The park hosts a variety of mammals, from elk and bison to coyotes and mountain lions.
The park has one of the highest bat diversities in the US. Some bats eat insects, fish, or nectar.
The park is one of the few places where you can see the largest flying bird in North America. It has a wingspan of up to 10 feet.
These agile animals can climb steep cliffs and survive in harsh conditions. They have horns that can weigh up to 30 pounds.
This nocturnal creature is not a cat, but a relative of raccoons. It has a long, striped tail and a curious personality.
This squirrel is also known as the tassel-eared squirrel, because of its long ear tufts. It feeds mainly on ponderosa pine cones.
This squirrel is endemic to the Kaibab Plateau, north of the canyon. It has a black belly and a white tail.
This snake is a subspecies of the prairie rattlesnake. It has a pinkish color that blends with the rocks.
This lizard is one of the only two venomous lizards in the world. It has a black and orange pattern and a thick tail.
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