mammals (part of speech: noun)
foxes, hippopotami, camelopards, cavies, ibexes, donkeys, llamas, hamsters, hares, otters, antelopes, wolves, sheep, echidnas, rhinoceroses, mules, koalas, dogs, hogs, moles, squirrels, raccoons, horses, dingoes, burros, hyenas, wallabies, pandas, coyotes, elephants, caribou, opossums, lions, leopards, gazelles, minks, cows, pumas, polecats, moose, arctic foxes, cats, oxen, zebras, jaguars, pigs, weasels, lynxes, giraffes, gophers, porcupines, stags, camels, bobcats, ermines, panthers, ocelots, deer, chipmunks, bison, alpacas, goats, cheetahs, wombats, sables, yaks, kangaroos, rabbits, buffaloes, swine, stoats, marmots, shrews, skunks, cougars, ferrets, hedgehogs, possums, beavers, gnus, bears, tigers, dromedaries, sloths, platypuses, mongooses, chinchillas, jackals, reindeers, rats, lemmings, elks, asses
- And are the white mice there? - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus", Laura Lee Hope.
- And you little wheels, roll on, and you little mice pipe out, as we go forth on our way to the house of Herr Korbes. - "Household Tales by Brothers Grimm", Grimm Brothers.
- " Cat catching mice," said Chi. - "The Chinese Boy and Girl", Isaac Taylor Headland.