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The more than 200 animals that call ZooAmerica® home are native to five regions of the North American continent – from the dry deserts of the southwestern United States and Mexico to the expansive forests and tundra of Alaska and Canada. Learn more about these regions and the amazing diversity of North American wildlife and vegetation native to them below.

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Gray Wolf

Gray Wolf

Gray wolves are social animals, living together in tightly organized packs. Packs are typically family groups, and...

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American Marten

American Marten

American martens are small and agile members of the weasel family. With their sharp and semi-retractable claws,...

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Snowy Owl

Snowy Owl

The heaviest of all North American owls, snowy owls are well adapted for life on the Arctic tundra. Very thick...

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Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

With its white head and tail, chocolate brown body, large yellow beak, and seven-foot wingspan, an adult bald...

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Canada Lynx

Canada Lynx

A Canada lynx is a medium-sized cat that is well adapted for life in the northern forests. Compared to the more...

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Porcupine

Porcupine

Best known for its unique and effective method of defense, the porcupine is a slow-moving, nocturnal rodent. They...

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Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcon

With long, pointed wings, powerful flight muscles, and rapid wing beats, a peregrine falcon is a swift and agile...

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