A Toco Toucan, also known as the Ramphastos toco, rests in the bird enclosure of the Faunia animal theme park in Madrid April 27, 2005. Toucans, which live between 10-15 years, live in the wild in the tropical rainforests from the Guianas through Brazil to northern Argentina and are fruit eaters. REUTERS/Victor Fraile
The Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) is one of the world's rarest and most endangered primates. These handsome monkeys spend most of their time high up in the trees. There are only around 2500 remaining in the wild in SW India. They only get to be around 15-33 lbs, so they're known as one of the smaller species of macaques. The Lion-tailed Macaque is defined by its large, silver mane that surrounds its black face and its tail that ends in a black tuft, similar to a lion's.