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Animals in United States
The United States has a wide variety of animals residing here. Ranging from rodents to birds to dogs to buffalo. From east coast to west coast the animals' habitants varies.
Where there is a more tropical climate the animals will differ to those colder climates.

The only man eating animals in the United States are bears. The black or
brown bear
brown bears, grizzly bears, and
polar bear
polar bears live in the mountainous regions.

In the dog family there are foxes, wolves and
coyotes. In the cat family there is a
bobcat, lynx, mountain lion. In the south west there are
jaguars and ocelots. Jackrabbits can be found in Texas and rabbits can be found everywhere through the country. Raccoons and fisher cats live here also.

There are birds of prey such as owls, hawks or eagles that reside here. Pink flamingos live in Florida which is just a beautiful sight to see. Then you have the beach birds consisting of sandpipers and seagulls found by the shore. Singing birds like robins, cardinals, sparrows and warblers brighten you day in the morning chirping a tune.

Reptiles in the US in Florida are crocodiles and alligators. Rattlesnakes and water moccasins (both poisonous) are found mainly in the Southwest region. These are dangerous to be near as they may attack you. Lizards can also be found there.

The native animals to the United States are deer, moose, elk and caribou, beavers, muskrats, squirrels, prairie dogs, porcupines are marmots. Weasels, fisher cat, skunk, badger and wolverine are also native to this country. Other native wildlife includes birds like ducks, geese, herons, egrets, ibises and waterfowl. There are over 60 different species of toads and frogs and over 80 species of salamanders living here. The bull frog, the largest of the frogs resides in the eastern and central part of the US.

The United States has a wide range of critters that inhabit here. From nests in trees to a burrowed hole in the ground to living in the mountains all these animals roam the countryside.

Click here for a list of endangered animals in United States. Musk ox
Dall's sheep
Mountain goat
Collared peccary
European elk
Mexican pronghorn
Black-tailed deer
White-tailed deer
Carnivores in United States
Guadalupe fur seal
American hog-nosed skunk
Hooded skunk
Striped skunk
Eastern spotted skunk
Gray fox
Common hog-nosed skunk
California channel island fox
American marten
Polar bear
Northern elephant seal
Swift fox
Long-tailed weasel
Hawaiian monk seal
Northern fur seal
American mink
Caribbean monk seal
Sea otter
American jackal
American badger
Arctic wolf
Californian sea lion
Red wolf
Black-footed ferret
Bearded seal
Least weasel
Northern raccoon
Northern sealion
American black bear
Brown bear
North american otter
American lynx
Common seal
Wild cat
Bay lynx
Larga seal
Arctic fox
Eyra cat
Dolphins, porpoises, and whales in United States
Ginkgo-toothed beaked whale
Grey dolphin
Atlantic dolphin
True's beaked whale
False killer whale
Bering sea beaked whale
Pygmy sperm whale
Killer whale
Bowhead whale
Fraser's dolphin
Common minke whale
Atlantic white-sided dolphin
Coalfish whale
White-beaked dolphin
Melon-headed whale
Bryde's whale
Bottle-nosed dolphin
Pacific white-sided dolphin
Blue whale
Common rorqual
Baird's beaked whale
Cuvier's beaked whale
Devil fish
Northern right whale dolphin
North atlantic right whale
Bridled dolphin
Pygmy killer whale
Atlantic spinner dolphin
Common porpoise
Long-beaked dolphin
Euphrosyne dolphin
Dall's porpoise
Rough-toothed dolphin
North atlantic beaked whale
Atlantic spotted dolphin
Arch-beaked whale
Blainville's beaked whale
Pacific pilot whale
Gervais' beaked whale
Long-finned pilot whale
Bats in United States
Yuma myotis
Allen's big-eared bat
Hairy-legged vampire bat
Silver-haired bat
Hawaiian hoary bat
Red bat
Pallas's mastiff bat
Southern yellow bat
Northern yellow bat
Seminole bat
Big brown bat
Ghost-faced bat
Greater long-nosed bat
Gray myotis
Southern long-nosed bat
Spotted bat
Indiana bat
Southwestern myotis
Wagner's bonneted bat
Southeastern myotis
Western bonneted bat
California myotis
Underwood's bonneted bat
Long-eared myotis
Keen's myotis
Eastern small-footed myotis
California leaf-nosed bat
Evening bat
Little brown bat
Pocketed free-tailed bat
Mexican long-tongued bat
Western pipistrelle
Big free-tailed bat
Brazilian free-tailed bat
Fringed myotis
Eastern pipistrelle
Pallid bat
Cave myotis
Townsend's big-eared bat
Long-legged myotis
Rafinesque's big-eared bat
American marsupials in United States
Virginia opossum
Hares, pikas, and rabbits in United States
Brush rabbit
Marsh rabbit
Pygmy rabbit
White-sided jackrabbit
Alaskan hare
Collared pika
American pika
Antelope jackrabbit
Snowshoe hare
Black-tailed jackrabbit
White-tailed jackrabbit
Swamp rabbit
New england cottontail
Audubon's cottontail
Eastern cottontail
Mountain cottontail
Rodents in United States
California chipmunk
Prairie vole
Soueastern pocket gopher
Florida mouse
Uinita ground squirrel
Northern grasshopper mouse
Texas antelope squirrel
California red tree mouse
Gray-footed chipmunk
Round-tailed muskrat
Creeping vole
Camas pocket gopher
Belding's ground squirrel
Southern grasshopper mouse
Botta's pocket gopher
Woodland vole
Wyoming pocket gopher
Merriam's ground squirrel
St. lawrence island collared lemming
Northern pygmy mouse
Southern pocket gopher
White-throated woodrat
Water vole
Beach vole
Mountain pocket gopher
Polynesian rat
Columbian ground squirrel
Idaho pocket gopher
Arizona woodrat
Western heather vole
Insular vole
Northern pocket gopher
Saltmarsh harvest mouse
Wyoming ground squirrel
Texas kangaroo rat
Mazama pocket gopher
Eastern heather vole
California vole
Townsend's pocket gopher
Fulvous harvest mouse
Golden mantled ground squirrel
Yellow-faced pocket gopher
Giant kangaroo rat
Northern bog lemming
Mexican vole
California kangaroo rat
Western harvest mouse
Piute ground squirrel
Stephens' kangaroo rat
Fresno kangaroo rat
Southern bog lemming
Root vole
Heermann's kangaroo rat
Plains harvest mouse
Richardson's ground squirrel
White-eared pocket mouse
Agile kangaroo rat
Eastern woodrat
Meadow vole
Chisel-toothed kangaroo rat
Arizona gray squirrel
Cascade golden-mantled ground squirrel
Arizona pocket mouse
Gulf coast kangaroo rat
Stephen's woodrat
Townsend's vole
Panamint kangaroo rat
Western gray squirrel
Spotted ground squirrel
Plains pocket mouse
Desert kangaroo rat
Texas mouse
Narrow-faced kangaroo rat
Mexican fox squirrel
Thirteen-lined ground squirrel
Silky pocket mouse
Merriam's kangaroo rat
Cotton mouse
Dark kangaroo mouse
Eastern fox squirrel
Alpine chipmunk
Little pocket mouse
Ord's kangaroo rat
Pacific jumping mouse
Oldfield mouse
Pale kangaroo mouse
Arizona cotton rat
Yellow-pine chipmunk
Great basin pocket mouse
Brush mouse
Phillips's kangaroo rat
Olive-backed pocket mouse
Tawny-bellied cotton rat
Gray-collared chipmunk
California mouse
Bushy-talied woodrat
San joaquin pocket mouse
Brown lemming
Hispid cotton rat
Cliff chipmunk
Canyon mouse
Golden mouse
Great basin pocket mouse
Yellow-nosed cotton rat
Least chipmunk
Yellow-cheeked chipmunk
Cactus mouse
North american porcupine
Marsh rice rat
Yellow-eared pocket mouse
Idaho ground squirrel
Mohave ground squirrel
Panamint chipmunk
White-footed mouse
American beaver
Columbian mouse
Woodland jumping mouse
Washington ground squirrel
Long-eared chipmunk
Deer mouse
Bailey's pocket mouse
Northern flying squirrel
Sitka mouse
Meadow jumping mouse
Townsend's ground squirrel
Colorado chipmunk
Black-eared mouse
California pocket mouse
Unalaska collared lemming
Pacific jumping mouse
California ground squirrel
Red-tailed chipmunk
Mesquite mouse
San diego pocket mouse
Red tree vole
Northern collared lemming
Mexican spiny pocket mouse
Mexican ground squirrel
Hopi chipmunk
Northern rock mouse
Long-tailed pocket mouse
Nelson's collred lemming
Arctic ground squirrel
Allen's chipmunk
White-ankled mouse
White-tailed antelope sqirrel
Dusky-footed woodrat
Hispid pocket mouse
Bering collared lemming
Round-tailed ground squirrel
Siskiyou chipmunk
Pinyon mouse
Gunnison's prairie dog
Desert woodrat
Rock pocket mouse
Sagebrush vole
Rock squirrel
Sonoma chipmunk
White-tailed prairie dog
Mexican woodrat
Nelson's pocket mouse
Gray-tailed vole
Lodgepole chipmunk
Alaska marmot
Southern plains woodrat
Desert pocket mouse
Rock vole
Eastern chipmunk
Hoary marmot
Desert pocket gopher
Spiny pocket mouse
Long-tailed vole
Townsend's chipmunk
Yellow-bellied marmot
Texas pocket gopher
Nelson's antelope squirrel
Taiga vole
Uinta chipmunk
Utah prairie dog
Franklin's ground squirrel
Douglas's squirrel
Olympic marmot
Southern flying squirrel
Arizona black-tailed prairie dog
Palmer's chipmunk
Singing vole
Red squirrel
Abert's squirrel
Mountain beaver
Merriam's chipmunk
Montane vole
Plains pocket gopher
Eastern gray squirrel
Mearns's grasshopper mouse
Harris's antelope squirrel
White-footed vole
Dugongs, manatees, and sea cows in United States
Steller's sea cow
American manatee
Edentates in United States
Common long-nosed armadillo
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