Carnivores - Animals that eat flesh. Ex. Lion, Tiger, etc.
Herbivores - Animals that eat plants. Ex. Cow, Goat, etc.
Omnivores - Animals that eat both plants and flesh. Ex. Bear, Crow.
Odd - toed Ungulates - Animals with odd number of hooves. Ex. Rhino, Tapir, etc.
Even-Toed Ungulates -Animals with even number of hooves. Ex. Bactrian Camel, Giraffe, etc.
Monotremes - Egg-laying mammals. Ex. Duck-billed Platypus
Marsupials - Animals with babies in their pouch. Ex. Kangaroo, Koala, etc.
Primates - Animals with a tail. Ex. Monkeys, etc.
Solitary Animals - Animals that stay alone and not in groups. Ex. Lions, etc
Ungulates - Animals that have which have large hoofs and are totally herbivores. Ex. Cow, Goat, etc.
Bovids - Members of the cow-like family. Ex. Eland, Bongo, etc.
Nocturnal - Animals that stay alive in night, but go to sleep in the afternoon. Ex. Fox, Wolf, etc.
Diurnal - Animals that stay alive in the afternoon, but go to sleep in the night. Ex. Man, Chimpanzee, etc.
Edentates - Animals that eat mainly ants. Ex. Giant Anteater, Sloth, etc.
Vertebrates - Animals with backbones. Ex. Mammals, Birds, etc.
Apes - Primates without tails. Ex. Gorilla, Orangutan, etc.
Primitive Ungulates - Animals which have been living a long time. Ex. Elephants.
Prehensile - Fifth limb of an animal that helps to pickup, push or pull objects. Ex. Trunk For Elephant
Marine Mammals - Marine mammals are animals that spend the majority of their lives in or near the sea. Ex. Seals, Whales, etc.