Safari animals are animals that inhabit the vast savanna plains of sub-Saharan Africa. Known for being home to some of the most exotic, diverse, and sought-after animals on the planet that include lions, leopards, elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes, African savannas and wetlands are rich ecosystems that allow these animals to thrive.

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1.4”-2” | 3.5-5 cm
2.75”-3.9” | 7-10 cm
.6-1.2 oz | 18-34 g
4 years (wild); 5-6 years (captivity)
African Dormouse
5.000
10.000
0.034
6.00
70
3D
African Dormouse
8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m
10’-16’6” | 3-5 m
5,500-15,400 lb | 2,500-7,000 kg
70 years
African Elephant
400.000
500.000
7000.000
70.00
293000
3D
African Elephant
44"-50" | 1.1-1.3 m
54"-78" | 1.4-2 m
270-420 lb | 120-190 kg
10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity)
African Lion
130.000
200.000
190.000
15.00
449000
3D
African Lion
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
18”-26” | 46-66 cm
7-12 lb | 3-5 kg
5-7 years (wild); up to 12-16 years (captivity)
Bat-Eared Fox
38.000
66.000
5.000
16.00
12300
3D
Bat-Eared Fox
Cheetah
185000
28”-35” | 70–90 cm
44”-59” | 112-150 cm
77-143 lb | 35-65 kg
10-12 years
Cheetah
90.000
150.000
65.000
10.00
185000
3D
Cheetah
Gazelle
237000
42.0”-49.0” | 107-125 cm
42.0”-49.0” | 107-125 cm
90-180 lb | 41-82 kg
10-12 years
Gazelle
125.000
125.000
82.000
10.00
237000
3D
Gazelle
Giraffe
302000
18’-20’ | 5.5-6.0 m
7.5’-8.5' | 2.2-2.6 m
1,750-2,800 lb | 795-1,270 kg
25 years
Giraffe
600.000
260.000
1270.000
25.00
302000
3D
Giraffe
54.0"-78.0" (4’6"-6'6") | 1.4-2 m
114.0"-168.0" (9’6"-14’) | 2.9-4.3 m
3,100-8,800 lb | 1,500-4,000 kg
40-50 years
Hippopotamus
200.000
430.000
4000.000
50.00
84000
3D
Hippopotamus
Hyena
139000
38.0” | 97 cm
47.0”-59.0” | 120-150 cm
110-190 lb | 50-86 kg
25 years
Hyena
97.000
150.000
86.000
25.00
139000
3D
Hyena
66.0"-81.0" (5’6"-6’9") | 1.7-2.1 m
11’-13’9" | 3.4-4.2 m
3,500-8,800 lb | 1,600-4,000 kg
35-40 years
Rhinoceros
210.000
420.000
4000.000
40.00
106000
3D
Rhinoceros
Serval
78000
21”-26” | 53-66 cm
23”-36” | 58-91 cm
15-40 lb | 7-18 kg
10-12 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)
Serval
66.000
91.000
18.000
20.00
78000
3D
Serval
Warthog
41000
25”-33” | 64-84 cm
36”-60” | 91-152 cm
120-250 lb | 55-110 kg
15-18 years (wild); up to 20 years (captivity)
Warthog
84.000
152.000
110.000
20.00
41000
3D
Warthog
Zebra
128000
51.0"-75.0" (4’3”-6’3”) | 1.3-1.9 m
64.0"-96.0" (5’4”-8’) | 1.6-2.4 m
440-990 lb | 200-450 kg
25 years
Zebra
190.000
240.000
450.000
25.00
128000
3D
Zebra
Hippopotamus
Drawing comparing the scale of a hippopotamus to a human with dimensions for height and length

Hippopotamuses, or hippos for short, are large semiaquatic mammals found in sub-Saharan Africa. Commonly sighted in rivers, swamps and lakes, the hippopotamus is an herbivore that lives mostly in the water when not feeding on nearby grasses. The hippo is the third-largest land mammal on the planet.

The typical Hippopotamus has an overall height of 54.0"-78.0" (1.4-2 m) and body length of 114.0"-168.0" (9’6"-14’) (2.9-4.3 m). An average Hippopotamus weighs between 3,100-8,800 lb (1,500-4,000 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 40-50 years.

Illustrations of a Hippopotamus from the side, front, back, and laying down
Hippopotamuses, or hippos for short, are large semiaquatic mammals found in sub-Saharan Africa. Commonly sighted in rivers, swamps and lakes, the hippopotamus is an herbivore that lives mostly in the water when not feeding on nearby grasses. The hippo is the third-largest land mammal on the planet.

The typical Hippopotamus has an overall height of 54.0"-78.0" (1.4-2 m) and body length of 114.0"-168.0" (9’6"-14’) (2.9-4.3 m). An average Hippopotamus weighs between 3,100-8,800 lb (1,500-4,000 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 40-50 years.

Illustrations of a Hippopotamus from the side, front, back, and laying down
Hippopotamus
Height:
54.0"-78.0" (4’6"-6'6") | 1.4-2 m
Width:
Length:
114.0"-168.0" (9’6"-14’) | 2.9-4.3 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,100-8,800 lb | 1,500-4,000 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Hippopotamus amphibius
Lifespan
40-50 years

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Hippopotamus side profile, front, back, side (laying down)

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African Lion
Comparison of the size of a male and female Lion seen from the front profile

African Lions are large felines with compact and powerful bodies for hunting prey. Characterized by their yellow-gold coats and prominent manes (on males), lions are the world’s most social cats and live in communities called prides. Lions inhabit a range of habitats from open plains, to grasslands, savannas, and forests.

The average Lion has an overall height of 44"-50" (1.1-1.3 m), withers height of 34"-40" (.9-1.0 m), and body length of 54"-78" (1.4-2 m). A typical Lion weighs between 270-420 lb (120-190 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity).

Dimensions comparing the height and length of male and female Lions to humans
Lions are large felines with compact and powerful bodies for hunting. Characterized by their yellow-gold coats and prominent manes (on males), lions are the world’s most social cats and live in communities called prides. Lions inhabit a range of habitats from open plains, to savannas, and forests.

The average Lion has an overall height of 44"-50" (1.1-1.3 m), withers height of 34"-40" (.9-1.0 m), and body length of 54"-78" (1.4-2 m). A typical Lion weighs between 270-420 lb (120-190 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity).

Dimensions comparing the height and length of male and female Lions to humans
African Lion
Height:
44"-50" | 1.1-1.3 m
Width:
Length:
54"-78" | 1.4-2 m
Depth:
34"-40" | .9-1.0 m
Weight:
270-420 lb | 120-190 kg
Area:

Male
Length:
4’6”-6’6” | 1.4-2 m
Height (Shoulder): 3’4” | 1 m
Height (Overall): 4’2” | 1.3 m

Female:
Length: 4’6” | 1.4 m
Height (Shoulder): 2’10” | .9 m
Height (Overall): 3’8” | 1.1 m

Tail Length
Scientific Name
Panthera leo
Lifespan
10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity)

Drawings include:
Male and female Lion side (standing), front, side (lying down)

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Serval
Comparison illustration of the size of a Serval to a typical person

The Serval (Leptailurus serval) is a slender, medium-sized cat native to Africa. It inhabits semi-arid regions near the Mediterranean Sea and avoids rainforests. Servals have a small head, large ears, and a yellow to red-brown coat with spots and stripes.

The black markings are extensive and vary in size along its body. Relative to its body size, the Serval has the longest legs of any cat—with long toes as well. The Serval is solitary and remains active throughout the day as well as at night.

Servals have a shoulder height between 21”-26” (53-66 cm), body length of 23”-36” (58-91 cm), and weight in the range of 15-40 lb (7-18 kg). The tail of a Serval is 8”-16” (20-41 cm) in length. Servals have a typical lifespan of 10-12 years in the wild and up to 20 years captivity.

Series of side elevation illustrations of the Serval
The Serval (Leptailurus serval) is a slender, medium-sized cat native to Africa. It inhabits semi-arid regions near the Mediterranean Sea and avoids rainforests. Servals have a small head, large ears, and a yellow to red-brown coat with spots and stripes.

Servals have a shoulder height between 21”-26” (53-66 cm), body length of 23”-36” (58-91 cm), and weight in the range of 15-40 lb (7-18 kg). The tail of a Serval is 8”-16” (20-41 cm) in length. Servals have a typical lifespan of 10-12 years in the wild and up to 20 years captivity.

Series of side elevation illustrations of the Serval
Serval
Height:
21”-26” | 53-66 cm
Width:
Length:
23”-36” | 58-91 cm
Depth:
Weight:
15-40 lb | 7-18 kg
Area:
Tail Length
8”-16” | 20-41 cm
Scientific Name
Leptailurus serval
Lifespan
10-12 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)

Drawings include:

Serval side elevation (standing), side (sitting), side (lying down)

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Giraffe
Comparison of a Giraffe to the size of a human with dimensions for overall height and width

Giraffes, the world’s tallest mammals, are known for their long necks and legs, ossicone horns, and distinct spotted coat patterns. Roaming open savannas and woodlands in herds, giraffes forage for leaves, fruits and flowers at treetop heights that other mammals cannot reach.

The typical Giraffe has an overall height of 18’-20’ (5.5-6.0 m) and body length of 7.5’-8.5' (2.2-2.6 m). An average Giraffe weighs between 1,750-2,800 lb (795-1,270 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 25 years.

Drawings of Giraffes showing the side profile, front, back, and laying down positions
Giraffes, the world’s tallest mammals, are known for their long necks and legs, ossicone horns, and distinct spotted coat patterns. Roaming open savannas and woodlands in herds, giraffes forage for leaves, fruits and flowers at treetop heights that other mammals cannot reach.

The typical Giraffe has an overall height of 18’-20’ (5.5-6.0 m) and body length of 7.5’-8.5' (2.2-2.6 m). An average Giraffe weighs between 1,750-2,800 lb (795-1,270 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 25 years.

Drawings of Giraffes showing the side profile, front, back, and laying down positions
Giraffe
Height:
18’-20’ | 5.5-6.0 m
Width:
Length:
7.5’-8.5' | 2.2-2.6 m
Depth:
Weight:
1,750-2,800 lb | 795-1,270 kg
Area:
Giraffa camelopardalis
Lifespan
25 years

Drawings include:
Giraffe side profile, front, back, side (laying down)

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African Dormouse

The African Dormouse, also known as the woodland dormouse, is a kind of tiny rodent showing similarities in appearance to that of a squirrel in combination with features of a mouse. Scientifically identified as Graphiurus murinus, the wild African Dormouse lives in subtropical or tropical climates (native to Africa as its name suggests).

Physically, the African Dormouse is distinguished by large eyes, a long bushy tail, and silky coat. Its coloration includes gray/brown streaks along its body and white found on its cheeks and underbelly. The African Dormouse is a social animal, but quiet in vocalization and shy around people as pets.

African Dormice have a height of 1.4”-2” (3.5-5 cm), body length between 2.75”-3.9” (7-10 cm), and an overall weight in the range of .6-1.2 oz (18-34 g). The tail length of an African Dormouse is 2.4”-4.3” (6-11 cm). African Dormice have a typical lifespan of 4 years in the wild and up to 5-6 years in captivity.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the African Dormouse
The African Dormouse, also known as the woodland dormouse, is a kind of tiny rodent showing similarities in appearance to that of a squirrel in combination with features of a mouse. Scientifically identified as Graphiurus murinus, the wild African Dormouse lives in subtropical or tropical climates.

African Dormice have a height of 1.4”-2” (3.5-5 cm), body length between 2.75”-3.9” (7-10 cm), and an overall weight in the range of .6-1.2 oz (18-34 g). The tail length of an African Dormouse is 2.4”-4.3” (6-11 cm). African Dormice have a typical lifespan of 4 years in the wild and up to 5-6 years in captivity.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the African Dormouse
African Dormouse
Height:
1.4”-2” | 3.5-5 cm
Width:
Length:
2.75”-3.9” | 7-10 cm
Depth:
Weight:
.6-1.2 oz | 18-34 g
Area:
Tail Length
2.4”-4.3” | 6-11 cm
Scientific Name
Graphiurus murinus
Lifespan
4 years (wild); 5-6 years (captivity)

Drawings include:

African Dormouse side elevation (standing), front (standing), side (sitting)

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