The Asian Small-clawed Otter is the smallest of the 13 Otter species, less than a meter long, nose to tail tip and weighing up to 5kg. They are well adapted to aquatic life with a long, streamlined body, short limbs, webbed feet, waterproof fur and tapering tail.
There are three species of Wombat in Australia, the Common, Southern Hairy-nosed and Northern Hairy-nosed Wombats. The Southern and Northern Hairy-nosed Wombats are distinguished from the Common Wombat by their silky fur, long ears and furry muzzles.
Did you know the Orang-utan is the largest tree-dwelling animal in the world? Like other Great Apes, the Orang-utan is highly intelligent and is able to use tools, like sticks, to scratch itself and help it to obtain food.