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Welcome to the WikiAnimal Library

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Welcome to the WikiAnimal library, dedicated entirely to the fascinating world of animals. Here, you'll find a vast collection of resources that span across various species, habitats, and ecosystems. Our library aims to educate and inspire, offering a wealth of knowledge from the tiniest insects to the largest mammals. Whether you're a casual reader, a student researching for a project, or a scholar in the field of zoology, our animal library is a treasure trove of information waiting to be explored.

Latest Additions to the Library

Research Library

The research library is a repository of scholarly articles, research papers, and studies dedicated to the exploration of animal behavior, conservation, and welfare. The library is organized by animal species, research topics, and geographical regions, making it easy for you to find the information you need.

Reports Library

The report library index is a collection of reports on various aspects of animal welfare, conservation, and behavior. It provides access to a diverse range of documents, such as case studies, policy briefs, fact sheets, and guidelines, related to animals and their interactions with humans and the environment.

Video Library

The video library is a curated collection of videos related to animals and their behaviors, habitats, and conservation. It features documentaries, lectures, and animations that showcase the diversity and beauty of the animal kingdom. Before adding a video to the library please read Help:Adding videos to the library.

Featured video

Guanches of the Sea - The Pilot Whales of Tenerife (video) (Part 2 & 3)

Guanches of the Sea - The Pilot Whales of Tenerife by Iro Tsarmpopoulou-Fokianou explores the lives of pilot whales in the waters near Tenerife, Canary Islands. These intelligent and friendly animals have the ability to dive up to a thousand meters deep, find their way back to their families using echolocation, and show curiosity and intelligence by interacting with humans. However, the massification of tourism and human expansion have posed challenges for these whales.