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Africa Antarctica Arctic Asia Australia Europe North America South America
Coral Reef Desert Grassland Pond Coniferous Forest Ocean Temperate Deciduous Forest Tropical Rainforest Tundra More Biomes
Simple Animal Printouts Guidelines for Writing a Report on an Animal Animal Report Graphic Organizers

Click on an animal to go to that printout.
For the top 25 printouts, click here.

Arboreal Animals
Arboreal animals spend most of their time in trees. Some live in the canopy, among the leaves. Some live on tree branches, on the bark, or at the base of the tree; some even burrow within the tree or live in a tree cavity. Some tree-dwellers eat the tree's leaves or bark, others eat animals that live on or near the trees.


African Gray Parrot

The African Gray Parrot is an intelligent, talkative bird.


American Goldfinch

A small seed-eating bird from North America.


American Robin

The American robin is a widespread songbird with a red-orange chest.

American Tree Sparrow

The American Tree Sparrow is a long-tailed songbird with a red crown.


Aye-aye

An unusual primate from Madagascar.

Baltimore Oriole

The Baltimore Oriole is a black and orange bird that eats fruit and nectar. It builds a hanging nest.


Binturong

A dark, furry mammal from southeast Asia.
Eastern bluebird

Bluebird, Eastern

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America.


Blue Jay

The blue jay is a beautiful, noisy blue bird.


Butterflies and Moths

Printouts about these beautiful flying insects.
life cycle

Butterfly Life cycle

See how a butterfly starts out as an egg, hatches into a caterpillar, becomes a pupa, then emerges as a fully-grown adult.
caterpillar

Caterpillar Anatomy

The caterpillar is the larval stage of butterflies and moths.

Chimpanzee

Chimpanzees are very intelligent apes from Africa; they are closely related to humans.


Coati (Coatimundi)

Coatimundi (also called coati) are long-nosed, long-tailed mammals from the Americas.


Cockatoo

Cockatoos are birds with a large, feathery crest and a hooked bill.

Dark-eyed Junco

A small songbird from North America.


Downy Woodpecker

A small black-and-white woodpecker from North America.


Eagle

The eagle is a large bird of prey.
Eastern bluebird

Eastern Bluebird

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America.


Flying Squirrel

A squirrel that glides from trees, using a loose flap of skin.


Fossa

The fossa is a meat-eating mammal from the island of Madagascar.


Frilled Lizard

A lizard with a huge neck frill.


Fruit Bat

Fruit bats are large bats that eat fruit and flowers.


Giant Panda

The Giant Panda is a black and white bear from China.


Golden Lion Tamarin

A small, golden-haired arboreal tamarin from rainforests in Brazil.


Goldfinch, American

A small seed-eating bird from North America.


Gray Parrot

The African Gray Parrot is an intelligent, talkative bird.


Great Horned Owl

A large bird of prey from North and South America.


Hawk

The Red-Tailed Hawk is a bird of prey, a raptor from North America.


Hoffman's Sloth

A two-toed sloth, a slow-moving mammal that lives hanging upside-down from trees.


Horned Owl

A large bird of prey from North and South America.


Howler Monkey

The loudest monkey!


Indian Walkingstick

The Walkingstick (also called the laboratory stick insect) is a long, slow-moving, plant-eating insect that looks like a twig.


Jay

Jays are beautiful, noisy birds.

Junco

A small songbird from North America.


Kakapo

A large, flightless, nocturnal, solitary parrot from New Zealand.


Keel Billed Toucan

A rainforest bird with a huge, colorful beak.


Kinkajou

A long-tailed, nocturnal mammal from rainforests in the Americas.


Koala

The koala is an Australian marsupial. It is not a bear.


Kookaburra

A large bird from the islands of Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea.


Laboratory Stick Insect

The Indian Walkingstick (also called the laboratory stick insect) is a long, slow-moving, plant-eating insect that looks like a twig.


Ladybug

Tiny flying insects that eat garden pests.


Lemur

Large-eyed primates from Madagascar.


Leopard

Leopards are widely-distributed, spotted wild cats that specd a lot of time in trees.


Lesser Flying Phalanger

This small marsupial (also known as the Sugar Glider) glides from tree to tree in Australia and nearby islands.


Lesser Panda

Also known as the Red Panda, it is a bear-like mammal from high-altitude mountains in Asia.


Livingstone's Fruit Bat

A very large bat from Africa that eat fruits and flowers.


Long-Wattled Umbrellabird

A bird with a large tuft of feathers on its head.


Lorikeet

A brush-tongued parrot.


Loris

Large-eyed primates from Southeast Asia.


Macaw

Macaws are parrots from the Americas.


Major Mitchell Cockatoo

Cockatoos are birds with a large, feathery crest and a hooked bill.


Mandrill

Mandrills are large, brightly-colored Old World monkeys.
Western Meadowlark

Meadowlark, Western

A brightly-colored songbird from western and central North America.


Mockingbird

A North American bird that can mimic the songs of many other birds.
Life cycle

Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle

See how a Monarch Butterfly starts out as an egg, hatches into a caterpillar, becomes a pupa, then emerges as a fully-grown adult.


Monkey

Monkeys are intelligent, agile mammals.
Blue Morpho Butterfly

Morpho Butterfly

The Blue Morpho is a brilliant blue butterfly from rainforests of South and Central America.


Nightingale

A small songbird that sings beautiful, complex songs, often at night.


Northern Cardinal

The Northern Cardinal is a brilliant red bird with a short, wide bill.


Northern Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific Northwest of North America.

Orangutan

Orangutans are large, solitary, tree-dwelling apes.

Oriole

The Baltimore Oriole is a black and orange bird that eats fruit and nectar. It builds a hanging nest.


Oropendola, Crested

The crested oropendola is a tropical black bird that makes long, pendulous nests.


Owl

Owls are nocturnal hunters with eyes that face forwards.
Painted Lady Butterfly
Painted Lady Butterfly

A very widespread and common butterfly.
Painted Lady Butterfly

Painted Lady Butterfly Life Cycle

The life cycle of this common butterfly.


Panda

Pandas are black and white bears from China.


Pangolin

The pangolin is an insect-eating mammal that has protective scales on its body.


Parrot

The African Gray Parrot is an intelligent, talkative bird.

Plain Xenops

The Plain Xenops is a rainforest bird from the Americas.


Possum, Ringtail

A small, nocturnal plant-eating marsupial with long tail.


Queen Alexandra's Birdwing Butterfly

Queen Alexandra's Birdwing is the biggest butterfly in the world. Its wingspan is about 1 foot (30 cm) wide.

Quetzal

A quetzal is a beautiful rain forest bird with very long tail feathers.


Raccoon

The raccoon is a mammal with mask-like markings on its face and a ringed tail.


Rainbow Lorikeet

A small, colorful, brush-tongued parrot from Australia.


Red-Eyed Tree Frog

A rainforest frog with bright red eyes.


Ringtail Possum

A small, nocturnal plant-eating marsupial with long tail.


Robin

The American Robin is a widespread songbird with a red-orange chest.


Scarlet Macaw

A brilliantly-colored parrot from Central and South American rain forests.


Slender Loris

A large-eyed primate from Southeast Asia.


Sloth

The sloth is a slow-moving mammal that lives hanging upside-down from trees.


Snowy Owl

A white owl that lives in the North American tundra.

Sparrow

The American Tree Sparrow is a long-tailed songbird with a red crown.


Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific coast of North America.


Stick Insect

The Walkingstick (also called the laboratory stick insect) is a long, slow-moving, plant-eating insect that looks like a twig.


Sugar Glider

This small marsupial (also known as the lesser flying phalanger) glides from tree to tree in Australia and nearby islands.


Tarsier

Tarsiers are small, nocturnal, arboreal primates with enormous eyes.


Three-Toed Sloth

The sloth is a slow-moving mammal that lives hanging upside-down from trees.

Toucan

A rainforest bird with a huge, colorful beak.

Tree Sparrow

The American Tree Sparrow is a long-tailed songbird with a red crown.


Ulysses Butterfly

The Ulysses is a spectacular swallowtail butterfly from Australia.


Umbrellabird

A bird with a large tuft of feathers on its head.


Viceroy Butterfly

The Viceroy is an orange and black butterfly from North America.


Walkingstick

The Walkingstick (also called the laboratory stick insect) is a long, slow-moving, plant-eating insect that looks like a twig.
Western Meadowlark

Western Meadowlark

A brightly-colored songbird from western and central North America.


Western Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific Northwest of North America.

Xenops

The Xenops is a rainforest bird from the Americas.


Zebra Longwing Butterfly

The Zebra Longwing is a small, black-and-yellow striped butterfly from warm areas.


Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly

The Zebra Swallowtail butterfly is a common butterfly with distinctive black and white markings.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Amphibians Arachnids Birds Cats Dogs Dinosaurs Fish Insects Mammals Invertebrates Reptiles
Camouflaged Endangered Hibernating Life Cycles Migratory Nocturnal Poisonous Underground Venomous
Africa Antarctica Arctic Asia Australia Europe North America South America
Coral Reef Desert Grassland Pond Coniferous Forest Ocean Temperate Deciduous Forest Tropical Rainforest Tundra More Biomes
Simple Animal Printouts Guidelines for Writing a Report on an Animal Animal Report Graphic Organizers

Click on a letter to go to that page of animal printouts.

In addition to printing the animals, you can copy a printout (click here for instructions) and paste it into a painting program (like Paint) and color the animal there. (Thanks to Grace P. from Thorngrove School for this great idea.)



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