This three-month-old camel's hump serves as a fat reserve, giving him energy under harsh conditions and ensuring that the rest of his body stays lean and cool.
Named after Kate Middleton, this six-month old coatimundi is part of the raccoon family -- the only species in the family that remains active during the day.
Japanese snow macaques are commonly known as snow monkeys, and they reside in cold climates farther north than any other nonhuman primate.
The Opossum is an ancient species that dates been to the dinosaur age. The expression "playing possum" originates from their tendency to play dead when threatened.
These penguins from the Maryland Zoo are warm-weather animals; the species is originally from South Africa.
South American porcupines live high up in the trees of the rainforest, only rarely climbing down.
Box turtles in colder climates begin their hibernation around this time of year, burrowing up to 2 feet deep into the ground.
Step into the wild with an hour full of exotic and adorable animals! Meet and learn about the cutest baby camels and zebras with wildlife expert Jaimie Kemmerer. Then, find out about the surprising wildlife that may be lurking in your backyard with naturalist David Mizejewski. Plus, a look at penguins and African ravens from the Maryland Zoo.
Jaimie Kemmerer, wildlife expert from Wild World of Animals
David Mizejewski, naturalist at the National Wildlife Federation
Amy Eveleth, embassy collection and handling manager for the Maryland Zoo
Chris Eastland, founder of ZooBorns