About Us

About WildLifeFAQ

Why did I start this site?

In the process of answering some of my own animal questions, I thought that I might as well make this knowledge available to you and the rest of the internet. And then this site was born.

That is why on this site I will be covering a lot of the most common questions (FAQs) that you and others can have on the world wildlife.

About Mark Frøding


Well, who am I?

My name is Mark. I have a wife and 2 sons (3 and 9 years old).

I am a school teacher and I love learning about the incredible animals we have on this earth.

So why am I making this site about Wild Life Animals? Well… being that I am a school teacher by profession I enjoy sharing knowledge.

Being a creative person I that also run 3 other blogs, FoosballTips.com,  AlreadyCooking.com, and DoCreateIt.com (With my wife Christina)

Latest Posts

  • Are there any wild pigs in the USA?

    Are there any wild pigs in the USA?

    Did you know wild pigs in the USA are becoming more common? Their numbers have shot up in recent decades. Feral pigs are not just a rural tale. They bring big problems for the environment and economy. These pigs adapt well and spread quickly because of human actions. They are found in many climates. And…

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  • What types of owls are common in the USA?

    What types of owls are common in the USA?

    Ever wondered how many owl species live in the USA? And what’s so interesting about them? There are 19 types, from the small Elf Owl to the big Great Gray Owl. They’re diverse and amazing to watch. These owls in the USA are known for hunting well and being active at night. But they face…

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  • Where can you find alligators in the USA?

    Where can you find alligators in the USA?

    Have you ever wondered where you could see a real American alligator? These ancient predators, known as Alligator mississippiensis, live in the Southeastern USA and part of northeastern Mexico. Adult males can grow from 11.2 to 15.1 feet. Females are a bit smaller, at 8.5 to 9.8 feet. They love to live in warm, wet…

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