Type
Crossword
Description

the tortrices that Forrest Galante discovered Fernandina Giant Tortoise
the crocodile that Forrest galante found rio apaporis caiman
the larges spises of lizard in the world kamado dragon
the only lizard that can swim marine iguana
the only primate in madagascar lemurs lemurs
larges bird to day ostridge
larges penguin emperor penguin
largest land mammal bush elephant
an animal that makes sun cream hippo
the longest necked mammal giraffe
most deadly animal on earth to people mosquito
second largest shark baskshark
only grate ape in Asia orangutan
the spices of a fox vulpine
largest otter giant otter

Zoo Animals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Anteater
Antelope
Armadillo
Badger
Bat
Bear
Bonobo
Bowerbird
Butterfly
Camel
Cheetah
Chimpanzee
Cobra
Cockatoo
Crocodilian
Dolphin
Eagle
Echidna
Elephant
Emu
Flamingo
Giraffe
Gorilla
Hippo
Hummingbird
Iguana
Jaguar
Kangaroo
Kiwi
Koala
Kookaburra
Lemur
Lion
Lizard
Meerkat
Monkey
Ostrich
Otter
Owl
Panda
Parrot
Penguin
Raccoon
Reindeer
Santa
Snake
Spider
Tortoise
Toucan
Tree Frog
Whale
Wolf
Wombat
Zebra

Endangered animals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Sloth
Parrot
Killer whale
Tapir
Rhinoceros
Porpoise
Lemur
Wolverine
Arctic fox
Arctic wolf
Giant panda
Golden Lion Tamarin
Jaguar
Ocelot
Orangutan
Polarbear
Red panda
Salamander
Sea otter
Seacow

Animals & Birds Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Flying Fox Bat
Slow, sleeps, digs & eats Wombat
From Madagascar Lemur
I can't fly but I can run Emu
Leaps & Bounds Kangaroo
I have a striking tail Peacock
Kaa BoaConstrictor
Bird of Prey WedgetailEagle
Rather large smiley lizard Iguana
Tiny tiny monkey Marmoset
I have rather large teeth and a short snout Alligator
Sounds like I belong to a cutlery set Spoonbill
Group Leader Dingo
I look out for family Meerkat
Look a lot like a guinea pig only bigger Capybara
One hump or two Camel
His beak holds more than his belly can! Pelican
Bagheera Panther
Egg-laying Australian mammal Echidna
I have bright rainbow colours Lorriket
I have a shell & live in rivers & creeks Yabby
I'm know as a kid Goat
I'm Nocturnal with large ears & nose Bilby

Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A. Lives in a swamp, river Alligator
B. Hibernate in winter Bear
C. Can walk like a human Chimpanzee
D. People hunt them Deer
E. Are in zoos Elephant
F. slimy and green Frog
G. HONK Goose
H. Gloria. Penguins of Madagascar Hippopotamus
I. Lizard from Mexico Iguana
J. Panthera Onca Jaguar
K. Australia Kangaroo
L. King Julian Lemur
M. Large Antlers Moose
N. Lives in sea. has large tusk Narwhal
O. Hoo Owl
P. Flightless bird Pengiun
Q. Small bird Quail
R. Rhino Rhinoceros
S. Lives in Sea Starfish
T. SLOW Turtle
U. Magical creature Unicorn
V. Scavenging bird of pray Vulture
W. Large flippered Marine Mammal Walrus
X. Rainforest Bird Xerus
Z. Stripped horse Zebra

Zoo Animals Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Tiger
zebra
otter
orangutan
spider monkey
gibbon
bison
llama
alpaca
snow leopard
tortoise
lemur
eagle
grizzly bear
peacock
kangaroo
cougar
bobcat
fossa
alligator

Primates Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bonobos
rhesus
macaques
mandrill
baboon
apes
brachiation
fusionfission
troop
silverback
orangutans
smell
gibbon
chimpanzee
gorilla

Primates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A large mainly solitary arboreal ape with long reddish hair, long arms, and hooked hands and feet, native to Borneo and Sumatra. Orangutan
A large Old World ground-dwelling monkey with a long doglike snout, large teeth, and naked callosities on the buttocks. Baboon
A large primate that lacks a tail, including the gorilla, chimpanzees, orangutan, and gibbons. Ape
A powerfully built great ape with a large head and short neck, found in the forests of central Africa. It is the largest living primate. Gorilla
Carefully picking through hair or fur looking for insects, twigs, and other debris. This is common behavior for primates Grooming
The biological order that includes humans, monkeys, apes, and prosimians. Primates
A term referring to North, Central, and South America. By comparison, the Old World refers to Europe, Africa, and Asia. NewWorld
A term referring to the ability to walk and run on two feet. By comparison, four footed animals are quadrupedal. Bipedal
A South Asian prosimian in the superfamily Lorisoidea. They are slow, cautious climbers and creepers on forest branches. They have unpleasant tasting poisonous saliva that they lick onto their fur Loris
Ring-tailed primate of Madagascar Lemur
Man's closest kin, African ape with advanced intelligence. Chimpanzee
A medium-sized, chiefly forest-dwelling Old World monkey that has a long face and cheek pouches for holding food. Macaque
A chimpanzee with a black face and black hair, found in the rain forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo Bonobo
An animal or person that eats food of both plant and animal origin. Omnivore
An animal that feeds on plants. Herbivore

Endangered Wild Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Scientific terminology for a wolf? (2 wrds) Canis Lupus
An aquatic fowl? Penguin
The fastest land animal that can reach speeds of 70 mph? Cheetah
King of the jungle? Lion
What is the largest primate in the world? (3 wrds) Silver Back Ape
What is the only red meat fowl, originating from Australia, but now raised in the United States? Emu
Flightless fowl, Emperor, Little, King, Adelie, Gentoo, ect. Penguin
A canine that lives in the tundra of the Arctic Circle? (2 wrds) Arctic Fox
The smaller of the 2 endangered species this African quadruped has 2 horns and sometimes a 3rd. Black Rhino
A highly intelligent, Multicolored, Amazonian fowl, that mates for life and can live up to 60 years of age. Macaw
A marine mammal that spends most its life on a sea of Arctic frozen ice? Kids love to snuggle their stuffed counterpart. (2 wrds) Polar Bear
The larges( sea mammal. {2 wrds) Blue Whale
Feline that has adapted to the cold of the high mountains of the middle eastern mountains. Its powerful hind legs allows it to Jump 6 times its body length. 92 WRDS) snow Leopard
The fasted hoofed animal in North America. Pronghorn
An arctic mammal that is sometimes related to a unicorn. Narwhal
What tigeris mainly found in India but is also found in Nepal, China and Myanmar. It favors the jungle habitat. Bengal
A cousin to the Manatees this ocean dwelling mammal is also know as the "Sea Cow". Dugongs
What is the largest turtle? (2 wrds) Galapagos Tortoises
Also known as the "River Horse" this mammal causes more deaths , of humans, than any other animal in the African jungle. Hippopotamus
These South American felines are great swimmers and climbers. Jaguars
With less than 100 thought to exist this porpoise is the rarest marine mammal in the world. Vaquita

Human Evolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

dryopithecians
proconsul
central america
primates
lemurs
tarsiers
new world monkey
old world monkey
gibbons
orangutans
gorillas
chimpanzees
humans
biocultural evolution
hunter gatherers
denisovans
coMagnons
neandertals
prosimians
anthropoids
hominins
hindlimbs
forelimbs
opposoable thumb
arboreal
Primates

Animal extinction Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is an animal going into extinction called ? Endangered
Its a large white arctic bear and lives mainly on the pact ice. Polar Bear
A bottom-dwelling marine ray with flattened diamond-shaped body Sting Ray
An aquatic marine otter , of North Pacific coast Sea Otter
A very large solitary cat with a yellow-brown coat striped with black Tiger
Any of serval small nocturnal arboreal genera African primates , with large eyes , long ears , and a long tail African bush baby
A medium-sized wild cat that has a tawny yellow coat marked with black blotches A Ocelot
A same gregarious toothed whale that has a beak-like snot Dolphin
A very large marine , mammal with a streamline hairless body ,and a horizontal tail fin Whale
A small to medium-sized primate that typically has a long tail Monkey
A large African mammal with a very long neck and forelegs Giraffe
A large bearlike mammal with characteristics black and white Panda
A small , slow-moving nocturnal primate with a short or absent tail Slow loris
A slow moving reptile , enclosed on a scaly or leathery domed shell Turtle
A panel designed to absorb the sun's rays as a source of energy for generating electricity or heating Solar Panel