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Brown Bear

Brown bears hibernate during the winter in order to avoid the cold weather and scarcity of food. In order to prepare, they spend pretty much all of their time during autumn eating so they can store enough fat on their body to get through the winter. During hibernation, brown bears’ body temperatures, breathing rates, and...

Arctic Hare

Arctic hares’ coats change with the seasons in order to camouflage with their surroundings. In the spring and summer, when there isn’t snow, their fur is brown or grey and during the snowy winters their fur is white. Some arctic hares live alone but many can be found in large groups of up to hundreds...

Arctic Fox

Arctic foxes make dens that they stay in to rest and keep warm. These dens are used through generations of foxes and some are over 300 years old. If an arctic fox can’t find food or the weather gets too cold, it can stay in its den for up to two weeks straight without leaving...


All clownfish are born male and have the ability to morph into females, but females cannot change back into males. In each school of clownfish there is one female who is the largest and most dominant of the group and the rest are male. When the female dies, the largest male morphs and takes the...

Sugar Glider

Sugar gliders have very thin skin attached from each wrist to each ankle that it uses as a paraglider. They are able to control the direction that they glide in by moving their limbs to change the angle of this skin and can glide as far as 164 feet (50 meters) from one tree to...

Box Jellyfish

The box jellyfish has no brain, gills, heart, or lungs and is made up of 96% water. Most jellyfish are only able to drift around in the water but the box jellyfish is able to propel itself, giving it the ability to hunt for prey. It moves through water jet propulsion by squeezing its bell...

Black Swan

While most waterfowl only live in freshwater, black swans can live in fresh, salt, and brackish water. Black swans are monogamous, meaning they have one partner that they stay with throughout their entire life. These couples are very territorial and will aggressively defend their territory against any intruders, especially when they're nesting.


Wallabies have unusually shaped legs and bulky tails which make them unable to walk. Instead, they move exclusively by hopping. Wallabies go faster by increasing the distance of their hops, not the frequency. A single wallaby hop can be as far as 26.25ft (8m).


Kookaburras are famous for their calls which sound like they’re laughing. Kookaburra families often call all together in order to claim their territory, mostly during dawn and dusk. They’re the largest member of the kingfisher family, which is why they have been called the giant kingfisher. 


Quokkas are best known for their cute face and mouth that’s always shaped in what appears to be a smile. The actual purpose of their smile is to help the Quokka pant and cool off. They’re very social animals and live in groups of 20 to 150 individuals.

Letter from Haibu

Welcome to the wide world of me, Haibu! I’m so happy you found your way to my site - it’s always fun meeting new people. In fact, I’ve met a lot of new people in the past couple of years.

My best friend, Kanuux and I met on my crazy adventure in New York. He’s technically a seal but he’s a person in my mind. That might be because I can speak to animals like they’re people.

I met pretty much all the orphans at the Barrington House Orphanage in New York City but grew very close with Scotty, Olli, and Zeek. They’re always up for helping me help the animals but that’s only part of why I love them with my whole heart. They’re funny, courageous, empathetic, and my goodness I just appreciate them so much.

They helped me rescue Wiz, Eron, Bishop, and a bunch of other animals from a trafficking ship so now all of those animals are our friends too!

The connections that I have with my friends, both the animal and human kind, have helped me see the world with fresh eyes. I’ve seen the unique struggles and pain they’ve been through without losing love or hope in their hearts. I know that humans are all capable of love and getting along if we just take the time to listen to each other without judgment.

Everyone has a story, and everyone should feel safe sharing it. My friendships have shown me the potential our world has and that’s what I strive to make happen in my lifetime – animals and humans are meant to thrive together.

I hope we can be friends too and you can help me make this world a better place. If you haven’t checked out the world with all the fun animal content on the home page yet, get on it!

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