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North American and Central American Animals


Acrocanthosaurus

A huge, spine-backed, meat-eating dinosaur.


Agouti

The agouti is a large, short-tailed rodent from rainforests in the Americas.
Alamosaurus

Alamosaurus

A huge, long-tailed, long-necked, armored, plant-eating dinosaur.
Alamosaurus

Alamosaurus

(simple version)
A huge, long-tailed, long-necked, armored, plant-eating dinosaur.


Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan malamute is a powerful sled dog from Alaska.


Albertosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur, a tyrannosaurid from the late Cretaceous period.


Alligator

Alligators are large, meat-eating reptiles. Go to a simple version (just the image).


Allosaurus

The biggest meat-eating dinosaur from the late Jurassic period.


American Black Bear

A large, black to brown bear.


American Buffalo

The American Buffalo (actually a bison) is the heaviest land animal in North America.


American Cocker Spaniel

A friendly, obedient dog that was originally bred to hunt birds.


American Crocodile

The American crocodile is a rare, meat-eating reptile with a long, tapered snout.


American Crow

The American Crow is a common bird in North America.

American Flamingo

The American Flamingo is a pink bird that eats with its head upside down (from Central America).

American Golden Plover

The American Golden Plover is a medium-sized shorebird.


American Goldfinch

A small seed-eating bird from North America.


American Mastodon

Mastodons were shaggy, tusked herbivores.


American Paint Horse

A colorful, vividly-patterned horse descended from Spanish horses gone wild.


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.


Anchisaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur, a late prosauropod, from the early Jurassic period.


Anemone

The sea anemone is a predatory animal that looks like a flower and lives on the ocean floor.
Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus

A heavily armored plant-eater with a club-like tail and spikes.
Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus

(Simple Version)
A heavily armored plant-eater with a club-like tail and spikes.


Ant

Ants are social insects that are found worldwide and in almost every environment.


Anteater

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

Apatosaurus

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur; it used to be known as Brontosaurus.


Apatosaurus
(Simple version)

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur; it used to be known as Brontosaurus.


Arctic Fox

This small, white fox lives farther north than any other land animal.


Arctic Hare

This white hare lives in the Arctic and has huge hindfeet.

Arctic Tern

A small bird that flies from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year.


Arctic Wolf

Arctic wolves are carnivores that live in Northern Canada.


Armadillo

The armadillo is a small, burrowing, armored mammal.

Assassin Bug

Assassin bugs are a type of predatory insect.


Atlantic Puffin

Atlantic Puffins are Arctic sea birds.


Attwater's Prairie Chicken

Attwater's Prairie Chicken is a type of grouse that live in coastal grasslands in North America.


Badger

The badger is a nocturnal mammal with a black-and-white striped face.


Bald Eagle

The bald eagle is a large bird of prey. It is the symbol of the USA.

Baltimore Oriole

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

Barosaurus

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed, plant-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.


Beaver

The beaver is a large rodent that builds dams and dens.
bvr thumbnail

Beaver Coloring Printout

A large black-and-white printout of the North American beaver.


Bee

Bees are flying, social insects that live in a hive.


Beluga Whale

A small, white, toothed whale that lives mostly in cold, Arctic waters.


Bighorn Sheep

The bighorn sheep is a wild brown sheep from mountains and deserts of North America.


Bison

Bison (also known as the American Buffalo) are the heaviest land animals in North America.


Black Bear

A large, black to brown bear.


Black-Footed Ferret

The Black-Footed Ferret is an endangered type of ferret.


Black-Tailed Prairie Dog

The prairie dog is not a dog; it is a ground squirrel.


Black Widow Spider

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

Bluebird, Eastern

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America. Go to a simple version (just the image).


Bluebottle

Also known as the Portuguese man-of-war, this floating colony of animals has very long, stinging tentacles. It lives in warm ocean waters.


Blue Heron

A large wading bird with distinctive plumage and a long, sharp bill.


Blue Jay

The blue jay is a beautiful, noisy blue bird.
Blue Morpho Butterfly

Blue Morpho Butterfly

A brilliant blue butterfly from rainforests of South and Central America.

Boa Constrictor

A large constricting snake from South and Central America.


Bobcat

A fierce, short-tailed wild cat from North America.


Boston Terrier

The Boston Terrier is an intelligent, lively, short-haired dog.
Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus

A tall, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur.
Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus
(Simple version)

A tall, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur.
Brachiosaurus skeleton

Brachiosaurus Skeleton

Brachiosaurus was a tall, long-necked plant-eater.
Apatosaurus

Brontosaurus

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur; it is now known as Apatosaurus.


Brontosaurus
(Simple version)

A long-necked plant-eating dinosaur; it is now known as Apatosaurus.

Brown Bear

The Brown Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.

Brown Bear
(Simple Version)

The Brown Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.


Brown Pelican

The Brown Pelican is fish-eating bird with a huge pouched bill. Or go to a Brown Pelican quiz or the answers.


Buffalo, American

The American Buffalo (which is actually a Bison) is the heaviest land animal in North America.
Bull shark

Bull Shark

A blunt-nosed, dangerous, gray shark that can also live in fresh water rivers and lakes.
Bull shark

Bull Shark

(Simple version)
A blunt-nosed, dangerous, gray shark can that live in fresh water rivers and lakes.


Bull Snake

Also known as the gopher snake and the pine snake, this hissing constrictor lives in North America.

California Quail

The California Quail (also known as the Valley Quail) is a plump bird with a forward-facing head plume.


Caiman

The caiman is a meat-eating reptile from South and Central America.


California Sea Lion

California sea lions are eared seals that live off the coast of western North America.


Canadian Animals
Printable Book for Early Readers

A short, printable book about Canadian animal early readers. The book has pages on the moose, cougar, loon, Canada goose, muskrat, Arctic Fox, Arctic hare, caribou, polar bear, and beaver.


Canada Goose

The Canada goose is a large North American bird that honks.


Cardinal

The Northern Cardinal is a brilliant red bird with a short, wide bill. Or go to a cardinal quiz or the answers.


Caribou

Caribou are herbivores that live in Arctic regions.


Catamount

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the puma, panther, mountain lion, and cougar.


Centrosaurus

A ceratopsian dinosaur with a long snout horn.


Ceratosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic theropod; it has small a snout horn.


Chameleon

Chameleons are lizards that can change their skin color.


Chasmosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a large bony neck frill.


Chicken

The chicken is a farm bird.
Chihuahua
Chihuahua

The chihuahua is a small, alert, and playful dog; it was originally bred in Mexico.

Chipmunk

Chipmunks are rodents that live in North America and Asia.


Clam

Burrowing bivalves with a soft body.


Coati (Coatimundi)

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


Coelophysis

A late Triassic theropod, a meat-eating dinosaur about 9 feet (3 m) long.


Coelophysis

(Simple version)
A meat-eating dinosaur 9 feet (3 m) long, a late Triassic period theropod.


Collared Peccary

A pig-like mammal, also known as the javelina, from deserts and chaparrals of North and Central America.


Common American Gull

A water bird also known as the ring-billed gull, and commonly known as the sea gull.


Common Egret

The common egret (also called the great egret) is a large wading bird.

Conch

A marine invertebrate with a large, beautiful shell.


Cony

The cony (or pika) is a small, furry mammal that stockpiles food for the winter.


Corythosaurus

A large, duck-billed plant eating dinosaur that had a helmet-like crest on its head.


Corythosaurus

(Simple version)
A large, duck-billed plant eating dinosaur that had a helmet-like crest on its head.


Cougar

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the puma, panther, mountain lion, and catamont.

Coyote

Coyotes are meat-eating mammals related to wolves.
Nutria

Coypu

Coypus (also called nutrias) are semi-aquatic rodents that are originally from South America.


Crab

A crab is an animal with a shell. It has eyes on stalks on its head.


Crane

Cranes are large wading birds with long legs and a long neck.


Crayfish

Freshwater crustaceans with four pairs of walking legs.
cricket

Cricket

Crickets are jumping insects.


Crocodile

Crocodiles are meat-eating reptiles with a long, tapered snout.


Crow

The American crow is a common bird in North America.


Dall Sheep

A wild, white sheep from the Arctic and sub-Arctic of North America.

Dark-eyed Junco

A small songbird from North America.


Deer

The deer is a shy, fast-moving plant-eater.


Deinonychus

A deadly, intelligent, meat-eater with huge, sickle-like claws.


Deinonychus

(Simple version)
A deadly, intelligent, meat-eater with huge, sickle-like claws.


Desert Tortoise

A tortoise from southwestern North America.


Desmatosuchus

An extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.


Dilophosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur with a double crest on its head.


Dilophosaurus

(Simple version)
A meat-eating dinosaur with a double crest on its head.


Dimetrodon

An extinct, sail-backed, meat-eating animal from the Permian period (pre-dating the dinosaurs).


Dimetrodon

(Simple version)
An extinct, sail-backed, meat-eating animal from the Permian period (pre-dating the dinosaurs).


Diplodocus

A long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur about 90 ft (27 m) long.


Donkey

Donkeys are hoofed mammals adapted to desert life.


Dove

The dove is a pigeon.


Downy Woodpecker

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


Dragonfly

The dragonfly is a flying insect with a long abdomen.


Eagle

The eagle is a large bird of prey.


Earthworm

An earthworm is a little animal with a long, soft body and no legs.
Eastern bluebird

Bluebird, Eastern

A beautiful songbird from eastern North America. Go to a simple version (just the image).
Edmontonia

Edmontonia

An armored, plant-eating dinosaur from North America.
Edmontosaurus

Edmontosaurus

A large, duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur that had a bumpy ridge on its back.
Edmontosaurus

Edmontosaurus

(Simple version)
A large, duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur that had a bumpy ridge on its back.


Egret

The egret is a large wading bird.


Elephant Seal, Northern

The Northern Elephant Seal is a huge seal that lives in the northern Pacific Ocean. (Family Phocidae, Subfamily Monachinae)


Elk

Elk are large, hoofed mammals with beautiful antlers.


Eohippus

A tiny, extinct horse that lived 50 million years ago. Also called Hyracotherium.


Ermine

Also known as the stoat or the short-tailed weasel, this tiny, ferocious mammal lives in cold areas.


Falcon

These fast-flying predators prey upon other birds.


Ferret

Ferrets are a type of weasel.


Firefly

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

Flamingo

The Flamingo is a pink bird that eats with its head upside down. Go to a simple version (just the image).


Flamingo Label Me! Printout

Label a diagram of a flamingo.
Answers

Flamingo Read-and-Answer Quiz

Read about the flamingo, then answer questions about it. Or go to the answers.


Fly

The common house fly is a small, flying insect.


Flying Squirrel

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


Fox

The fox is a meat-eating mammal with a long, bushy tail.


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.


Giant Anteater

The biggest anteater, from South and Central America.


Gila Monster

A venomous lizard from deserts of southwestern North America.


Golden Eagle

Golden Eagles are large birds of prey.


Goldfinch, American

A small seed-eating bird from North America.


Goose, Canada

The Canada goose is a large North American bird that honks.


Gopher Snake

Also known as the bull snake and the pine snake, this hissing constrictor lives in North America.


Grasshopper

Grasshoppers are insects that can hop, walk, and fly. There are about 10,000 different species of grasshoppers.


Gray Wolf

Gray wolves are carnivores that live in packs and howl.


Great Blue Heron

A large wading bird with distinctive plumage and a long, sharp bill.


Great Egret

The great egret, also known as the common egret, is a large wading bird.


Great Horned Owl

A large bird of prey from North and South America.


Green Darner Dragonfly

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


Greenland Shark

A large, slow-swimming shark with glow-in-the-dark eyes.

Grizzly Bear

The Grizzly Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.


Ground Cuckoo

Also known as the Roadrunner, this bird is a fast runner that rarely flies.

Groundhog

The Groundhog is a rodent that is also called the woodchuck.


Gull

Gulls are water birds that are commonly known as sea gulls. There are many types of gulls.


Hadrosaurus

A duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.


Harbor Seal

Harbor Seals live in the ocean but breathe air. They are marine mammals.


Hare

Hares have very long hind legs and long ears. Unlike rabbits, the young are born fully haired.


Harlequin Bug

This small agricultural pest is brightly-colored.


Harp Seal

Harp Seals are marine mammals that live in the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean.


Harpy Eagle

The Harpy Eagle is one of the largest eagles in the world. It lives in rainforests of Central and South America.


Hatchetfish

Hatchetfish are oddly-shaped fish from South and Central America.


Hawaiian Goose or Nene

An endangered goose that lives on volcanic slopes.


Hawk

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


Hermit Crab

Hermit crabs are crabs that lack a hard shell; they use a discarded shell for protection.


Heron

A large wading bird with distinctive plumage and a long, sharp bill.


Honey Bee

Honey bees are insects that live in a hive and make honey.


Horned Owl

A large bird of prey from North and South America.


Horseshoe Crab

The horseshoe crab is a hard-shelled animal that lives in warm coastal waters on the sea floor.


House Fly

The common house fly is a small, flying insect.


Hummingbird

Hummingbirds are tiny birds that eat flower nectar.


Hyracotherium

A tiny, extinct horse that lived 50 million years ago. Also called Eohippus.


Ichthyornis

An extinct bird from the time of the dinosaurs.


Ichthyosaurus

An extinct marine reptile from the time of the dinosaurs.


Iguana

Iguanas are plant-eating lizards.


Jack Rabbit

Jack rabbits are hares; they have very long legs and long ears.


Jaguar

The jaguar is a large, spotted wild cat from South and Central America.


Javelina

A pig-like mammal, also known as the collared peccary, from deserts and chaparrals of North and Central America.


Jay

Jays are beautiful, noisy birds.


Jumping Bean Moth

A brown moth that spends its larval stage inside a seed pod.

Junco

A small songbird from North America.


Kangaroo Rat

A small rodent from North America.


King Crab

Also known as the horseshoe crab, this invetebrate has a hard-shell and lives in warm coastal waters on the sea floor.


Kinkajou

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


Knobbed Whelk

The Knobbed Whelk is a marine invertebrate with a spiral shell.


Ladybug

Tiny flying insects that eat garden pests.

Lake Trout
Lake Trout are large, fast-swimming, fresh-water fish from North America.



Lambeosaurus

Lambeosaurus was a plant-eating dinosaur with a tall, hollow, bony crest on its head.


Leghorn

The Leghorn is a white domestic chicken. Leghorn hens lay white eggs.


Lemming

Lemmings are small, short-tailed rodents from North America and northern Eurasia.


Lightning Bug

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


Limpet

The limpet is a marine invertebrate (a gastropod) with a flattened, cone-shaped shell.


Lobster

A hard-shelled marine invertebrate with 10 jointed legs.


Luna Moth

A green moth with long hindwing tails and distinctive eyespots.


Lynx

A powerful wild cat from Eurasia and North America.


Macaw

Macaws are parrots from the Americas.


Maiasaura

A duck-billed, herding, plant-eating dinosaur that cared for its young.


Maiasaura

(Simple version)
A duck-billed, herding plant-eater that cared for its young.


Malamute

The Alaskan malamute is a powerful sled dog from Alaska.


Mallard Duck

The Mallard is a common wild duck that is the ancestor of most domestic ducks. Or go to a simple version of the duck printout (unlabeled diagram and no information).


Mammoth

Mammoths were extinct elephants that lived during the last Ice Ages.


Manatee

Manatees are gentle, slow-swimming, aquatic mammals.


Mantid

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


Marbled Murrelet

A small seabird from the Pacific Northwest of North America.


Massospondylus

An early plant-eating dinosaur with a long neck and long tail.


Mastodon

Mastodons were shaggy, tusked herbivores.
Western Meadowlark

Meadowlark, Western

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


Mink

Minks are small, short-legged members of the weasel family.


Mockingbird

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


Mockingbird Read-and-Answer Quiz

Read about the mockingbird, then take a quiz on it. Or go to the answers.


Mole

Moles are almost-blind, burrowing mammals.
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.


Moose

The moose is the largest member of the deer family.
Blue Morpho Butterfly

Morpho Butterfly

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


Mosquito

A small flying insect that is a carrier of disease.


Mountain Lion

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the puma, panther, catamount, and cougar.


Mouse

Mice are small rodents with long, scaly tails.


Musk Ox

Musk oxen are large, hairy mammals that live in the far north.


Muskrat

Muskrats are rodents that often build dome-shaped houses.


Mustang

Mustangs are wild horses from western North America.


Nene or Hawaiian Goose

An endangered goose that lives on volcanic slopes.


Newt

Newts are small, brightly-colored salamanders.


Nine-Banded Armadillo

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


North American Beaver

The North American Beaver is a large rodent that builds dams and dens.


North American Porcupine

The North American Porcupine is a mammals that has protective, needle-like quills on its body.


Northern Cardinal

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


Northern Elephant Seal

The Northern Elephant Seal is a huge seal that lives in the northern Pacific Ocean. (Family Phocidae, Subfamily Monachinae)


Northern Fur Seal

The Northern Fur Seal is a marine mammal that lives in the northern Pacific Ocean.


Northern Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific Northwest of North America.
Nutria

Nutria

Nutrias (also called coypus) are semi-aquatic rodents that are originally from South America.


Ocelot

Ocelots are wild cats from the Americas.


Opossum

Opossums are marsupial mammals. The only marsupial from North America is the Virginia opossum.


Orca Whale

A toothed whale that lives in small pods (groups).


Oregon Silverspot Butterfly

A brown and orange butterfly that lives in humid coastal salt-spray meadows and fields in the Pacific Northwest of the USA.

Oriole

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


Ornitholestes

A fast-moving, meat-eating Jurassic dinosaur with a small crest on its snout.


Ornithomimus

A fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur.


Otter, River

River otters are streamlined, aquatic mammals from North America.


Otter, Sea

Sea otters are streamlined, marine mammals with very dense, waterproof fur.


Pachycephalosaurus

A dome-headed, plant-eating dinosaur.


Pachycephalosaurus

(Simple version)
A dome-headed, plant-eating dinosaur.
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.


Paint Horse

Colorful, vividly-patterned American horses.
painted turtle

Painted Turtle

This common turtle lives in ponds, marshes and slow-running rivers in North America.


Panoplosaurus

A tank-like, spiked, plant-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.


Panther

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the puma, catamount, mountain lion, and cougar.


Pantropical Spotted Dolphin

The Pantropical Spotted Dolphin is a small, toothed whale from tropical waters worldwide.


Parasaurolophus

A long-crested plant-eating dinosaur.


Parasaurolophus

(Simple version)
A long-crested plant-eating dinosaur.


Peccary

A pig-like mammal from deserts and chaparrals of North and Central America.


Pekin Duck

The Pekin duck is a domesticated water birds that is often raised on farms. Or go to a simple version of the duck printout (unlabeled diagram and no information).


Pelican

The pelican is a fish-eating bird with a huge pouched bill.
Pentaceratops

Pentaceratops

A late Cretaceous plant-eating dinosaur with horns and a big frill.


Peregrine Falcon

The fastest flyers, who prey upon other birds.


Pigeon

This dove thrives in cities around the world.


Pika

The pika (or cony) is a small, furry mammal that stockpiles food for the winter.


Pine Snake

Also known as the bull snake and the gopher snake, this hissing constrictor lives in North America.

Pink Conch

Also known as the queen conch, a marine invertebrate with a large, beautiful shell.

Plain Xenops

The Plain Xenops is a rainforest bird from the Americas.


Polar Bear

Polar Bears are meat-eaters who live in the Arctic.


Pond Skater

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


Porcupine

Porcupines are mammals with protective, needle-like quills on their body.


Porpoise

A small, toothed whale, a marine mammal also called the dolphin.


Portuguese Man-of-War

The Portuguese man-of-war is a floating colony of animals that has very long, stinging tentacles. It lives in warm ocean waters.


Possum

Possums (or opossums) are marsupial mammals. The only marsupial from North America is the Virginia opossum.
Postosuchus

Postosuchus

Postosuchus is an extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.


Prairie Animals

Prairies are temperate grasslands in the interior of North America.


Prairie Chicken

Prairie Chickens are a type of grouse that live in North American grasslands.


Prairie Dog

The prairie dog is not a dog; it is a ground squirrel.


Praying Mantid

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


Pronghorn

Pronghorns are the fastest moving mammals in North America.


Pteranodon

Big, flying meat-eating reptile from the late Cretaceous period.


Puffin

Puffins are Arctic sea birds.


Puma

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the catamount, panther, mountain lion, and cougar.


Pupfish

A small fish from desert waters of southwestern North America.


Purple Sea Urchin

A spiny, globular animal that lives on the ocean floor off the western coast of North America.


Pyralis Firefly

The Pyralis firefly (also known as the lightning bug) is a luminescent flying insect, and very common in North America.


Python

Pythons are snakes that kill by constricting their prey.

Quail

A plump bird with a forward-facing head plume.

Queen Conch

A marine invertebrate with a large, beautiful shell.


Rabbit

A fast-moving mammal with long ears.


Raccoon

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


Rat

The rat is a rodent with a long tail and a pointed snout.


Rattlesnake

Rattlesnakes are poisonous snakes that have a rattle at the end of the tail.


Red Eft

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


Red-Eyed Tree Frog

A frog from rainforests of Central and South America.


Red Fox

The Red Fox is a meat-eating mammal with a long, bushy tail.


Red-Tailed Hawk

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


Red Wolf

Red wolves are endangered carnivores from the eastern USA.


Rhode Island Red

The Rhode Island Red is a farm chicken.


Ring-billed Gull

A water bird commonly known as the sea gull.


River Otter

River otters are streamlined, aquatic mammals from North America.


Roadrunner

Also known as the Ground Cuckoo, this bird is a fast runner that rarely flies.


Roadrunner Read-and-Answer Quiz

Read about the roadrunner, then take a quiz on it. Or go to the answers.


Robin

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


Rock Dove

Also known as the pigeon, this dove thrives in cities around the world.


Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Hummingbirds are tiny birds that eat flower nectar.


Saber-toothed Cat

Saber-toothed cats were fierce predators from the ice ages. They are extinct.


Salamander

Salamanders are amphibians that retain their tail as an adult.


Salmon

Salmon are fish that live in the sea and spawn in fresh water.


Sand Dollar

Sand Dollars are echinoderms, disk-shaped spiny-skinned sea bed animals that have 5-part radial symmetry.


Scarlet Macaw

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


Scorpion

A venomous arachnid with a large stinger on its tail.


Sea Anemone

A predatory animal that looks like a flower and lives on the ocean floor.


Sea Cow

Sea cow is another name for manatee. Sea cows are gentle, slow-swimming, aquatic mammals.


Sea Gull

Sea gull is the common name for the ring-billed gull.


Sea Lion

Sea lions are eared seals that live on coastlines.


Seals

Seals live in the ocean but breathe air. They are marine mammals.


Sea Otter

Sea otters are marine mammals with very dense, waterproof fur.


Sea Star

Sea stars, another name for starfish, are animals that live on the ocean floor.


Sea Urchin

A spiny, globular animal that lives on the ocean floor.


Sea Urchin, Purple

A spiny, globular animal that lives on the ocean floor.


Segisaurus

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


Seismosaurus

A huge, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.


Seismosaurus

Simple Version
A huge, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.


Short-tailed Weasel

Also known as stoat or ermine, this tiny, ferocious mammal lives in cold areas.


Shrew

Shrews are tiny mammals that are quite ferocious.


Shrimp

Shrimp are small, bottom-dwelling crustaceans with a translucent exoskeleton.


Skunk

Skunks are small mammals that can produce a terrible odor.


Smilodon

Smilodon was a saber-toothed cat, a fierce predator from the ice ages. It is extinct.


Snail

A soft-bodied animal with a hard, protective shell.


Snapping Turtle

A turtle with strong jaws and a long tail.


Snow Goose

Snow Geese are migratory birds from North America.


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.


Spectacled Caiman

The Spectacled Caiman is a common meat-eating reptile from fresh water habitats in South and Central America.


Sperm Whale

The largest toothed whale, over 50 feet long. It eats giant squid.


Spider

Spiders have eight legs.


Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific coast of North America.


Spring Peeper Frog

A very small treefrog that makes a peeping sound.


Squid

The squid is a fast-swimming invertebrate with ten arms.


Squirrel

Squirrels are rodents.


Starfish

Sea stars, another name for starfish, are animals that live on the ocean floor.


Stegoceras

A plant-eating dinosaur with a very thick skull.


Stegosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with rows of plates on its back and spikes on its tail.


Stegosaurus

(Simple version)
A plant-eating dinosaur with rows of plates on its back and spikes on its tail.
Stegosaurus Skeleton

Stegosaurus Skeleton

See the bones of this huge, plated plant-eating dinosaur.


Stoat

Also known as short-tailed weasel or ermine, this tiny, ferocious mammal lives in cold areas.
Stygimoloch

Stygimoloch

A plant-eating dinosaur with many horns and bumps on its skull.
Styracosaurus

Styracosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with many horns on its head.


Swan

Swans are long-necked water birds.


Thescelosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur whose 4-chambered, fossilized heart has been found.


Toad

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

Torosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a huge, bony frill.


Trachodon

A duck-billed dinosaur known from its fossilized teeth.

Tree Sparrow

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


Triceratops

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a frill on its head.


Triceratops, Simple version

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a frill on its head.


Triceratops Skeleton

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a frill on its head.


Trilobite

Trilobites are extinct marine arthropods that lived from about 540 to 245 million years ago.


Troödon

A fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.

Trout
Trout are torpedo-shaped game fish.



Trumpeter Swan

The Trumpeter is the largest swan.


Tundra Wolf

Also known as the Arctic wolf, this carnivore lives in Northern Canada.


Turkey

Turkeys are large birds that nest on the ground.


Turtles

Turtles are cold-blooded animals that have a protective shell.


Tyrannosaurus rex

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.


Tyrannosaurus rex (Simple version)

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.


Tyrannosaurus rex Skeleton

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.


Utahraptor

A fast, intelligent meat-eating dinosaur with huge, sickle-shaped claws.

Valley Quail

The Valley Quail (also known as the California Quail) is a plump bird with a forward-facing head plume.


Vampire Bat

Vampire bats are the only bats that drink blood.


Viceroy Butterfly

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


Vinegarroon

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


Virginia Opossum

The only marsupial from North America.


Vulture

The vulture is a large bird with a bald head. Vultures eat carrion.
Walrus

Walrus

The walrus is a large mammal that spends most of its life in icy seas.


Wasp

Wasps are insects with 2 pairs of wings and strong jaws. Many wasps sting.


Water Strider

A bug that walks on water.
Weasel

Weasel

A carnivorous mammal that has a long, slender body and short legs.
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.


Whelk

Whelks are marine invertebrates with a spiral shell.


Whip scorpion

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


White Dove

The White dove is a pigeon.


White-Tailed Deer

The White-Tailed Deer is a shy, fast-moving plant-eater.


Wolf

Wolves are carnivores that live in packs and howl.

Wolverine

The Wolverine is a large, ferocious weasel that lives in cold areas.

Woodchuck

The Woodchuck is a rodent that is also called the groundhog.


Woodland Caribou

A rare caribou from Canada that eats lichens.


Woodpecker

A bird that nests in tree cavities.


Woolly Bear Caterpillar

Woolly Bear Caterpillars grow up to be tiger moths.


Woolly Mammoth

The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct elephant from the Ice Ages.


Worm

Worms are little animals with a long, soft body and no legs. Earthworms are worms that benefit the soil.


Yellow Jacket

A yellow jacket is a type of social wasp, a flying, stinging insect.


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.
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