Wild Animals: Facts | Pictures | Videos | Chart

Wild animals names in English and 5 Indian languages- 1. Hindi, 2. Bengali, 3. Tamil, 4. Kannada and 5. Marathi. For each of 22 wild animals in this list, we have carefully curated high-quality photos and videos. Our interesting facts and trivia for every animal is a bonus! Download, print and use our wild animals chart, stickers and coloring sheets for free.

1. Tiger

Tiger Standing
Tiger Leaping
White Tiger
Tiger Video

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Tiger Sound | Gypsy Tiger

White Tiger | Big Cat Rescue

Tigers 101 | National Geographic

Tiger in Indian Languages
Hindi बाघ  (Bagh)
Bengali বাঘ  (Bagh)
Tamil புலி  (Puli)
Kannada ಹುಲಿ  (Huli)
Marathi वाघ  (Bagh)
Tiger Talking Points

3-4 yrs

  • Tiger is orange in colour with black stripes.
  • Tiger has a long tail and sharp teeth.
  • Tiger hunts and eats deer, cow, goat etc.
  • Tiger runs very fast.
  • Tiger is a good swimmer.
  • Tiger can climb trees.

4-6 yrs

  • Tiger is the national animal of India. 
  • Tiger belongs to the cat family.
  • Tiger is the largest wild cat. 
  • Tiger is a carnivore, eating only meat. 
  • Tiger eats deer, wild pigs, goat, cow, buffalo etc.
  • Tiger has a great fondness for water and is very strong swimmers. 
  • The sound that the tiger makes is called “roar” or “growl” sound.
  • A female tiger is called “tigress”. A baby tiger is called “cub”.
  • A group of tigers is called “streak” or an “ambush”.

    2. Lion

    Lion Standing
    Lion Resting
    Lioness
    Lion Family
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    Single Lion | Shutterstock

    Lioness and Lion cub | Shutterstock

    Lion | Unsplash

    Lion Video

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    Lion sound | Stripy Yoshi

    Lions 101 | Nat Geo Wild

    Adorable Lion cubs | Discovery

    Lion in Indian Languages
    Hindi शेर  (Sher)
    Bengali সিংহ  (Sinha)
    Tamil சிங்கம்  (Sinkam)
    Kannada ಸಿಂಹ  (Sinha)
    Marathi सिंह  (Sinha)
    Lion Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Lion is called the “king of the jungle”.
    • Lion is a big and strong animal.
    • Lion is found in a forest
    • Lion can run very fast.
    • Lion hunts and eats buffaloes, zebras, baby elephants, crocodiles and giraffes. 

    4-6 yrs

    • Lion is a second-largest cat after Tiger in the world.
    • Lion is called the “king of the jungle”. 
    • Lions are the only cats that live in groups called pride.
    • In India, lions are found in Gir forest, Gujarat.
    • Lion is a carnivore and eats zebra, giraffe, deer, buffalo, wild boar, bear, hare etc.
    • Lion sounds include roars, purrs, grunts, snarls hums, meows and moans.
    • The female lion is called “lioness”.
    • Lion has a mane (long thick hair that grows from its neck), but there is no mane for the lioness.
    • A baby lion is called “cub”.

    3. Elephant

    Elephant

    Baby Elephant
    Elephant Family
    Elephant Video

    Elephant in Indian Languages
    Hindi हाथी  (Haathee)
    Bengali হাতি  (Hati)
    Tamil யானை  (Yanai)
    Kannada ಆನೆ  (Ane)
    Marathi हत्ती  (Hatti)
    Elephant Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • An elephant is the biggest land animal.
    • An elephant is a very intelligent animal.
    • An elephant has grey or black colour skin. 
    • An elephant has a long trunk from head to the ground.
    • Elephant uses its trunk to grab and eat food.
    • Elephant loves to swim in rivers.

    4-6 yrs

    • An elephant is the largest existing land animals.
    • An elephant has large ears, tusks made of ivory and their trunk.
    • The trunk is used for breathing, grabbing food and objects.
    • There are two different types of elephants, the African elephant and the Asian elephant.
    • An elephant is a herbivore and eats grass, plants and fruits.
    • Elephants are good swimmers and use their trunk as a snorkel underwater.
    • Elephants make a sound, known as trumpet.
    • Group of elephants is called a “herd”.
    • A male elephant is known as a bull. A female elephant is called a cow.
    • A baby elephant is called a calf.
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    4. Giraffe 

    Giraffe

    Giraffe

     

    Mother and Baby Giraffe
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    Giraffe walking | Pexels

    Giraffe family | Shutterstock

    Giraffe eating | Unsplash

    Giraffe Video

    Giraffe in Indian Languages
    Hindi  जिराफ़  (Jiraaf)
    Bengali জিরাফ  (Jirapha)
    Tamil ஒட்டகச்சிவிங்கி  (Ottakaccivinki)
    Kannada ಜಿರಾಫೆ  (Jiraphe)
    Marathi जिराफ  (Jirapha)
    Giraffe Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Giraffe is the tallest animal.
    • Giraffe has a long neck and legs.
    • A giraffe eats leaves, shoots and fruits.  
    • They use their long necks to reach the leaves. 
    • A giraffe can run very fast.

    4-6 yrs

    • Giraffe is the tallest land animal in the world.
    • Giraffe has a long neck, legs, horn-like ossicones, and its distinctive coat patterns.
    • Giraffe is a herbivore and eats plants. 
    • Giraffe spends most of their lives standing up, they even sleep standing up.
    • Giraffe needs to drink water once every few days. 
    • Most of the water comes from all the plants they eat.
    • Giraffes roam around in groups called a tower.
    • A male giraffe is called a bull, a female giraffe is called a cow.
    • A baby giraffe is called a calf.

    5. Monkey

    Vervet Monkey
    Baboon monkey
    Old World Monkey
    Spider Monkey
    Capuchin Monkey
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    Monkeys eating banana | Shutterstock

    Monkey jumping | Shutterstock

    Monkey with infant | Unsplash

    Monkey Video

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    Monkeys Playing | Youtube

    Facts About Monkeys | Nat Geo Kids

    Monkeys at Play | BBC Earth

    Monkey in Indian Languages
    Hindi बंदर  (Bandar)
    Bengali বানর  (Banara)
    Tamil குரங்கு  (Kuranku)
    Kannada ಕೋತಿ  (Koti)
    Marathi माकड  (Makada)
    Monkey Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Monkey is an intelligent animal. 
    • Monkey loves to run, play and jump from trees. 
    • Monkey lives in a tree. 
    • Some monkeys live on the ground. 
    • Monkeys eat seeds, flowers, eggs, fruits, leaves, nuts, small insects, reptiles etc.

    4-6 yrs

    • Monkey is a furry animal with long, fur-covered tails and hands with thumbs.
    • Monkey is an omnivore and eats flowers, fruits, nuts, seeds, leaves, insects and reptiles.
    • Trees, mountains, forests and plains are the most common places where monkeys live.
    • Monkeys love to play, run and leap through trees.
    • Monkeys are very social animals that usually eat, sleep and travel in groups. 
    • Group of monkeys is called a “troop”, “tribe” or “ barrel”.
    • Monkeys are intelligent animals and can also count.
    • Monkeys make a grunting/squeaking sounds to communicate with other monkeys.

    6. Cheetah

    Cheetah Standing
    Cheetah
    Cheetah Running
    Cheetah Family
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    Cheetah standing | Unsplash

    Cheetah running | Shutterstock

    Cheetah with her cubs | Adobestock

    Cheetah Video

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    All about Cheetahs | Free School

    Cheetah | Nat Geo Kids

    Cheetahs 101 | Nat Geo Wild

    Cheetah in Indian Languages
    Hindi चीता  (Cheeta)
    Bengali চিতাবাঘ  (Citabagha)
    Tamil சிறுத்தை  (Siruthai)
    Kannada ಚಿರತೆ  (Cirate)
    Marathi चित्ता  (Cittā)
    Cheetah Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Cheetah is the type of wild cat.
    • Cheetah is the fastest land animal.
    • Cheetah has very good eyesight.
    • Cheetah hunt and eat birds, zebras, deer, etc.
    • Cheetah hunt for food during the day.

    4-6 yrs

    • Cheetah is a member of the cat family.
    • Cheetah is the world’s fastest land mammal.
    • Cheetah has a yellowish tan fur with black spots on it.
    • Cheetah has a long tail for balance.
    • Cheetah’s tail helps to take turns when they are running at full speed. 
    • Cheetah is a carnivore and eats birds, rabbits, zebras, deer etc.
    • Cheetahs do not roar like lions or tigers.
    • Cheetahs produce a variety of sounds including purrs, growls, hisses, and a chirping sound.
    • A baby cheetah is called a cub.
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    7. Hippopotamus

    Hippopotamus
    Hippopotamus Roaring
    Hippopotamus Video

    Hippopotamus in Indian Languages
    Hindi जलहस्ती  (Jalahastee)
    Bengali জলহস্তী  (Jalahastī)
    Tamil நீர்யானை  (Nīryāṉai)
    Kannada ಹಿಪಪಾಟಮಸ್  (Hipapāṭamas)
    Marathi हिप्पोपोटॅमस  (Hippōpōṭĕmasa)
    Hippopotamus Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • The hippo is the third-largest land mammal.
    • Hippo has a big body and short legs.
    • Hippo is dark grey in colour.
    • Hippo is called a ‘river horse”.
    • It spends most of its time in the water.
    • Hippo eats only plants. 

    4-6 yrs

    • A hippopotamus is a large, semi-aquatic mammal.
    • A hippopotamus is the third-largest land mammal in this world after white rhino and elephant.
    • Hippopotamus is a  herbivore, and eat mostly grass.
    • Hippo spends most of its time in the water.
    • Hippo is the most dangerous animal in Africa.
    • Hippos produce a variety of sounds including groan, grunt, roar and loud wheezing sounds.
    • A group of hippos is called a pod, herd or bloat.
    • A male hippopotamus is called a bull. A female hippopotamus is called a cow.
    • A baby hippopotamus is called a calf.

    8. Rhinoceros

    Rhinoceros with one horn

    Rhinoceros with two horns
    Rhinoceros with Oxpeckers
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    Rhinoceros with oxpeckers | Unsplash

    White Rhinoceros | Shutterstock

    Indian Rhinoceros | Flickr

    Rhinoceros Video

    Rhinoceros in Indian Languages
    Hindi गैंडा  (Gainda)
    Bengali গণ্ডার  (Gaṇḍāra)
    Tamil காண்டாமிருகம்  (Kāṇṭāmirukam)
    Kannada ಖಡ್ಗಮೃಗ  (Khaḍgamr̥ga)
    Marathi गेंडा  (Gēṇḍā)
     Rhinoceros Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Rhinoceros is a  large and heavy animal.
    • Rhinoceros has grey or brown skin.
    • Rhinoceros has one or two horns on their nose. 
    • The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’.
    • Rhinos eat lots of grass and plants. 

    4-6 yrs

    • Rhinoceros is a huge animal with one or two horns on their nose. 
    • There are five species of rhino: white rhino, black rhino, Sumatran rhino, Indian rhino and Javan rhino.
    • The white rhino is grey in colour. 
    • The white rhino is the second-largest land mammal (after the elephant). 
    • Rhinos are often seen with Oxpeckers (or ‘tick birds’). 
    • Oxpeckers sit on their back and eat the dirt or insects living in the rhino’s skin. 
    • The birds loud sound help alert rhinos of potential danger. 
    • A Male rhino is called a bull. A female rhino is called a cow.
    • A baby rhino is called a calf.
    • A group of rhinoceros is called a “crash”.

    9. Leopard

    Leopard Standing

    Leopard on a Tree
    Leopard Video

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    Leopard | All Things Animal TV

    Snow leopards 101 | Nat Geo Wild

    Cubs learn to climb | BBC Earth

    Leopard in Indian Languages
    Hindi तेंदुआ  (Tendua)
    Bengali চিতা  (Citā)
    Tamil சிறுத்தை புலி  (Siruthai Puli)
    Kannada ಚಿರತೆ  (Cirate)
    Marathi बिबट्या  (Bibaṭyā)
    Leopard Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Leopard has an orange/yellow coat with black spots on it.
    • Leopard is a superfast animal.
    • Leopard is a big jumper and climber.
    • Leopard eats monkeys, snakes, deer, fish, birds etc.
    • Leopard lives alone and hunts mostly at night.

    4-6 yrs

    • Leopard has yellow or orange fur with dark spots.  
    • These dark spots are called “rosettes” because their shape is similar to that of a rose.
    • Leopard is a carnivore and eats monkeys, snakes, deer, fish, birds etc.
    • Leopard is a super-fast animal, big jumper and climber. 
    • Leopard spends a lot of their time in trees.
    • Leopard makes roaring, growling and snarling sounds.
    • A male leopard is called a boar. A female leopard is called a leopardess.
    • A baby leopard is called a cub.
    • A group of leopards is called a leap.

    10. Jackal

    Side Striped Jackal

    Golden Jackal
    Black-Backed Jackal
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    Indian Golden Jackal | Flickr

    Side striped Jackal | Shutterstock

    Black-backed Jackal | Shutterstock 

    Jackal Video

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    Jackal | SafariLive

    Facts about Jackals | Ebru TV Kenya

    Golden Jackal | Animal Planet (Hindi)

    Jackal in Indian Languages
    Hindi सियार  (Siyaar)
    Bengali শৃগাল  (Śr̥gāla)
    Tamil குள்ளநரி  (Kuḷḷanari)
    Kannada ನರಿ  (Nari)
    Marathi सॅक  (Sĕka)
    Jackal Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Jackal is a dog-like wild animal.
    • Body of jackal is covered with golden, rust or silver-coloured black fur.
    • Jackal has pointed ears and bushy tail.
    • During the day they stay in bushes and hunt at night. 
    • Jackal eat bird, reptiles, insects, fruits and plants.

    4-6 yrs

    • Jackal is a member of a dog family.
    • Body of jackal is covered with golden, rust or silver-coloured black fur.
    • Jackal has pointed ears and bushy tail.
    • There are three species of jackal. There’s the black-backed jackal, the golden jackal and the side-striped jackal.
    • Jackals communicate with each other using a howl.
    • Jackal is an omnivore, it eats birds, reptiles, fruits, insects, berries and grass.
    • A Baby jackal is called a pup.
    • Group of jackals is called packs.
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    11. Fox

    Fox Standing
    Fox Crouching
    Arctic Fox
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    Red Fox | Shutterstock

    Arctic Fox | Pexels

    Fox | Flickr

    Fox Video

    Fox in Indian Languages
    Hindi लोमड़ी  (Lomri)
    Bengali শিয়াল  (Śiẏāla)
    Tamil நரி  (Nari)
    Kannada ನರಿ  (Nari)
    Marathi कोल्हा  (Kōl’hā)
    Fox Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Fox is related to dogs.
    • Fox has a long bushy tail. 
    • Fox has large, triangular ears.
    • Fox live in a den.
    • Fox hunts and eats reptiles, birds, eggs and plants.

    4-6 yrs

    • Fox is a member of a dog family.
    • Fox has large, triangular ears and a bushy tail.
    • Fox stay active and hunt at night. 
    • Fox is an omnivore and eats insects, small reptiles, birds, worms, spiders, plants, fruits etc
    • Fox live in a den. 
    • Foxes make a variety of different sounds including barks, screams, howls and squeals.
    • A male fox is called a dog. A female fox is called a vixen.
    • A baby fox is called cub or pup.
    • A group of foxes is called a “skulk” or a “leash”.

    12. Deer

    Deer Standing
    Deer Walking
    Spotted Deer
    Baby Deer
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    Deer | Flickr

    Spotted Deer | Pexels

    Red Deer | Shutterstock

    Deer Video

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    Deer photos | oxbridgebaby

    Deer – Animal Documentary | Pitick Jr.

    Indian Sambar Deer | Youtube

    Deer in Indian Languages
    Hindi हिरन  (Hiran)
    Bengali হরিণ  (Hariṇa)
    Tamil மான் (Māṉ)
    Kannada ಜಿಂಕೆ  (Jiṅke)
    Marathi हरिण  (Hariṇa)
    Deer Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • A deer has four long legs.
    • A deer has a small tail.
    • A deer is reddish-brown in colour. 
    • Some deer species has white spots on a brown coat.
    • Deer can jump high and run fast. 
    • Deer eats plants, flowers, vegetable and fruits.

    4-6 yrs

    • Deer is a reddish-brown colour animal.
    • Deer has a small tail, long legs and big antlers. 
    • Some species of deers have white spots on a brown coat. 
    • Deers are good runners and can jump high.
    • Deers are also excellent swimmers.
    • Deer makes bellow or bleat sound.
    • Deer is a herbivore and eats plants, flowers, vegetables, fruits etc.
    • A male deer is called a buck. A female deer is called a doe.
    • Baby deer is called a fawn, a kid or a calf. 
    • Group of deer is known as a herd.

    13. Wolf

    Wolf standing

    Grey Wolf
    Wolf Howling  
    White Wolf Howling
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    Wolf | Shutterstock

    White Wolf | Unsplash

    Gray Wolf | Shutterstock

    Wolf Video

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    Wolves 101 | Nat Geo Wild

    Wolf Rescue |Discovery World

    Gray Wolf | National Geographic kids

    Wolf in Indian Languages
    Hindi भेड़िया  (Bhediya)
    Bengali নেকড়ে  (Nēkaṛē)
    Tamil ஓநாய்  (Ōnāy)
    Kannada ತೋಳ  (Tōḷa)
    Marathi लांडगा  (Lāṇḍagā)
    Wolf Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Wolf is a dog-like animal.
    • Wolf has sharp teeth and strong body.
    • Wolf has a grey and brown fur coat with a bushy tail.
    • Wolf hunts and eats deer, squirrel, sheep, fox etc

    4-6 yrs

    • Wolf is a member of the dog family.
    • Wolves are the largest species among the dog family.
    • Wolf has a greyish-brown fur coat, sharp teeth, a bushy tail and excellent senses.
    • Wolves howl to communicate with each other. 
    • Wolves run fast. 
    • Wolf is a carnivore and eats deer, squirrel, bison, sheep, fox etc.
    • Wolves live in a family called packs.
    • A male wolf is called a dog. A female wolf is called a she-wolf.
    • A baby wolf is called a pup.
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    14. Bear

    Black Bear
    Brown Bear with a Baby
    Panda (Bear)
    Polar Bear
    Sun Bear
    Asiatic Bear
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    Brown Bear | Pexels

    Polar Bear | Shutterstock

    Panda Bear | Unsplash

    Bear Video

    Bear in Indian Languages
    Hindi भालू  (Bhaaloo)
    Bengali ভালুক  (Bhāluka)
    Tamil கரடி  (Karadi)
    Kannada ಕರಡಿ  (Karaḍi)
    Marathi अस्वल  (Asvala)
    Bear Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Bear is a large animal.
    • Bear has thick fur and a short tail.
    • Bear eats fruit, plants, insects, fish, small animals, etc.
    • Bear can run very fast.
    • Bears are good at climbing and swimming.

    4-6 yrs

    • Bear has a large body, a long snout (nose), thick fur and a short tail.
    • Bears are good swimmers and climbers.
    • There are several species of bears: polar bear, brown bear, black bear, sun bear, sloth bear etc.
    • The smallest bears are sun bears.
    • Polar bears are the largest.
    • Bear is an omnivore and eats fruit, plants, insects, fish, small animals, etc
    • Bears “roar” or “growl” to communicate with each other.
    • A male bear is called a boar. A female bear is called a sow.
    • A baby bear is called a cub.
    • A group of bears is called a sloth.

    15. Zebra

    Zebra Standing
    Zebra Walking
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    Zebra | Pinterest

    Zebra running and jumping | Shutterstock

    Group of Zebras | Unsplash

    Zebra Video

    Zebra in Indian Languages
    Hindi ज़ेबरा  (Zebara)
    Bengali জেব্রা  (Jēbrā)
    Tamil வரிக்குதிரை  (Varikkutirai)
    Kannada ಜೀಬ್ರಾ  (Jībrā)
    Marathi झेब्रा  (Jhēbrā)
    Zebra Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Zebra has a horse-like body.
    • Zebra has black and white stripes on its body.
    • Zebra eats grass, leaves, plants, barks etc.
    • Zebra sleeps standing up.
    • Zebra runs very fast.

    4-6 yrs

    • Zebras are related to horses and donkeys. 
    • Zebra has black and white stripes on its body.
    • Every zebra has a unique pattern of black and white strips, like a human fingerprint.
    • Zebra crossings are named after zebra’s black and white strips. 
    • Zebra has excellent eyesight, hearing and they sleep standing up.
    • Zebras live together in groups, called herds.
    • Zebra is a herbivore and eat grass, leaves, plants, barks etc.
    • Zebras make “bark”, “bray” and “snort” sounds.
    • A male zebra is called a stallion. A  female zebra is called a mare.
    • A baby zebra is called a foal.
    • A group of zebras is called a zeal or a dazzle.

    16. Bison

    Indian Bison
    American Bison
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    American Bison | Unsplash

    Indian Bison | Shutterstock

    Group of Bisons | Flickr

    Bison Video

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    Indian Bison | Youtube

    American Bison | SciShow Kids

    Americal Bison | Smithsonian Channel

    Bison in Indian Languages
    Hindi बिजोन  (Bijon)
    Bengali বাইসন  (Bā’isana)
    Tamil காட்டு எருமை  (Kaatu erumaai)
    Kannada ಕಾಡೆಮ್ಮೆ  (Kāḍem’me)
    Marathi बायसन  (Bāyasana)
    Bison Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Bison is brown in colour.
    • Bison has horns and a hump.
    • Bison can run fast.
    • Bison eat leaves, fruits, stems, flowers and seeds. 

    4-6 yrs

    • Bisons are strong animals with horns. 
    • Bison has dark brown hair covering its entire body.
    • Bisons are fast runners. 
    • Bison is a herbivore and eats leaves, fruits, stems, flowers and seeds. 
    • Bison makes “snort,” “cough,” “roar,” and “grunt” sounds.
    • A male bison is called a bull. A female bison is called a cow.
    • A baby bison is called a calf.
    • A group of bison is called a herd.
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    17. Gorilla

    Gorilla
    Gorilla Mother and Kid
    Baby Gorilla
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    Gorilla | Flickr

    Gorilla eating carrot | Shutterstock

    Gorilla family | Shutterstock

    Gorilla Video

    Gorilla in Indian Languages
    Hindi गोरिल्ला  (Gorilla)
    Bengali বনমানুষ  (Banamānuṣa)
    Tamil கொரில்லா  (Korillā)
    Kannada ಗೊರಿಲ್ಲಾ  (Gorillā)
    Marathi गोरिल्ला  (Gōrillā)
    Gorilla Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Gorillas are the largest species of monkeys. 
    • Gorilla has hands and feet.
    • Gorilla has black or grey fur.
    • Gorilla eats leaves, plants, stems, fruits, bamboo etc.
    • Gorillas sleep in their nests. 
    • Gorilla’s nests are made of grass and leaves.

    4-6 yrs

    • Gorillas are the largest species of primates. 
    • Gorilla has black or grey fur.
    • Gorilla has hands and feet like humans.
    • Gorillas are very intelligent animals. 
    • Gorilla stays active during the day and sleeps at night.
    • Gorillas sleep in their nests. Their nests are made of grass and leaves.
    • Gorilla is a herbivore and eats leaves, plants, stems, fruits, bamboo etc. 
    • Gorilla makes “bellow” sound.
    • Gorillas live in small groups called troops or bands.
    • A male gorilla is called a silverback.
    • A baby gorilla is called an infant.

    18. Kangaroo

    Kangaroo Standing
    Kangaroo Hopping
    Baby Kangaroo in Mother’s Pouch
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    Kangaroo in Indian Languages
    Hindi कंगेरू  (Kangeroo)
    Bengali ক্যাঙ্গারু  (Kyāṅgāru)
    Tamil கங்காரு  (Kaṅkāru)
    Kannada ಕಾಂಗರೂ  (Kāṅgarū)
    Marathi कांगारू  (Kāṅgārū)
    Kangaroos Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Kangaroo is grey-brown in colour.
    • Kangaroo has a small head with big ears.
    • Kangaroo moves by hopping.
    • Kangaroo can jump very high. 
    • Kangaroo eats plants, leaves, shrubs, etc

    4-6 yrs

    • Kangaroos are found in the Australian continent.
    • Kangaroo’s fur is grey-brown in colour.
    • Kangaroo has a small head, big ears, short front legs and powerful back legs.
    • Kangaroos move by hopping.
    • Kangaroos can swim but cannot walk backwards. 
    • Mother kangaroos have pouches on their front for carrying their babies. 
    • Kangaroos are herbivores and eat plants, leaves, shrubs, etc. 
    • Kangaroos make “chortle” sound.
    • Male kangaroos are called bucks, boomers, jacks, or old men.
    • Female kangaroos are called does, flyers, or jills.
    • A baby kangaroo is called a joey.
    • Group of kangaroos is called a mob, troop, or court.

    19. Koala Bear

    Koala Bear on a Branch
    Koala Bear Sleeping
    Mother and Baby Koala
    Koala Bear Jumping
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    Koala Bear in Indian Languages
    Hindi कोअला भालू  (Koala bhaaloo)
    Bengali কোয়ালা ভালুক  (Kōẏālā bhāluka)
    Tamil கோலா கரடி  (Kōlā karaṭi)
    Kannada ಕೋಲಾ ಕರಡಿ  (Kōlā karaḍi)
    Marathi कोआला अस्वल  (Kō’ālā asvala)
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    3-4 yrs

    • Koala bear has grey fur.
    • Koala has strong and sharp-clawed feet.
    • Koala lives on trees.
    • Koalas are found in eucalyptus forests.
    • Koalas love eating eucalyptus leaves. 

    4-6 yrs

    • Koala bear lives in the Australian continent.
    • Koala has grey fur and sharp-clawed feet.
    • Koala’s sharp claws help them climb the trees.
    • Koalas are found in a eucalyptus forest.
    • Koalas love eating eucalyptus leaves. 
    • Koala mother has a pouch in her body to hold a baby koala, just like a kangaroo. 
    • Koalas makes a sound like a loud snore and then a belch, known as a ‘bellow’.
    • Male koala is called a buck.
    • Female koala is called a doe.
    • A baby koala is called a joey.
    • Group of koala bears is called a colony.
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    20. Chimpanzee

    Chimpanzee Standing
    Chimpanzee
    Baby Chimpanzee Swinging
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    Chimpanzee in Indian Languages
    Hindi चिंपांज़ी  (Chimpaanzee)
    Bengali বানর  (Bānara)
    Tamil மனிதக்குரங்கு  (Manithakurangu)
    Kannada ಚಿಂಪಾಂಜಿ  (Cimpān̄ji)
    Marathi चिंपांझी  (Cimpān̄jhī)
    Chimpanzees Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Chimpanzee has hands and legs. 
    • Chimpanzee is covered by a coat of brown or black hair.
    • Chimpanzee climb trees.
    • Chimpanzee swing between branches and trees.  
    • Chimpanzees eat fruits, leaves, flowers, insects, bird eggs, monkeys, pigs etc. 

    4-6 yrs

    • Chimpanzee belongs to a primate family.
    • A chimpanzee has long arms, knees, short legs and black hair. 
    • Chimpanzees laugh, play and hug just like humans. 
    • Chimpanzees swing between branches and trees.  
    • Chimpanzees can stand and walk on two legs (bipedal). 
    • When it rains, they use leaves as a cover just like humans use umbrellas.
    • Chimpanzees are omnivores and eat fruits, leaves, flowers, insects, bird eggs, monkeys, pigs etc. 
    • Chimpanzees make a “scream” and “chatter” sound.
    • A dominant male is referred to as the alpha male.
    • A female chimpanzee is called an empress.
    • A baby chimpanzee is called an infant.
    • A group of chimpanzees is called a troop.

    21. Hyena

    Hyena Walking

    Spotted Hyena

    Striped Hyena

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    Striped Hyena | Wilderness of India

    Hyena in Indian Languages
    Hindi लकड़बग्धा  (Lakadabagdha)
    Bengali হায়না  (Hāẏanā)
    Tamil கழுதை புலி  (Kaḻutai puli)
    Kannada ಹೈನಾ  (Hainā)
    Marathi हायना  (Hāyanā)
    Hyenas Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Hyena is a dog-like animal.
    • Hyena has brown colour fur.
    • Hyena has spots or stripes on their body.
    • Hyena has big ears.
    • Hyenas hunt and eat zebras, birds, deer, fish, snakes, lizards, insects etc.

    4-6 yrs

    • Hyena is a brown coloured animal with spots or stripes.
    • Hyena has big ears and front legs that are longer than back legs.
    • Hyena is a carnivore and eats zebras, birds, deer, fish, snakes, lizards, insects etc.
    • Hyenas hunt in groups.
    • Hyenas make a laughing sound to communicate with other hyenas.
    • A baby hyena is called a cub.
    • A group of hyenas is called “cackle of hyenas”.

    22. Jaguar

    Jaguar Walking
    Jaguar Standing
    Baby Jaguars
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    Black Jaguar | Flickr

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    Jaguar in Indian Languages
    Hindi जैगुआर  (Jaguar)
    Bengali জাগুয়ার  (Jāguẏāra)
    Tamil ஜாகுவார்  (Jākuvār)
    Kannada ಜಾಗ್ವಾರ್  (Jāgvār)
    Marathi जग्वार  (Jagvāra)
    Jaguar Talking Points

    3-4 yrs

    • Jaguar is a large and heavy animal.
    • Jaguar has yellow or orange fur.
    • Jaguar has spots on its skin.
    • Jaguar loves to swim.
    • Jaguar eats deer, pigs, foxes, fish, frogs, snakes, etc.

    4-6 yrs

    • Jaguar is the third-largest wild cat after the tiger and lion.
    • Jaguar has yellow or orange fur with spots on their skin.
    • These spots look like a rose and are called rosettes.
    • Jaguar loves water and enjoys swimming. 
    • Jaguars roam, hunt and live alone in the forest.
    • Jaguar is a carnivore and eats deer, pig, fox, fish, frog, snake etc.
    • Jaguar makes a variety of sounds, including roaring, growling, and snarling.
    • A baby jaguar is called a cub.
    • A group of jaguars is called a shadow of jaguars.

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    2 thoughts on “Wild Animals: Facts | Pictures | Videos | Chart”

    1. Seriously– an amazingly comprehensive wildlife guide for kids. This information will help kids learn about wildlife more realistically. I hope you will publish such type of post again.
      For more information on wildlife, one should also consider https://animalcreativefacts.com/

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