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AARDVARK

Aardvarks are large mammals that eat ants.


AFRICAN ELEPHANT

The African Elephant is the largest land animal.


AFRICAN WILD CAT

African Wild Cats are fierce, solitary cats that are fast hunters.


AGOUTI

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


ANTEATER

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


ANTELOPE

Antelopes have beautiful horns.


ARCTIC FOX

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


ARCTIC WOLF

Arctic wolves are meat-eaters that live in Northern Canada.


ARMADILLO

An armadillo is a small, burrowing, armored mammal.

ARSINOITHERIUM

Arsinoitherium was an early, horned mammal that lived during the early Oligocene (about 38 to 23 million years ago).


AYE-AYE

A strange, nocturnal primate from Madagascar.


BABOON

The baboon is a large monkey with a long snout and large cheek pouches.


BACTRIAN CAMEL

A two-humped camel from deserts and steppes of Asia.


BADGER

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

BALUCHITHERIUM

Baluchitherium (aka Indricotherium) was a large, extinct, hornless rhinoceros. It was one of the largest land mammals.


BAT

A bat is a flying mammal.


BEAR

A bear is a big, furry mammal.


BEAVER

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


BELUGA WHALE

The beluga is a small, white, toothed whale that lives mostly in cold, arctic waters.


Bighorn Sheep Printout

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


BILBY

The bilby (also known as the rabbit-eared bandicoot) is a small marsupial with long ears.


BINTURONG

A dark, furry mammal from southeast Asia.


BISON

The Bison (also called the American Buffalo) is the heaviest land animal in North America.


BLACK BEAR

The Black Bear is a big bear that can be black or brown colored.


BLUE WHALE

The blue whale is the biggest animal that ever lived. This huge mammal eats tiny food that it sieves through baleen.


BOBCAT

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


BONGO

The bongo is a large, striped antelope from African forests.


BOWHEAD WHALE

The bowhead whale is a large whale which eats tiny food that it sieves through baleen.

BROWN BEAR

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


CALIFORNIA SEA LION

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


CAMEL

Camels are large mammals that live in dry areas.


CAPE BUFFALO

Cape Buffalo are large, hoofed mammals that live in African savannas.

CAPYBARA

The capybara is the biggest rodent in the world.


CARIBOU

Caribou live in Arctic regions.


CAT

Cats are animals and are great pets.


CATS

Cats are fast-moving, carnivorous mammals.


CHEETAH

The cheetah is the fastest land animal.


CHIMPANZEE

Chimpanzees are very intelligent apes and are closely related to people.

CHINCHILLA

Chinchillas are soft rodents that live high in the Andes Mountains of South America.

CHIPMUNK

Chipmunks are rodents that live in North America and Asia.


COATI

(pronounced ko-WAH-ti) Coati (also called coatimundi) are long-nosed, long-tailed mammals from the Americas.


COLLARED PECCARY

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


COW

The milk we drink comes from cows.

COYOTE

Coyotes are meat-eaters related to wolves.


DEER

Deer are shy, fast-moving plant-eaters.


DHOLE

The dhole is a wild dog from Asia.


DINGO

The dingo is a wild dog from Australia.


DOEDICURUS

Doedicurus (family glyptodontidae) was an ancient armadillo with a tail mace. It lived during the Ice Ages.


DOG

Wild dogs are meat-eaters that have been domesticated by people from wolves.


DOGS

Dogs are meat-eating mammals.


DOLPHIN

A dolphin is a marine mammal with a long nose and teeth. It is a carnivore.


DONKEY

Donkeys are hoofed mammals adapted to desert life.


DROMEDARY

The dromedary is the Arabian or one-humped camel.


DUCK-BILLED PLATYPUS

The Duck-billed Platypus is a primitive mammal (a monotreme) that lays eggs.


DUGONG

Dugongs are gentle, slow-swimming, aquatic mammals.


ECHIDNA

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


ELEPHANT

The elephant is a big, gray animal with a trunk.


ELEPHANT SEAL, NORTHERN

The Northern Elephant Seal is a huge seal that lives in the northern Pacific Ocean.


ELK

Elk have beautiful antlers.


EOHIPPUS

Eohippus was a tiny horse that lived 50 million years ago.


ERMINE

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


FENNEC FOX

The Fennec fox is a small, desert fox with very large ears; it lives in the Sahara and in northern Saudi Arabia.


FERRET

Ferrets are a type of weasel.


FIN WHALE

A huge baleen whale that is the second-largest animal on Earth.


FLYING SQUIRREL

Flying squirrels glide from trees, using a loose flap of skin between their legs and arms.


FOSSA

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


FOX

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


FRUIT BAT

Fruit bats are large bats that eat fruits and flowers.


GAZELLE

Gazelles live in herds in Africa.


GERBIL

Gerbils are small rodents that some people keep as pets.

GIRAFFE

The giraffe is the tallest land animal.


GLYPTODON

Glyptodon was a car-sized armadillo that lived during the Ice Ages.


GNU

The gnu is a fast-running, herding, grass-eater from eastern Africa. It is also known as the wildebeest.


GOAT

Goats are sure-footed, hoofed mammals.


GORILLA

Gorillas are from Africa and are in danger of extinction.

GRAY WHALE

The gray whale is a baleen whale that eats tiny organisms from the mud on the bottom on the ocean.

GRIZZLY BEAR

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

GROUNDHOG

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

GUINEA PIG

The Guinea pig is a small, tailless rodent that is sometimes kept as a pet.


HAMSTER

A hamster is a small rodent that some people keep as pets.


HARP SEAL

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


HEDGEHOG

A hedgehog is a small mammal with a spiny coat.


HIPPOPOTAMUS

The hippopotamus is a large mammal that stays in the water a lot.


HORSE

Horses are very fast runners. Primitive horses were very small.


HOWLER MONKEY

The loudest monkey!

HUMAN BEING

A human being is a mammal.


HUMPBACK WHALE

Humpbacks are very acrobatic whales that sing beautiful, complex songs.


HYENA

A meat-eating mammal that hunts and scavenges prey.


HYRACOTHERIUM

Eohippus/Hyracotherium was a tiny horse that lived 50 million years ago.


IMPALA

A high-jumping, lightly-built antelope from southern Africa.

INDRICOTHERIUM

Indricotherium (aka Baluchitherium) was a large, extinct, hornless rhinoceros. It was one of the largest land mammals.


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 chaparrels of North and Central America.


Jerboa

The jerboa is a small, long-tailed rodent that hops.


KANGAROO

Kangaroos are marsupials. Their babies are called joeys.


KANGAROO RAT

The kangaroo rat is a small rodent from North America.


KINKAJOU

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


KOALA

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


LEMMING

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


LEOPARD

Leopards are widely-distributed, spotted wild cats.


LION

A group of lions is called a pride.


LLAMA

Llamas are domesticated animals that are related to camels.


LORIS

Large-eyed primates from Southeast Asia.


LYNX

A powerful wild cat from Europe, Eurasia, and North America.


MACRAUCHENIA

Macrauchenia was a camel-like mammal from the Pleistocene period - it is extinct.


MAMMOTH

Mammoth were a large elephant-like animals that lived during the ice ages.


MANATEE

Manatees are gentle, slow-swimming, aquatic mammals.


MANDRILL

Mandrills are large, brightly-colored Old World monkeys.
Walrus

MARINE MAMMALS

Mammals that spend most of their lives in the seas.


MARSUPIALS

Marsupials are mammals whose young are born very immature. Most female marsupials have pouches.


MEERKAT

Meerkats (also called suricates)are a type of cat that can stand upright.


MINK

Minks are small, short-legged members of the weasel family that live in wet environments.


MOLE

Moles are almost-blind, burrowing mammals.


MONGOOSE

Mongooses are sleek, meat-eating mammals.


MONKEY

Monkeys are furry mammals with long, strong tails.


MONOTREMES

Monotremes are primitive, egg-laying mammals. Spiny anteaters and the duck-billed platypus are monotremes.


MOOSE

A moose is a large type of deer from the USA and Canada.


MORGANUCODON

An early mammal from about 200 million years ago.


MOUSE

Mice are cute, small rodents with long 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.


MUSTELIDS

The weasel family (family Mustelidae) consists of carnivorous mammals including the weasel, badgers, ferrets, fishers, otters, and others.
Nabarlek

NABARLEK

The nabarlek is a small wallaby from northern Australia.


NAKED MOLE-RAT

Naked mole-rats are small, almost hairless rodents who live in underground colonies in Africa.


NARWHAL

The narwhal is an Arctic whale; the male has one huge tooth.


NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL

The Northern Elephant Seal is a huge seal that lives in the northern Pacific Ocean.


NORTHERN FUR SEAL

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


NUMBAT

The numbat is a pouchless marsupial from Australia.


OCELOT

Ocelots are wild cats from the Americas.
okapi

OKAPI

The Okapi is a nocturnal, giraffe-like mammal from African rainforests.


OPOSSUM

The Virginia opossum is the only marsupial in North America. Over 64 species of opossum are found in South America.


ORANGUTAN

Orangutans are large, tree-dwelling apes.


ORCA

Orcas are killer whales. An orca eats hundreds of pounds of fish (including sharks) and marine mammals every day.
oryx

ORYX

Oryx are long-horned antelopes from dry areas in Africa and Asia.


OTTER

An otter is a playful aquatic mammal.


PANDA

Pandas are black and white bears from China.


PANGOLIN

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

PANTROPICAL SPOTTED DOLPHIN

Also known as the Spotted, White-Spotted, or Brindled Dolphin, this small, toothed whale lives in tropical waters worldwide.


PIG

Pigs, also known as swine, are omnivores with a flattened snout.


PIKA

Pikas are small, furry mammals who stockpile food for winter.


POLAR BEAR

Polar bears are large carnivores that live in the far north.


PORCUPINE

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


PRAIRIE DOG

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


PRIMATES

The primates are an order of intelligent mammals. They have good eyesight, and many are arboreal.


PRONGHORN

Pronghorns are the fastest moving mammals in North America.


QUAGGA

The Quagga is a recently-extinct relative of the zebra.


QUOKKA

The Quokka is a marsupial from Australia, a type of wallaby.


QUOLL

The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the islands of Tasmania and Australia.


RABBIT

A rabbit is a small, hopping mammal with big ears.


RACCOON

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


RAT

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


RED PANDA

Red Pandas are bear-like mammals from mountains in Asia.


RED WOLF

Red wolves are endangered carnivores from the eastern USA.


REINDEER

Reindeer live in the far north.


RHINOCEROS

A rhinoceros is a huge animal from Africa that has one or two horn-like spikes on its head.


RIGHT WHALE

Baleen whales with a huge head and an arched mouth.


RING-TAILED LEMUR

A large-eyed primate from Madagascar.


RINGTAIL POSSUM

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


RIVER OTTER

River otters are streamlined, aquatic mammals from North America.


RODENTS

Rodents are relatively small, prolific mammals whose front two top teeth continually grow.


SEAL

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


SEA OTTER

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


SHEEP

Sheep are farm animals that are raised for wool and meat.


SHREW

Shrews are perhaps the tiniest mammals. They are quite ferocious.


SKUNK

Skunks are small mammals that can produce a terrible odor.


SLOTH

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


SMILODON

Smilodon was the largest saber-toothed cat. It was a meat eater that lived during the last ice age and is now extinct.


SNOW LEOPARD

Snow Leopards are rare, pale leopards from the snowy central mountains of Asia.


SPECTACLED PORPOISE

A porpoise (a small toothed whale) from the Southern Hemisphere.


SQUIRREL

Squirrels are rodents.


SUGAR GLIDER

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


TAPIR

A plant-eating, hoofed mammal with a small trunk.


TARSIER

Tarsiers are small mammals with enormous eyes.
Tasmanian Devil

TASMANIAN DEVIL

Tasmanian Devils are nocturnal, meat-eating marsupials from Tasmania, an island off mainland Australia.
Tasmanian Tiger

TASMANIAN TIGER

The Tasmanian Tiger was a large, meat-eating marsupial from Tasmania, mainland Australia, and New Guinea. It is probably extinct.


THREE-TOED SLOTH

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


TIGER

Tigers are large, fierce cats that have stripes.


VAMPIRE BAT

The vampire bat is the only bat that eats blood.
Nabarlek

WALLABY

Wallabies are small to medium-sized kangaroos.


WALRUS

A walrus is a northern marine mammal with ivory tusks.
Warthog

WARTHOG

The warthog is a wild pig from Africa.


WEASEL

Weasels are small, furry mammals with short legs.
Weddell seal

WEDDELL SEAL

The Weddell seal is a large, nocturnal pinniped from Antarctica.


WHALE

Whales are large marine mammals. Whales breathe air.


WILDEBEEST

The wildebeest is a fast-running, herding, grass-eater from eastern Africa. It is also known as the gnu.


WOODLAND CARIBOU

A rare caribou from Canada that eats lichens.


WOLF

The wolf is a meat-eating mammal.

WOLVERINE

The Wolverine is a ferocious type of weasel that lives in cold areas.


WOMBAT

A wombat is an Australian marsupial mammal.

WOODCHUCK

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


WOOLLY MAMMOTH

The woolly mammoth is a large elephant-like animal that lived during the ice ages.


WOOLLY RHINOCEROS

The Woolly Rhino is an extinct rhinoceros from the Ice Ages.


YAK

Yaks are large, strong, plant-eating mammals.


ZEBRA

Zebras have black and white stripes.

ZORILLA

The Zorilla is a skunk-like mammal that lives in Africa.

ZORRO

The zorro is a dog-like fox from South America.


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