mammals (part of speech: noun)
foxes, hippopotami, camelopards, cavies, ibexes, donkeys, llamas, hamsters, hares, otters, antelopes, wolves, sheep, echidnas, rhinoceroses, mules, koalas, dogs, hogs, minks, squirrels, raccoons, horses, dingoes, burros, hyenas, wallabies, pandas, coyotes, elephants, caribou, opossums, lions, leopards, gazelles, mice, 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, moles, chinchillas, jackals, reindeers, rats, lemmings, elks, asses
- But in wild Africa a nap is not healthy; so I drowsily watched the mongooses that had again come out of seclusion, and the monkeys, and the birds. - "African Camp Fires", Stewart Edward White.
- Here we found representations of animals chiselled on the hard rocks, similar to those we saw in Wadi Gabeit; we could recognise gazelles, camels, and elephants, and we thought the artist also had intended to depict giraffes, mongooses, and other strange beasts. - "Southern Arabia", Theodore Bent Mabel Bent.