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Saber-toothed Cat

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


Saint Bernard

A large, muscular, heroic dog originally from Switzerland.


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.


Saltasaurus

A large, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur with armor on its back. It lived during the late Cretaceous period.


Saltopus

A small, fast, early meat-eating dinosaur.


Sand Dollar

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


Saurolophus

Saurolophus was a duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur.


Sauropelta

Sauropelta was an armored, plant-eating dinosaur.


Saurornithoides

Saurornithoides was a small, fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur.

Savanna

A savanna is a hot, seasonally dry grassland with scattered trees.


Scallop

Scallops are bivalves, shelled animals that live on the ocean floor.


Scarlet Macaw

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


Scorpion

A venomous arachnid with a large stinger on its tail.


Scottish Terrier (Scotty)

The Scottish Terrier (also known as the Scotty and Aberdeen Terrier) is a small, independent-minded dog that was originally bred in Great Britain to hunt foxes and badgers.


Sea Anemone

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


Sea Animals

The seas and oceans of the world are teeming with life.


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 Horse

The sea horse is a very strange fish that lives in warm water.


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 Turtle

Sea turtles are large marine turtles.


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.


Segnosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur from Mongolia.


Seismosaurus

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


Sei Whale

A baleen whale found almost worldwide. It is also called the Sardine whale, the Pollack whale, the Coalfish whale, the Japan Finner, and Rudolphi's Rorqual.


Sharks

Sharks are a type of fish that have no bones, only cartilage.
Atlantic Sharpnose shark
Sharpnose Shark

The Atlantic Sharpnose Shark is a harmless requiem shark with black-edged dorsal and caudal fins (which fade with age), and furrowed corners of the mouth.


Sheep

Sheep are mammals with thick, furry fur and hoofed feet.


Sheepdog, Old English

The Old English Sheepdog is an affectionate, long-haired dog that was originally bred in Great Britain.


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.


Siberian Husky

A hard-working, fast-running sled dog that was originally from Siberia.


Siberian Tiger

The largest member of the cat family, also known as the Amur tiger.
Silkworm

Silkworm

The silkworm moth is an insect (not a worm) that produces a silken cocoon. This cocoon is harvested to make silk thread.


Skeleton - Labeled, Human

Human adults have 206 bones in their body.


Skink

Skinks are lizards that have a long body and short limbs.


Skunk

Skunks are small mammals that can produce a terrible odor.


Slender Loris

A large-eyed primate from Southeast Asia.


Sloth

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

Small-Eared Zorro

The small-eared zorro is a dog-like fox from South American rainforests.


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.


Snakes

Snakes are reptiles that have a long, narrow body and no legs.


Snapping Turtle

A turtle with strong jaws and a long tail.


Snow Goose

Snow Geese are migratory birds from North America.


Snow Leopard

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


Snowy Owl

A white owl that lives in the North American tundra.


Southern Bluefin Tuna

A large, bony fish in danger of extinction from over-fishing.


Southern Right Whale

Baleen whales with a huge head and an arched mouth.

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.


Spectacled Porpoise

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


Sperm Whale

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


Spider

Spiders have eight legs.


Spinosaurus

A huge meat-eating dinosaur with a sail-back fin.


Spiny Anteater

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


Spotted Hyena

A meat-eating mammal that hunts and scavenges prey.


Spotted Dolphin

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


Spotted Owl

A nocturnal hunter from the Pacific coast of North America.


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.


St. Bernard

A large, muscular, heroic dog originally from Switzerland.


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 Skeleton

Stegosaurus Skeleton

See the bones of this huge, plated plant-eater.


Stick Insect

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


Stingray

Stingrays are flat fish with a stinger and no bones (only cartilage).


Stoat

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


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.
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.


Sugar Glider

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


Sun Fish

A large fish with an almost circular, flattened body.
Supersaurus

Supersaurus

The longest dinosaur ever found; a long-necked plant-eater.


Suricate

Suricates (also known as meerkats) are a type of mongoose that can stand upright.
tiger swallowtail

Swallowtail Butterfly, Tiger

The Tiger Swallowtail butterfly is a strong flier with distinctive yellow and black markings (females are sometimes brown and black).


Swamp Animal Printouts

Swamps are warm, wet, forested areas that are teeming with both animal and plant life.


Swan

Swans are long-necked water birds.


Swordfish

The swordfish is a large fish with a long, sharp bill.
Syntarsus

Syntarsus

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