Animals by Location

Animals. There are more than one million species on Earth, with new ones discovered each day.

(There were more than 280 new species of fish discovered in 2020 alone!)

And from one country to the next you’ll discover incredible new creatures. From the scimitar-horned oryx which can be found in African countries like Morocco, to the rare giant panda in China’s foothills, there’s always new animals to discover.

Simply click on a country or continent below to get started.

Animals in Africa

A African Penguin
African Penguin

The only penguin species in Africa!

A Crab

There are 93 different crab groups

A Honey Badger
Honey Badger

One of earth's bravest creatures!

Click to see a List of all African Animals.

Animal Locations in Africa

Animals in Antarctica

A King Penguin
King Penguin

More than 2 million breeding pairs!

A Rockhopper Penguin
Rockhopper Penguin

There are 3 different species!

A Adelie Penguin
Adelie Penguin

Eats up to 2kg of food per day!

Click to see a List of all Antarctican Animals.

Animals in Asia

A Rabbit

There are more than 50 different species!

A Gecko

There are thought to be over 2,000 species!

A Barb

There are over 2,000 known species!

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Animal Locations in Asia

Animals in Central America

A Huntsman Spider
Huntsman Spider

Some huntsman spiders have an interesting way of moving around. Some cartwheel while others do handsprings or backflips.

A Toucan

There are more than 40 different species!

A Otter

There are 13 different species worldwide

Click to see a List of all Central American Animals.

Animal Locations in Central America

Animals in Eurasia

A Nightingale

Named more than 1,000 years ago!

A Fly

There are more than 240,000 different species!

A Kingfisher

Inhabits wetlands and woodlands worldwide!

Click to see a List of all Eurasian Animals.

Animal Locations in Eurasia

Animals in Europe

A Polish Lowland Sheepdog
Polish Lowland Sheepdog

Despite having shaggy hair that covers its eyes, this dog is known for its watchful gaze when guarding a herd.

A Alpine Dachsbracke
Alpine Dachsbracke

Good companion and hard-working breed!

A Thrush

The American robin is called the robin because its red breast reminded European settlers of the robin back in the old country.

Click to see a List of all European Animals.

Animal Locations in Europe

Animals in North America

A Beagador

Beagadors like to dig, so make sure your garden has a good fence around it.

A Cow

There are nearly 1.5 million worldwide!

A Gray Tree Frog
Gray Tree Frog

Survives freezing temperatures by producing glycerol and maintaining slower metabolic processes

Click to see a List of all North American Animals.

Animal Locations in North America

Ocean Animals

A Sixgill shark
Sixgill shark

The sixgill shark has six pairs of gills instead of the normal five

A Wolf Eel
Wolf Eel

Wolf Eels may become tame and interact with human in areas where people frequently dive.

A Wandering Albatross
Wandering Albatross

Featured in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

Click to see a List of all Marine Animals.

Animal Ocean Locations

Animals in Oceania

A Labradoodle

Friendly and energetic mix-breed!

A Budgerigar

Natively found in Australia!

A Mayfly

There are 2,500 known species worldwide!

Click to see a List of all Oceanian Animals.

Animal Locations in Oceania

Animals in South America

A Moorhen

Feeds on aquatic insects and water-spiders!

A Skink Lizard
Skink Lizard

Some skinks lay eggs in some habitats while giving birth to skinklets in other habitats.

A Wolf

Thought to date back more than 300,000 years!

Click to see a List of all South American Animals.

Animal Locations in South America

Countries Animals Lists

Click any of the countries below to see a detailed list of animals located in that country!