Animalia Chordata Mammalia Ungulata

Ungulata (Linnaeus, 1766) or ungulates are usually herbivorous mammals with hooves. This also includes hoofless animals of similar appearance to real-world ungulates.


  • Bovidae (ungulates with two or more horns located at the top of their head)
  • Camelidae (ungulates with slender necks, long legs and, sometimes, humps on their backs)
  • Cervidae (ungulates with antlers which, unlike the horns of other ungulates, are temporary and regularly regrown)
  • Giraffidae (ungulates with long necks, long legs, and skin-covered horns known as ossicones)
  • Hippopotamidae (large and bulky ungulates with tusks)
  • Jantokidae (superficially hippo-like ungulates with short necks and bulky upper bodies)
  • Suidae (pigs, hogs, and similar snouted ungulates)


  • Macraucheniidae (llama-like ungulates with a trunk made from a fusion of the upper lip and nose)


  • Equidae (horse-like ungulates)
  • Phenacodontidae (early ungulate-like creatures with paw-like feet)
  • Rhinocerotidae (tough-skinned ungulates with one or more horns on their snout)
  • Tapiridae (pig-like odd-toed ungulates with short prehensile trunks)

unsorted ungulates

  • Hexapedae (ungulates with more than four limbs which do not fit any real-world taxa)
  • Serobidae (short-legged ungulates with round turtle-like bodies)

Other Ungulates

  • Cetacea (mostly massive and carnivorous marine mammals that usually posess nostrils on top of their heads known as blowholes)
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Abada (Abada vryoskorpizo)


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