The White’s Tree Frog comes from Australia and New Guinea. It can come in many different colors: green, blue and even gray. While many Tree Frogs have vertical pupils, the White’s Tree Frog has horizontal pupils. It can grow up to 4.5 inches long, and the females are just a bit bigger than the males.
Flemish Giant Rabbits originated in Flanders, a region in Belgium. They are the largest rabbit breed, weighing between 20 and 22 pounds and measuring around 2.5 feet long. Flemish Giant Rabbits are popular pets, and they come in seven colors: white, light gray, steel gray, fawn, black, blue and sandy.
A Grivet Monkeys is an Old World Monkey, and is also known as the African Green Monkey. It has white hair tufts along the sides of its face. Typically, a Grivet Monkey is up to 19 inches long, with a tail that ranges from 12-20 inches long. It is an omnivore, feasting on small mammals, birds, fruits and vegetables.
American Paint Horses are spotted horses. Their bodies are white combined with spots that are typically the following colors: bay, brown, black and chestnut. They share ancestry with Thoroughbreds and American Quarter Horses. American Paint Horses used to be considered a color breed, but now they are recognized as a distinctive horse breed.
Desert Horned Lizards are native to western North America. They range from Mexico to Idaho. They usually eat insects and plants. They are able to hunt and also hide from predators by throwing sand on their back and keeping their head out.
Emerald Swift Lizards are native to Central America, and are also known as Green Spiny Lizards. They are bright green, and males have patches of blue on their belly. When the weather gets too hot for them, they hide underneath logs or rocks or inside holes.
Timor Monitors come from the Timor islands in Indonesia. They either have black or gray-ish green colors, with either blue or yellow spots up and down their back and tail. Timor Monitors use their claws for defense against predators and for climbing, and their diet includes other lizards.