Killer whales are more commonly known as orcas.
Polar bears are a species of bear that lives in the Arctic sea ice.
With a long and colorful history, roses have enjoyed symbolic status for a number of things including war, beauty, politics and of course, love.
The arctic fox can be found in the entire tundra of the Arctic region in Canada, Greenland, Russia, Norway, Alaska, Scandinavia and Iceland.
Tigers have a gestation period of around 3 and a half months and every litter consists of around two to four cubs.
Giraffes are mainly found in open woodlands and grasslands since they like open spaces where they can roam freely.
When it comes to the different species of the deer, there is no other that is bigger than the moose.
Rainbows are one of the most breath-taking sights that nature has to offer.
Tulips are spring flowers that come in a huge variety of height, flower shapes, and colors.
Monkeys only birth every couple of years and on average the gestation periods take around 164 days.