Zoo Coloring and Science Pages

Can't go to the zoo? We bring the zoo to you! These aren't your average animal coloring pages. Your child can learn about specific creatures, like the Brazilian rainbow boa and a bird called the tawny frogmouth, with interesting scientific information and photo-realistic illustrations. It's going to the zoo without leaving your living room!

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Western Pond Turtle

Lots of people like turtles, but how much do you really know about them? Get to know one of many types of turtles with this informational worksheet.
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Greater Roadrunner

Don't believe a bird could catch a rattlesnake? Believe it. The greater roadrunner lives up to its name by running up to 20 miles per hour and hunting snakes.
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California Tiger Salamander

Learn about the California tiger salamander, which uses its toxic, bad smell as a defense.
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African Grey Parrot

Do you know what's the largest parrot in Africa? It's the African grey parrot! Learn about this blabbering bird and give the image some color.
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Fulvous Whistling Duck

Can't go to the zoo? We bring the zoo to you! Check out the fulvous whistling duck, a bird with social skills and the willingness to share each other's nests.
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Spider Tortoise

Learn about spider tortoises, one of the world's tiniest tortoise species, with this handy worksheet. Can't go to the zoo? We bring the zoo to you!
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Carpet Python

If your kid is psycho for snakes, hand him this cool worksheet. Learn a bit about carpet pythons, such as what colors they may be, and then color the picture.
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Tawny Frogmouth

These clever birds harden and disguise themselves as tree branches when threatened. Learn more and do some coloring with this worksheet.
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Brazilian Rainbow Boa

Learn a bit about the Brazilian rainbow boa with this cool science worksheet.
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Sumatran Tiger

Take a look and learn all about this beautiful and rare tiger from the islands of Sumatra in Indonesia.
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Blue Dart Frogs

There aren't many blue animals out there, but here's one that will be fun to color: the blue dart frog. Its bright color warns predators that it is poisonous.
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Green Tree Frogs

Learn a little bit about green tree frogs (like that they sleep on the underside of leaves!) and then color in this scene of them at the zoo.
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Thick-Billed Parrot

Here's a creature that can be a heard a mile away: a thick-billed parrot. Learn more about these birds that are the only parrots native to the USA.
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Jaguar

Jaguars eat deer? Wow. Alligators, too? Are you kidding? What don't they eat? There's way more to learn about these intriguing eaters in this cool worksheet.
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Chimpanzee

If you're looking to color a chimpanzee, you won't find a coloring page better than this one. Learn some facts about these animals while you're at it.
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Red River Hog

Learn about Red River Hogs in this series of animals facts sheets and coloring pages in one.
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Spur-Thighed Tortoise

These are the largest tortoises in the world, yet they are only two inches long when they hatch! That's one of the facts you can learn from this worksheet.
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