20 Native Animals You Might See in Your Travels

16. Llama, Bolivia

Llamas are camelids (same family as camels) which live in the Andean mountains. You’ll find them everywhere and sometimes, if not reared properly, they may spit at you!

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17. Pygmy Hippopotamus, Liberia

These hippos are exactly what you’re thinking: mini hippos! They’re nocturnal animals and tend to behave more like tapirs than normal hippos, living alone or in small groups.

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18. Moose, Canada

Moose are the largest species in the deer family. Distinctive by the antlers of the males. They don’t have upper front teeth and are excellent swimmers!

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