List of the world's animals

To: 'Mark Clayton' <>
Subject: List of the world's animals
From: John and Kathy <>
Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2022 03:08:09 +0000
Hi Mark,

In my opinion there is not a world mammal list that is equivalent to IOC
world bird lists.  However there are a number of ways of getting something
that should be quite suitable.

- Numerous universities produce lists ( as others have said).

- is considered one of the better web sites on mammals
(produced and maintained by Jon Hall, a former Belconnen resident). He
includes a list which is probably as good as you'll get -

- There are also listing packages available (eg. iGoTerra for a subscription
or Scythebill for free) which have base line lists for all the categories of
species that you might want to list.


-----Original Message-----
From: Canberrabirds
 On Behalf Of Mark
Clayton via Canberrabirds
Sent: Saturday, 5 February 2022 8:51 PM
Subject: List of the world's animals

Evening all,

Does anyone know if there is anything like the IOC or Clements etc lists
of birds of the world but one that lists all the mammals, monotremes and
anything I may have missed ?

My wife and I would like to try and list all the various animal species
we have seen in various parts of the world that we have visited.

Many thanks,



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