Animals that Start with B


Starting with BA
  1. babbler
  2. babesiidae
  3. babiroussa
  4. babirusa
  5. babirussa
  6. baboon
  7. baby
  8. babyrousa
  9. bacillaceae
  10. bacillariophyceae
  11. bacillus
  12. backswimmer
  13. bacteria
  14. bacteriochlorophyll
  15. bacteriophage
  16. bacterium
  17. bacteroid
  18. bacteroidaceae
  19. bacteroides
  20. badger
  21. bag
  22. baiomys
  23. bairdiella
  24. balaena
  25. balaeniceps
  26. balaenicipitidae
  27. balaenidae
  28. balaenoptera
  29. balaenopteridae
  30. balancer
  31. balanidae
  32. balanus
  33. baldpate
  34. balistes
  35. balistidae
  36. balloonfish
  37. bandicoot
  38. bandtail
  39. bangiaceae
  40. bangtail
  41. bankia
  42. bantam
  43. banteng
  44. banting
  45. baranduki
  46. barb
  47. barbel
  48. barbet
  49. barbu
  50. barker
  51. barnacle
  52. baronduki
  53. barosaur
  54. barosaurus
  55. barracouta
  56. barracuda
  57. barramundi
  58. barrelfish
  59. bartramia
  60. barunduki
  61. basenji
  62. basiliscus
  63. basilisk
  64. bass
  65. bassariscidae
  66. bassariscus
  67. bassarisk
  68. basset
  69. bat
  70. batfish
  71. bathyergidae
  72. bathyergus
  73. batoidei
  74. batrachia
  75. batrachian
  76. batrachoididae
  77. batrachoseps
  78. bay
  79. baya



Starting with BE
  1. beagle
  2. beak
  3. bear
  4. bearcat
  5. beard
  6. beaugregory
  7. beaver
  8. bee
  9. beef
  10. beefalo
  11. beetle
  12. belemnite
  13. belemnitidae
  14. belemnoidea
  15. bellbird
  16. bellwether
  17. belly
  18. belonidae
  19. belostomatidae
  20. beluga
  21. bemisia
  22. bergall
  23. berner
  24. beroe
  25. berycomorphi
  26. bettong
  27. bettongia

Starting with BI
  1. bibos
  2. biddy
  3. bigeye
  4. bighorn
  5. bilby
  6. bill
  7. billfish
  8. billy
  9. binturong
  10. biped
  11. bird
  12. bird of paradise
  13. bird of passage
  14. bison
  15. bitis
  16. bittacidae
  17. bittern
  18. bivalve
  19. bivalvia

Starting with BL
  1. blaberus
  2. black sheep
  3. blackbeetle
  4. blackbird
  5. blackbuck
  6. blackburn
  7. blackcap
  8. blackfish
  9. blackfly
  10. blackpoll
  11. blacksnake
  12. blacktail
  13. bladdernose
  14. bladderwrack
  15. blanquillo
  16. blarina
  17. blastocele
  18. blastocoel
  19. blastocoele
  20. blastocyst
  21. blastoderm
  22. blastodisc
  23. blastomere
  24. blastopore
  25. blastosphere
  26. blastula
  27. blatta
  28. blattaria
  29. blattella
  30. blattidae
  31. blattodea
  32. blenniidae
  33. blennioid
  34. blennioidea
  35. blennius
  36. blenny
  37. blindworm
  38. blissus
  39. bloodhound
  40. bloodworm
  41. blower
  42. blowfish
  43. blowfly
  44. blue
  45. bluebill
  46. bluebird
  47. bluebottle
  48. bluefin
  49. bluefish
  50. bluegill
  51. bluehead
  52. bluepoint
  53. bluethroat
  54. bluetick



Starting with BO
  1. boa
  2. boar
  3. boarfish
  4. boarhound
  5. boatbill
  6. bob
  7. bobcat
  8. bobolink
  9. bobtail
  10. bobwhite
  11. boidae
  12. bollworm
  13. bolti
  14. bombina
  15. bombus
  16. bombycid
  17. bombycidae
  18. bombycilla
  19. bombycillidae
  20. bombyliidae
  21. bombyx
  22. bonasa
  23. bonefish
  24. bongo
  25. bonito
  26. bonnethead
  27. bonobo
  28. bonxie
  29. booklouse
  30. borer
  31. borrelia
  32. borzoi
  33. bos
  34. boselaphus
  35. botaurus
  36. bothidae
  37. bothrops
  38. bottlenose
  39. botulinum
  40. botulinus
  41. bovid
  42. bovidae
  43. bovinae
  44. bovine
  45. bovini
  46. bowerbird
  47. bowfin
  48. bowhead
  49. boxer
  50. boxfish

Starting with BR
  1. brachinus
  2. brachiopod
  3. brachiopoda
  4. brachyura
  5. brachyuran
  6. bradypodidae
  7. bradypus
  8. brahma
  9. brahman
  10. brahmin
  11. brama
  12. brambling
  13. bramidae
  14. branchia
  15. branchiobdella
  16. branchiobdellidae
  17. branchiopod
  18. branchiopoda
  19. branchiopodan
  20. branchiostegidae
  21. branchiostomidae
  22. branchiura
  23. brant
  24. branta
  25. bream
  26. breast
  27. brent
  28. brevicipitidae
  29. brevoortia
  30. briard
  31. brill
  32. brisling
  33. bristle
  34. bristletail
  35. brit
  36. britt
  37. broadbill
  38. broadtail
  39. brocket
  40. bronc
  41. broncho
  42. bronco
  43. brontosaur
  44. brontosaurus
  45. broodmare
  46. broody
  47. brosmius
  48. brotula
  49. brotulidae
  50. browntail
  51. brucella
  52. bruchidae
  53. bruchus
  54. bruin
  55. brush
  56. bryozoa
  57. bryozoan

Starting with BU
  1. bubalus
  2. bubo
  3. bubulcus
  4. buccinidae
  5. bucconidae
  6. bucephala
  7. buceros
  8. bucerotidae
  9. buck
  10. buckskin
  11. budgereegah
  12. budgerigar
  13. budgerygah
  14. budgie
  15. budorcas
  16. buffalo
  17. buffalofish
  18. bufflehead
  19. bufo
  20. bufonidae
  21. bug
  22. bulbul
  23. bull
  24. bullbat
  25. bulldog
  26. bullfinch
  27. bullfrog
  28. bullhead
  29. bullock
  30. bullterrier
  31. bumblebee
  32. bungarus
  33. bunny
  34. bunting
  35. bunyaviridae
  36. bunyavirus
  37. burbot
  38. burhinidae
  39. burhinus
  40. burmeisteria
  41. burrfish
  42. burro
  43. burunduki
  44. bushbaby
  45. bushbuck
  46. bustard
  47. butcherbird
  48. buteo
  49. buteonine
  50. butterball
  51. butterfish
  52. butterfly
  53. butterflyfish
  54. buzzard

Starting with BY
  1. bycatch
  2. byssus



Animals that Start with B

Bears, boas, and bees are animals that names start with the letter B. There are many other new animals’ names that you can learn and you can be sure these animals really exist!

 

Mammals that start with B

 

Babirusa: -Indonesian wild pig with enormous curved canine teeth.

-We were able to see a couple of babirusa at the Indonesia Zoo. To me, they looked so funny with their tall, thin legs and their fat bodies.

 

Berner: -large, powerful long-haired black-coated Swiss dog with deep tan or russet markings on legs and white blaze and feet and chest marking; formerly used for draft.

-I would love to have a Berner dog, but I doubt it fits in my apartment, maybe I should consider a smaller breed.

 

Bladdernose: medium-sized blackish-grey seal with large inflatable sac on the head; of Arctic and northern Atlantic waters.

-From all the seal species, bladdernose is one of the most aggressive species. Males can inflate their hood the size of a ball.

 

Bonobo: small chimpanzee of swamp forests in Zaire; a threatened species.

-Studies have shown that the Bonobo is one of the closest relatives of humans sharing almost 100% of DNA.

 

Broodmare: a female horse used for breeding.

-When Sheyla visited her grandparent’s ranch, from all the animals there, one took her attention. The black broodmare was pregnant.

 

Reptiles that start with B

 

Basiliscus: a reptile genus of Iguanidae.

-The guide explained us that the Basiliscus is also known as the Jesus Lizard because of its ability to run across water.

 

Blacksnake: blackish racer of the eastern United States that grows to six feet. -large harmless shiny black North American snake.

– There are around ten species of blacksnake. They occur on all continents predominantly in the United States and Australia.

 

Boidae: boas and pythons.

-Although the boidae are a nonvenomous family of snakes, they are too impressive, at first sight.

 

Birds that start with B

 

Bandtail: wild pigeon of western North America; often mistaken for the now extinct passenger pigeon.

-A large flock of bandtails flew over the forest. Flying together protect them from predators.

 

 

 

Bellbird: any of several tropical American birds of the genus Procnias having a bell-like call.

– People in New Zealand sure could recognize a bellbird from other birds. Its song has been described as the sound of bells.

 

Biddy: young bird especially of domestic fowl. -adult female chicken.

-The class went on a field trip to a biddy farm. They were able to see and feed the chicks with some corn.

 

Bluebill: diving ducks of North America having a bluish-grey bill.

-As the bluebill swam alone in the lake, the old lady got closer; she stood still there just admiring it.

 

Bluethroat: songbird of northern Europe and Asia.

-The bluethroat impressed the bird watchers with its brilliant blue plumage on the throat. It’s a beautiful bird.

 

Insects and Critters that start with B

 

Backswimmer: predaceous aquatic insect that swims on its back and may inflict painful bites.

Backswimmers aren’t just good swimmers! They also like to fly at night when they are attracted to artificial lights.

 

Bittacidae: a family of predacious tropical insects of the order Mecoptera.

-Have you ever heard of a scorpionfly? Well, the bittacidae are commonly named as scorpionflies or hangingflies.

 

Bollworm: any of various moth caterpillars that destroy cotton bolls.

-These little creatures eat fruit crops but what the bollworm likes most is to eat cotton bolls.

 

Brachinus: bombardier beetles.

-The brachinus receives its name from its peculiar defense system, ejecting a liquid from the anus with an exploding sound.

 

Bruchidae: seed beetles.

-Just in Mexico, one hundred and six species of bruchidae are found.

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