The Herpestidae family includes the little carnivorous predators known as mongooses. They can also be found in Southern Asia, but they are indigenous to Africa.


Meerkats are diminutive versions of mongooses, and they have broad heads, big eyes, long legs, and snout legs. Southern Africa is where you can find them most frequently.


A group of New World parrots known as macaws are distinguished by their long tails and vibrant feathers. They are primarily found in North and South America.


Among the Corvidae family of birds are magpies. The majority of magpies have black and white feathers, while some are found with colours of grey, green, and blue. They are thought to be intelligent beings.


Mosquitoes are tiny flies in the Culicidae family. They have a slim segmented body, pairs of wings, and three pairs of legs. Mosquito bites cause severe diseases such as Dengue and Malaria.


Small mammals with long tails and fuzzy bodies are monkeys. They have a strong feeling of intellect, and research shows that monkeys are just as intelligent as young children.


A species of penguin called the macaroni penguin is primarily found in the Antarctic peninsula. They are Spheniscidae family members.

Macaroni Penguin

Moose is a species of new world deer, commonly referred to as elk. They are the largest and heaviest living member of the deer family.


Mandrills belong to the family of old-world monkeys and are classified as primates.


Some species of the Mantella Frog are not venomous, despite the fact that they are classified as an amphibian.

Mantella Frog 

Millipedes belong to the class of arthropods and have a body with two sets of legs that are jointed together.