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Safari Animal Coloring Pages

Print out these FREE coloring pages and have fun teaching yourself and your kiddos a bit about animals.

Ring Tailed Lemurs

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Did you know?
  1. King Julien from the movie “Madagascar” is a ring tailed lemur
  2. A ring tailed lemur’s tail is longer than its body
  3. They warm themselves in the morning by sunbathing with their arms outstretched
  4. Ring tailed lemurs spend more than a third of their time on the ground, more than any other lemur species


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Did you know?

  1. Giraffes have hearts that are 2 feet long.
  2. Giraffes sleep only 5 to 30 minutes every day.
  3. Giraffes can run up to 35 miles per hour.
  4. Giraffes are the tallest mammals on Earth.
  5. Giraffes eat up to 75 pounds of leaves every day.
  6. Giraffes have tongues that can be 21 inches long.

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Did you know?

  1. Every zebra has a completely unique pattern of black and white stripes, like a finger print or a snowflake no two are alike
  2. Zebras stand up while sleeping
  3. Zebras are very speedy animals, and can reach speeds of up to 40mph when galloping across the plains.
  4. A group of zebra can be called a herd, dazzle, or zeal
  5. Zebras can rotate their ears in almost any direction; this ability is used to communicate their mood with other zebras.


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Did you know?

  1. Adult leopards are solitary animals.
  2. Leopards are astoundingly strong. They are pound for pound the strongest of the big cats.
  3. Leopards are amazingly agile. They run up to 36 mph, and can leap 20 feet horizontally and 10 feet vertically. 
  4. Leopards aren’t picky eaters, but they are carnivores.
  5. Leopards communicate with each other through distinctive calls: hoarse, raspy coughs when there is another around; growl when angry; purr when happy.

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