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Canis Mesomelas

golden jackal range

Conservation Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Forests, Grasslands, and desert

Height: 16-18"
Weight: 17-22 lbs
Average Lifespan: 14-16
Number of Young: 3

-They are omnivores, they like to eat both meat and vegetation
-They feed mostly on leftovers from other animals’ kills, fruits, insects, berries, and grass
-Baby jackals are called pups
-Each jackal family has their own yipping sound that only members of their own family will respond to
-They are often diurnal and nocturnal, they are active during dawn, dusk, and night

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White-Faced Saki Monkey
Scientific Name: Pithecia pithecia
Conservation Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Forest
Length: 13-16"
Weight: 3-5.2 lbs
Life Span: 14 Years
Gestation Period: 161 Days


They are frugivorous, meaning they mainly eat fruit, but sometimes eat seeds and nuts, too.

A mating pair will stay together for life.

When resting, they will cling upright to a tree trunk.

Only males have the signature white face.

Females are gray, brown, and red.

Their long, skinny fingers and toes have thick pads on the tips to give them a better grip on branches.

Also known as Guianan Saki or golden-faced saki.


Scientific Name: Dolichotis Patagonum
Conservation Status: Near Threatened

Habitat: Grassland, shrubland, forest, and desert
Height: 27.5"
Weight: 17.6 - 35.3 lbs
Life Span: 14 years in human care
Gestation Period: 98 - 100 days


-Also Known as Patagonian cavy or Patagonian hare
-They spend the greater part of the year traveling in male-female pairs, but live in large groups when rearing young
-These animals use a wide variety of vocalizations as a form of communication mainly grunts and screams
-When resting, they base themselves upon their haunches or fold their forelegs under their body like cats
-When threatened, Patagonian maras are able to take long leaps of up to 6 feet in the air

Canine

eurasian lynx
Jackal
 

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Saguinus oedipus 

Critically Endangered

Habitat Tropical Forests

Length 9.1"
Weight  15 oz
Average Lifespan 24 years
Gestation Period 140 days
Number of Young 2

Have sharp nails on all fingers except on the big toes which have flat nails
They are diurnal meaning active during the day
They are an arboreal animal and spend their entire life in the trees which provide food and shelter from predators
Females normally give birth to twins
Parents, siblings, and immigrant adults share young rearing duties for the breeding pairs young
 
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