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Amazing Mammals! is a LeapPad game including the interactive book and cartridge available in Leap 3. It is also available in Leap 2. It is also available in the LeapPad Pro. It is also is in A Collection from the LeapPad Library featuring Bottlenose Dolphin. It teaches science with mammals and other kinds of animals in habitats around the world and where they live.

Table of Contents

  • African Lion
  • African Elephant
  • Mountain Gorilla
  • Polar Bear
  • Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Timber Wolf
  • Vampire Bat
  • Marsupials & Monotremes
  • Amazing Mammals!
  • Animal Kingdom

Mammals

  • African Lion
  • African Elephant
  • Mountain Gorilla
  • Polar Bear
  • Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Timber Wolf
  • Vampire Bat
  • Red Kangaroo
  • Platypus

Animal Kingdom

There are other types of animals that live in the world.

  • Mammals
  • Birds
  • Reptiles
  • Amphibians
  • Fishes
  • Invertebrates
  • Insects and Arachnids

Habitats

The mammals live around the world with other animals.

  • Savanna Grassland
  • Rainforest
  • Arctic Tundra
  • Ocean
  • Mountains
  • Forest
  • Desert
  • Scrubland

Globe

The animals come from around the world and are on the continents and oceans on the globe. The red mark is on a continent or an ocean where different kinds of animals live.

Continents

  • North America
  • South America
  • Australia
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Oceania
  • Antarctica

Oceans

  • Pacific Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Indian Ocean
  • Southern Ocean
  • Arctic Ocean

Other Animals

African Lion

  • giraffe
  • zebra
  • wildebeest
  • ostrich
  • hyena
  • vulture

African Elephant

  • giraffe
  • zebra
  • rhinoceros
  • ostrich
  • hyena
  • beetle
  • termite

Mountain Gorilla

  • duiker
  • hyrax
  • termite

Polar Bear

  • walrus
  • albatross
  • seal
  • caribou
  • killer whale (orca)
  • Arctic fox

Bottlenose Dolphin

  • brown pelican
  • crab
  • shrimp
  • squid
  • tiger shark
  • starfish
  • sea horse

Timber Wolf

  • moose
  • bear
  • rabbit
  • fox
  • squirrel
  • owl
  • deer

Vampire Bat

  • snake
  • cow
  • beetle
  • owl

Marsupials and Monotremes

Red Kangaroo

  • sheep
  • porcupine
  • dingo
  • termite

Platypus

  • koala
  • lobster

Types of Animals

  • squirrel
  • bear
  • chipmunk
  • blue whale
  • porcupine
  • lion
  • hedgehog
  • coyote
  • possum
  • dolphin
  • meerkat
  • crocodile
  • otter
  • raccoon
  • hyena
  • jackal
  • fox
  • monkey
  • panda
  • deer
  • black leopard
  • wombat
  • kangaroo
  • tiger
  • cheetah
  • giraffe
  • jaguar
  • hippopotamus
  • wolf
  • elephant
  • chimpanzee
  • gorilla
  • snake
  • eagle
  • vulture
  • elk
  • antelope
  • camel
  • owl
  • ox
  • alligator
  • panther
  • parrot
  • flamingo
  • impala
  • warthog
  • rhinoceros
  • blackbuck
  • beaver
  • woodpecker
  • walrus
  • toad
  • starfish
  • shark
  • reindeer
  • rat
  • rabbit
  • mole
  • lizard
  • leopard
  • koala
  • jellyfish
  • hare
  • frog
  • crab
  • bat
  • bald eagle
  • badger
  • arctic wolf
  • white-tailed deer
  • warbler
  • walleye
  • wallaby
  • vole
  • turtle
  • tree frog
  • toucan
  • thrush
  • tetra fish
  • tayra
  • tarantula
  • tapir
  • spider monkey
  • sparrow
  • skunk
  • scorpion
  • salamander
  • potoroo
  • poison dart frog
  • piranha
  • parakeet
  • orangutan
  • okapi
  • moth
  • moose
  • marmoset
  • mandrill
  • macaw
  • lemur
  • kodkod
  • kingfisher
  • jay
  • iguana
  • hummingbird
  • hornbill
  • hawk
  • grouse
  • flying squirrel
  • finch
  • electric eel
  • coconut crab
  • chameleon
  • catfish
  • cassowary
  • capybara
  • caiman
  • butterfly
  • bull shark
  • brown skink
  • brocket deer
  • bobcat
  • bass
  • bandicoot
  • baboon
  • bison
  • red panda
  • yak
  • wren
  • worm
  • whydah
  • white-eye
  • whistler
  • weasel
  • viper
  • vicuna
  • trogon
  • tit
  • tamarin
  • takin
  • stick bug
  • starling
  • spectacled bear
  • snow leopard
  • raven
  • ptarmigan
  • newt
  • markhor
  • lammergeier
  • klipspringer
  • kiang
  • ibex
  • hyrax
  • guinea pig
  • giant panda
  • geoffroy’s cat
  • flowerpecker
  • falcon
  • echidna
  • duiker
  • drongo
  • dipper
  • dhole
  • degu
  • crow
  • crane fly
  • cougar
  • cotton rat
  • cotinga
  • colugo
  • coati
  • clouded leopard
  • civet
  • chough
  • chiru
  • chinchilla
  • chamois
  • caribou
  • cardinal
  • caracal
  • buzzard
  • bulbul
  • brown bear
  • boa
  • blue sheep
  • bird
  • beetle
  • bee
  • asian black bear
  • andean mountain cat
  • alpine salamander
  • alpine chough
  • alpaca
  • african wild dog
  • african buffalo
  • accentor

Mammals Around the World

Mammal Diet Habitat Continent/Ocean
African Lion Carnivore Grassland (Savanna) Africa
African Elephant Herbivore Grassland (Savanna) and Rainforest (Congo) Africa
Mountain Gorilla Omnivore Rainforest (Congo) Africa
Polar Bear Carnivore Tundra (Arctic) North America, Europe, and Asia
Bottlenose Dolphin Carnivore Ocean Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian
Timber Wolf Carnivore Forest North America
Vampire Bat Insectivore Forest North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa
Red Kangaroo Omnivore Outback Australia & Oceania
Platypus Omnivore Swamp Australia & Oceania

Game

A binoculars icon is at the bottom of the page to play a game.

Trivia

  • Scorpions and spiders aren't insects; they're arachnids (arthropods with four pairs of legs).
  • Other animals live all over the world.
  • The globe has red marks where the mammal lived.
  • Marsupials and monotremes live in Australia.
  • The Arctic in the North Pole has the polar bear and other animals and Antarctica is the South Pole.
  • The elephant and the lion are in the savanna in Africa.
  • "Find it!" is the game with the binoculars.
  • Mammals and other animals live all over the world.
  • The animal kingdom page is not interactive.
  • The red mark is on the globe to where the animal lives.

Animals

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