here is list of animals in Angola, wild animals live in Angola
Can move 2ft of soil in just 15 seconds!
African Bush Elephant
Can drink up to 50 gallons a day
Secretes up to 4g of musk every week!
African Clawed Frog
A particularly ferocious amphibian!
African Palm Civet
Solitary but gathers in groups!
First evolved 100 million years ago!
Renew their horns every year!
Can travel more than four miles a day!
There are over 2,000 known species!
Found everywhere around the world!
Detects prey using echolocation!
There are more than 350,000 different species
The bichir species is more than 400 million years old
Not all birds are able to fly!
Black Widow Spider
They typically prey on insects!
The most common species of bee!
There are thought to be up 20,000 species!
Has 20 different muscles in it’s ears!
First domesticated by the Ancient Egyptians!
The larvae of a moth or butterfly!
There are nearly 3,000 different species!
There are more than 160 different species!
The fastest land mammal in the world!
There are more than 2 000 known species!
Dated to be around 300 million years old!
The most common raptor in the UK!
There are nearly 1.5 million worldwide!
There are 93 different crab groups
Many are critically endangered species!
Have changed little in 200 million years!
First domesticated in South-East Asia!
First domesticated 5,000 years ago!
Found in Europe, Africa and Asia!
It’s larvae are carnivorous!
Rows of tiny plates line their teeth!
There are nearly 2,000 different species!
Eels can be a mere few inches long to 13 feet!
Spends around 22 hours a day eating!
Found exclusively on the African continent!
The fastest creatures on the planet!
There are more than 240,000 different species!
There are 12 different species in the world!
There are around 5,000 different species!
There are thought to be over 2,000 species!
Originally known as the Desert Rat!
Can grow up to 4ft long!
Found inhabiting dense woodland and caves!
Most closely related to the Sheep!
Migrates between Europe and Asia!
There are 11,000 known species!
Mainly eats honeybees!
Found in a vairety of African habitats!
Able to run as quickly backwards as forwards!
Can reach speeds of over 40 mph!
Thought to be one of the oldest mammals on Earth!
Inhabits wetlands around the world!
Has pink anti-bacterial sweat!
One of earth’s bravest creatures!
There are only 7 recognised species!
Stunning bird with a stinky way to deter predators!
Has evolved over 50 million years!
Thought to have orignated 200,000 years ago!
There are four different species!
Found in swamps, marshes and wetlands!
Able to jump over 10 feet high
There are an estimated 30 million species!
Can maintain speeds of 16 km/h!
Inhabits wetlands and woodlands worldwide!
Lives in herds of up to 24 individuals!
There are more than 5,000 species worldwide!
Spends much of the time high in the trees!
The most widely distributed tortoise in Africa!
The offspring of a lion and tiger parents!
Lives in small groups called prides!
There are around 5,000 different species!
They are found across Europe, Asia and Africa!
There are 2,500 known species worldwide!
One will stand on guard to watch for predators!
Some species have a poisonous bite!
Primarily hunts and feeds on Earthworms!
Range in size from just 1 to 3 foot!
Has characteristics of two or more breeds!
Some species are thought to carry a weak venom!
There are around 260 known species!
Feeds on aquatic insects and water-spiders!
There are 250,000 different species!
Found on every continent on Earth!
The offspring of a horse and donkey parents!
Named more than 1,000 years ago!
The largest bird in the world!
There are 13 different species worldwide
Bad eyesight, but great sense of smell
Can live for up to 100 years!
Fastest animal on Earth
Females lay between 8 and 12 eggs per clutch!
Inhabits woodland and forest areas worldwide!
There are more than 50 different species!
Omnivores that eat anything!
It’s horns are made from keratin!
Inhabits freshwater habitats around the world!
There are more than 45 species in Australia alone!
There are around 2,000 known species!
Males give birth to up to 1,000 offspring!
Can leap more than 1 meter into the air!
There are 2,000 different species worldwide!
There are nearly 1,000 different species!
There are around 2,700 known species worldwide
There are 140 different species!
Small rodents found in woodlands worldwide!
There are more than 3,000 different species!
Populations have been affected by pollution!
Their mounds can be up to 9 meters tall!
Can live until they are more than 150 years old!
Found in warmer jungles and forests!
There are 30 different species worldwide!
Has two sets of tusks on it’s face!
There are around 75,000 recognised species!
Has been domesticated for thousands of years!
The second largest animal on the land!
Carnivorous arachnid that hunts its prey.
Actually a crustacean, not an insect!
There are 200 different species!
Stripe patterns are unique to each individual!
There are around 75 different species!
The offspring of Zebra and Donkey parents!
The offspring of a Zebra and Horse parents!