2021 Curated Gallery

© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums / Colin Davison


Where did all the Animals Go? 2021 by Jane Lee McCracken in partnership with Born Free exhibits printed vinyls of original Biro drawings by 700 children from North East England, California, Kenya, Guyana and Malaysia, who participated in Jane’s workshops.

The drawings portray some of the world’s most vulnerable species, many of which face extinction. Evocative and uninhibited, each portrait depicts an individual being that plays a vital role in its ecosystem, while contemplating what their eyes have seen. The exhibition provides an opportunity to form connections with each species, through the creative response of a generation of young people. Where Did All the Animals Go? is on permanent display in the Living Planet Gallery, Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle upon Tyne. 

This online gallery curated by Jane presents a selection of drawings by children from each of the participating schools with regional descriptions by Born Free's Education Officer, Charlie Baker. Alongside the selection of drawings chosen for the exhibition are additional exceptional drawings, which due to space limitations and species representations, could not be displayed at the museum but are celebrated in this gallery. To view every participating child's drawing visit the individual gallery links below:


We often forget the amazing wildlife living right on our own doorstep. There is a great variety of animals found in the UK and of course the north east of England, with mischievous red squirrels and timid roe deer, found across the region. 


Lexi: Atlantic Puffin Fratercula arctica Vulnerable

 Lexi: Eurasian Red Squirrel Sciurus vulgaris Endangered (UK/ENGLAND)

Aminah: Roe Deer Capreolus capreolus Least Concern


The array of European species is astonishing. There are some animals that are as rare and colourful as those found in other areas across the world and require equal protection.  


Alex Grade 4: Iberian Lynx Lynx pardinus Endangered


D Year 4: Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus *BAP Species; 


Daniel Year 4: Dalmatian Pelican Pelecanus crispus Near Threatened


Daniel Year 4: Red Fox Vulpes vulpes Least Concern


Tayven Year 4: Common Predatory Bush-cricket Saga pedo Vulnerable


Aliyah Year 4: Hen Harrier Circus cyaneus Red (Near Threatened IUCN)


Year 4: Saimaa Seal Pusa hispida ssp. saimensis Endangered 


Grace Year 4: Saimaa Seal Pusa hispida ssp. saimensis Endangered 


Jaydan Grade 4: European Marbled Polecat Vormela peregusna Vulnerable


Daisy Year 4: Saimaa Seal Pusa hispida ssp. saimensis Endangered


Charlotte Year 4: Common Hamster Cricetus cricetus Critically Endangered


Jayden Grade 4: Lataste’s Viper Vipera latastei Vulnerable


North America is a continent of varied landscapes and climates, stretching from the freezing arctic tundra of the far north to the humid swamps of southern Florida. The wildlife of North America is extremely diverse, with megafauna species including brown bear and American bison still roaming the forests and prairies.


Adam Year 4: American Burying Beetle Nicrophorus americanus Critically Endangered


Finlay Year 4: Red Wolf Canis rufus Critically Endangered



Ava Year 3: Eastern Box Turtle Terrapene carolina Vulnerable

Finlay Year 4: Black-footed Ferret Mustela nigripes Endangered


Harry F. Year 3: American Bison Bison bison Near Threatened


Harry R. Year 4: Cagle’s Map Turtle Graptemys caglei Endangered


Year 3: American Crocodile Crocodylus acutus Vulernable

   Luke G. Year 3: Florida Bonneted Bat Eumops floridanus Vulnerable

Luke G. Year 3: Alligator Snapping Turtle Macrochelys temminckii Vulnerable 


Millie Year 4: Vancouver Island Marmot Marmota vancouverensis Critically Endangered


Nyla Year 4: Greater Prairie-chicken Tympanuchus cupido Near Threatened


Lyla Year 4: Steller’s Sea-eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus Vulnerable


California is a large state found on the western coast of the United States. Due to the state’s large size the climate ranges from polar to subtropical and is one of the richest and most diverse parts of the world. It is home to some unique species and subspecies of animals and is also a stronghold for many endangered species, including the Western monarch butterfly.


Taylor Grade 3: Humpback Whale Megaptera novaeangliae Endangered

Macie Grade 3: Sea Otter Enhydra lutris Endangered


Sloan Grade 5: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Ovis Canadensis ssp. sierrae Locally Endangered


Iliana Grade 2: California Sea Lion Zalophus californianus Least Concern


Jaxon Grade 5: Canada Lynx Lynx canadensis Locally Threatened


Halle Grade 3: Mojave Desert Tortoise Gopherus agassizii Vulnerable


Ella Grade 5: Riparian Brush Rabbit Sylvilagus bachmani ssp. riparius Locally  Endangered 


Caleb Grade 3: California Condor Gymnogyps californianus Critically Endangered


Jad Grade 4: Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered


Taylor Grade 3:  California Bay Checkerspot Butterfly Euphydryas editha ssp. bayensis Locally Threatened


Cole Grade 4: Tricolored Blackbird Agelaius tricolor Endangered


 Penelope Grade 3: Island Fox Urocyon littoralis Near Threatened
 Pablo Grade 4: California Condor Gymnogyps californianus Critically Endangered




Pablo Grade 4:  Mojave Desert Tortoise Gopherus agassizii Vulnerable


Greta Grade 2: Riparian Brush Rabbit Sylvilagus bachmani ssp. riparius Locally Endangered 


Gavin Year 4: San Francisco Garter Snake Thamnophis sirtalis ssp. tetrataenia Endangered California


Gavin Grade 4: Canada Lynx Lynx canadensis Locally Threatened


Jack Year 4: Reddish Egret Egretta rufescens Near Threatened


Jack Year 4: American Black Bear Ursus americanus Least Concern




 Lily Grade 2: Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered


Ace Grade 2: Sea Otter Enhydra lutris Endangered

  Rosie Grade 6: Valley Elderberry Long Horn Beetle Desmocerus californicus ssp. dimorphus Locally Endangered 


Grace Grade 4: Island Fox Urocyon littoralis Near Threatened

   Nina Grade 10: Reddish Egret Egretta rufescens Near Threatened


 Mia Grade 6: White Shark Carcharodon carcharias Vulnerable


Coleman Grade 2: Short-tailed Albatross Phoebastria albatrus Locally EndangeredGrayson Grade 4: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Ovis canadensis ssp. sierrae Locally Endangered


Alec Grade 4: Tricolored Blackbird Agelaius tricolor Endangered


Demeris Grade 5: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Ovis canadensis ssp. sierrae Locally Endangered


Ava Grade 4: San Francisco Garter Snake Thamnophis sirtalis ssp. tetrataenia Locally Endangered


Mila K Grade 4: American Black Bear Ursus americanus Least Concern;  Scarlet Grade 2: Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered 


Mia Grade 6: Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered 


 Zia Grade 3: Olive Ridley Lepidochelys olivacea Vulnerable

Aisha Year 4: Tule Elk Cervus Canadensis ssp. nannodes Endangered California


Helena Year 5: Sandstone Night lizard Xantusia gracilis Vulnerable


Max Year 1: Giant Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys ingens Endangered


Emi Year 2:  Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered


Holly Parent and Laguna Beach Artist: Grey Wolf Canis lupus Locally Endangered 


Susie Frosell Laguna Beach Artist: Tule Elk Cervus Canadensis ssp. nannodes Locally Endangered

  Dr Kirsten Rogers WDATAG? PR: Yosemite toad Anaxyrus canorus Endangered



Despite being one of the smallest continents in terms of land, the large number of isolated islands found in Oceania have resulted in a huge number of infamous endemic species. From the huge array of marsupial mammals found in Australia, to the large flightless kakapo of New Zealand. Its climate ranges from tropical in Papua New Guinea, to temperate in New Zealand.


Alivia Year 4: Fiji Crested Iguana Brachylophus vitiensis Critically Endangered


 Amardas Year 4: Coastal Peacock Spider Maratus speciosus Unclassified

  Lily P. Year 4: Bell’s Sawshelled Turtle Elseya bellii Endangered


Charlie Year 4: Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Vulnerable


Charlie Year 4: Tasmanian Devil Sarcophilus harrisii Endangered 


 Eve-Casey Year 4: Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Vulnerable Eva Year 4:  Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Vulnerable


 Lily M. Year 4: Kakapo Strigops habroptilus Critically Endangered


Ryan Year 4: Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Vulnerable Oliver Year 4: Golden-shouldered Parrot Psephotellus chrysopterygius Endangered


Riley Year 4: Mary River Turtle Elusor macrurus Endangered


Jasper Year 4: Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby Petrogale xanthopus Near Threatened

Jasper Year 4: Fiji Crested Iguana Brachylophus vitiensis Critically Endangered
  Tillie Year 4: Okarito Kiwi Apteryx rowi Vulnerable


 Amy Year 4: Yellow-bellied Glider Petaurus australis Near Threatened


Alivia Year 4: Quokka Setonix brachyurus VulnerableCoastal Peacock Spider Maratus speciosus Unclassified


Jake Year 4: Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Vulnerable


Madagascar is located off the East Coast of Africa, and is the world’s fifth largest island. Having been isolated for around 88 million years, many of Madagascar’s species have evolved into something truly unique. In fact, over 90% of Madagascar’s species are endemic, meaning that they can be found nowhere else in the world, including every single species of lemur.


 Henry Year 7: Aye-aye Daubentonia madagascariensis Endangered


Abigail Year 7: Lesser Chameleon Furcifer minor Endangered


 Sadie Year 7: Fosa Cryptoprocta ferox Vulnerable


 Eadward Year 7: Coquerel’s Sifaka Propithecus coquereli Critically Endangered; Ella H Year 7: Ring-tailed Lemur Lemur catta Endangered


Holly Year 7: Rufus Mouse Lemur Microcebus rufus Vulnerable


Millie Year 7:  Malagasy Rainbow Frog Scaphiophryne gottlebei Endangered; Sadie Year 7: Aye-aye Daubentonia madagascariensis Endangered
Bottom: Adam Year 7: Yellow-bellied Sunbird-asity Neodrepanis hypoxantha Vulnerable; Danny Year 7: Giraffe Weevil Trachelophorus giraffa Unclassified


 Nuha Year 7: Diademed Sifaka Propithecus diadema Critically Endangered 


Liam S Year 7: Ring-tailed Lemur Lemur catta EndangeredMillie Year 7: Diademed Sifaka Propithecus diadema Critically Endangered


 Jed Year 7: Radiated Tortoise Astrochelys radiata Critically Endangered


Nuha Year 7: Von der Decken’s Sifaka Propithecus deckenii Critically Endangered


Top: Isaac Year 7: Diademed Sifaka Propithecus diadema Critically Endangered Fraser Year 7: Giraffe Weevil Trachelophorus giraffa Unclassified
Bottom:  Taylor Year 7: Laborde’s Chameleon Furcifer labordi Vulnerable;  Bethan Year 7: Ploughshare Tortoise Astrochelys yniphora Critically Endangered


Isaac Year 7: Red Ruffed Lemur Varecia rubra Critically Endangered



Nathaniel Year 7: Spider Tortoise Pyxis arachnoides Critically Endangered


Fergus Year 7: Helmet Vanga Euryceros prevostii Endangered Liam L. Year 7: Ring-tailed Lemur Lemur catta Endangered


Henry Year 7: Diademed Sifaka Propithecus diadema Critically Endangered


Initial sketches 
Top: Fergus Year 7: Comet Moth Argema mittrei UnclassifiedBethan Year 7: Ploughshare Tortoise Astrochelys yniphora Critically Endangered
Bottom: Sadie Year 7: Rufus Mouse Lemur Microcebus rufus VulnerableEadward Year 7: Laborde’s Chameleon Furcifer labordi Vulnerable Initial Sketches

Henry Year 7: Aye-aye Daubentonia madagascariensis EndangeredSadie Year 7: Fosa Cryptoprocta ferox Vulnerable and Aye-aye Daubentonia madagascariensis Endangered Liam S Year 7: Ring-tailed Lemur Lemur catta Endangered



The world’s second-largest continent, Africa is rich in biodiversity. Its habitats range from open savannah and deserts, to tropical forests, dry woodlands and wetlands. It is the continent with the largest number of megafauna species, including giraffes, leopards and rhinos. As well as this, Africa’s varied forest habitats are also home to the most diverse range of primate species in the world.


 Alex Year 5: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable 
Brian Kim. Year 7: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable
Brian Kim. Year 7: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable 
7 Clifford Year 6: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable
Clifford Year 6: Temminck’s Pangolin Smutsia temminckii Vulnerable
Clinton Year 7: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable
David Year 7: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable
Dennis Mw. Year 6: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable
  Dennis Mw. Year 6: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered 
Donglas Year 5: Tana River Mangabey Cercocebus galeritus Critically Endangered
Evans Year 6: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable
Jackson Year 6: Masai Giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis ssp. tippelskirchi Endangered
Ken Year 7: Beisa Oryx Oryx beisa Endangered
 Ken Year 7: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered


Nixkson Year 5: Black Rhino Diceros bicornis Critically Endangered
Ryan K. Year 6: Somali Ostrich Struthio molybdophanes Vulnerable
Ryan M. Year 6: Temminck’s Pangolin Smutsia temminckii Vulnerable

Shem Year 6: Taita Blade-horned Chameleon Kinyongia boehmei Near Threatened 



Lawrence Year 7: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered

Esther Year 7: Somali Ostrich Struthio molybdophanes Vulnerable
Leina Year 6: Picasso Bug Sphaerocoris annulus Unclassified
Lawrence Year 7: Beisa Oryx Oryx beisa Endangered


Faith Year 5: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered


Lekanaiya Year 7: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered

Logela Year 4: Pancake Tortoise Malacochersus tornieri Critically Endangered
Moile Year 4: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable
Moson Year 7: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered

Nasianta Year 5: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered
Ntoyai Year 5: Gerenuk Litocranius walleri Near Threatened

Pilanoi Year 6: Grey Parrot Psittacus Erithacus Endangered
Saidimu K. Year 4: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable
Saidimu L. Year 6: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable

Saidimu L. Year 6: Hooded Vulture Necrosyrtes monachus Critically Endangered

Sempeyo Year 6: Tana River Mangabey Cercocebus galeritus Critically Endangered



Alex Year 8: Secretarybird Sagittarius serpentarius Endangered

 Alex Year 8: Secretarybird Sagittarius serpentarius Endangered


Alice Year 8: Picasso Bug Sphaerocoris annulus Unclassified


Alice Year 8: Hooded Vulture Necrosyrtes monachus Critically Endangered


Brian Year 7: Black Rhino Diceros bicornis Critically Endangered


Brian Year 7: Beisa Oryx Oryx beisa Endangered


Christopher Year 7: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered


Daijune Year 6: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered

 Dancan Year 6: Lion Panthera leo Vulnerable


David Year 7: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered


Esther Year 6: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered


Fracis Year 6: African Hunting Dog Lycaon pictus Endangered

Hellen Year 8: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered

 Hellen Year 8: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered (initial sketch)

Hellen Year 8: Masai Giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis ssp. tippelskirchi Endangered


 Keteko Year 7: Taita Blade-horned Chameleon Kinyongia boehmei Near Threatened


Kipaya Year 7: Tana River Mangabey Cercocebus galeritus Critically Endangered


 Kipaya Year 7: Black Rhino Diceros bicornis Critically Endangered  


Lanoi Year 7: Grevy’s Zebra Equus grevyi Endangered  


Leng’ete Year 5: Pancake Tortoise Malacochersus tornieri Critically Endangered


 Leng’ete Year 5: Kenya Jewel Platycypha amboniensis Critically Endangered

Moses N. Year 5: Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Vulnerable


Nekipuyo Year 5: Hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius Vulnerable



Peter K. Year 7: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered


Peter K. Year 7:Taita Blade-horned Chameleon Kinyongia boehmei Near Threatened
Peter M. Year 8: Grey Parrot Psittacus Erithacus Endangered




Semeyia Year 7: Beisa Oryx Oryx beisa Endangered
 Shadrack Year 7: Temminck’s Pangolin Smutsia temminckii Vulnerable


Soila Year 7: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered


Sonkoi Year 7: African Hunting Dog Lycaon pictus Endangered


Yiasi Year 8: Lesser Flamingo Phoeniconaias minor Near Threatened


Yiasi Year 8: African Savannah Elephant Loxodonta africana Endangered




Guyana is located on the north-eastern coast of South America, bordered by Brazil on the south, Venezuela on the west and Suriname on the east. As well as huge areas of tropical rainforests, Guyana is home to wetlands, savannahs, evergreen forests and cloud forests. The country is home to many species that can be found nowhere else, including the Guianan cock-of-the-rock and Guiana spider monkey. 



Amanda 11yrs: Red-billed Toucan Ramphastos tucanus Vulnerable
Anika 9yrs: Red-rumped Agouti Dasyprocta leporina Least Concern

Beverly 11yrs Guianan Cock-of-the-rock Rupicola rupicola Least Concern

Carlia 11yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered

Clint 10yrs: Red-billed Toucan Ramphastos tucanus Vulnerable

Curtney 10yrs: Giant Armadillo Priodontes maximus Vulnerable
Fiona 11yrs: Red-rumped Agouti Dasyprocta leporina Least Concern
Giselle 9yrs: Yellow-footed Tortoise Chelonoidis denticulata Vulnerable
16 Junior 10yrs: Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Conservation Dependant

Kena 9yrs: Red-billed Toucan Ramphastos tucanus Vulnerabl

Lornette 11yrs: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened

Lovika 11yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered

Maria 10yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered
Myron 11yrs: Harpy Eagle Harpia harpyja Near Threatened

Nicoli 8yrs: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
Rondell 10yrs: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
 Shira 9yrs: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened
Suemin 10yrs: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened

Trevlon 10yrs: Lowland Tapir Tapirus terrestris Vulnerable
Wanika 9yrs: Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable

Wilfred 11yrs: Giant Otter Pteronura brasiliensis Endangered


Wilfred 11yrs: South American Bushmaster Lachesis muta rhombeata Vulnerable

Arianne Harris Biologist/ Researcher: Pale-throated Three-toed Sloth Bradypus tridactylus Least Concern
Arianne Harris Biologist/ Researcher: White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Vulnerable
Leonie Edwards Fairview villager: Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable
Lezlene Daniels Tour Guide: Giant Armadillo Priodontes maximus Vulnerable
 Lezlene Daniels Tour Guide: Lowland Tapir Tapirus terrestris Vulnerable
Micah Davis Head Ranger: Harpy Eagle Harpia harpyja Near Threatened
Dr Raquel Thomas Director Iwokrama: Arapaima Arapaima gigas Data Deficient
Reshma Persaud Professional Development Fellow: Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Conservation Dependant
Richardson Haynes Ranger: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened


Alina 8yrs: Goliath Birdeater Theraphosa blondi Unclassified
Cahlei 8yrs: Beebe’s Rocket Frog Anomaloglossus beebei Endangered

Dumane: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened
Eicka 11yrs: Red-billed Toucan Ramphastos tucanus Vulnerable
Juliean 9yrs: Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable

Juliean 9yrs: Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Conservation Dependant
Juliean 9yrs: Giant Anteater Myrmecophaga tridactyla Vulnerable
Kadia 5yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered
Kristiano 8yrs: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
Marvin 9yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered
McKayla 9yrs: American Manatee Trichechus manatus Vulnerable
Micaiah 6yrs: Jaguar Panthera onca Near Threatened
Raianda 11yrs: Guiana Spider Monkey Ateles paniscus Vulnerable
Raianda 11yrs: Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable
Samuel 8yrs: Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Conservation Dependant
Tahir 9yrs: Red Siskin Spinus cucullatus Endangered
Tahir 9yrs: Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable
Teairra 8yrs: Northern Tiger Cat (Oncilla) Leopardus tigrinus Vulnerable
Tolincia 8yrs: White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Vulnerable
Tovaun 10yrs: White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Vulnerable
Tovaun 10yrs: Guianan Cock-of-the-rock Rupicola rupicola Least Concern
Treylon 11yrs: White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Vulnerable
Mayor Waneka Arrindell Linden Mayor: Guiana Spider Monkey Ateles paniscus Vulnerable

Mayor Waneka Arrindell Linden Mayor: Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Conservation Dependant
Camille Cummings Head Teacher: Yellow-footed Tortoise Chelonoidis denticulata Vulnerable
Camille Cummings Head Teacher: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
Nafisah Elliott Parent: Giant Anteater Myrmecophaga tridactyla Vulnerable

Nafisah Elliott Parent: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
Shurma Williams Teacher: Pale-throated Three-toed Sloth Bradypus tridactylus Least Concern

Zoya Belgrave Parent: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered 



Abigail 9yrs: White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Vulnerable
Annelie 11yrs: Red Siskin Spinus cucullatus Endangered
Aolika: Harpy Eagle Harpia harpyja Near Threatened
Destyne 10yrs: Sun Parakeet Aratinga solstitialis Endangered
Gabriel 15yrs: Pale-throated Three-toed Sloth Bradypus tridactylus Least Concern
Kateona 12yrs: Arapaima Arapaima gigas Data Deficient
Martha 17yrs: Blue-cheeked Amazon Amazona dufresniana Near Threatened
Mary 17yrs: Northern Tiger Cat (Oncilla) Leopardus tigrinus Vulnerable

Odessa: Bush Dog Speothos venaticus Near Threatened

Ravie 8yrs: Arapaima Arapaima gigas Data Deficient
Rokel 18yrs: Giant Armadillo Priodontes maximus Vulnerable
Sasha 10yrs: Guianan Cock-of-the-rock Rupicola rupicola Least Concern
Sasha 10yrs: South American Bushmaster Lachesis muta rhombeata Vulnerable 

Tenacia 13yrs: Red-rumped Agouti Dasyprocta leporina Least Concern

Natasha Caregiver: Goliath Birdeater Theraphosa blondi Unclassified