mammal (part of speech: noun)
fox, hippopotamus, camel, cavy, ibex, donkey, llama, hamster, hare, otter, antelope, wolf, sheep, echidna, rhinoceros, mule, koala, dog, hog, mole, squirrel, raccoon, horse, dingo, burro, hyena, wallaby, panda, coyote, elephant, caribou, opossum, lion, leopard, gazelle, mink, cow, puma, polecat, mouse, arctic fox, cat, ox, zebra, jaguar, pig, weasel, lynx, giraffe, gopher, porcupine, stag, camelopard, bobcat, ermine, panther, ocelot, deer, chipmunk, bison, alpaca, goat, cheetah, wombat, sable, yak, kangaroo, rabbit, buffalo, swine, stoat, marmot, shrew, skunk, cougar, ferret, hedgehog, possum, beaver, gnu, bear, tiger, dromedary, sloth, platypus, moose, chinchilla, jackal, reindeer, rat, lemming, elk, ass
- It is the hardest thing in the world to frighten a mongoose, because he is eaten up from nose to tail with curiosity. - "The Jungle Book", Rudyard Kipling.
- They know where she keeps her cobras- where the strong- box is, in which her jewels lie crowded- who run her errands- and some of her past history, for not even a mongoose is more inquisitive than a man born in the hills, and Yasmini has many maids. - "Winds of the World", Talbot Mundy.
- However, just as the mongoose of the bag- man's story was not a real mongoose, neither am I a real philosopher. - "The Opinions of a Philosopher", Robert Grant.