Baby Skunks

Baby skunks can be described as “little stinkers” because their ability to spray starts young. Still, baby skunks are closer to furballs than stink bombs. Readers just...

Baby Camels Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Three feet tall at birth, baby camels are nearly all legs! Learning to walk is a day’s hard work for a camel calf. With silly smiles and curly wool coats, these babies are an...

Baby Foxes Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

A close relative of dogs, baby foxes are soft, cuddly, and just as cute as their canine friends. Until they are ready for life on their own, they wrestle and tumble around the den...

Baby Giraffes Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Baby giraffes are able to stand and run within an hour of being born. Though clumsy, they like to run around and stretch their legs. These fast runners are also fast growers,...

Toucans

One of the most recognizable animals among early readers, toucans are known for their vibrant coloring and large bills. These tropical birds live in small flocks high up in rain...

Crocodiles

Reaching more than 20 feet and 2,000 pounds, the crocodile is the largest living reptile in the world! These endangered creatures spend their days resting on land or floating in...

Geese

A flying “V” never fails to draw attention, but the geese on display aren’t forming letters for our benefit. Indeed, the shape gets a flock from point A to point B in the...

Baby Rhinos

Bump it! Young rhinos playfully charge at one another pretending the little nubs on their heads are full horns. It's fitting that a group of baby rhinos, plus mom, is called a...

Baby Turtles Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Turtle hatchlings enter the world with sometimes more than 100 brothers and sisters. But after birth, the babies live independently! Their instincts lead them to hunt for worms,...

Snow Leopards

Snow leopards are big cats that live high up in the Himalayan Mountains. These spotted felines are powerful jumpers, leaping as far as 30 feet in one jump! Find out more about...

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