Creature ABC by Andrew Zuckerman. An elegant addition to any library, this deluxe alphabet book features 120 pages of Andrew Zuckerman's breathtaking wildlife photography. From alligator to zebra, each featured animal boasts two striking studio portraits against a clean white background, offering a unique up-close view of the animal kingdom. Readers can flip to a helpful glossary in the back for extra information.
Animal babies do the strangest things by Charles Fuge. Simple text looks at the animal kingdom's youngest and most adorable members features unlikely pairings to demonstrate what makes different animals unique.
Tourists in China are flocking to get a glimpse of a strange-looking animal which is keeping zoo staff guessing as to what kind of creature he is. The weird but wonderful animal, with his dappled fur and prominent eyes, has yet to be identified by zookeepers, and was handed in by an anonymous man.
The 20 Best Resorts in Central Florida: Orlando and Beyond - Photos
Located adjacent to Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, the Animal Kingdom Lodge has views of a 46-acre savannah complete with free-roaming creatures—yes, a giraffe or impala may stop by to visit your balcony as you drink your morning coffee. Called “one of the most unique hotels in the United States” by one reader, the resort features hand-carved furnishings, African art, and two full-service restaurants serving African-inspired cuisine.
Rabbit Information post for Centre Parcs at Elvenden Forest. Part of the new Sensory Adventure. "This compelling family adventure offers you the chance to explore our unique sensory woodland, testing your own sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell against the best in the animal kingdom. Find out which animals you compare to and build up a picture of your own “sensational” creature!"