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This list of fictional animals contains notable fictional animals of species that do not have a separate list among either the lists of fictional animals or the lists of fictional species.

Mammals

Aardvarks

Bats

Carnivorans (mostly carnivorous mammals)

Bears

See List of fictional bears

Canines

See List of fictional canines
See also List of fictional dogs
See also List of fictional wolves

Felines

See List of fictional cats and other felines
See also List of fictional big cats

Hyenas

Mongooses (including meerkats)

Musteloids (including mustelids, raccoons, skunks, red pandas, etc)

See List of fictional musteloids
See List of fictional badgers and List of fictional raccoons

Pinnipeds (walruses, seals, sea lions)

See List of fictional pinnipeds

Eulipotyphlans (hedgehogs, moles, shrews, desmans, etc.)

Lagomorphs (rabbits, hares, pikas)

See List of fictional rabbits and hares

Marsupials (kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, koalas, opossums, Tasmanian devils, wombats)

See List of fictional marsupials

Monotremes (platypuses, echidnas)

Platypuses

Echidnas

Fictional monotreme species

Pangolins

Primates

See List of fictional primates

Rodents

See List of fictional rodents

Ungulates (cattle, equines, deer, camels, giraffes, pigs, elephants, rhinoceroses)

See List of fictional ungulates
See also List of fictional horses
See also List of fictional pachyderms (elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotami)
See also List of fictional pigs

Cetaceans (whales, dolphins, porpoises)

Whales
Dolphins (including Orcas)
Porpoises

Sirenians (dugongs and manatees)

Xenarthrans (armadillos, anteaters, sloths)

Others

Non-mammal vertebrates

Fish

See List of fictional fish

Amphibians

See List of fictional frogs and toads

Reptiles

See List of fictional reptiles
See also List of fictional crocodiles and alligators
See also List of fictional dinosaurs
See also List of fictional snakes
See also List of fictional turtles

Birds

See List of fictional birds
See also List of fictional birds of prey
See also List of fictional ducks
See also List of fictional penguins

Invertebrates

Arthropods

See List of fictional arthropods

Echinoderms (starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, etc.)

Mollusks

Cephalopods (octopuses, squids)

Snails and slugs

Bivalves

Jellyfish

Water bears

Others

See also List of fictional parasites
See also List of fictional worms

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