200+ Incredible Mammals on Earth

List of Mammal in the world! What are mammalian animals? How many do we have? Anyway, just check the list below. Though, We'd previously listed about 75 sort of Reptiles, some 50 amphibians , while we tried to see to some 200+ types of birds here. If that wasn't enough, Topify did as much to get you familiar with 199 Dog Breeds you probably don't know if their existence (see also our list of 313 top strange animals).
Many of the characters common to mammals do not appear in other animals. Some of them, of course, can be observed also in birds—a very high (in respect to both maximum and mean values) metabolic rate and activity level or complexity of particular adaptations such as advanced parental care and social life, increased sensory capacities, and new pathways of processing sensory information or enormous ecological versatility.

List of Mammal Animals

  1. Echidnas
  2. Duck-billed platypus
  3. New World opossums
  4. Shrew opossums
  5. Monitos del monte
  6. Marsupial mice
  7. Cats
  8. Tasmanian devil
  9. Numbat
  10. Tasmanian wolves
  11. Bandicoots
  12. Bilbies
  13. Marsupial moles
  14. Koalas
  15. Wombats
  16. Possums
  17. Cuscuses
  18. Musky rat-kangaroos
  19. Rat-kangaroos
  20. Wallabies
  21. Kangaroos
  22. Pygmy possums
  23. Ringtail
  24. Greater gliding possums
  25. Gliding
  26. Striped possums
  27. Honey possums
  28. Feather-tailed possums
  29. West Indian sloths
  30. Two-toed tree sloths
  31. Three-toed tree sloths
  32. Anteaters
  33. Armadillos
  34. Gymnures
  35. Hedgehogs
  36. Golden moles
  37. Tenrecs
  38. Solenodons
  39. Shrews
  40. Moles
  41. Shrew moles
  42. Desmans
  43. Tree shrews
  44. Colugos
  45. Old World fruit bats
  46. Mouse-tailed bats
  47. Sac-winged bats
  48. Sheath-tailed bats
  49. Ghost bats
  50. Kitti’s hog-nosed bats
  51. Slit-faced bats
  52. False vampire bats
  53. Horseshoe bats
  54. Old World leaf-nosed bats
  55. American leaf-nosed bats
  56. Moustached bats
  57. Bulldog bats
  58. New Zealand short-tailed bats
  59. Funnel-eared bats
  60. Smoky bats
  61. Disk-winged bats
  62. Old World sucker-footed bats
  63. Free-tailed bats
  64. Mastiff bats
  65. Vespertilionid bats
  66. Lorises
  67. Pottos
  68. Bushbabies
  69. Dwarf lemurs
  70. Mouse lemurs
  71. Lemurs
  72. Avahis
  73. Sifakas
  74. Indris
  75. Sportive lemurs
  76. Aye-ayes
  77. Tarsiers
  78. Squirrel monkeys
  79. Capuchins
  80. Marmosets
  81. Tamarins
  82. Goeldi’s monkey
  83. Night monkeys
  84. Sakis
  85. Titis
  86. Uakaris
  87. Howler monkeys
  88. Spider monkeys
  89. Colobinae
  90. Cercopithecinae
  91. Gibbons
  92. Great apes
  93. Humans
  94. Wolves
  95. Coyotes
  96. Jackals
  97. Foxes
  98. Dogs
  99. Bears
  100. Raccoons
  101. Weasels
  102. Badgers
  103. Skunks
  104. Otters
  105. Civets
  106. Genets
  107. Linsangs
  108. Mongooses
  109. Fossa
  110. Aardwolf
  111. Hyenas
  112. Eared seals
  113. Fur seals
  114. Sea lions
  115. Walruses
  116. True seals
  117. Ganges
  118. Indus dolphins
  119. Baijis
  120. Franciscana dolphins
  121. Botos
  122. Porpoises
  123. Dolphins
  124. Beaked whales
  125. Sperm whales
  126. Belugas
  127. Narwhals
  128. Gray whales
  129. Pygmy right whales
  130. Right whales
  131. Bowhead whales
  132. Rorquals
  133. Aardvarks
  134. Elephants
  135. Hyraxes
  136. Dugongs
  137. Sea cows
  138. Manatees
  139. Horses
  140. Zebras
  141. Asses
  142. Tapirs
  143. Rhinoceroses
  144. Pigs
  145. Peccaries
  146. Hippopotamuses
  147. Camels
  148. Guanacos
  149. llamas
  150. Alpacas
  151. Vicuñas
  152. Chevrotains
  153. Common Deer
  154. Musk deer
  155. Muntjacs
  156. Old World deer
  157. Chinese water deer
  158. New World deer
  159. Okapis
  160. Giraffes
  161. Pronghorn
  162. Kudus
  163. Buffaloes
  164. Bison
  165. Hartebeests
  166. Wildebeests
  167. Gemsboks
  168. Oryx
  169. Reedbucks
  170. Gazelles
  171. Springboks
  172. Saiga Antelopes
  173. Dikdiks
  174. Beiras
  175. Grysboks
  176. Steenboks
  177. Duikers
  178. Sheep
  179. Goats
  180. Pangolins
  181. Mountain beavers
  182. Squirrels
  183. Flying squirrels
  184. Ground squirrels
  185. Tree squirrels
  186. Beavers
  187. Pocket gophers
  188. Pocket mice
  189. Kangaroo rats
  190. Kangaroo mice
  191. Birch mice
  192. Jumping mice
  193. Jerboas
  194. Voles
  195. Lemmings
  196. Hamsters
  197. Old World rats and mice
  198. South American rats and mice
  199. Scaly-tailed squirrels
  200. Springhares
  201. Gundis
  202. Dormice
  203. Dassie rats
  204. Cane rats
  205. African mole-rats
  206. Old World porcupines
  207. New World porcupines
  208. Viscachas
  209. Chinchillas
  210. Pacaranas
  211. Cavies
  212. Maras
  213. Capybaras
  214. Agoutis
  215. Pacas
  216. Tuco-tucos
  217. Octodonts
  218. Chinchilla rats
  219. Spiny rats
  220. Hutias
  221. Giant hutias
  222. Coypus
  223. Pikas
  224. Hares
  225. Rabbits
  226. Sengis
Note: There are several species under each of the above listed animals. You can see all are in plurals.

Share and Broadcast Article

Disqus Comments