New Animal Species

Teach your youngster fun facts about newly discovered critters. These printables are coloring pages and zoology lessons all in one!

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Monitor Lizard Coloring

This lizard can grow to over six feet long! colour the Golden Spotted Monitor Lizard, one of several brand new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
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Louisiana Pancake Batfish Coloring

So what on earth is this funky creature? He is a Louisiana Pancake Batfish, one of several brand new species discovered within the past two years.
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Walter's Duiker Coloring

Walter's Duiker is a new species of duiker, a kind of antelope, and one of many new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
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Pollinating Cricket Coloring

Did you know new species of animals are discovered every year? colour in this little cricket, the only one of his kind who can pollinate plants!
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T Rex Leech Coloring

Colour the T Rex Leech! Named for its sharp teeth, he is one of many brand new species discovered in the past two years.
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Darwin's Spider Coloring

Whoa, this spider is quite the spinster! He is actually one of many brand new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
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Jumping Cockroach Coloring

Don't get too afraid of this cockroach, he lives all the way in South Africa! And he is one of many brand new species discovered in the past two years.
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