Beasts
 Birds
 Reptiles
 Amphibians
 Fish
 Insects
Are all beasts 
near-sighted?
Cursorial Birds and Swimming Birds
^Language ̄ of the Birds
Loser on the Arena
Red panda, you may never know.
Pekin Robin, the Loyal Lover.
Lizard or Snake?
  Watch the Snakes!
Listen! The Birds are singing! 
I am small and lovely, I am a Intermediate Slow Loris. 
 
 

Clouded leopard, where are you?

Butterfly, the Beauty.
 

 

 

Can Beasts Fly? 

  Beasts can walk, run, jump, climb, swim, dive, fly and glide. Whales and dolphins are the best swimmers among all beasts; all kinds of antelopes, wild horses and wild asses live on the prairies are good runners of a fantastic speed. Bharals and gorals living in high mountain are used to walk and jump on steep cliffs of the mountain. Primates usually live in trees. The fore limbs of bats turn into wings and they are actually flying beasts. Flying squirrels are good at climbing trees and they can also glide by making use of the skin membranes in-between their limbs. Moles almost live entirely in their caves. Though they are good at digging caves, they have lost their ability to act quickly. 

     

  
  

    Tips For Amusement

  

   The World Of Animals

 

    A Cinema Of Animals

  

     A Concert Of Birds

  

        Rare Animals

  
  

 

 

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