Last updated: January 31, 2017
Our world is full of amazing and beautiful animals to see in all its various forms. The animals are a part of our planet, and we can learn an awful lot from them. To see animals in the wild can alter many thoughts you might have. The animals are virtually always in harmony with nature and it is an amazing experience to see all these beautiful animals up close.
Therefore, we want to inspire more people to discover the animal world that our planet has to offer. We have compiled a list of 100 amazing animals that are definitely worth writing down. But, please, don’t go to the Zoo to see these animals. They belong out in the wild!
Here is a list of 100 animals to see before you die.
1. Mandrill, Africa.
Photo: Michael Fraley /creative common
2. Chameleon, Africa.
Photo: Imke Stahlmann /creative common
3. Horned Ghost Crab, Krabi, Thailand.
Photo: Thai National Parks /creative common
4. Comodo Dragon, Comodo Islands.
5. Flamingo, America.
6. Lion Fish, Indo-Pacific.
7. Koala, Australia.
Photo: David & Dorothy Jenkins /creative common
8. Puffin, Iceland.
Photo: Peter Mulligan /creative common
9. Sloth, South & Central America.
Photo: Charles Peterson /creative common
10. Crocodile, America.
Photo: Nicholas Smith /creative common
11. Giraffe, Africa.
Photo: Steve Garvie /creative common
12. Armadillo, America.
Photo: Jason Penney /creative common
13. Sea horse, Atlantic ocean.
Photo: Maëlick /creative common
14. Poison dart frog, Central & SydAmerica.
Photo: Ian Carroll /creative common
15. Tucan bird, South America.
16. Anteater, South & Central America.
Photo: Allan Hopkins /creative common
17. Red panda, Asia.
Photo: Toshihiro Gamo /creative common
18. Ostrich, Africa.
Photo: Ray Morris /creative common
19. Great white shark, Atlantic ocean.
20. Moose, Sweden.
Photo: Daniel Arndt /creative common
21. Tiger, India.
Photo: Christopher Kray /creative common
22. Kangaroo, Australia.
Photo: Leo /creative common
23. Penguin, Antarctica & South Africa.
24. Howler monkey, South & Central America.
Photo: Francesco Veronesi /creative common
25. Piranha, South America.
Photo: Gregory Moine /creative common
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