Mammals that Start with T
Published: April 23, 2021
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Mammals that Start with the Letter T
Taco terriers are known by a variety of names, including the Chitoxy Toy and the Chiwoxy.
The takin can leap some 6 feet through the air
Inhabits an isolated mountain range in northwestern Sumatra!
Most closely related to horses and rhinos!
Each eye weighs more than their whole brain!
Exclusively found on the island of Tasmania!
The Tasmanian tiger could open its mouth almost 90 degrees.
The oldest recorded teddy bear hamster was six and a half.
Often just called 'Teddies' by owners
There's a national celebration of Tennessee Walkers each year
These terriers have quick minds and fast feet making them excellent for agility competitions.
Terriers were once the greatest dogs in the world.
Though they are loyal to their family, these dogs can be shy around strangers.
In their native Thailand, Thai Ridgebacks were used to hunt cobras.
Tibetan foxes are not territorial and will share a hunting ground with other mated pairs.
Originally bred in the Himalayan mountains!
Originally bred to be a companion dog in Tibetan Buddhist lamaseries.
Tibetan terriers have round, flat, “snow shoe” feet that evolved to give them traction on snowy Himalayan paths
Eye color intensifies with age!
The largest feline in the world!
The Torkie has a soft silky coat
Hunters still use the toy fox to go into a fox's den and flush the animal out.
The word poodle is derived from German, and it means to splash or puddle.
The Transylvanian Hound is also known as the Erdelyi Kopo in Hungarian
It’s the only macropod that lives in trees.
Coarse baying cries during the hunt changes at the tree
The breed has several distinctive vocalizations, such as a long, yodeling call when he is on the hunt, and a short repeating bark once he trees his prey. Whining is normal as he anticipates the hunt.
Only found on a few of New Zealand's islands!
A breed that originated in central Turkey!
Alphabetical List of Mammals that Start with T
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