Tigers are the largest cat species, with striped coat patterns as unique as fingerprints.
While folktales portray them as sly tricksters, red foxes deserve our respect for their intelligence and adaptability.
Depending on pack ice for their habitat, polar bears are threatened by climate change—and by traffic in their fur and parts.
With their distinctive honks and propensity to graze on roadside grass, Canada geese are among the most ubiquitous of our wild neighbors.
Sporting their tux-with-tails plumage, penguins are one of Earth’s most charismatic and recognizable birds.