The name Muntjac originates from the Sudanese ‘mencek’ which means small deer.
Great Hornbills have a very strange and unique nesting ritual.
Golden Jackal pups are fed milk from their mother, while the pack feeds the mother and babies regurgitated meat.
Did you know that the grooming behaviour in many primate species such as picking bugs, dirt, dead skin, and parasites, not only benefits their personal hygiene but also their social lives?
The Asiatic Black bear also known as the “Moon Bear” because of it’s V shaped, cream coloured patch on its chest that looks like a crescent moon.
Slow lorises might look cute and harmless, but actually they are the only known venomous primate in the world!!
Asian golden cats are known in Thailand and Myanmar as ‘fire cats’.
Did you know Pythons have tiny spurs on their pelvis?
Did you know the dusky leaf monkeys are born with golden-orange fur and pink skin?
Did you know the Siamang is considered the largest and loudest member of the gibbon family?
Did you know the Oriental pied hornbill is one of only a few species of bird in the world that have eyelashes?
The Asian forest tortoise is considered the largest tortoise in Asia, and the 4th largest in the world.
Did you know that tiger stripes are unique and different in each tiger just like human figerprints ?
The pangolin is the only mammal species that has protective scales covering its body.
Did you know that sun bears have a nickname? Because of their love for honey, they are also called "honey bears".
Did you know gibbons are mostly monogamous? They often pair for life only finding a new partner if one off them passes away.