This vibrant bird is a member of the parrot family and can be found in its natural habitat in Australia. These birds are typically found in pairs and can be rather loud when they do so.

Rainbow Lorikeet

The rusty-spotted cat has silky fur and a lengthy tail. As the tiniest wild cats, they can be 14 to 19 inches long and 8 inches tall. These cats prefer a solitary life and hunt birds, rodents, and frogs.

Rusty-Spotted Cat

Red lories are Indonesian parrots. Red with black and blue markings on wings and back, reddish-brown tail. They eat pollen, nectar, and fruits, and sometimes insects.

Red Lory

Common ravens are the most extensively distributed crows in the northern hemisphere. Passerines, not raptors, can live up to 23 years in the wild and mate for life.

Raven

Large, horse-like roan antelopes live in herds in sub-Saharan Africa. Roan body and ringed horns give them their moniker. It eats grass, leaves, stems, and shoots.

Roan Antelope

Red-eyed tree frogs have vivid red eyes, hence their name. It has a green body, white underparts, blue sides, and orange feet. They're harmless and change colour.

Red-Eyed Tree Frog

Rufous hummingbirds live in North America. Reddish-brown males with an orange neck patch.They eat nectar from beautiful flowers and occasionally spiders and insects.

Rufous Hummingbird

The red fox has exceptional hearing. Thick reddish fur covers their bodies, with grey or white underfur. Their white-tipped tails are over half their body length.

Red Fox

Red admiral butterflies are medium-sized insects with black wings mottled with red bands and white dots. These butterflies are common in flower gardens on numerous continents.

Red Admiral Butterfly

Royal antelopes are the tiniest antelopes in the world. Their rear legs are almost twice as long as their forelegs, like hares. African males are smaller than females.

Royal Antelope

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Ruppell's fox is next on this list. German naturalist Eduard Ruppell named these foxes. Females are smaller than males, measuring 26 to 29 inches. Desert animals.

Ruppell’s Fox