Better known as Terrestrial animals, these are animals that live predominately on land. With over 6-million land creatures inhabiting the earth (majority of them to yet be discovered), we still will most likely struggle to name 50 of them. Fortunately, many still survive in the wilds and/or occupy our zoos (in many for their own survival). Let's not forget many star as school mascots. Exotic, percular, large or small, they all share the same air and planet with us, and don't mind being a subject for our photography...Walter Pietrowicz
Family: Felidae and include Jaguars, Tigers, Bobcats, Ocelots, Cheetahs, Servals and many others.
Family: Canidae and includes Dogs, Foxes, Wolves, Coyotes, and others.
Family: Ursidae and includes Brown Bears, Polar Bears, Black Bears, Giant Panda and others.
Family: Hylobitadae & Hominidae and includes Gibbons, Apes, Chimpanzees Humans and other.
Basically any hoofed animal is an Ungulate. From Antelope, Camel, Cape Buffalo, Cow, Goat, Moose, Pig to Zebra, and many more in-between.
• ALL OTHER ANIMALS
This is a catch-all for those animals that which rely on both terrestrial and aquatic habitats, like amphibians.