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Simple Animal Printouts Guidelines for Writing a Report on an Animal Animal Report Graphic Organizers

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For the top 25 printouts, click here.

INSECTIVORES
Insectivores are animals that eat insects. The following animals primarily eat insects.


Aardvark

Aardvarks are large mammals that eat ants. Simpler aardvark printout


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; it eats seeds and small insects.


Anteater

Anteaters are mammals with very long snouts from South and Central America.


Archaeopteryx

Archaeopteryx is the earliest-known bird; it may have eaten insects and other small animals.


Armadillo

The armadillo is a small, burrowing, armored mammal.


Aye-aye

An unusual primate from Madagascar.


Banded Anteater

The banded anteater (also known as the numbat) is a pouchless, diurnal marsupial from Australia.


Black Widow Spider

A very poisonous spider with a distinctive red hourglass marking.
Eastern bluebird

Bluebird, Eastern

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America.


Chameleon

Chameleons are lizards that can change their skin color.


Downy Woodpecker

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


Dragonfly

The dragonfly is a flying insect with a long abdomen.
Eastern bluebird

Eastern Bluebird

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America.


Eastern Quoll

The Eastern Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from Tasmania.


Echidna

The echidna is a primitive, egg-laying mammal from Australia and New Guinea.


Frilled Lizard

A lizard with a huge neck frill.


Frog

Tadpoles grow up to be frogs.


Frog Life Cycle Quiz

Color the picture and answer the questions about the amazing life cycle of this amphibian. For the answers, click here.


Gecko

Geckos are the only lizards that make noise.


Giant Anteater

The biggest anteater, from South and Central America.


Green Darner Dragonfly

A blue and green flying insect with transparent-to-yellow wings.


Hedgehog

Hedgehogs are small mammals that can roll into a prickly ball.


Kiwi

A chicken-sized flightless bird from New Zealand.


Ladybug

Tiny flying insects that eat garden pests.


Lightning Bug

The lightning bug (also known as the firefly) is a luminescent flying insect.


Mantid

Also called the praying mantid or praying mantis, this predatory insect eats garden pests.


Mole

Moles are almost-blind, burrowing mammals.


Morganucodon

An early mammal from about 200 million years ago.


Newt

Newts are small, brightly-colored salamanders.


Nightingale

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


Nine-Banded Armadillo

The Nine-Banded Armadillo is a small, burrowing, armored mammal.


Numbat

The numbat (also known as the banded anteater) is a pouchless, diurnal marsupial.


Pangolin

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

Plain Xenops

The Plain Xenops is a rainforest bird from the Americas.


Poison Arrow Frog

Poison arrow or poison dart frogs are poisonous frogs from rainforests of South and Central America. Some South American Indians apply the poison to the tips of their hunting arrows and blow-gun darts.


Pond Skater

A bug that walks on water. It is also called the water strider.


Praying Mantid

Also called the praying mantis, this predatory insect eats garden pests.


Red and Black Poison Arrow Frog

Poison arrow or poison dart frogs are poisonous frogs from rainforests of South and Central America. Some South American Indians apply the poison to the tips of their hunting arrows and blow-gun darts.


Redbilled Oxpecker

Redbilled Oxpeckers are birds that perch on large mammals in southern Africa.


Red Eft

Red efts are newts, small, brightly-colored salamanders.


Red-Eyed Tree Frog

A rainforest frog with bright red eyes.


Robin

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


Salamander

Salamanders are amphibians that retain their tail as an adult.


Segisaurus

Segisaurus was a goose-sized, fast-moving, meat- and insect-eating dinosaur.


Spiny Anteater

Also called the echidna, this is a primitive, egg-laying mammal from Australia and New Guinea.


Strawberry Poison Arrow Frog

Poison arrow or poison dart frogs are poisonous frogs from rainforests of South and Central America. Some South American Indians apply the poison to the tips of their hunting arrows and blow-gun darts.


Tarsier

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


Toad

Toads are amphibians with poison glands; they usually have bumpy skin.


Veiled Chameleon

A chameleon with a helmet-like casque on its head.


Vinegarroon

A whip scorpion, an arachnid that emits a vinegar-like mist.


Water Strider

A bug that walks on water.


Whip scorpion

Also, known as the vinegaroon, an arachnid that emits a vinegar-like mist.


Woodpecker

A bird that nests in tree cavities.

Xenops

The Xenops is a rainforest bird from the Americas.
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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