These striped animals with Mohawk-like manes look like the horse’s wild punk rock cousins. Considered the most handsome of the zebras, Grevy’s zebras are distinguished by strong, dark, and vertical stripes, a large head, and a white belly.
The grizzly bear is a subspecies of brown bear found in the interior portion of North America. The fur of these bears is sometimes tipped with white or tan, giving them a grizzled appearance. Despite their grisly reputation, these bears eat mostly berries and typically avoid humans.
With their thick, knobby folds of tough skin, Indian rhinos look like 2-ton armored tanks. Rhinoceroses are the only animals with horns on their noses and African rhinos have two. Of the five species of rhino, four are either endangered or critically endangered.
The lion is not really the “King of the Jungle.” Its kingdom is the open grasslands. Male lions have thick manes to protect their necks during fights, while females have a sleeker, stealthier appearance. Lions are one of five species of big cats. The other four species are the tiger, snow leopard, leopard, and jaguar.