Wild Animals! In this lesson, you will learn a list of common wild animal names in English with ESL pictures and example sentences to help you expand your vocabulary.
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List of Common Wild Animals
- Arctic wolf
- Bald eagle
- Red panda
Wild Animals Names with Examples
Learn names of wild animals with example sentences in English.
The antelope could not escape the crocodile’s gaping jaws.
- Arctic wolf
He would insist to his dying day that an arctic wolf had savaged him.
Fox, badger, weasel and stoat are regularly seen here.
The bat is flying with swiftness.
The hunter leveled his gun at the bear.
Some types of camel have two humps and others have one.
The chimpanzee is an endangered species.
He just crouches on the corner at lunchtime and occasionally bays, like a wolf or coyote.
The deer never became tame; they would run away if you approached them.
The elephant is the largest living land animal.
In the animal world, similar diseases occur in mink, mule deer, and elk.
The fox changes his skin but not his habit.
The giraffe eats tender leaf from the tree highly.
The gorilla had a massive forehead.
We saw a hare jumping into our garden and ran it off.
A hedgehog tries to climb up the net and when it hears you approach it promptly rolls up into a ball.
Why hippopotamus and giraffe can also get married?
The kangaroo has a fast turn of speed.
Why is koala bear so popular with zoo goers?
The leopard cannot change its spots.
The lion stalked its prey through the long grass.
A lizard without its tail is at a considerable disadvantage.
What’s the difference between an ape and a monkey?
The sea otter can retract the claws on its front feet.
The owl is a predatory bird which kills its prey with its claws.
The panda is now a rare animal.
Suddenly a rabbit ran in front of us,and the dog made after it.
Have you ever seen a raccoon before?
A brown rat scurried across the road.
The herd of reindeer was being trailed by a pack of wolves.
The squirrel disappeared into a hollow at the base of the tree.
The tiger is a common representative of the cat family.
The toad has a distinctive yellow stripe down its back.
He seemed hardly to notice the big walrus.
The hunter is following up a wolf.
The Green Woodpecker – is the largest species of woodpecker in Britain.
There are monkeys and zebra, and if you’re lucky you might see a lion.
Wild Animals and Some Fun Facts
Wild animals refer to animals that live in the wild, outside of human settlements or domestication.
Lions are large carnivores found in Africa and India. They are the only cats that live in groups called prides, and they are apex predators in their ecosystems.
Elephants are the largest land animals and are found in Africa and Asia. They are herbivorous and use their long trunks to gather food, water, and interact with other elephants.
Giraffes are tall herbivores found in Africa. They are known for their long necks, which they use to reach leaves from tall trees.
Tigers are large carnivores found in Asia. They are known for their striking orange coats with black stripes, and they are excellent hunters.
Kangaroos are marsupials found in Australia. They are known for their powerful hind legs, which they use for hopping.
Bears are large omnivorous mammals found in many parts of the world. They have a keen sense of smell and are known for their strength.
Zebras are herbivores found in Africa. They are known for their distinctive black and white striped coats, which help them blend in with their surroundings and confuse predators.
Wolves are social carnivores found in many parts of the world. They live in packs and are important predators that help regulate the populations of other animals.
List of All Wild Animals
- African elephant
- American bison
- Arctic fox
- Bengal tiger
- Black bear
- Brown bear
- Flying squirrel
- Grizzly bear
- Mountain goat
- Mountain lion
- Polar bear
- Prairie dog
- Red panda
- Sea lion
- Snow leopard
- Tasmanian devil
- Bald eagle
- Blue jay
- Boa constrictor
- Gila monster
- Komodo dragon
- Hammerhead shark
- Humpback whale
Wild Animals | Infographic