31 Easy Safari Animals Drawing Tutorials

Let's go on a wildlife safari! A safari is an expedition to see animals in the wild. Safaris are especially popular in Africa. Do you know which of the animals listed below you might see on an African safari? On the savannah, you might observe elephants, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, crocodiles, hyenas, rhinos, hippos, and zebras...
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How to Draw a Gecko

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Geckos are small lizards. There are more than 1,000 species of this reptile around the world, native to every continent but Antartica. Geckos range in size from less than half an inch to 14 inches; a 24-inch specimen of a possibly extinct species from New Zealand is held in one European museum... Read more

How to Draw Medusa

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In Greek mythology, the Medusa was the most famous of the creatures called Gorgons. The Gorgons were depicted as winged females with lolling tongues and hair made of snakes... Read more

How to Draw a Velociraptor

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The term velociraptor means "swift seizer." It was native to Asia, while the larger deinonychus flourished in North America. It is known for its large claw, which it may have used as a weapon in the way the cassowary does today... Read more

How to Draw a Rattlesnake

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There are about 33 species of rattlesnake native to North and South America. Rattlesnakes are venomous pit vipers marked by a unique tail structure. Each snake is born with one button or rattle segment. Within a week of birth, they shed their skin and a second button is left behind. This happens every time the snake sheds its skin... Read more

How to Draw an Iguana

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There are about 30 species of iguana that live in tropical regions of the Americas and surrounding islands. Iguanas live on land, burrow underground, climb trees, and even swim in the ocean. The largest can get well over six feet in length and weigh nearly 15 pounds. They can live for 20 years in the wild... Read more

How to Draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex

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The Tyrannosaurus rex, or T. rex for short, is among the most well known of the dinosaurs. The name Tyrannosaurus rex means "king of the tyrant lizards." T. rex is thought to have been either a predator or a... Read more

How to Draw a Chameleon

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Chameleons are tree-dwelling lizards known for their color changing abilities and their long sticky tongue. Chameleons are native to Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and southern Europe. The highest concentration of chameleons occurs on... Read more

How to Draw an Alligator or Crocodile

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Alligators are large aquatic reptiles. There are two species of alligator, native to North America and China. Alligators are carnivores, often living in rivers or streams. Their dark coloration helps them to... Read more

How to Draw a Lizard

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There are most than 5,500 species of lizards scattered across every continent except Antarctica. Lizards have scales, are cold blooded... Read more

How to Draw a Sea Turtle

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Sea turtles are long-lived, scaly, shelled reptiles that live in the ocean. In Disney's Finding Nemo, the turtle named Crush identified himself as being... Read more

How to Draw a Cobra

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There are over 3,000 species of snakes in the world, but the king cobra is one of the most recognizable. King cobras can reach a length of 13 feet (4 meters)... Read more

How to Draw a Cartoon Snake

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Did you know? There are over 3,000 different kinds of snakes in the world. They range in size from less than 4 inches (10 centimeters) to more than... Read more