mammals (part of speech: noun)
foxes, hogs, camelopards, cavies, jackals, donkeys, lynxes, hamsters, hares, otters, antelopes, wolves, sheep, echidnas, rhinoceroses, mules, lemmings, dogs, horses, moles, squirrels, raccoons, hyenas, dingoes, burros, ibexes, wallabies, pandas, coyotes, elephants, caribou, opossums, llamas, lions, gazelles, minks, cows, pumas, polecats, moose, arctic foxes, cats, oxen, zebras, kangaroos, pigs, weasels, marmots, giraffes, gophers, porcupines, stags, camels, bobcats, ermines, panthers, ocelots, deer, chipmunks, bison, alpacas, goats, cheetahs, wombats, sables, yaks, koalas, rabbits, buffaloes, swine, stoats, mice, shrews, skunks, cougars, ferrets, hedgehogs, possums, beavers, gnus, bears, tigers, dromedaries, sloths, platypuses, mongooses, chinchillas, jaguars, reindeers, rats, leopards, elks, asses
- He made his way slowly towards a nice corn- field, which he had found a few days ago, and the only thing he felt at all uneasy about was that some of the other hippopotami might also have found it. - "Rataplan", Ellen Velvin.
- Komba went to the bows and his people, taking the broad paddles, rowed and pushed the boat along the water- way made by the hippopotami through the tall and matted reeds, from which ducks and other fowl rose in multitudes with a sound like thunder. - "Allan and the Holy Flower", H. Rider Haggard.
- There were great numbers of wild fowl; also hippopotami, and being provided with both shot guns and heavy rifles we made a very curious bag during the afternoon, that in England or Scotland would have been difficult to carry home; we shot and secured two hippopotami, one crocodile, twenty- two geese, and twenty ducks. - "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.