Wildebeests - Also known as the gnu, wildebeests are found on the grassy plains and woodlands of Southern, Central, and Eastern Africa. They are antelopes with hooves and you can find them while visiting the Serengeti National Park.
Blue Monkeys - Only a little hair on their faces give these monkeys a blue pigment and they are usually found in Central or East Africa. They eat fruits and leaves.
African gray parrot - Referred to by some as the smartest bird in the world, African gray parrot can learn hundreds of words and sounds, eats seeds, berries, nuts and fruit, and lives in the central and western parts of Africa.
Lemur - A wailing scream, pointed ears and large reflective eyes are characteristics of the lemur, a native to Madagascar.
Mandrill - The world’s largest monkey, the mandrill lives in Western Central Africa, Southern Cameroon, Gabon and the Congo. It has a red nose and cheeks that are blue with purple grooves on each side.
Pangolin - Pangolins are anteaters with no teeth, long sticky tongues and large scales that transform into a coat of armor for a rolled-up way of protection.
Bushbaby - Night monkeys of Africa, bushbabies are also named the galago. They are very small with excellent hearing and vision and feed on insects, fruits, tree gum and smaller animals.
Elephant shrew - Officially classified as the Cape elephant shrew, these are not rodents. They have five toes and long noses
Aardvark - Living in dry or wet climates, the nocturnal aardvark is found all over Africa. It has poor eyesight, a
Genet - Carnivores that use an odor to mark their territories, genets are nocturnal and found exclusively in Africa.