mammal (part of speech: noun)
fox, hippopotamus, camel, cavy, ibex, donkey, llama, hamster, hare, otter, antelope, wolf, sheep, echidna, rhinoceros, mouse, koala, dog, hog, mole, squirrel, raccoon, horse, dingo, burro, hyena, wallaby, panda, coyote, elephant, caribou, ocelot, lion, leopard, gazelle, mink, cow, puma, polecat, moose, arctic fox, cat, ox, zebra, jaguar, pig, weasel, lynx, giraffe, gopher, porcupine, stag, camelopard, bobcat, ermine, panther, mule, 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, mongoose, chinchilla, jackal, reindeer, rat, lemming, elk, ass
- Never mind, we have got meat for one day more, and we may trap an opossum or beaver, or perhaps Boxer may catch us something." - "With Axe and Rifle", W.H.G. Kingston.
- No species, however, of flying opossum is indigenous to Tasmania. - "The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)", John West.
- He caught hold of the branches, swung himself up, felt his way like an opossum along the trunk, swung to another tree, and did not touch ground until he was some hundred feet from the shore. - "Frank of Freedom Hill", Samuel A. Derieux.