its throat formed by growths similar to stings but flexible. When the animal feels threatened or when a male challenge rivals, the beard blows...

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Green Iguana

This big chestnut has an almost exclusively vegetarian diet, feeding on abundant amounts of fruits, vegetables and sprouts but occasionally eats also eggs, insects and small vertebrates...

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Stick Insect

This insect has reached an extraordinary degree of mimicry: in fact especially when it stretches its legs along the body is identical to a twig. As with almost all the representatives of this family...

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Chinese Water Dragon

Despite the name "water", this lizard has much more arboreal habits than aquatic: it tends to frequent the portion of vegetation that overlooks a river or a pond. In this environment the Physignatus...

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Burmense Python

This python is one of the largest snakes in the world: females can reach 6m in length and weighing 120kg. Normally, the average size is around 4 m for females, and the 2.5 m for males...

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Royal Python

The Royal Python is also called Ball Python because when it feels threatened it rolls up into a kind of ball and puts his head in the centre, this way hiding its most vulnerable part among the muscular coils....

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Carpet Python

Its common name is due to the color and design of his skin, which resembles a Kilim rug. It is the most common python in Australia with several subspecies with considerable variability....

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Grain Snake

It is one of the most common snakes in the United States with four subspecies and many "steps" of color called "locality" that take its name from the distribution areas (Florida keys, Miami phase, Okeetee...

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Royal Snake Of California

The royal snake of California, like many other of the genus Lampropeltis, has strong ofiofaghe habits: it feeds on other snakes, including venomous rattlesnakes. The snakes...

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Argentine Tegu

The Tegu lizard is omnivorous: in fact, besides being a predator capable of capturing prey of considerable size (like rabbits, birds and reptiles), eats a lot of fruits and seeds without disdaining eggs and fish...

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Hermann Tortoise

Tortoises have a good view: can distinguish shapes, colors and even recognize people. They have a very clear sense of direction: if they are moved a few hundred meters from the territory...

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Black Swan

It is a bird that lives in large colonies, which migrate depending on the climate to escape the periods of drought. It's the negative copy It is a copy negative of the best-known wild swan or mute swan which has long been persecuted in Australia...

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Emu'

The emu is a social bird that can be found in pairs or in groups of hundreds of individuals. Good sexual dimorphism, the male is smaller than the female also by about 10%...

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