Mammals that Start with E
Published: April 23, 2021
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Mammals that Start with the Letter E
Digs funnel-shaped holes in search of insects
The name chipmunk is derived from an Ojibwe word that means “one who descends the trees headfirst.”
The largest primate in the world!
Less than 5,000 in the wild!
Also known as the Spiny Anteater!
An ancient breed of domestic cat!
Both females and males have horns.
Elasmotherium might have had a monstrous horn, giving it the name "The Siberian Unicorn."
Spends around 22 hours a day eating!
The largest species of seal in the world!
Found exclusively on the African continent!
Adult males can jump eight feet vertically
Has an elegant white moustache!
Pet angora rabbits are sometimes mistaken for fluffy dogs.
Bulldogs were originally bred to “pin” bulls.
Intelligent yet stubborn by nature!
Although their coats can get incredibly light in color, golden retrievers never have purely white coats.
English Foxhounds were bred to work and live in a pack. Because of this, this breed is happiest when they are around other dogs.
English Setters were first bred between 400 and 500 years ago.
Highly intelligent and independent!
Friendly and eager to please!
Native to parts of the Swiss Alps!
Hard-working, gentle and affectionate!
A very bold and ferocious predator!
Takes pure delight in cold weather!
Eskipoos are called pookimos by the American Canine Hybrid Club, Designer Dogs Kennel Club, and Designer Breed Registry.
Very protective and stubborn!
Eats 20% of its weight daily!
Eurasian lynxes can survive extreme weather up to elevations of 18,000 feet
Coloring depends on location.
Its fur changes color in the winter!
A group of wild cats is called a destruction
The evening bat is one of the few bats that regularly has twins
Alphabetical List of Mammals that Start with E
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