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Galapagos Tortoise
Galapagos Tortoise Galapagos Tortoises are the largest tortoises in the world. They are commonly split into two groups depending on the shape of their shell or ‘carapace’, although some believe that there are intermediate varieties as well. Today, there are less than 20,000 tortoises living on the Galapagos archipelago. > More
Gang-gang Cockatoo
Ghost Bat
Giant Burrowing Cockroach
Giant Cave Gecko
Giant Green Tree-frog
Giraffe Giraffes are found throughout Africa, south of the Sahara Desert. This animal prefers the open woodlands and grasslands of the African savannah, but occasionally wanders throughout semi-arid country, well away from water. > More
Glossy Black-cockatoo
Glossy Ibis
Golden Pheasant
Golden-shouldered Parrot
Golden-tailed Gecko
Goodfellow's Tree-kangaroo
Gouldian Finch
Greater Bilby
Greater Stick-nest Rat
Green Anaconda
Green Pygmy-goose
Green Python
Green Tree Snake
Green Tree-frog
Green-and-gold Bell Frog
Green-head Ant
Green-winged Macaw
Grey Shrike-thrush
Grey Teal
Grey-crowned Babbler
Grey-headed Flying-fox
Guinea Pig