A baby quoll- The quoll is a carnivorous marsupial native to mainland Australia, New Guinea, and Tasmania. It is primarily nocturnal and spends most of the day in its den. Of the six species of quoll, four are found in Australia and two in New Guinea.
The black & rufous elephant shrew is one of 17 species of elephant shrew found only in Africa. Adults are about long & lbs. It is native to Kenya & Tanzania. It eats insects (beetles, termites, ants, and spiders), supplementing this with fruits and seeds.
The Golden-headed Manakin My U of M Bird! (Ceratopipra erythrocephala) is a small passerine bird which breeds in tropical South America. It is found from Panama, Colombia and Trinidad south and east to the Guianas and Brazil and northern Peru.
The Galapagos Islands is home to roughly half of the population of breeding Blue Footed Boobies. These birds are named for their bright blue feet, which the males will gladly show off as they dance around their prospective mate.
The Blue-footed Booby, The Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. These boobies live off the western coasts of Central and South America. The Galápagos Islands population includes about half of all breeding pairs of blue-footed boobies.