10 Wild Animals Name, Wild Animals in English

10 Wild Animals Name, Wild Animals in English!

What are Wild animals?

Wild animals are any non-domesticated species that live in the wild. They are usually hunted for food, fur, or sport. The term “wild” can be confusing as many animals live in their natural habitat and some domestic animals have been known to roam.

Some of the most unique and fascinating animals are those that are classified as wild. These animals live in the wild, free from human contact. These animals can be found anywhere from the ocean to prairies in North America.

Wild animals are the animals of jungles and forests. Wild animals are very dangerous and they are totally different from some domestic animals. They can attack humans and kill them at once. Wild animals usually eat flesh and meat and that is why they can attack humans for food.

Here is the list of animals a to z with pictures of each. Here is the list of domestic animals with pictures.

Here is the list of 10 wild animals:

  1. Tiger
  2. Lions
  3. Snake
  4. Whale
  5. Shark
  6. Bear
  7. Wolf
  8. Fox
  9. Crocodile
  10. Gorilla

Today we are going to discuss 10 wild animals with example sentences and pictures of each:

  1. Tiger

In biology , a tiger is a large cat from the family Felidae . It has distinctive stripes on its body and usually at least one characteristic ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ tail. Tigers are meat eaters, with a preference for hunting larger animals, such as wild boar , deer, buffalo , and even other predators such as bears and leopards . The tiger’s coat is orange with black stripes, but white tigers also exist.

tiger- wild animal

  1. Lion

The lion is a large, four-legged mammal. It lives in Africa and Asia. A male lion is called a ‘lion’ while the female of the species is called a ‘lioness’. Cubs are baby lions. Lions can be found in savannas, grasslands or even mountainous regions. In South Africa they live in the savannas.


  1. Snake

The word ‘snake’ is used to represent a slithering, legless reptile with a long, thin body and a narrow head. Snakes are one of the oldest creatures on earth. In popular culture, snakes have been seen as malevolent creatures that live on dark, gloomy locations such as caves or swamps.

snake - wild animals

  1. Whale

Whales are a type of mammal that live in the ocean. They come from the order cetacea along with dolphins and porpoises. There are two species of whales, baleen and toothed.


  1. Shark

Sharks are a group of elasmobranch fish characterized by a cartilaginous skeleton, five to seven gill slits on the sides of the head, and pectoral fins that are not fused to the head. Modern sharks are classified within the clade Selachimorpha (or Selachii) and are the sister group to the rays.


  1. Bear

A bear is an ursine mammal of the family Ursidae. Bears are classified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans, with the pinnipeds being their closest living relatives. Although there are only eight living species of bear, they are widespread, appearing in a wide variety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere and partially in the Southern Hemisphere. Bears are found on the continents of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

bear- wild animal

  1.  Wolf

A wolf is a large, wild canine that usually lives with its pack in the woods. Wolves kill animals for food and can sometimes become people’s deadly enemies when they attack livestock or other animals on their way to feed with the pack. A person who preys upon others is also referred to as a wolf. The word wolf may also be used figuratively to describe a person who is very cruel or menacing.

wolf- wild animal

  1. Fox

The Fox has many definitions as to what the fox really is. But, in this day and age most people believe that a Fox is a type of red furred canine with pointy ears and long bushy tail. However, some people say that there are different types of foxes such as silver or white foxes or brown foxes and so on.

fox- wild animal

  1. Crocodile

The crocodile is a large, carnivorous reptile that lives mainly in Africa and Asia. Unlike other reptiles such as snakes and lizards, the crocodiles are found on four continents. Crocodiles share many of the same anatomical features with dinosaurs. They have an armored belly which supports their weight out of water also they have hard scales that are not related to the feathers on birds. The crocodile’s jaw can extend far out allowing them to grab prey with their teeth. Crocodiles generally prey on fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. They usually lie still in wait of its prey before attacking with speed and force.


  1. Gorilla

The gorilla is an ape that lives in the jungle. It eats leaves and fruit. There are two species of gorillas living today, the eastern lowland gorilla and the mountain gorilla . The gorilla’s arms are longer than its legs, so it walks on all fours. A male adult mountain gorilla weighs over 200 pounds. Gorillas have a large head and very strong jaws.

gorilla- wild animal names

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