|Amazing Cougar Ring (16 Sites, 49 Hits) 08/12/1998 admins
This ring is about cougars and all other sites about wild animals are welcome to join . Sites about lions, tigers, ferrets, skunks, leopard, raccoons, bears etc.
|Siberian Tigers (13 Sites, 38 Hits) 12/31/1996 admins
The largest living cat in the world,the Siberian Tiger possesses both grace and beauty. Although it spends a lot of time hunting, its reputation as a vicious killer is undeserved.
|Raccoons Online (6 Sites, 58 Hits) 12/31/1996 system2
Learn about wild and pet raccoons by surfing these websites. They give valuable information and photographs.
|Animal Watchers (9 Sites, 9 Hits) 08/08/2005 admins
If you love animals this webring is for you. All you need is a website about animals to join.
|Wildlife International (11 Sites, 36 Hits) 08/07/1998 system2
These websites share information on wild animals world-wide. They share life history information and photographs.
|Wildlife WebRing (11 Sites, 13 Hits) 09/12/2000 oldroadie
This webring is dedicated to websites about wild animals...vertebrate or invertebrate, including sites of interest to biology and zoology students, birders and other hobbyists, professional zoologists, and other naturalists.
|Wildlife Gifts (6 Sites, 21 Hits) 11/22/2002 frogblog
Animal or wildlife related gift products or related collectables enhancing the exposure of professional wildlife and nature artists and their work.
|The Moose Ring (5 Sites, 26 Hits) 08/12/1998 suezqo2
A ring for sites dedicated to the moose. These sites are fun and informational. We all know moose are awesome!
|African Animals (3 Sites, 81 Hits) 07/25/1999 system2
Do you enjoy learning more about the wild animals of Africa? This group of websites will help fill your thirst for knowledge about them. Enjoy!
|Hippopotamus-Hippo Heaven (3 Sites, 20 Hits) 12/31/1996 adoptable
There are two living hippopotamus species today: hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius ) and pygmy hippopotamus (Choeropsis liberiensis ). Hippos are a semi-aquatic animal but spend most of their time in the water. They even give birth under water. Hippos visit land about dusk to eat. If challenged, they can run up to 30 miles per hour. They are territorial in water but not on the land. These websites provide visitors with photographs, cartoons, and collectibles. If you have an interest in the hippopotamus, you'll love surfing this webring.