Cougars are formidable animals found in South and North America. Cougars are North America's largest cats. nocturnal hunters who attack from behind. They can survive 10 years in the wild.


These large cats are the fastest land animals on planet. They are notable for the black tear streaks that go from their eyes to their mouth.


Capybaras are South America's largest rodents. Pig-shaped body and webbed toes let them swim. Mice love water and live in damp environments. Males are smaller than females.


The caracal is a medium-sized African wild cat. These lonely creatures prey on smaller animals including antelopes, hares, and rodents. Caracals can live up to 12 years in the wild.


How can we forget chimpanzees when discussing C-animals. These sophisticated creatures share 95 to 98% of our DNA. These giant apes are endangered in Africa.


Chinstrap penguins inhabit Pacific and Antarctic islands. These charming flightless birds are named after the narrow band under their heads. Medium-sized penguins eat krill.

Chinstrap Penguin

Medium-sized Colorado chipmunks live in America. They forage on the ground and in trees. During the winter, these creatures hibernate in tree nests or burrows.

Colorado Chipmunk

Clouded leopards are the largest predators in Borneo and Sumatra and one of Asia's most gracious cats. They live in deep woodlands, especially the Himalayan foothills.

Clouded Leopard

Clownfish inhabit coral reefs off the shores of South Asia and Australia. These little fish have brilliant orange bodies with three white stripes or bands. The bands and tails are black-outlined.


The smallest member of the peccary family, these mammals are less than 3 feet long. They are found throughout North, Central, and South America.

Collared Peccary

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Common toads are common in the UK and other parts of Europe. Characterized with rough, dry, warty skin. These frogs create a poison to make themselves undesirable to predators.

Common Toad