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Animals – A-Z Animal Lists, Locations, and Expert Insights

Rhino vet Animal Lists by Chris
Rhino vet and Animal Lists by Chris

Explore the amazing diversity of the animal kingdom with our A-Z encyclopedia. Dive into detailed information on a wide range of creatures, from their fascinating behaviors to their natural habitats. Learn from experts and discover the unique characteristics of each species.

Want to plan your next wildlife adventure? We’ve got you covered! We maintain lists of the most interesting animals in every country and US state, complete with information on where to find them.

There is little in life that fascinates me so much as animals, so i hope to share some of this love with you on our website.

A-Z Animal Lists – All 26 Letters from the Alphabet

Animal Alphabet by AATG
Animal Alphabet by AATG

Our A-Z Animal Lists are your one-stop shop for exploring the incredible diversity of the animal kingdom. Journey from Aardvarks to Zebras, discovering fascinating facts and unique characteristics along the way. Whether it’s for a school assignment or just out of interest, we got you covered!

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Animals List – The Top 10 of All Animals

Top 10 Animals by AATG
Top 10 Animals by AATG

Have a look at our popular list of the most endangered, largest, biggest cutest and more animals. We have an articles for all of them, wether omnivores, carnivores, mammals and many more.

Animals by Color – The most famous colors and animals explained

Animal Colors List
Animal Colors List by AATG

Want to learn about the color of your favorite animal? Check out the full list of the animals color variety. Red, Black, Blue and more.

Expert Insights – Get Educated About Animals By Professionals In Their Fields

Animal Experts by Animals Around The Globe. Image from Canva
Animal Experts by Animals Around The Globe. Image from Canva

Curious about the creatures that share our planet? Our team of animal experts is here to guide you. From seasoned veterinarians to passionate researchers, they bring a wealth of knowledge and a genuine love for the animal kingdom, offering insightful information and answering your most burning questions.

Jump here right to all of our expert insights or choose a specific article below.

Animals and Wildlife By Location – Explore Them All Around The Globe

Ready to explore the wild world? We’ve got your passport stamped! Discover incredible animals from every corner of the globe. From spotting majestic tigers roaming the jungles of India to witnessing the tuxedoed penguins waddling across the icy plains of Antarctica, our location guides will show you the coolest creatures and the best places to find them.

Animals in North America

Bald eagle
Bald eagles build some of the largest nests of any bird species, often reaching up to 10 feet in diameter and weighing hundreds of pounds. Image by Andreas Barth via Pexels

Animals in South America

Jaguar Drags Anaconda
Image of Jaguar via Pexels

Animals and Wildlife in Europe

Europe: Close up portrait of a european grey wolf on dark background via Depositphotos.
Europe: Close up portrait of a european grey wolf on dark background via Depositphotos.

Animals in Africa

elephant
Lone African Elephant walking over a grassland. Image by Filip Olsok via Pexels

Animals in Asia

Sneezing Panda Cub
Sneezing Panda Cub in Asia via Pexels

Animals in Australia

Great White shark
Great White shark in the deep blue. Image via Depositphotos.

Further Animal Categories

Animal Bites

black widow bite
Black Widow spider outdoors on a web. Image via Depositphotos

Animal Comparison

Anaconda and Caiman Standoff
Anaconda and Caiman Standoff. Generated using DALLE-E by Linnea for AATG.

Endangered Animals

The ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii), also known as Temminck’s pangolin, Cape pangolin or scaly anteater, is the only pangolin found in southern and eastern Africa. As a group, pangolins are among the most critically endangered and illegally trafficked animals in the world. Image by zambezi via Depositphotos

Animal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many animals are there in the world?

There are more than 7 million species of animals in the world.

How do animals communicate with each other?

They communicate through various means including sounds, body language, scent marking, and, in some cases, even using bioluminescence. This communication can be for purposes such as attracting mates, signaling danger, establishing territory, or coordinating group activities.

Why do animals migrate?

Animals migrate primarily for survival reasons. This includes moving to areas with more abundant food sources, better climates, or suitable breeding grounds. Migration patterns can be seasonal or triggered by environmental conditions.

How many animals are killed each year?

It is estimated that around 92 billion animals are killed every single year. So there is still a lot do to for animal and nature conservation.

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