İngilizce Hayvanlar Yazılışları ve Okunuşları


Hayvan isimlerinin ingilizceleri, türkçe karşılıkları, yazılışları ve okunuşları. Tüm hayvanlar (animals) ingilizceleri ve okunuşu dinle.

İngilizce Hayvanlar Yazılışları ve Okunuşları


Alligator – Timsah

Alligator is a type of large reptile that appeared on the planet 37 million years ago. There are two species of alligator: American alligator, that lives in the southern parts of the USA, and Chinese alligator, that lives in the eastern parts of China.



Ant – Karınca

Ant is a type of social insect. There are more than 12.000 species of ants and nearly as much species that are not discovered yet. Ants have appeared on the planet 130 million years ago.



Anteater – Karıncayiyen

Anteaters are funny-looking creatures that can be found in Central and South America. They live in grasslands, woodlands, rainforests and deciduous forests. There are four types of anteaters. Some of them are near threatened species.



Antelope – Antilop

Antelopes are large and diverse group of animals of the cow family (Bovidae). They live in Africa, Asia, Middle East and North America. Antelopes can be found in grasslands, mountains, deserts and wetlands.



Badger – Porsuk

Badger is small mammal that belongs to the weasel family. There are 11 species of badger divided in three subfamilies: Eurasian badgers (9 species), African badger (honey badger) and American badger.



Bat – Yarasa

Bats are large and diverse group of flying mammals. They inhabit all continents except Antarctica. There are 1100 species of bats, making the quarter of all known mammal species.



Bear – Ayı

When you think of a big, fierce bear, you’re probably thinking of brown bears. North American brown bears are sometimes called grizzlies, and they are definitely big, fierce animals.



Beaver – Kunduz

Beaver is one of the largest rodents in the world. There are two species of beavers: American and Eurasian. As their name implies, American beaver inhabits North America and Eurasian inhabits Europe and Asia.


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Bee – Arı

Honey bee is easily recognized and highly appreciated type of insect. There are seven species of honey bees that are further divided in 44 subspecies. Honey bee originates from South and Southeast Asia and possibly Europe.



Bird – Kuş

Birds live all over the world. They range in size from the 5 cm (2 in) bee hummingbird to the 2.70m (9 ft) ostrich. They are the class of tetrapods with the most living species: about ten thousand. More than half of these are passerines, sometimes known as perching birds.



Bull – Boğa

Bulls are uncastrated adult male cattle that are used for breeding and rodeo riding. There are many breeds of cattle such as Angus and Hereford, which are bred specifically for meat and Jerseys, which are bred specifically to produce milk.



Butterfly – Kelebek

The word butterfly was first used to describe the brimstone butterfly because it was a butter coloured insect. Eventually the term came to include all the species. A butterfly is an insect with a small body.



Camel – Deve

Camel is a large hoofed animal that is most commonly found in the hot deserts of Northern Africa and the Middle East. Thought to have been first domesticated by native people more than 5,000 years ago.


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Cat – Kedi

Cats seem to date back to around ancient Egyptian times, when they were worshipped and heralded as sacred animals to the Gods in Egypt. The cat has since become an honoured and valued member of family homes worldwide.



Caterpillar – Tırtıl

A caterpillar is a young butterfly or moth that has just hatched out of its egg. A caterpillar is a kind of larva. When it is older, the caterpillar will turn into a pupa (also known as a chrysalis), and then later the pupa will turn into a butterfly.



Cattle – Sığır

Cattle, domesticated bovine farm animals that are raised for their meat, milk, or hides or for draft purposes. The animals most often included under the term are the Western or European domesticated cattle as well as the Indian and African domesticated cattle.



Chameleon – Bukalemun

The chameleon is a very distinctive and well-known species of lizard, due to the large eyes and curled tail of the chameleon.



Chicken – Tavuk

Chickens are omnivorous animals meaning that they eat a mixture of plant and animal matter. Although chickens are commonly seen scratching on the ground in search of seeds, berries and insects.



Cow – İnek

Cows are raised in many different countries around the world, mainly for the cow’s natural resources such as milk, meat and leather. In India, the cow is seen as a sacred animal.



Crab – Yengeç

The crab is a type of crustacean similar to prawns, shrimp and lobster. There are more than 6,700 known species of crab found in waters worldwide and these many crab species are split into around 93 different crab groups.



Crocodile – Timsah

Crocodiles are large sized reptiles with thick, scaly skin that is made up of armoured, waterproof plates that both protects them from potential predators and also prevents their bodies from drying out.



Crow – Karga

Crows are black birds known for their intelligence and adaptability, and for their loud, harsh “caw.” They also have a reputation for damaging crops; however, their impact may be less than previously thought.



Dinosaur – Dinazor

Dinosaurs roamed the Earth over 200 million years ago and were the dominant terrestrial vertebrate for 135 million years. It is believed their extinction came about because of changes in the climate they couldn’t adapt to.



Dog – Köpek

Dogs are thought to have been first domesticated in East Asia thousands of years ago. People primarily used dogs for guarding the hunters and areas of land.


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Dolphin – Yunus

Dolphin is generally found around the Mediterranean Sea but are also commonly seen in deep off-shore waters and to a lesser extent over continental shelves that are preferred to shallower waters.



Donkey – Eşek

Donkeys were supposedly domesticated around 5000 years ago in the north east of Africa from the Somali wild ass. They are anatomically normal and show normal breeding behaviour, so hybrids should be gelded as early as possible to avoid studdy behaviour.



Duck – Ördek

Ducks are medium sized aquatic birds related to other aquatic birds like swans and geese. Ducks differ from swans and geese in their tendency to dive into the water in order catch their food.



Eagle – Kartal

The eagle is a (generally) large sized bird of prey meaning that the eagle is one of the most dominant predators in the sky. Eagles are most commonly found in the Northern Hemisphere including Europe, Asia and North America.



Elephant – Fil

Elephants are herbivores that spend around 22 hours eating! The elephant searches for green leaves in the tree tops but it is not uncommon for the elephant to tear down the tree to get the leaves.



Fish – Balık

Fish are found in every ocean, lake, river and stream in all corners of the globe, in many sizes, colours and species. Most fish (depending on size) tend to eat plankton in the water, insects and smaller fish.


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Fly – Sinek

The fly is one of the most common and well-known insects in the world and the fly is found on every continent with the exception of the innermost polar regions of the Arctic Circle and Antarctica.



Fox – Tilki

The fox is a scavenger carnivours dog, generally found in urban city areas in the northern Hemisphere. The fox is a nocturnal mammal, meaning that the fox only goes out a night to hunt for prey.



Frog – Kurbağa

Frogs are amphibians, creatures that inhabit both land and water environments equally successfully. There are thought to be around 5,000 different species of frog around the world.



Gazelle – Ceylan

Gazelles are thin, graceful antelopes that live in Africa and Asia. They resemble deer and are in the same family as goats, cattle and sheep.



Giraffe – Zürafa

Giraffes are one of the landmarks of Africa. They are divided in 9 subspecies according to the area of Africa where they could be found and by the coloration of their bodies.



Goat – Keçi

Goat is a type of ruminant that belongs to the family Bovidae. It is a descendant of a wild goat, native to southwest Asia and eastern Europe. Goats are used as a source of meat, milk and skin at least 9.000 years.



Goose – Kaz

Goose is domesticated type of waterfowl. There are dozens of types of domestic geese today. They are all descendants of two basic types of geese domesticated 4.000 years ago.



Grasshopper – Çekirge

Grasshopper is an insect that belongs to the order Orthoptera. There are over 11 000 species of grasshoppers that can be found worldwide. They can survive in different climates and in numerous habitats.



Hedgehog – Kirpi

The hedgehog is commonly around 25 cm long, with the hedgehogs back being covered in spikes. The hedgehog can also protect itself by curling its body into a ball so only the hedgehog spikes are exposed.


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Horse – At

Horses evolved over 50 million years from small many toed animals to the big beautiful, single-toed horses of today. The modern horse has been domesticated around the world for many reasons including transportation and battle.



Insect – Böcek

Insect, (class Insecta or Hexapoda), any member of the largest class of the phylum Arthropoda, which is itself the largest of the animal phyla. Insects have segmented bodies, jointed legs, and external skeletons (exoskeletons).



Jellyfish – Denizanası

Jellyfish are marine invertebrates belonging to the Scyphozoan class, and in turn the phylum Cnidaria. Jellyfish come in all different shapes and colours and range in size from 3 millimetres to 3 metres in diameter.



Kangaroo – Kanguru

Kangaroo belongs to marsupials (animals with pouches in which babies finish their development after birth). Kangaroos include large number of different species that vary in size and shape.



Koala – Koala

Koalas are cute creatures that belong to Marsupials (sub-type of mammals). They are native to Australia and live in eucalyptus forests. Number of koalas is drastically reduced due to habitat loss.


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Ladybird – Uğur böceği

The ladybird (also known as the ladybug) is a small colourful beetle found all around the world. Ladybirds are small sized insects rarely growing to more than a centimetre in length.



Lamb – Kuzu

There are several species of Sheep and they can range in size. Most of them are white but you will also find those that have black or brown on them. Some Sheep have horns that tend to grown in spirals but many of them don’t.



Lion – Aslan

Lion (Panthera leo) is a mammal of the family Felidae and is one of four ‘big cats’ in the genus Panthera. The lion is the second largest cat, after the tiger. Lions are unique in that they are the only cats to live in groups.



Monkey – Maymun

Monkeys live in trees, grasslands, mountains, forests, and on high plains. A group of monkeys is called a troop. Most primates share six basic features: forward-facing eyes, eye sockets, grasping hands, nails, fingerprints, and large brains.



Mouse – Fare

A mouse (plural mice) is a rodent, which is a kind of mammal. It has a pointed snout, small rounded ears, a body-length scaly tail and a high breeding rate. The best known mouse species is the common house mouse (Mus musculus).



Octopus – Ahtapot

Octopuses are ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight arms and bulbous heads. Some other fun facts: They have three hearts and blue blood; they squirt ink to deter predators; and being boneless, they can squeeze into (or out of) tight spaces.



Owl – Baykuş

These birds love to sit quiet and still so that they can observe their surroundings. Therefore, the owl symbolism indicates that you may need to remove yourself from the noise of life. Become still and silently observe your surroundings.



Ox – Öküz

Oxen are cattle that are used as draft animals, and they have been used since around 4,000 BC. In some countries they’re known as bullocks.


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Parrot – Papağan

The parrot is a medium sized group of birds, with the parrot being best known for it’s extremely brightly coloured feathers, and the ability of some parrot species to talk, as these species of parrots are able to mimic sounds made by other animals such as humans.



Peacock – Tavuskuşu

The peacock (also known as peafowl) is a medium sized bird most closely related to the pheasant.



Penguin – Penguen

The penguin is found pretty much only in the Southern Hemisphere, only a handful of penguins though are in the far south. The emperor penguin inhabits the icy lands of Antarctica.



Pig – Domuz

The pig was allegedly domesticated as early as 9,000 BC from the wild boar, which is found in the forests of Asia and Europe. A pig has a snout for a nose, small eyes, and a small tail, which may be curly, kinked, or straight.



Pony – Midilli

A pony is a small horse. Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers or a small horse with a specific conformation and temperament.


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Rabbit – Tavşan

Rabbits are mammals which belong to the ‘Lagomorph’ order that also includes hares and pikas. Rabbits are similar to rodents in that they have incisor teeth that continually grow.



Rooster – Horoz

An adult male chicken is called a “rooster” and an adult female is called a “hen.” Roosters are larger, usually more brightly colored, and have larger combs on top of their heads compared to hens.



Scorpion – Akrep

The scorpion is an eight-legged carnivorous anthropod, that are found worldwide. There are around 2,000 different species of known scorpion found in most countries around the world today.


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Shark – Köpekbalığı

Although they inhabit tropical and temperate oceanic waters, some sharks have an incredible adaptability that allows them to enter cold areas and bodies of freshwater, such as rivers and lakes.



Sheep – Koyun

Sheep are medium-sized herbivorous mammals that graze on grass and berries. Sheep are mainly farmed for their meat and wool but sheep are also occasionally farmed for their milk.



Snail – Salyangoz

The snail is a small to medium sized mollusc that is generally split into three groups which are land snails, sea snails and freshwater snails. There are nearly 1,000 different species of snail that are spread throughout the world’s continents.


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Spider – Örümcek

Spiders are arthropods that have eight legs. They have more legs and different body parts than insects, and they also don’t move around in the same way insects do. Spiders are in the arachnid class, but not all arachnids are spiders.



Squirrel – Sincap

There are many different species of squirrel natively found in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Squirrels are small rodents generally between 10 cm and 20 cm tall.



Swan – Kuğu

Swans are omnivorous birds but have a very vegetarian diet. Swans eat underwater vegetation such as seaweed and aquatic plants when they are on the water and a mixture of plants, seeds and berries when they are on land.



Tiger – Kaplan

Easily recognized by its coat of reddish-orange with dark stripes, the tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. The big cat’s tail is 3 feet (1 meter) long. The powerful predator generally hunts alone, able to bring down prey such as deer and antelope.



Tortoise – Kaplumbağa

A Tortoise is a land-dwelling reptile of the order Testudines. Tortoises are found worldwide with the most famous tortoise of all, the Giant Tortoise Lonesome George who lives on the Galapagos Islands near Ecuador.


Turtle – Kaplumbağa



Turkey – Hindi

The turkey is a large bird that is closely related to other game birds such as pheasants, chickens and quails. Although turkeys do nest in the trees, they are most commonly found in open forests, woodlands and grasslands.



Vulture – Akbaba

The vulture is a large, carnivorous bird that is most well known for its scavenging nature. The vulture is one of the few types of bird that is found distributed so widely around the world.


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Whale – Balina

Whales are social, air breathing mammals, they feed their babies with their own milk, and they take extraordinarily good care of their young and teach them life skills.



Wolf – Kurt

The wolf is thought to be an ice age survivor, dating wolves around 300,000 years ago. The wolf is accepted to be the ancestor of the domestic dog as the wolf is thought to have selectively bred in order to breed appealing traits typical of puppies and to eliminate the not so appealing traits of adult wolves.



Zebra – Zebra

Each zebra has its own unique pattern of distinctive stripes, just as humans have their own unique pattern of fingerprints. Zebras stick together in herds. Within a herd, zebras tend to stay together in smaller family groups.



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