Impalas are Africa's most gorgeous antelopes. Medium-sized, slender animals with S-shaped horns. They also eat grass, leaves, fruit, and seeds.

Impala

The Iberian lynx is the rarest of all lynx species. Solitary wild cats hunt after dusk. They eat birds, rabbits, and small animals. Due of habitat loss, they are endangered.

Iberian Lynx

Australian inland taipans are dark diurnal snakes. The 6 foot inland taipan is the world's most venomous snake. Snakes eat a variety of species, although they prefer rats.

Inland Taipan

Peafowl are found in India and Sri Lanka. Male peacocks have a long tail with eyespots. During courtship, the bird raises its tail to fan the peahen. Omnivores.

Indian Peafowl

These massive beasts typically live alone and can be spotted wallowing in water for cooling purposes. In the wild, they typically live for between 40 and 50 years.

Indian Rhinoceros

Indian cobras are highly venomous and cause many snakebite deaths in India. Solitary reptiles that inhabit mounds and hollows. 24 is their average lifespan.

Indian Cobra

Iberian wolves, a subspecies of the grey wolf, can be found in Western Europe. These predators typically travel in small groups and feed on a wide variety of rodents, cervids, and fish.

Iberian Wolf

Intermediate egrets are herons native to Africa, Asia, and Australia. White plumage, brown legs, and a yellow bill. They prefer beaches and freshwater.

Intermediate Egret

The Indian elephant is our next I-animal. They're one of three Asian elephant subspecies and native to Asia. Nomadic Indian elephants travel for food.Only males have tusks. They average 70 years.

Indian Elephant

Iberian magpies are thin crows. Grayish with a black head, white throat, and blue tail feathers. In flocks, they eat pine nuts, acorns, fruits, berries, insects, etc.

Iberian Magpie

The Indian subcontinent's leopards are endangered. Poaching and habitat loss have contributed to their decrease.They're nocturnal solitary animals that spend the day in trees.

Indian Leopard

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