All Animals A-Z List

Below you’ll discover the complete list of animal names our researchers have written about so far. With thousands more domesticated and wild animal lists planned, our goal is to become the most comprehensive and thoroughly researched animal resource on the planet.


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All Animal Names A-Z

You will find all of our animals below. From Aardvark to Zorse we are building the most comprehensive body of animal names on the web!

Animals that start with A

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Animals that start with D

Animals that start with E

Animals that start with F

Animals that start with G

Animals that start with H

Animals that start with I

Animals that start with J

Animals that start with K

Animals that start with L

Animals that start with M

Animals that start with N

Animals that start with O

Animals that start with P

Animals that start with Q

Animals that start with R

Animals that start with S

Animals that start with T

Animals that start with U

Animals that start with V

Animals that start with W

Animals that start with X

Animals that start with Y

Animals that start with Z

Our Newest Animals

A Tentacled Snake
Tentacled Snake

Their tentacles have nerves that attach directly into the area of the brain that processes visual information.

A Emerald Tree Boa
Emerald Tree Boa

Their teeth are as long as a fully-grown reticulated python

A Eastern Hognose Snake
Eastern Hognose Snake

Eastern hognose snakes are venomous, but only to frogs and toads.

A Bismarck Ringed Python
Bismarck Ringed Python

When these snakes are babies, they look like Halloween snakes with their bright orange and black bands.

A Northern Flicker
Northern Flicker

Northern Flickers often make their homes in dead trees.

A Spiny bush viper
Spiny bush viper

These shaggy snakes are only 2 feet long and mostly arboreal.

Our Most Recently Updated Animals

A Weasel
Weasel

The smallest carnivorous mammal in the world!

A Mountain Gorilla
Mountain Gorilla

Isolated populations found in the mountains!

A Eastern Bluebird
Eastern Bluebird

Bluebirds drop straight down on their prey from their perch, much like leopards.

A Kangal
Kangal

Can run up to 35 miles per hour (56km).

A German Shepherd Guide
German Shepherd Guide

Highly active and fearless dogs!

A Amazon River Dolphin (Pink Dolphin)
Amazon River Dolphin (Pink Dolphin)

Also known as the 'Pink Dolphin'

All Animals A-Z List FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) 

What are your most popular animals?

Currently our most popular animals are the Lion, Panther, and Millipede!