Air-breathing animals, they usually have hair or fur and females produce milk for their young.
Diverse group, warm-blooded, have feathers, wings, breath through their lungs and lay eggs.
Cold-blooded, able to control their body temperature by moving between hot and cold areas
Over 6,000 species, includes three main groups; frogs & toads, salamanders and caecilians.
At least 30,000 species, range in size from the whale shark (12 metres) to dwarf goby (1 centimetre).
Sudan, the world's last surviving male northern white rhino has died after months of poor health in 19th March 2018.
Sudan, who was 45, lived at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.
is a large, mostly herbivorous, semiaquatic mammal native to sub-Saharan Africa. Hippos are still found in the rivers and lakes of the northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya, north through to Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan,
The Dongola or Dongolawi is a riding horse native to Sudan and to western Eritrea and Cameroon. It is strongly linked to the Barb horse and also bears resemblances to the Arab horse and is estimated to be partly descended from the Iberian horse during the 13th century
Elephants are the Earth's Largest Land-Animals.
Elephants are the only animal that can't jump.
To see who is stronger, males (called bulls) fight by butting their long necks and heads. This is known as “necking“. These fights end when one bull admits defeat and walks away.
Around 50 percent of orangutans have fractured bones, due to falling out of trees on a regular basis.