Toucans live in South America, ranging from southern Mexico southwards to northern Columbia and the western edge of Venezuela. They are found in the canopies of tropical and subtropical rainforests where they share their homes, made in the holes of… read more →
The Gray’s monitor, known locally as the butaan, is a shy, mostly arboreal lizard endemic to the Philippines. Young lizards survive on snails, insects, and crabs; as they mature, the monitors shift to a more frugivorous diet that includes ripe… read more →
The Madagascar radiated tortoise is a critically endangered reptile native to the spiny forests of southern and southwestern Madagascar. It has disappeared entirely from 40% of its historical range, and the remaining populations have shrunk severely by recent and ongoing… read more →
The Kikuyu colobus monkey lives in small family groups and occupies the upper canopies of Africa’s tropical forests and wooded grasslands. This infant male is one of two babies born in February 2015.