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 Lemur

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You can learn how to draw a lemur quickly and easily. Check out this amazing, easy step-by-step cartoon animal drawing tutorial!... Read more

How to Draw a Pelican

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Pelicans are seafaring birds famous for their extendable throat pouch that they use as a fishing net. They are large birds; many have wingspans of more than 10 ft or 3 meters. The name "pelican" comes from an ancient Greek word meaning "ax."... Read more

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 a Vulture

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Vultures or buzzards are raptors or birds of prey, similar to eagles and hawks. There are 23 species of vultures worldwide. These large birds are known for being scavengers, eating dead carcasses as part of nature's cleanup crew... Read more

How to Draw a Hyena

The hyena is a mammal that resembles a dog. The three species of hyena are native to Africa and Asia. Hyenas live in packs and are predators as well as opportunistic scavengers. Females serve as the alpha or leader in hyena society... Read more

How to Draw a Falcon

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Nearly 60 species of falcons live in various climates throughout the world. They are birds of prey resembling the related hawks and eagles. Falcons are known for their speed and grace. In fact, a diving peregrine falcon is the fastest animal in the world. They often nest on the sides of cliffs or tall buildings... 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

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