Learning Wild Animal Names in English.
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- 1 List of Wild Animals
- 1.1 Monkey
- 1.2 Panda
- 1.3 Shark
- 1.4 Zebra
- 1.5 Gorilla
- 1.6 Walrus
- 1.7 Leopard
- 1.8 Wolf
- 1.9 Antelope
- 1.10 Bald eagle
- 1.11 Jellyfish
- 1.12 Crab
- 1.13 Giraffe
- 1.14 Woodpecker
- 1.15 Camel
- 1.16 Starfish
- 1.17 Koala
- 1.18 Alligator
- 1.19 Owl
- 1.20 Tiger
- 1.21 Bear
- 1.22 Blue whale
- 1.23 Coyote
- 1.24 Chimpanzee
- 1.25 Raccoon
- 1.26 Lion
- 1.27 Arctic wolf
- 1.28 Crocodile
- 1.29 Dolphin
- 1.30 Elephant
- 1.31 Squirrel
- 1.32 Snake
- 1.33 Kangaroo
- 1.34 Hippopotamus
- 1.35 Elk
- 1.36 Rabbit
- 1.37 Fox
- 1.38 Gorilla
- 1.39 Bat
- 1.40 Hare
- 1.41 Toad
- 1.42 Frog
- 1.43 Deer
- 1.44 Rat
- 1.45 Badger
- 1.46 Lizard
- 1.47 Mole
- 1.48 Hedgehog
- 1.49 Otter
- 1.50 Reindeer
- 2 Wild Animals Vocabulary | Images
- 3 Wild Animals Vocabulary | English for Kids
List of Wild Animals
The monkey is in the cage.
Pandas are very clever.
Sharks eat fish.
Zebras and giraffes are found at a zoo.
Most people think that gorillas are stupid. Is that true?
The walrus snorted suddenly and loudly.
Tom ran as fast as a leopard.
Wolves don’t usually attack people.
Antelope live in Africa and Asia.
The bald eagle is a noble bird, both beautiful and majestic.
These creatures evolved from simpler organisms like jellyfish.
A crab nipped my toe while I was paddling.
A giraffe extends its neck to get food.
How can I stop woodpeckers from making holes in my house?
Camels have three eyelids.
If a starfish loses a leg, it grows back.
The koala is listed among Australia’s endangered animals.
The shoes are made of alligator skin.
Owls hunt at night.
Lions and tigers are called big cats.
How long does a bear sleep?
Have you ever seen a blue whale?
Coyote tracks are similar to dog tracks.
The chimpanzee is an endangered species.
A raccoon came to the river and found a fish to eat.
The lion struggled to get out of his cage.
Have you ever seen an arctic wolf?
Crocodiles have sharp teeth.
Dolphins are very intelligent animals.
Elephants usually only sleep two or three hours a day.
Squirrels eat seeds and nuts, as well as insects and mushrooms.
Some snakes are poisonous.
A female kangaroo carries its young in the pouch.
The children enjoyed watching the hippopotamus wallowing in the mud.
I will try to smell like an elk.
Carrots are good for the eyes. Have you ever seen a rabbit with glasses on?
Foxes are wild animals.
The dominant male gorilla is the largest in the group.
A bat is not a bird, but a mammal.
It is not easy to catch a hare with your bare hands.
The toad has changed its colour to blend in with its new environment.
The frog plopped into the pond.
The deer population has increased substantially in recent years.
A rat squeaked and ran into the bushes.
Watching a badger move bedding can be very amusing.
A lizard can regenerate its tail.
The mole burrowed in the ground.
Hedgehogs are cute.
Since 1977 otter hunting has been illegal.
I hope to see reindeer on my trip to Sweden.