There are some beautiful (and many endemic) birds in the dry forests of Madagascar.
The biggest lizards in the world are found in the dry forests of the biogeographic transition zone of Wallacea!
West of the Great Dividing Range, Western Grey Kangaroos are a common mammal of Australia's temperate Eucalyptus woodlands.
Like birdwatching? Some of the cutest and confiding creatures are the birds of temperate forests of the Himalayas.
The open tropical oceans of the world make up the largest natural ecosystem on the planet. They don't have high species diversity, and wildlife is scare and hard to see, but there are special sights to be seen; including fish that 'fly'!
The wonderful diversity of the primates of African rainforest.
The mammals of the southern temperate oceans around New Zealand and southern Australia include 'Dusky Dolphins'.
The Arctic waters are remote and beautiful. As the days gets shorter in autumn, the northern lights get easier to see.
The rainforest of Wallacea is a mix of Australian and Asian derived species, with many endemic, including the tiny Tarsier.
The Antarctic and Subantarctic is famously home to a variety of penguins and other southern ocean birds.
The more open parts of the tropical open ocean are home to amazing drifting invertebrates.
The rainforests of New Guinea and Australia include remarkable groups of endemic song birds, including the spectacular displaying birds of paradise.
The rainforest of tropical Asia are home to Orang-utans and a range of other primate species.
Tree Kangaroos are one of the more remarkable mammals in tropical Australasian rainforest.
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