All Animals A-Z List

Updated: January 16, 2022
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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.


Scroll down the page to see a complete list of every animal on A-Z Animals!


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

Animals that start with B

Animals that start with C

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 Desert Wolf
Desert Wolf

These tiny wolves prefer to cohabitate in pairs or groups of three (generally two males and a female).

A Kelp Greenling
Kelp Greenling

Male Kelp Greenlings participate in an unusual mating ritual by fertilizing eggs in the nests of other males.

A Teacup Miniature Horse
Teacup Miniature Horse

Female teacup minis become sexually mature between 2 and 5 years old, but breeders typically wait until their horse is 3 before letting her reproduce to prevent complications.

A Kudzu Bug
Kudzu Bug

Kudzu bugs don't bite humans, but they secrete a substance that can irritate people's skin. That irritation is often confused for a bite.

A Rainbow Kribs (Kribensis)
Rainbow Kribs (Kribensis)

Rainbow Kribs sometimes nip the fins of other fish, especially ones with long, flowing tails, which is too tempting for them not to bite.

Our Most Recently Updated Animals

A Desert Wolf
Desert Wolf

These tiny wolves prefer to cohabitate in pairs or groups of three (generally two males and a female).

A Kelp Greenling
Kelp Greenling

Male Kelp Greenlings participate in an unusual mating ritual by fertilizing eggs in the nests of other males.

A Teacup Miniature Horse
Teacup Miniature Horse

Female teacup minis become sexually mature between 2 and 5 years old, but breeders typically wait until their horse is 3 before letting her reproduce to prevent complications.

A Kudzu Bug
Kudzu Bug

Kudzu bugs don't bite humans, but they secrete a substance that can irritate people's skin. That irritation is often confused for a bite.

A Rainbow Kribs (Kribensis)
Rainbow Kribs (Kribensis)

Rainbow Kribs sometimes nip the fins of other fish, especially ones with long, flowing tails, which is too tempting for them not to bite.

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