Species of animals
56 species are already designed. We will regularly update this page as the artists produce the 3D models.
Now moderately rare, this little insect had almost disappeared during the time of Homo sapiens, which would have been a shame! In addition to being covered with a soft coat, being hardworking, supportive and fundamentally pacifist, the bee is the only species to produce honey. Breakfasts would be so sad without her!
This mollusk is a natural treasure chest. Its almost tamper-proof shell contains beautiful pearls. You might think these coquettes are snobbish, but they're not. They are even known to promote marine biodiversity. Good neighbors!
The batelion is the lightest bat in the world. The wind is its worst enemy. A squall is enough to divide an entire family. Sadly, it is, but this peculiarity makes it a great pollinator. So when you see a beautiful field of flowers, think of them, and most importantly, don't sneeze just anywhere!
It is better not to step on it! The hedgesnut is covered with sharp quills. Fortunately for the more distracted, and for those who gaze at the clouds as they walk,these charming rodents only descend from their trees in the fall. When the leaves fall, look on the ground!
Do you know the Althaea officinalis? This is a pretty flower that is used to make marshmallows. Well, a little frog had the good idea to make it their natural habitat. Over the generations, the batrachian has adapted to its environment to give this tasty frog that does not lack swing!
This spider may disturb greedy arachnophobes! The ancestor of this arachnid wove his webs among fruit trees, and for lack of midges, gorged himself on the sugar from the fruit. In the end, the species literally caramelized! His web are extremely sticky.
This fluffy butterfly is from a country once called China. Preferring the dark, this little plush will weave you silk sheets after dark.
This lizard in love with sunny climates, does not support temperature variations. A little colder, a little warmer, and it loses its beautiful petals (which fortunately grow back quite quickly). Their petals aren't just for display. Their sweet scent attracts the most refined preys.
This hummingbird is the friend of flora. In the wild, the speaker under his chest plays music that stimulates the growth of flowers that he enjoys browsing. In a dangerous situation, this speaker emits an ultrasound which disorients predators.
This rare reptile is difficult to locate. In the wild, the color of its diodes adapts to its environment. Their light reflects off its metallic skin making the reptile almost invisible. It is the only animal in the world to produce usb keys allowing to download any extraordinary resource. So much information in such a discreet and fascinating little being!