Animal Type: Mammals

Finback Whale

The Finback Whale (Balaenoptera physalus) is the world’s second biggest living animal. Finbacks can grow to nearly 70 feet in

Mexican Gray Wolf

The Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), a highly intelligent and socially complex carnivore, is the most endangered wolf subspecies

Bowhead Whale

The physical presence of the bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) is immense and powerful—almost beyond human comprehension. It grows up to
Wolverine in snow

Wolverine

Wolverines in the lower 48 states are threatened by the low number of individuals contributing to their genetic diversity,  as

Pacific Walrus

The Pacific walrus relies on Arctic sea ice throughout the year for breeding, nursing calves, traveling and resting between dives

Humpback Whale

These amazing whales migrate throughout the oceans, sing complex vocalizations and use nets of bubbles to capture schools of fish.

Sea Otter

Sea otters live and play in the waters off the Pacific coast. They are one of the few animals known

Florida Panther

The Florida panther is the most endangered cat in North America. With only 100 – 160 cats in the wild,

Gray Wolf

Wolves are highly social animals that live in family groups called packs. At the top of the food chain, they

Canada Lynx

The Canadian lynx is a wild and elusive cat that lives in the northern forests from the Northeast to the