Eurasian eagle-owls live in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Nocturnal birds eat reptiles, insects, amphibians, fish, and small mammals. They are among the largest owls on Earth.

Eurasian Eagle-Owl

Emus are the second-tallest bird on earth, after the Ostrich. Curiously, the emu is the second-fastest bird that can't fly, only behind the ostrich, which is the second-fastest land mammal.

Emu

The Egyptian vulture is our next E-starting animal. Endangered throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe. Diurnal birds prefer animal corpses but may hunt smaller birds or animals.

Egyptian Vulture

Edible frogs are prevalent in Europe. Also known as the green frog and the common water frog, they're a delicacy in France. The male frogs are usually larger than the females.

Edible Frog

Eurasian buzzards are common in Asia, Europe, and Africa. These birds eat small animals, birds, and insects or earthworms. They're distinguished by their meow-like call.

Eurasian Buzzard

These penguins, which are only found on the Antarctic shore, are the largest species on the planet. At their maximum height of 50 inches, they are the world's deepest diving birds.

Emperor Penguin

Emperor tamarins are South American primates. These tamarins are named after Wilhelm II because of their white moustaches. Wild, they live 20 years.

Emperor Tamarin

Tree sparrows live across Europe, Asia, and Africa. These gregarious birds regularly congregate. They eat seeds and grains and sometimes small insects.

Eurasian Tree Sparrow

Emperor angelfish live in the Pacific and Indian oceans. These fish have blue and yellow stripes and a dark line across their eyes. Omnivorous fishes that favour algae and sponges.

Emperor Angelfish

The Eurasian pygmy owl is a carnivorous bird found throughout Europe. They're normally reddish or gray-brown with white patches on the sides. They're the smallest species of owl in Europe.

Eurasian Pygmy-Owl

These are the largest of all lynx species, and they are the third-largest predatory animal found in Europe. They are also the only lynx species found in North America.

Eurasian Lynx

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