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Learn Mammals Vocabulary in English through Pictures

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Learn Mammals vocabulary (animals vocabulary) through pictures and video.

Mammals Vocabulary in English

  • Squirrel – The squirrel has laid in a store of nuts for the winter.
  • Dog – A man has his hour, and a dog has his day.
  • Chimpanzee – The chimpanzee is an endangered species.
  • Pig – Feed a pig and you’ll have a hog.
  • Panda – The panda is a shy creature.
  • Raccoon – Have you ever seen a raccoon before?
  • Walrus – He seemed hardly to notice the big walrus.
  • Ox – An ox is taken by the horns, and the man by the tongue.
  • Otter – The sea otter can retract the claws on its front feet.
  • Lion – The lion is not so fierce as he is painted.
  • Mouse – A lion at home, a mouse abroad.
  • Kangaroo – The kangaroo has a fast turn of speed.
  • Goat – The young goat was just beginning to grow horns.
  • Horse – A good horse cannot be of a bad colour.
  • Monkey – The monkey was swinging in the tree.
  • Cow – If you sell the cow, you sell her milk too.
  • Koala – The koala is unique to Australia.
  • Mole – The mole burrowed in the ground.
  • Elephant – The elephant crashed through the forest.
  • Leopard – The leopard cannot change its spots.
  • Giraffe – The giraffe is characterized by its very long neck.
  • Fox – The tail does often catch the fox.
  • Coyote Coyote tracks are similar to dog tracks.
  • Sheep – One might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.
  • Hedgehog – A hedgehog often contracts its body into a ball.
  • Deer – The deer in the forest are all dying off from disease.
  • Sheep – Eagles fly alone, but sheep flock together.

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Learn English Vocabulary through Pictures: Mammals