Zebras live in Africa's eastern and southern savannas and treeless grasslands. Their stamina is rarely equaled by predators, despite their slow speed.
This ability to run at 60 mph for long distances allows them to evade predators. In extended use, they can maintain 30 mph for almost an hour.
After the rainy season, East African blue wildebeest migrate around Serengeti. Calves may run 10 minutes after birth.
Great white sharks migrate between Australia and South Africa the longest. They can tolerate 3,900-foot depths and water pressure 120 times higher than at sea level.
In order to get from their breeding colony to their wintering grounds, they must travel nearly 8,000 kilometres annually. The Antarctic Circle is mostly the habitat of these penguins.
The Arctic Tern is a medium-sized bird that makes an annual trip across the globe. A total of 55,923 miles are covered throughout their annual migration from Greenland to the Weddell Sea and back.
Wolves can sprint 35 mph but trot 5 mph all day. In the wild, they employ their endurance to tyre out speedier prey.
Ostriches are enormous flightless birds of the genus Struthio in the order Struthioniformes, part of the infra-class Palaeognathae, also known as ratites.
The Bactrian camel, in particular, can transport more than 440 pounds of goods across a distance of 31 kilometres each day. These camels are common in the area surrounding the Great Gobi National Park in western China and Mongolia.