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  • American Bison

    Some have estimated Bison heards in North America at 60 million when Europeans first set foot on the Continent. The Bison migration across the Great Plains of North America was comparable to the African Serengeti migrations. Yellowstone National Park

  • American Bison

    Yellowstone National Park

  • American Bison

    Nursing Calf, Yellowstone National Park

  • European Bison (Wisent)

    Port Lympne, England

  • Grizley Bear

  • Ibex

    Swiss Alps

  • Ibex

    Swiss Alps

  • Ibex

    Swiss Alps

  • Domestic Goats

    Swiss Alps

  • Domestic Sheep

    Lake District, England

  • Pronghorn

    Endemic to North America. The Pronghorn is not a true antelope but in a family by itself. The Pronghorn is the only North American big game animal that has branched horns. Yellowstone National Park

  • Mountain Goat

    Glacier NP

  • Mountain Goat

    Banff, Alberta

  • Mountain Goats

    Banff, Alberta

  • Mountain Goats

    Banff, Alberta

  • Big Horn Sheep

    This is one of three species of mountain sheep in North America. Yellowstone National Park

  • Big Horn Sheep

    Banff National Park, Canada

  • unnamed

    Port Lympne, England

  • unnamed

    Port Lympne, England

  • Common Eland

    Port Lympne, England

  • Common Elands

    Port Lympne, England

  • Common Elands

    Port Lympne, England

  • Common Elands

    Port Lympne, England. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • Red Lechwe

    Port Lympne, England

  • Red Lechwe

    Port Lympne, England

  • Red Lechwe

    Port Lympne, England

  • Roan Antelopes

    Port Lympne, England

  • Blue Wildebeest

    Port Lympne, England

  • Pere David Deer

    Port Lympne, England

  • Rothschild Giraffe

    Port Lympne, England

  • Rothschild Giraffe

    Port Lympne, England

  • Black Rhinoceros

    Port Lympne, England

  • Black Rhinoceros

    Port Lympne, England

  • Black Rhinoceros (baby)

    Port Lympne, England

  • Red Fox

    This fox is found throughout North America. Colorado Rocky Mountains

  • Red Fox

    Port Lympne, England

  • Coyote

    Guadalupe Oaks, San Jose, California

  • Coyote

    Guadalupe Oaks, San Jose, California

  • Bobcat

    San Jose Foothills, California

  • Bobcat

    San Jose Foothills, California

  • Bobcat

  • Leopard

  • Snow Leopard

    SF Zoo

  • Snow Leopard

    Bronx Zoo

  • Black Leopard

    Black in the larger cats is typically a melanistic (black pigment) color variant. Bronx Zoo

  • Tiger

    Siberian Tigers are the largest cats in the world. Bronx Zoo

  • Tiger

    Denver Zoo

  • Tiger

    SF Zoo

  • Lion

    SF Zoo

  • Lion

    Port Lympne, England

  • African Elephant

    African elephants can reach a height of 13 ft and weigh 15,000 lbs. Dallas Zoo

  • Zebra

    The stripes on Zebras come in different patterns, unique to each individual. Foals find their mother by identifying the distinctive stripes.

  • Chapman Zebra

    Port Lympne, England

  • Chapman Zebra

    Port Lympne, England. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • Red Ruffed Lemur

    Native to Madagascar as are all Lemurs, this species occuring only in the rain forests of the northeast part of the island.

  • Gelada Baboon

    Geladas are found only in the high grassland of the central Ethiopian plateau. Bronx Zoo

  • Gorilla?

  • Javan Lutung Monkey

    It is endemic to the rainforests of Java, and other Indonesian Islands. Juveniles are orange in color. Adult males and females are both usually glossy black. Bronx Zoo

  • Patas Monkey

    Ranges from West Africa to East Africa. SF Zoo

  • Patas Monkey

    SF Zoo

  • Squirrel

  • Squirrel

    San Jose, California

  • Black-tailed JackRabbit

    Don Edwards NWR, California

  • Marmot