Wild win­ter com­pan­ions

World of Animals - - Explore The Earth -


Alaskan mala­mutes and Siberian huskies are born to run in the snow. Climb aboard a dogsled and your ca­nine com­pan­ions will help you cover long dis­tances in sub-zero tem­per­a­tures.


Ice­landic horses thrive in the chill of win­ter. Their thick hair keeps them warm in the snow, mak­ing them the per­fect com­pan­ions for tours of frozen forests.


Camels might be at home in the heat of the desert, but they’re trusty com­pan­ions in the win­ter too. Visit the Sa­hara in win­ter for a rare chance to see desert snow.


Hardy and sure-footed, mules ac­com­pany trav­ellers as the win­ter sun sets over the snowy Grand Canyon. Spot ea­gles soar­ing through a sky glow­ing in shades of blue, pur­ple and white.


These South Amer­i­can an­i­mals have soft, thick coats that eas­ily re­sist the chill of win­ter. When tem­per­a­tures drop they help to carry the load as trav­ellers trek through the snow.

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