1. Kakapo bird
    The kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) is a large flightless parrot native to New Zealand. It adapted to life on the ground because there were few natural terrestrial predators. They are accomplished climbers, using their wings for balance, and their beak and strong claws to climb trees.Kakapos do everything slowly, which includes mating. The males inflate to the size of a basketball and make loud, low-frequency tones that can be heard up to three miles away, but females only want to mate twice/yr.
  2. Sea turtles
  3. Monkey/ape
  4. Cats