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Mammals of the World

Number of species seen:

Total number of species: 

6124

Mammals of the World

AFROTHERES

AARDVARK

ELEPHANTS

ELEPHANT SHREWS (SENGIS)

GOLDEN MOLES

Amblysominae

Chrysochlorinae

HYRAXES

SEA COWS

Dugongidae - Dugong

Trichechidae - Manatees

TENRECS

Geogalinae - Large-Eared Tenrec

Oryzorictinae - Shrew Tenrecs & Relatives

Potamogalinae - Otter Shrews

Tenrecinae - Spiny Tenrecs

BATS

DISK-WINGED BATS, FUNNEL-EARED BATS & RELATIVES

Furipteridae - Smoky Bat & Thumbless Bat

Myzopodidae - Sucker-Footed Bats

Natalidae - Funnel-Eared Bats

Thyropteridae - Disk-Winged Bats

FREE-TAILED BATS

Molossinae - Free-Tailed Bats

Tomopeatinae - Blunt-Eared Bat

FRUIT BATS

Cynopterinae - Cynopterine Fruit Bats

Epomophorinae - Epauletted Fruit Bats & Relatives

Harpyionycterinae - Harpyionycterine Fruit Bats

Macroglossinae - Blossom Bats & Relatives

Nyctimeninae - Tube-Nosed Fruit Bats

Pteropodinae - Flying Foxes & Relatives

Rousettinae - Rousettes & Relatives

HOG-NOSED BAT & MOUSE-TAILED BATS

Craseonycteridae - Kitti's Hog-Nosed Bat

Rhinopomatidae - Mouse-Tailed Bats

NEW WORLD LEAF-NOSED BATS & RELATIVES

Brachyphyllinae - Antillean Fruit-Eating Bats

Carolliinae - Little Fruit Bats & Short-Tailed Bats

Desmodontinae - Vampire Bats

Glossophaginae - Long-Tongued Bats & Relatives

Lonchophyllinae - Nectar Bats & Relatives

Mormoopidae - Ghost-Faced Bats, Moustached Bats & Naked-Backed Bats

Mystacinidae - New Zealand Short-Tailed Bats

Noctilionidae - Bulldog Bats

Phyllonycterinae - Flower Bats

Phyllostominae - Round-Eared Bats, Sword-Nosed Bats & Relatives

Stenodermatinae - Fruit-Eating Bats, Yellow-Shouldered Bats & Relatives

OLD WORLD LEAF-NOSED BATS & RELATIVES

Hipposideridae - Old World Leaf-Nosed Bats

Megadermatidae - False Vampire Bats

Nycteridae - Slit-Faced Bats

Rhinolophidae - Horseshoe Bats

SAC-WINGED BATS, SHEATH-TAILED BATS & RELATIVES

VESPER BATS

Kerivoulinae - Woolly Bats

Miniopteridae - Bent-Winged Bats & Long-Fingered Bats

Murininae - Hairy-Winged Bats & Tube-Nosed Bats

Myotinae - Mouse-Eared Bats & Relatives

Vespertilioninae - Evening Bats, Pipistrelles & Relatives

CARNIVORES

BEARS

Ailuropodinae - Giant Panda

Tremarctinae - Short-Faced Bears

Ursinae - True Bears

CANIDS

CATS

Felinae - Small Cats

Pantherinae - Big Cats

CIVETS, GENETS & RELATIVES

Hemigalinae - Banded Palm Civets & Relatives

Nandiniidae - African Palm Civet

Paradoxurinae - Asian Palm Civets & Binturong

Prionodontidae - Asiatic Linsangs

Viverrinae - Genets, Civets & African Linsangs

HYENAS

Hyaeninae - Hyenas

Protelinae - Aardwolf

MALAGASY CARNIVORES

Euplerinae - Falanoucs, Fossa & Malagasy Civet

Galidiinae - Malagasy Mongooses

MONGOOSES

Herpestinae - Solitary Mongooses

Mungotinae - Social Mongooses

MUSTELIDS & SKUNKS

Lutrinae - Otters

Mustelinae - Weasels, Badgers & Relatives

Mephitidae - Skunks & Stink-Badgers

RACCOONS, COATIS & RELATIVES

Potosinae - Kinkajou & Olingos

Procyoninae - Raccoons, Coatis & Relatives

RED PANDA

SEALS

Odobenidae - Walrus

Otariidae - Eared Seals

Phocidae - True Seals

EVEN-TOED UNGULATES

BOVIDS

Aepycerotinae - Impala

Alcelaphinae - Long-Faced Antelopes

Antilopinae - Gazelles & Dwarf Antelopes

Bovinae - Bovines & Spiral-Horned Antelopes

Caprinae - Goat-Antelopes

Cephalophinae - Duikers

Hippotraginae - Horse Antelopes

Reduncinae - Wetland Antelopes & Relatives

CAMELIDS

CHEVROTAINS & MOUSE-DEER

DEER

Capreolinae - New World Deer

Cervinae - Old World Deer

Hydropotinae - Water Deer

GIRAFFES & OKAPI

HIPPOPOTAMUSES

MUSK DEER

PECCARIES

PRONGHORN

SWINE

INSECTIVORES

GYMNURES

HEDGEHOGS

MOLES

Scalopinae - New World Moles

Talpinae - Old World Moles

Uropsilinae - Asian Shrew Moles

SHREWS

Crocidurinae - White-Toothed Shrews

Myosoricinae - African Shrews

Soricinae - Red-Toothed Shrews