List of amazing animals

Have you ever came across a rare and unusual animal that you’ve never seen before but captures your sight?

I took the time to make a list of those animals along with facts and a summery of these animals, I am a huge animal lover and even if the animal is exotic or just a house pet I love them. I believe each animal has a purpose in our world and we can learn so much from them. These animals I list some that are house pets and others that are exotic, are amazing to me. The wild animals although, should stay in the wild where they belong because they are wild; but we can admire them from a far.

You hear so much people taking animals away from their natural habitat and using them for their own desires and wants. I don’t agree with that practice. It’s sad when animals are ripped away from the only life they know. I only hope people can come to understand one day that those animals are only meant to live in the wild

I hope you enjoy my list, this is a list I made for fun and for those of you that read this list I hope you enjoy it and please comment at the bottom. Also take the quiz on the page after reading my article.

Bush Viper

Main Facts About the Viper

  • Venom Type: Hemotoxic
  • Length: At Birth: 6-8 inches Adult: 18-30 inches
  • Range: Central Africa (Eastern Democratic Republic Of Congo) From north to Southern Uganda and Northwestern Tanzania
  • Genus: Atheris
  • Family: Viperidae
  • Behavior: Arboreal
  • Habitat: Rainforest Far from Human activity
  • Reproduction: Mating in September-November, Birth to live young between March and April

Extra Facts

  • The female Viper is Larger then the male Viper
  • They eat Birds, Mammals and other reptiles
  • The Young are born with venom and are responsible for their own food
  • Their Growth is indeterminate, But as they grow older their growth slows down
  • Most vipers live about 10 to 20 years

Summary Facts

Atheris is a genus of venomous vipers found only in tropical subsaharan Africa, excluding southern Africa. Confined to rain forest areas, many members have isolated and fragmented distributions. In an interesting example of convergent evolution, they show many similarities to the arboreal pit vipers of Asia and South America. Ten species are currently recognized.