Animal Fact Sheets

Colouring Sheet - Lion
Colouring Sheet - Serval
Colouring Sheet - Alligator
Colouring Sheet - Python
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Serval Wookbook

African Lion Panthera leo

Lions are the worlds most social cat species living in groups called prides. The pride is inactive, resting for around 20hrs a day and are most active after dusk.

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African Serval Leptailurus serval

Servals live throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa except the central African rainforest, the deserts and plains of Namibia, and most of Botswana and South Africa.

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American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

American Alligators are found in the freshwater rivers, lakes, swamps, and marshes of the southeastern United States, primarily Florida and Louisiana.

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Bengal Tiger Panthera tigris tigris

Tigers are the largest members of the cat family and are renowned for their power, beauty and strength.

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Black-capped Capuchin Cebus apella

Black Capped Capuchins are native to Central and South America, they live in a wide range of habitats from coastal mangroves to rainforest.

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Burmese Python Python molurus bivittatus

Burmese pythons are among the largest snakes on Earth. Native to the jungles and grassy marshes of Southeast Asia, they can reach enormous sizes 8m or more in length and weighing up to 140 kg.

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Common Marmoset Callithrix jacchus

Common Marmosets are found in the Atlantic coastal forests, river and dry forests of Eastern Brazil.

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Crab-eating Macaque Macaca fascicularis

This monkey is primarily arboreal and native to Southeast Asia. It is found in a wide range of habitats, including rainforests, coastal forests and mangroves.

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Hamadryas Baboon Macaca fascicularis

This monkey is primarily arboreal and native to Southeast Asia. It is found in a wide range of habitats, including rainforests, coastal forests and mangroves.

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Native and Exotic Birds

Found in the rainforests of Central and Northern South America these large, amazingly coloured birds have predominantly blue and gold feathers.

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Native Australian Mammals

Almost of all Australia’s native mammals are marsupials. Marsupials give birth to their young and then carry them around in a pouch near their belly. The pouch is where young marsupials develop and grow.

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Puma Felis concolor

This powerful predator roams the Americas, from Florida swamps to Canadian forests, where it is also known as a mountain lion, cougar, and catamount.

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