Sunday, November 29, 2015

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Black footed ferret

The black footed ferret, also known as the American polecat, black footed mink, or prairie dog hunter, is an endangered mustelid native to North America. The ferret is the size of a mink and differs from the European polecat, which is least concern. The name ferret has the name prairie dog hunter because they prey on prairie dogs. Fewer than 750 remain and they live in the US states of South Dakota, Arizona, and Wyoming. 2 prairie dog species are also endangered and they are the Utah and Mexican.

List25: 25 Animals That Have Gone Extinct Within Past Decades

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Arctic fox

The Arctic fox (Alopex Lagopus), also known as the white fox, snow fox, blue fox, or polar fox, is a small fox native to the arctic regions of the Northern hemisphere and common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted to living in cold environments. It has a deep thick fur which is brown in the summer and white in the winter. Its 7 subspecies are the Bering, Priblof, Iceland, Greenland, Scandinavian, Siberian, and Medny arctic fox. They are only endangered in the Scandinavian area estimated to be around 120 individuals left. They are also rare or extinct on Medny island off the coast of the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia. Red foxes are twice the size of an arctic fox. The main predator of the arctic fox is the polar bear. They mainly live in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, and Russia. Because the arctic fox is such a rare animal, there are no up to date population estimates for any region, making it difficult to increase its conservation status. For now, they are listed under the category of least concern. It is one of the 3 most common fox species along with the red and fennec. It is also one of the 5 canines you will find in Alaska after the red fox, coyote, gray wolf, and domestic dog. They eat small creatures and scavenge polar bear kills such as seals.

Polecat species

African striped polecat

Saharan striped polecat

Steppe polecat

American polecat (Black footed ferret)

European polecat

Marbled polecat

Animals that are endangered that there is estimated to be around 50 left

Asiatic cheetah

Gobi bear

US states where jaguars live or lived in



New Mexico


Monday, November 23, 2015

Gobi bear

The Gobi bear (Ursus Arctos Gobiensis) is a subspecies of brown bear that is native to Mongolia's Gobi desert. It is listed as critically endangered, there is estimated to be around 50 adults and the Gobi bear is as endangered as the Asiatic cheetah.

2 really cool animals that use their tails to cool them down like a fan

Arctic fox

Giant anteater

Cobra predators





Sunday, November 22, 2015

Grandider's mongoose

The Grandider's mongoose or giant striped mongoose or Grandider's vontsira, is a small endangered mongoose that is native to Southwestern Madagascar. The species is named after Alfred Grandider. It is probably more endangered than the fossa, a cat like creature native to Madagascar that is more closely related to the mongoose. 

Narrow striped mongooses of Madagascar

Narrow striped mongoose

Grandider's mongoose

Friday, November 20, 2015

Silky anteater pictures

Silky anteater

The silky anteater or pygmy anteater (Cyclopes Didactlylus) is a species of anteater native to Central and South America. Like the giant anteater and tamandua, they live in Latin America and they eat ants and termites and mothers carry their babies on their backs. The giant and silky anteater are pretty cool animals and they are one of my favorite animals in South America.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Russian domesticated fox

The Russian domesticated fox (Vulpes Vulpes Dorsalis) is a domesticated form of red fox. As a result of selective breeding, the new foxes became tamer and more dog like. They are the only domestic subspecies of red fox.

Different kinds of ivores

Carnivore - An animal that eats only meat

Herbivore - An animal that eats only plants

Omnivore - An animal that eats both meat and plants

Insectivore - An animal that eats only insects

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Bobcat subspecies

Eastern bobcat

Nova Scotia bobcat

Florida bobcat

Midwestern bobcat

Merriam's bobcat

California bobcat

Mojave bobcat

Mexican bobcat

Oregon bobcat

Oaxaca bobcat

Northwestern bobcat

Peninsular bobcat

Texas bobcat

Nana The Border Collie: Home Alone with Nana & Kaiser

Nana The Border Collie: Cat vs dog

Big cat rescue: Do pumpkins feel pain?

Big cat rescue: GROWLOWEEN!

Big cat rescue: Big Cat Popsicles!

Big cat rescue: Never Turn Your Back on BIG CATS!

Jungle cat subspecies

Himalayan jungle cat

Indian jungle cat

Egyptian jungle cat

Syrian jungle cat

Pannonian jungle cat

Indochinese jungle cat

Thar jungle cat

Sri-Lankan jungle cat

Middle-Asian jungle cat 

2 Canis Lupus subspecies from regions that are the opposite of Canada and Antarctica

Arctic wolf

Mexican wolf

Andean mountain cat

The Andean mountain cat is an endangered cat in the genus Leopardus and is native to the Andes mountains and there is estimated to be less than 2500 individuals left.


Tamanduas are genus of anteaters with 2 species: the Northern and Southern. The word tamandua is Tupi for anteater and in Tupi and Portuguese refers to anteaters in general. Northern tamanduas live in Southeastern Mexico, Central America, West of the Andes, Northern Venezuela, and Northern Peru. Southern tamanduas live in Venezuela, Trinidad, Northern Argentina, Southern Brazil, and Uruguay.

2 animal face offs between predators and prey

Mongoose vs Cobra

Sperm whale vs Giant squid

2 predators of Africa and Eurasia that coexist in the same place



Monday, November 16, 2015

Bqureshi21: Wolf

Bqureshi21: Polar Bear

Bqureshi21: Great White Shark

Bqureshi21: Amur Leopard

Bqureshi21: Snow Leopard

Abe The Conservationist: Bali Tiger

Abe The Conservationist: Abe's Fossa Movie

Abe The Conservationist: Thylacine

Abe The Conservationist: Arizonan Jaguar

Abe The Conservationist: Cryptoprocta Spelea

Abe The Conservationist: Sardinian Dhole

Abe The Conservationist: Falkland Island Wolf

Abe The Conservationist: Honshu Wolf 2

Abe The Conservationist: Honshu Wolf

My favorite extant wolves by continent

North America - Mexican wolf

South America - Andean wolf

Europe - Italian wolf

Asia - Indian wolf

Africa - Ethiopian wolf

Australia - Dingo

Wolves and wolf like creatures of South America

Dire wolf

Chilean wolf

Andean wolf

Maned wolf

Falkland islands wolf

Dusicyon Avus

Bull shark

The bull shark, also known as the Zambezi shark in Zambia in Africa or Nicaragua shark in Nicaragua in Mexico, is the deadliest shark in the world, even deadlier than a great white shark. The bull shark is the only shark species that can live in freshwater too and they give birth to their pups in freshwater. They are called bull sharks because of their aggression. Bull sharks look like reef sharks but bigger.

Andean wolf

The Andean wolf (Dasycyon Hagenbecki), also known as the Hagenbeck's wolf, is a wolf-like canid native to the Andes mountains of South America. Wolves and their relatives live in all continents besides Antarctica. It is similar to the culpeo or Andean fox. I wish it is a real wolf, because wolves live in every continent besides South America and Antarctica, although dire wolves lived in South America. Of course Antarctica doesn't need wolves.

2 cool countries that each have subspecies of black bears



Condor species

California condor

Andean condor

Cuban condor (Extinct)

Red colobuses

Western red colobus
Pennant's red colobus

Nigerian red colobus

Preuss's red colobus

Zanzibar red colobus

Central African red colobus

Ugandan red colobus

Tana river red colobus

Udzungwa red colobus

Bouvier's red colobus

Zanzibar red colobus

The Zanzibar red colobus is an endangered subspecies of rd colobus native to the archipelago of Zanzibar and is also known as the Kirk's red colobus. The colobus would have been the prey for the recently extinct Zanzibar leopard.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Jackals of Africa

Black backed jackal

Side striped jackal

Distinct subspecies of the side striped jackal

Sundevall jackal

Canis Adustus Bweha

Central African jackal

Gray jackal

Kafue jackal

Canis Adustus Lateralis

East African side striped jackal

Side striped jackal

The side striped jackal is a jackal species native to Africa. Both black backed jackals and Side striped jackals live only in Africa but the golden jackal lives in both Eurasia and Africa and its subspecies only live in Eurasia (Europe and Asia). The black backed is smaller than the side striped. Side striped jackals are more silent that black backed jackals and golden jackals.

Black backed jackal

The black backed jackal is a jackal species native to South and East Africa. Not to be confused with the Cape jackal or the East African black backed jackal, which are 2 distinct subspecies of the black backed jackal. It is one of the 3 jackal species you'll find in Eastern Africa. This is a Cape jackal feeding on a gazelle carcass.

2 Rudyard Kipling stories that are from to Chuck Jones' cartoons too

Rikki Tikki Tavi

The White Seal

Thursday, November 12, 2015

My 2 favorite prehistoric and recently extinct animals

Extinct subspecies of reindeer

Queen Charlotte island caribou

Arctic reindeer

Arctic reindeer

The Arctic reindeer, also known as the East Greenland reindeer, is an extinct subspecies of reindeer that lived in Eastern Greenland. It was declared extinct in 1900. There is another extinct subspecies of reindeer called the Queen Charlotte island caribou which went extinct 8 years later. I noticed this species from Lost animals of the 20th century. The reindeer's skin was generally grayish or dirty white with a darker brownish back but its most striking feature was its antlers.

3 books that have animals that slip through the slot

A squirrel's tale

There's a mouse about the house

A fox's adventure (Made by me)

Island raccoons

Bahamian raccoon

Barbados raccoon (Extinct)

Cozumel raccoon

Guadeloupe raccoon

Tres Marias raccoon

Gray whale subspecies

Atlantic gray whale (Extinct)

Eastern gray whale

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

My books made by me

A fox's adventure

Facts about extinction

Lilly Tilly Taxi 

Black backed jackal subspecies

Cape jackal

East African black backed jackal

3 Nintendo 64 games that include Rareware


Donkey Kong

Banjo Kazooie

Giant rice rats that belong in the genus Megalomys

Barbuda giant rice rat

Curacao giant rice rat

Martinique giant rice rat

Santa Lucian giant rice rat

Barbados giant rice rat 

Bermuda saw whet owl

The Bermuda saw whet owl is an extinct species of owl native to the island of Bermuda. It was the last known animal that went extinct ever. It went extinct on the 29th of August, 2014. This is actually a picture of a Northern saw whet owl. There is another species that went extinct in 2014 called the Acalypha Wilderi.

Extinct owls

Bermuda saw whet owl

Red owl

Laughing owl

Extinct pigeons

Mauritius blue pigeon

Passenger pigeon

Wood pigeon

Liverpool pigeon

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

2 places where Madagascar used to be connected to when the continents split apart




Rudyard Kipling's main stories

The Jungle book

Rikki Tikki Tavi

The White seal

Toomai of the elephants

Canines that belong in the genus Canis




Fox (Red and Arctic)


Domestic dog

Big cats of the Americas




Canids of Mexico


Mexican wolf

Gray fox

Cozumel fox

Kit fox

Cats of Mexico






Living subspecies of kit foxes

San Joaquin kit fox

Desert kit fox

Cats that belong in the genus Panthera





Snow leopards

Extinct bats from Lost animals of the 20th century

Guam flying fox

Philippine bare backed fruit bat

Golden toad

The golden toad was a small true toad that was once abundant in a small, high altitude region about 4 square kilometers in an area north of the city of Monterverde, Costa Rica. It was endemic to Elfin cloud forest. It is also called the Monte verde toad, Alajuela toad, and orange toad. It was declared extinct on May 15th, 1989 and it also went extinct in 2004. It is one of the 6 extinct animals on film. This is a picture of a male golden toad. The 6 extinct animals on film are the Heath hen, thylacine, Laysan rail, golden toad, baiji, and Western black rhino.

Extinct ungulates from Lost animals of the 20th century

Queen Charlotte island caribou

Caucasian wisent

Burchell's zebra

Merriam's elk

Audubon's badlands bighorn sheep

Schombergk's deer

Syrian wild ass

Portuguese ibex

Rufus gazelle

Cape red hartebeest

Shansi sika deer

Arctic reindeer



Extinct marsupials from Lost animals of the 20th century


Toolache wallaby

Pig footed bandicoot

Crescent nail tailed wallaby

Extinct tigers from Lost animals of the 20th century

Bali tiger

Caspian tiger

Extinct bears from Lost animals of the 20th century

Mexican grizzly bear

Bergman's bear

California grizzly bear

Extinct wolves from Lost animals of the 20th century

Honshu wolf

Newfoundland wolf

Florida black wolf

Great plain wolf

Extinct foxes from Lost animals of the 20th century

Southern California kit fox

Falkland island wolf

People that filmed videos in Mcjuggernuggets




Jeff (Psycho dad)

Uncle Larry