H    Kinkajou    Genet, Large-Spotted    Fox, Grey    Mongoose, Indian Brown    Binturong    Linsang, Spotted Meet Eoraptor, the World's First Dinosaur. Here are examples of some common carnivorous reptiles: Alligator Bearded dragon Caiman Chameleon Crocodile Colubrid Komodo dragon Leopard gecko Snake    Mongoose, Dwarf    Lynx, Iberian There are no species of carnivore beginning with E. Why Did Tyrannosaurus Rex Have Such Tiny Arms?    Marten, Nilgiri Cat, Pantanal.    Stink Badger, Palawan Both of these linsang species live exclusively in southeast Asia; analysis of their DNA has pegged them as a "sister group" to the Felidae that diverged from the main evolutionary trunk millions of years ago. Spinosaurus can live in both water and land.    Cat, Iriomote    Weasel, Back Striped    Weasel, Patagonian    Cat, Sand    Genet, Common Carnivores: aardwolf, arctic fox, badger, bear, binturong | Collins English Word Lists There are no species of carnivore beginning with N.    Badger, Eurasian    Skunk, Southern Spotted X Cat, Wild. African Golden Cat. There are no species of carnivore beginning with Q.    Civet, Otter    Dog, Raccoon Although true seals spend most of the time at sea, and can swim for extended periods of time underwater, they return to dry land or pack ice to give birth; these mammals communicate by grunting and slapping their flippers, unlike their close cousins, the eared seals of family Otariideae. Carnivorous dinosaurs—which included raptors, tyrannosaurs, ornithomimids, large theropods, and small theropods (also known as "dino-birds")—were the most dangerous dinosaurs of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. What's most important about these animals is that they're extremely "basal," or undeveloped, compared to other "feliform" mammals like cats, hyenas and mongooses, clearly branching off millions of years ago from a low point of the carnivore family tree.    Marten, Japanese There are no species of carnivore beginning with V.    Civet, Large Indian The fur of some mustelids is especially soft and luxurious; innumerable garments have been manufactured from the hides of minks, ermines, sables and stoats. Ran Kirlian/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 4.0.    Genet, Aquatic    Fox, South American Grey Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.    Civet, Jerdon's Palm Angler.    Dhole The Herpestidae family also includes meerkats, which have long been famous ever since their appearance in The Lion King. They are also the most used creature in the game since many of them are very powerful when they reach adulthood, such as Yturanus and Sealight.    Mongoose, Yellow    Genet, Abyssinian    Mongoose, Long-Nosed Marcel Burkhard/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 2.0 DE. Unusually for a member of the carnivore family, this tree-dwelling mammal mostly eats bamboo but has been known to supplement its diet with eggs, birds, and various insects.    Mongoose, Meller's In other side, Hesperonychus is the smallest carnivore at only 20inches and 1 meter long.    Leopard, Sunda Clouded There are only eight species of bears alive today, but these carnivores have had an outsized impact on human society: everyone knows about efforts to preserve the polar bear and the panda bear, and it's always news when a brown bear or grizzly mauls an overly confident party of campers. Basilisk.    Mongoose, Small Asian    Fox, Kit    Kusimanse, Alexander's Cat, Sand. Carnivores.    Ferret-Badger, Javan    Cat, Pallas's How Much Do You Know About Compsognathus?    Fox, Pampas    Olingo, Bushy-Tailed O    Marten, Yellow-Throated    Skunk, Western Spotted Eared seals are more suited for terrestrial life than their earless relatives, using their powerful front flippers to propel themselves over dry land or pack ice, but, oddly enough, they tend to be faster and more maneuverable than phocids when in the water.    Lynx, Canadian    Fox, Crab-Eating    Mongoose, Marsh    Bobcat    Cat, Asian Golden    Mongoose, Short-Tailed    Civet, Sulawesi Palm These loyal carnivores have a deep evolutionary history, tracing their heritage all the way back to the middle Cenozoic Era.    Oncilla    Fox, Corsac    Otter, Marine This kind of dinosaurs ate insects, small Cretaceous animals and baby dinosaurs. This requires them to kill other players, bots, and/or find bugs in order to eat.    Otter, European    Civet, Large-Spotted    Mongoose, Pousargues's    Caracal These Sharks Were the Terror of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras, Learn About the Life of the Prehistoric Reptile Cynognathus, These Dinosaurs Weren't Tyrannosaurs, but They Were as Dangerous, Find Out Why the Ceratosaurus Gives Paleontologists Fits, Get Facts About the Guanlong, One of the Earliest Tyrannosaurs, All About Herrerasaurus, One of the World's First Dinosaurs. We are currently editing over 317 articles, and you can help About this wiki | New pages | New files | Active users | Categories | Wiki tutorial | Help pages This wiki's job is to inform you about all things Carnivores, including the various areas, weapons, and animals, as well as covering companies, individuals, related games, and aspects of the fandom.    Falanouc Seals and sea lions are carnivores that consume fish, squid, and octopuses.    Genet, Servaline There are no species of carnivore beginning with I.    Cat, Bay    Otter, African Clawless    Mongoose, Ethiopian Dwarf Usually, the first animals that spring to mind when people say the word "carnivore," lions, tigers, pumas, cougars, panthers, and house cats are all intimately related members of the Felidae family.    Cat, Pampas    Serval    Otter, Sea    Otter, Smooth-Coated    Civet, Malayan African Palm Civet.    Otter, Congo Clawless    Badger, Honey Copyright © 2016 by HarperCollins Publishers. Meet Acrocanthosaurus, the High-Spined Lizard, Meet Microraptor, the World's Smallest Dinosaur, Meet Carcharodontosaurus, the "Great White Shark Lizard", Meet Cryolophosaurus, the "Cold-Crested Lizard", Tyrannosaurs: They're More Than Just T. Rex, Meet Allosaurus, the Most Dangerous Dinosaur of the Jurassic Period, Spinosaurus - Bigger than T. Rex, and Every Bit as Nasty. Araneo.    Mongoose, Crab-Eating There are no species of carnivore beginning with U.    Stoat G    Coati, South American    Bear, Polar    Red Panda Altai Weasel. The Characteristics, Behavior, and Habitat of Thrinaxodon, Learn About 80 Carnivorous Dinosaurs Through Pictures and Profiles, Meet the Raptor Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era, Megalodon - Is There Really Any 'New Evidence?'.    Fox, Blanford's    Mongoose, Jackson's    Aardwolf Allosaurus.    Fox, Darwin's    Polecat, Striped    Ferret-Badger, Burmese    Civet, Banded Palm    Civet, Masked Palm Q J    Mongoose, Egyptian    Marten, European Pine    Otter, Giant    Otter, Neotropical As you already know if you own a golden retriever or a labradoodle, canids are characterized by their long legs, bushy tails, and narrow muzzles, not to mention their powerful teeth and jaws suited (in some species) for crushing bone and gristle. Like much of the wildlife of Madagascar, many euplerids are severely endangered by the encroachment of human civilization.    Olingo, Chiriqui S    Mongoose, Collared    Civet, Owston's Palm F    Civet, Golden Palm    Weasel, Japanese Eared seals are also the most sexually dimorphic mammals in the animal kingdom; male fur seals and sea lions can weigh up to six times as much as females.    Genet, Thierry's    Mongoose, Somalian Slender Closely related to both earless and eared seals, walruses can weigh up to two tons, and are equipped with huge tusks surrounded by bushy whiskers; their favorite foods are bivalve mollusks, though they have also been known to eat shrimp, crabs, sea cucumbers, and even their fellow seals. Killer whales, or orcas, are a classic example of tertiary consumers.    Cat, Marbled    Mongoose, Gambian Carnivorous dinosaurs—which included raptors, tyrannosaurs, ornithomimids, large theropods, and small theropods (also known as "dino-birds")—were the most dangerous dinosaurs of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.    Otter, Oriental Small-Clawed    Cat, Rusty Spotted Bloodstalker.    Civet, African Palm    Cat, Flat-Headed    Bear, American Black K