List of Mammals
List of Mammals: – In this section we will read about List of Mammals in English and what are the examples of this in English, we will read in detail about all these.
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Learn these mammals pictures with names to enhance your vocabulary words about animals in English. You may have many reasons why you need to learn the names of mammals in the English language, perhaps you work with animals or maybe you are simply interested in them.
A mammal is a type of animal which gives birth to live young, and more often than not, lives on land.
List of mammals in the world:-
There are some mammals that live in water such as dolphins and whales. There are many mammal names to learn when speaking English and this section has been designed to help you to commit them to memory for use in your English conversations.
Mammals are one of the 6 main classes of animals. Females of all mammal species nurse their young with milk, secreted from the mammary glands.
Mammal Names in English:-
List of Mammals:-
A list of mammals:-
List of mammals illustrated with interesting images and example sentences.
No.-1. Squirrel: -Squirrels move quickly.
No.-2. Dog: -I love dogs.
No.-3. Pig: -Tom fed the pigs.
No.-4. Lion: -Have you ever seen a lion?
No.-5. Mouse: -The cat caught a mouse.
No.-6. Monkey: -We saw the monkey at the zoo.
No.-7. Elephant: -Elephants have long trunks.
No.-8. Fox: -The tail of a fox is longer than that of a rabbit.
No.-9. Panda: -Pandas are cute.
No.-10. Kangaroo: -Kangaroos have a strange method of carrying their young.
No.-11. Cow: -He has ten cows.
No.-12. Leopard: A leopard can’t change his spots.
No.-13. Coyote: -Wildlife includes everything from lizards and rabbits to coyotes and bear.
No.-14. Hedgehog: -The hedgehog is a small animal.
No.-15. Chimpanzee: -Chimpanzees have been known to maul their owners.
No.-16. Walrus: He seemed hardly to notice the big walrus.
List of mammals animals
No.-17. Goat: -I love goat cheese.
No.-18. Koala: The koala is unique to Australia.
No.-19. Hippopotamus: -The children enjoyed watching the hippopotamus wallowing in the mud.
No.-20. Sheep: -I saw a flock of sheep.
No.-21. Raccoon: -Have you ever seen a raccoon before?
No.-22. Ox: The black ox has trod on her foot.
No.-23. Otter: -Sea otters love to eat clams while swimming on their backs.
No.-24. Horse: He fell off the horse.
No.-25. Mole: -The mole has a relatively short breeding season, in the spring.
No.-26. Giraffe: –Giraffes have very long necks.
No.-27. Deer: Stop! There’s a deer on the road.
List of Mammal Animal Group Names: –
No.-1. An aurora/A pack of polar bears
No.-2. An array/A prickle of hedgehogs
No.-3. An ambush/A streak of tigers
No.-4. A troop/A mission/A tribe/A cartload/A wilderness of monkeys
No.-5. A trip/A flock/A herd/A trip/A tribe of goats
No.-6. A stable/A herd/A string/A stud/A team/A drove of horses
No.-7. A sounder of (wild) pigs
No.-8. A skulk/An earth/A lead/A leash/A troop of foxes
No.-9. A school/A float/A gam/A herd/A mob/A pod/A run/A shoal of whales
list of mammals that lay eggs
No.-10. A pride/A flock/A sault/A troop of lions
No.-11. A pod/A flock/A school/A team of dolphins
No.-12. A pack/A kennel of dogs
No.-13. A pack/A band/A rout of coyotes
No.-14. A nursery/A gaze of raccoons
No.-15. A mob/A troop of kangaroos
No.-16. A mischief/A horde/A nest/A trip of mice
No.-17. A leap of leopards
No.-18. A labor/A company/A movement of moles
No.-19. A kindle/A litter of kittens
No.-20. A journey/A group/A herd/A tower of giraffes
No.-21. A horde of hamsters
No.-22. A herd/A parade of elephants
No.-23. A herd/A drove of donkeys
No.-24. A herd/A drift/A drove/A mob of cattle
No.-25. A group of guinea pigs
No.-26. A grind of bottle-nosed whales
No.-27. A glaring/A cluster/A clutter of cats
No.-28. A gang/A herd of elks
list of mammals with pictures
No.-29. A gang/A herb/An obstinacy of buffalos
No.-30. A flock/A caravan/A herd/A train of camels
No.-31. A family/A bevy/A raft/A romp of otters
No.-32. A fall of lambs
No.-33. A drove/A drift/A flock/A herd of pigs
No.-34. A dray/A colony of squirrels
No.-35. A destruction of (wild) cats
No.-36. A colony/A horde/A mischief/A swarm of rats
No.-37. A colony/A harem of seals
No.-38. A colony/A family/A lodge of beavers
No.-39. A colony/A bury of rabbits
No.-40. A cohort/A herd/A zeal of zebras
No.-41. A bloat/A crash/A herd/A pod/A school/A thunder of hippopotami
No.-42. A band/A whoop of gorillas