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The camel is a member of the Camelidae family. Camels are large even-toed ungulates. There are two camel species: the Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) and the Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus). Camels can go for days or weeks without water or food.

Camel
Coyote

The coyote (Canis latrans) is a member of the dog family. It is closely related to the wolf. The latin name Canis latrans means "barking dog". This animal is mostly nocturnal.

Javelina is the common name for the Collard Peccary. This animal is a pig-like mammal that ranges from South America to southern Arizona. Peccaries are social animals; they often form herds.

Javelina
Meerkat

The meerkat (Suricata suricatta) is a small burrowing mammal and a member of the mongoose family. Meerkats are extremely social animals. They live in groups called mobs.

The ostrich is the largest and heaviest living bird. This bird can run up to speeds of 40 mph. Today ostrich eggs are used both as food and for decoration.

Ostrich
Rattlesnake

The rattlesnake is a poisonous snake with a rattle on its tail. There are around 30 rattlesnake species around the world. The most poisonous rattlesnake is the Eastern diamondback rattlesnake.

The scorpion is an eight-legged carnivorous arthropod. There are about 2,000 scorpion species in the world. Some scorpions can live for months without food or water.

Scorpion
Vulture

The vulture is a scavenger bird, found on every continent except Antarctica and Oceania. Vultures are divided into two groups: Old World vultures and New World (American) vultures.