Animals of Asia
This is the list of all animals of Asia (and spoken facts) kids will have to discover in the app.
The tiger's stripes serve as camouflage.
The tiger is a good swimmer.
The panda eats bamboo.
The panda likes to swing in the branches of trees.
The red panda is also called the little panda.
The red panda is able to use its claws to climb down trees headfirst.
The Asian elephant is smaller than the African elephant.
The Asian elephant has small ears.
The orangutan is the largest animal that lives in the trees.
The orangutan lives on the island of Borneo.
The orangutan makes nests to sleep in.
The nose of the proboscis monkey sometimes reaches as far down as its chin.
The proboscis monkey is a good swimmer.
The red-crowned crane is one of the largest birds in the world.
The snow leopard's thick fur protects it from the cold.
The snow leopard has fur under its paws to protect them in the snow.
The nose of the saiga resembles a trunk.
The clouded leopard has marks similar to clouds.
The clouded leopard lives in the trees and leaps from branch to branch.
The camel lives in the cold deserts and the mountains of Asia.
The camel is able to survive for ten days without food or water.
The yak has a long woollen coat to protect it from the cold.
The gharial is a crocodile with a very long narrow snout.
The Mayalan tapir likes swimming.
The Malayan tapir has a large white mark on its back.
The water buffalo lives in marshes.
The water buffalo spends plenty of time in the water to protect itself from the heat and from insects.
The pangolin eats insects.
When the peafowl unfurls its feathers, it is said that it is making a wheel.
The sun bear likes to sleep on branches in the sun.
The sun bear is the smallest bear.
The caracal sometimes catches several birds at the same time.
The caracal has very good hearing thanks to its long ears.
The hornbill's casque allows it to sing very loudly.
In India, langurs are often found in towns.
The langur eats leaves, flowers and fruit.
The python is able to eat animals much larger than itself.
The python is a very good swimmer.
The tarsier's has suction pads at the tip of its long fingers allowing it to hold on to things.
The tarsier does not know how to walk: it leaps from branch to branch.