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Rufous Whistler
Rufous Owl
Ruddy Shelduck
Royal Spoonbill
Rosy Barb
Rose-crowned Fruit-dove
Ring-tailed Lemur
Ring-tailed Lemur Lemurs are named after the ancient Roman ‘Lemures’, the spirits of the dead. Their haunting sounds and staring eyes led early observers to see them as the spirits of the forest. The Ring-tailed Lemur is one of 22 species of lemur found on the African Island of Madagascar. The species is characterised by its bushy black and white-banded tail and also differs from other lemurs by spending more time on the ground compared to the other species which live almost exclusively in the trees. > More
Rhinoceros Viper
Rhinoceros Iguana
Reticulated Python
Reticulate Gila Monster
Regent Honeyeater
Regent Honeyeater The Regent Honeyeater lives in eucalypt forests and woodlands in southeast Australia. > More
Regent Bowerbird
Redback Spider
Red-whiskered Bulbul
Red-tailed Phascogale
Red-tailed Black-cockatoo
Red-rumped Parrot
Red-necked Wallaby
Red-lored Amazon
Red-eyed Tree-frog
Red-crowned Toadlet
Red-browed Finch
Red-bellied Macaw
Red-bellied Black Snake
Red Panda
Red Panda The Red Panda is a small mammal with a deep rusty-red coloured body and a striped tail. > More
Red Lory
Red Kangaroo
Red Junglefowl
Razor-billed Curassow
Rainforest Dragon
Rainbow Lorikeet
Rainbow Bee-eater