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African Penguin

Did you know African penguins have a black stripe and black spots on their chest. The pattern of spots is unique for every penguin...

African Penguin Chick

Did you know African penguin chicks reach full size at three months but they won't get their black and white feathers until...

African Pygmy Hedgehog

Did you know the average length of a hedgehog is 7-9 inches but when it rolls into a ball, the animal is about the size of a large...

American Alligator

Did you know an alligator’s tail, which accounts for half of the alligator’s total length, is used for aquatic...

Asian Elephant

Did you know Audubon Zoo's elephants, Panya and Jean, collectively weigh...

Audubon Signature Package

This special package adopts the three animals of Audubon Nature Institute's logo: white tiger, monarch butterfly and sand tiger shark!

Caribbean Flamingo

Did you know the Caribbean flamingo's pink plumage color comes from the ...

Did you know Mydas, a 250-pound green sea turtle, can be found swimming...


Did you know not all ladybugs are red and black, some are yellow, orange or even all black.

Monarch Butterfly

Did you know monarch butterflies are poisonous. They won’t harm humans, but they have a poisonous defense against predators...

Sand Tiger Shark

Did you know adult sand tiger sharks are some of the largest sharks growing up to 9 feet long and weighing as much as 640 pounds...

Sea Lion

Did you know sea lions walk with four flippers when on land!

Sea Otter

Did you know Audubon Aquarium of the Americas has two sea otters that were found stranded and deemed unable to return to the wild...

Sumatran Orangutan

Did you know Sumatran orangutans are an endangered species and without...

White Tiger

Did you know white tigers have blue eyes in contrast to regular Bengal tigers, which have yellow eyes.

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