In the field was cow.

Elephant – The elephant has ivory tusks.

Giraffe – A giraffe has a long neck.

Tiger – Every tiger has unique stripes.

Lion – Male lions have a mane and female lions do not.

Monkey – there are more than 260 kinds of monkeys.

Camel – There are two types of camels one with one hump and one with two humps.

Zebra – Experts say there are three species of zebras.

Kangaroo – A kangaroo is indigenous to Australia.

Bear – Today, there are only eight surviving species of bears in the world.

Wolf – There are three species of wolves in the world: the gray wolf, the red wolf and Ethiopian wolf.

Fox – The best-known species of fox are: Red Fox, Arctic Fox, Kit Fox, Fennec Fox, and Gray Fox.

Buffalo – Three species of buffalo exist: water buffalo, cape buffalo and American buffalo.

Bison – The American bison is only found in North America,

Horse – There are over 350 breeds of ponies and horses in the world common names you know are: Thoroughbreds, Quarter Horses, Morgan’s, Arabians, Saddlebreds and Tennessee Walkers.

Pony – A pony is a horse that is under an approximate or exact height.

Alligator – Today there are two species of alligators are the American and Chinese.

Crocodile – Crocodiles are found in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.

Pig – Types of pigs are; wild boars, warthogs and pygmy hogs and domestic pigs.

Cow – There are over 800 different breeds of cows/cattle in the world.

Bull – A bull has testicles a cow has an udder that is milked.

Goat – There are over 250 breeds of goats in the world.

Sheep – It is believed that there are more than 1,00 different breeds of sheep in the world.

Dog – The world canine organization states there are 322 different breeds of dogs.

Cat – There are over 35 types of cats in the world including wild cats.

Duck – Over 160 type of ducks are in the world today though some may become extinct.

Chicken – Today 39 breeds of chicken exist and there are more than 19 billion on the planet.

Hen – Hen is an old term used for chicken.

Cock – Commonly known as a rooster.

Pet – A domestic or tamed animal kept for companionship.

Bird – There are over 9,000 bird species in the world.

Owl – Today there are 216 different types of owls in the world.

Snake – there are 3,000 types of snakes in the world and some 350 are venomous/poisonous.

Crab – There are over 4500 species of crabs in the world and are found throughout the world’s tropical and semi-tropical regions.

Fish – Today there are over 28,00 different types of fish and many deep sea that have yet to be discovered.

Shellfish – Crabs, crayfish, lobster and shrimp are crustaceans.

Turtle – There are seven species of sea turtles, that need to breathe air to survive.

Ant – More than 12,000 species of ants exist in the world today.

Bat – Bats make up one-fifth of the mammal population on Earth.

Fly – talk about a pest, there are over 120,000 types of flies in the world.

Butterfly – There are approximately 20,000 species of butterflies in the world.

Mosquito – Over 3,000 species of mosquitoes are in the world today.

Insect – It is estimated that there are some 10 quintillion insects (one followed by 19 zeros) insects alive.


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