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...

Weasels

Weasels are small and furry with a face of innocent curiosity, but it’s all a facade. They are bloodthirsty predators, and they’ll stop at nothing to sink their teeth into...

Baby Raccoons

Who's afraid of the dark? Well, not raccoon cubs! These fluffy youngsters are creatures of the night, looking a lot like masked trick-or-treaters when foraging for food. In this...

Baby Zebras

It’s a wobbly beginning for baby zebras. Newborns have to get used to their long legs. But in no time, they are running with the herd! The youngest readers are sure to be...

Nine-banded Armadillos Blastoff! Readers: Level 3

These little armored mammals are the only of their kind to wear protective shells. While most species are found outside the United States, the nine-banded armadillo is the only...

Bighorn Sheep Blastoff! Readers: Level 3

These heavy mammals carry up to 30-pound horns on their heads. Even the bones in their bodies do not weigh that much! Climb through the mountains with these agile animals in this...

Bobcats

Named for their short, bobbed tails, bobcats are only about twice the size of house cats. But these nocturnal wildcats aren’t afraid to pick on larger animals during their...

Cheetahs

When confronted by other predators, cheetahs opt for flight over fight. You would, too, if you could run up to 70 miles per hour. Cheetahs make a chase look easy, but hunting can...

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