Marsh frog

Pelophylax species

The marsh frog is the largest species of true frog native to Europe and is found in deep ponds, lakes, rivers and around streams across the continent. The diet of the marsh frog consists ofdragonfliesand other insects,spiders,earthworms, andslugs. Larger frogs also eat small rodents and sometimes smaller amphibians andfish.

Chinese soft-shell terrapins

Pelodiscus sinensis

The Chinese soft-shelled turtle is well adapted to aquatic environments, including brackish swamps and marshes. These turtles are predominantlycarnivorousand the remains offish,crustaceans,mollusks,insects, and seeds of marsh plants have been found in their stomachs.

House sparrow

Passer domesticus

The house sparrow is a small bird; it has a typical length of 16cm and a weight of 24 - 39.5g. It is distributed worldwide. They considered a nuisance species, an aggressive competitor with native birds, and an agricultural pest.

European flat oyster

Ostrea edulis

Ostrea edulis is a species of oyster. It is a sessile, filter-feeding bivalve mollusc, associated with highly productive estuarine and shallows coastal water habitats. Each valve differs in shape and size; the left one (the one used by the oyster to attach itself to a surface) is concave, while the right one is flat and fits snugly inside the left.

Helmeted guineafowl

Numida meleagris

This is a gregarious species, forming flocks outside the breeding season typically of about 25 birds that also roost communally. Guineafowl are particularly well-suited to consuming massive quantities ofticks, which might otherwise spreadLyme disease.These birds are terrestrial, and prone to run rather than fly when alarmed.

House mouse

Mus musculus

Thehouse mouseis a smallmammal, characteristically having a pointed snout, small rounded ears, and a long naked or almost hairless tail. They are typically commensal, and are found in a very wide range of man-made habitats including houses, farm outbuildings; other types of buildings, and even coal mines and frozen meat stores.

Amethystine python

Morelia amethystine

Amethistina python is a non-venomous snake,killing its prey by constriction after grabbing it in its jaws or with its body.It's Australia's largest snake, growing to lengths of 8.5 metres, but more commonly 3.5-7.5 metres.

Feather –duster anemone

Metridium senile

The feather - duster anemone is an anemone with a diverse range of forms. They are cold water dwellers, found in all of the world's cold water oceans. It has numerous tentacles at the top of the column. They occur in intertidal to sub tidal zones down to depths of 200 m.

Alligator snapping turtle

Macrochelys temminckii

The alligator snapping turtle is one of the largest freshwater turtles in the world. It's a carnivore that feeds primarily on fish, smaller turtles, crayfish, and mollusks (mussels and snails), but occasionally eats juvenile alligators, small mammals, ducks, amphibians, carrion, fruit, and acorns.

Crab-eating macaque

Macaca fascicularis

Male crab-eating macaques have moustaches, while females have beards. They are also called long-tailed macaques, due to their exceedingly long tails. Infant crab-eating macaques are born black, and change colour as they mature. With broad diets, these monkeys mainly eat fruit, but also feed on items such as insects, bird eggs and as their name suggest, crabs.