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Animals That Start With an E

If you’re trying to make an animal alphabet, then you know it can be tricky to think of animals that start with an e. We’re here to help! Of course you thought of elephant and eagle, but what about the echidna or the emu? And there’s a lot more where that came from! I’ve created two lists here to get you going. The first is a gallery of 28 photos I’ve taken of animals that start with an e. The second is an enormous list with over 600 animals that start with an e! Let’s get started!

Animals that start with an e

Animals That Start With an E, the Enormous List!

Part 1: Photos of Animals That Start With an E

Here’s a gallery of photos I’ve taken of animals that start with an e!

1) Echidna. This is probably my favorite of all the animals that start with an e! Beside the platypus, echidnas are the only egg-laying mammals in the world! There are four species and they are all found in Australia and New Guinea. I photographed this Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) foraging among the leaf litter at Ninety Mile Beach in Victoria, Australia.animals that start with an e: echidna

2) Eland. The Elands are the largest antelopes in the world! I photographed this herd of Common Elands (Tragelaphus oryx) in De Hoop Nature Reserve in South Africa.animals that start with an e: eland

3) Elephant. Perhaps the most iconic of all the animals that start with an e (and number 4 on my list of favorites), elephants are the largest land animals on the planet! I photographed this African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) mother and baby in Kruger National Park, South Africa.animals that start with an e: elephant

4) Elk. The name Elk can be a little confusing. In North America, Elk refers to this animal below (Cervus canadensis) sometimes known as the Wapiti, which I photographed in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. This same species in Europe is called the Red Deer, though some consider it a separate species: Cervus elaphus. In Europe, the name “Elk” refers to the animal that we in North America call a Moose! Did you get all that? animals that start with an e: elk

5) Eagle. When you think of animals that start with an e, the eagle is probably one of the first that pops into your head. There are more than 60 species of eagles worldwide. I photographed this Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) flying into its nest on the top of a cliff in the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary in Alaska.animals that start with an e: eagle

6) Egret. The word Egret is a sort of general name for some the long-legged wading birds in the Heron family. This means that all egrets are herons, but not all herons are egrets. The one I’ve photographed below is the largest egret in North America, the Great White Egret (Ardea alba), roosting in Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Florida.animals that start with an e: egret

7) Eider. The Eiders are sea ducks found only in the North Atlantic. There are three species, the largest of which is the Common Eider (Somateria mollissima) which I photographed here off the coast of Acadia National Park in Maine. The Common Eider is the largest duck in the Northern Hemisphere!animals that start with an e: eider

8) Emu. The Emu comes in at number 5 on my top five list of favorite animals that start with an e. What a big crazy bird! The Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) is the second tallest bird in the world. Only the Ostrich is taller! And, like the ostrich, the emu cannot fly. I photographed this Emu wandering around near the ocean in Shark Bay in Western Australia.animals that start with an e: Emu

9) Eft. Here’s two for the price of one. An Eft is the terrestrial stage of the Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens). This salamander species starts life as an aquatic larva, and then metamorphosizes to a juvenile stage called a Red Eft. The eft develops lungs and lives on land for several years. Then it transforms again to a semi-aquatic adult stage! The Red Eft below was photographed in the Shennandoah National Park in Virginia.animals that start with an e: Eastern Newt Eft

10) Eel. Eels are fish with long snake-like bodies in the order Anguilliformes. There are more than 800 species worldwide. The eels in this photo are called Brown Garden Eels (Heteroconger longissimus). At first glance it looks like little plants growing in a garden, but each one of these is a small eel in its own burrow. I photographed this large colony of garden eels near Lighthouse Reef in Belize.animals that start with an e: eel

11) Earless Lizard. The Earless Lizards comprise two groups of lizard in the Western United States and Mexico. (Genus Cophosaurus and genus Holbrookia). I photographed this Bleached Earless Lizard (Holbrookia maculata ruthvenii) in the White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. I know it is a male because it has dark spots on the side of his belly. Earless lizards actually do have ears, they just don’t have any external ear opening. This may be an adaptation for its burrowing lifestyle.animals that start with an e: earless lizard

12) Elephant Shrew. The Elephant Shrew is number 2 on my list of all-time favorite animals that start with an e! They are so cute and weird and so fun to watch. We saw them for the first time this year in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa. Also known as Sengis, there are 19 species of elephant shrews in Africa.animals that start with an e: Elephant Shrew

13) Eagle Owl. There are several species of owls known as Eagle Owls in the world, but my favorite is the Giant Eagle Owl (Bubo lacteus) shown here in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa. He probably hunts the little elephant shrews in the photo above!animals that start with an e: Eagle Owl

14) Elephant Seal. The Elephant Seal is number 3 on my list of favorite animals that start with an e. Yep, I like animals with big silly noses! I photographed these huge male Northern Elephant Seals (Mirounga angustirostris) fighting at the Piedras Blancas elephant seal colony on the coast of Californiaanimals that start with an e: Elephant Seal

15) Epauletted Fruit Bat. We were camping in Botswana and kept hearing a strange beeping sound coming from the trees above our tent. It sounded like the loud beep of an electronic heart-rate monitor. We searched the trees and finally discovered that we were camped under a large colony of Epauletted Fruit Bats! The noise was the courtship call of the males. There are nine different species across Africa. This species is probably the Peter’s Epauletted Fruit Bat (Epomophorus crypturus) photographed in Maun, Botswana.animals that start with an e: Epauletted Fruit Bat

16) Eagle Ray. The Eagle Rays are a family of rays called Myliobatidae. This one is the Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari) photographed off of Caye Caulker in Belize. It has venomous spines at the base of its long tail and will often leap high above the water!animals that start with an e: Eagle Ray

17) Emerald Spotted Wood Dove. This dove looks rather plain until the sunlight catches it just right. Then you can seen the brilliant emerald green spots for which it was named! I photographed this Emerald-Spotted Wood Dove (Turtur chalcospilos) in Zululand, South Africa.animals that start with an e: Emerald Spotted Wood Dove

18) European Bee Eater. The European Bee Eater (Merops apiaster) breeds in Europe but I photographed this beautiful fellow in southern Africa. That’s because most of the population migrates south for the winter. The European Bee-Eater builds its nest by digging a tunnel into a vertical wall of earth like a river bank. The tunnels are about three feet long and end in a nesting chamber which holds 4-7 eggs. Photographed in Etosha National Park, Namibia.

animals that start with an e: European Bee-Eater

19) Eastern Chipmunk. This has to be one of the cutest animals that starts with an e: the Eastern Chipmunk. I know, it’s kind of cheating to use common names that start with “Eastern” but get used to it because there are at least a hundred in the humongous list below! I have a large colony of Eastern Chipmunks (Tamias striatus) living right outside my door here in North Carolina and I love watching their adorable antics. Although the loud chipping territorial call can get pretty annoying first thing in the morning!animals that start with an e: Eastern Chipmunk

20) Egyptian Goose. The Egyptian Goose (Alopochen aegyptiaca) was domesticated by the Ancient Egyptians and is now found across most of Africa. I photographed this one all the way at the opposite end of the continent in Cape Agulhas, South Africa. That’s as far south as you can get in Africa!animals that start with an e: Egyptian Goose

21) Eared Seal. There are three main groups of seals: the Odobenidae (the Walrus), the Phocidae (the “true” seals), and the Otariidae (the eared seals.) The Eared Seals are also known as fur seals and sea lions. As you can see from the photo below, the have visible external ears unlike the true seals. This one is the Antarctic Fur Seal (Arctocephalus gazella) which I photographed floating on a chunk of ice in Antarctica!animals that start with an e: Eared Seal

22) European Roller. Like the European Bee-eater above, the beautiful European Roller is another bird found in Europe who migrates to Southern Africa in the winter.  I photographed this colorful European Roller (Coracias garrulus) in Kruger National Park in South Africa. The name roller refers to the bobbing courtship display between the male and female.animals that start with an e: European Roller

23) Eastern Screech Owl. We have a family of Eastern Screech Owls (Megascops asio) living in our yard and one night our camera trap caught a video of the two baby owls having a drink in our pond! I don’t know why these tiny birds are named Screech owls. They don’t screech at all. Their call is a delicate descending trill like the whinny of a horse. We love to hear it at sunset each night as they begin their rounds!Animals that start with an E: Eastern Screech Owl

24) European Rabbit. The European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) was the beloved star of Beatrix Potter’s British children’s book The Tale of Peter Rabbit. But on the opposite side of the world in Australia, the European Rabbit became a reviled pest. It was introduced there, and to other parts of the world, by Europeans and soon became a widespread invasive species. However, due to population declines in its native range of southwestern Europe, it is now classified as a near-threatened species by the IUCN.animals that start with e: European Rabbit

25) Eastern Box Turtle. (Terrapene carolina Carolina) Eastern Box Turtles can live to be over a hundred years old in the wild! All adult female Eastern Box Turtles have brown eyes, while most males have red\orange eyes. That means the one in this photo that I took in North Carolina is a male! Coincidentally, the Eastern Box Turtle is the state reptile of North Carolina!animals beginning with e: Eastern Box Turtle

26) Eastern Cottontail. The Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) is the most common rabbit in the Eastern United States. As the name implies, they have an adorable puffy white tail that looks like a cotton ball. The Eastern Cottontail can have three to four litters every year with 3-5 babies each time! Hence the phrase “multiplying like rabbits”!Animals Beginning with E: Eastern Cottontail

27) Eastern Fence Lizard. (Sceloporus undulatus). During the mating season, male Eastern Fence Lizards turn a brilliant blue color on the sides of their belly and under the chin. Apparently this is quite attractive to the females. Much like a squirrel, the Eastern Fence Lizard will usually climb a tree when it feels threatened and then will hide on the opposite side of the tree from the predator! I photographed this one in Mebane, North CarolinaAnimals that start with E: Eastern Fence Lizard

28) Eastern Gray Squirrel. In the Eastern United States, this is definitely the most commonly seen of the animals that start with an e: the Eastern Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis). However, the Eastern Gray Squirrel in the photo below is a very special white squirrel found in Brevard, North Carolina. These white squirrels are not albinos, but more accurately called leucisitic (having reduced pigmentation). They may be white, but they are still technically Gray Squirrels!animals that begin with e: Eastern Gray Squirrel

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Part 2: Animals That Start With an E, The Enormous List

A quick note about how we chose the animals beginning with an E for our Enormous List. This is a list of the English common names of all the animals that start with an e that we could find in the entire world. We didn’t include scientific names since they just sound like gobbledy gook and are probably not what you’re looking for (plus that would add many thousands of names to the list!) I also haven’t included any scientific order or family names for the same reason. This list focuses on vertebrate animals (mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish) but we’ve included a couple of invertebrate animals at the end. We did not include any domestic animals like dog or farm animal breeds, only wild animals. We’ve formatted the lists to start with all the single word names of animals that start with an e because they’re the best for animal alphabets, and the rest are multi-word names  which are simply alphabetized.

Number of Animals That Start With an E on our list.

131 Mammals
138 Birds
35 Reptiles
35 Amphibians
265 Fish
2 Invertebrates
= 606 Animals That Begin With E!

If you want more information about any of these animals that start with an e, simply highlight the name in the list and right click it in your browser. Then from the pop up menu choose “Search with Google” and you’re good to go! Some of my favorite info resources are the IUCN Redlist, Arkive, Fishbase, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Encyclopedia of Life, & One Zoom.


Mammals: 131 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Echidna
  2. Eland
  3. Elephant
  4. Elk
  5. Ermine
  6. Euro (aka Wallaroo)
  7. Eared Seal
  8. ear-spot squirrel
  9. eared hutia
  10. earless water rat
  11. earth-colored mouse
  12. East African epauletted fruit bat
  13. East African little collared fruit bat
  14. East African long-eared elephant shrew
  15. East African mole rat
  16. East Caucasian tur
  17. eastern barbastelle
  18. eastern barred bandicoot
  19. eastern chestnut mouse
  20. eastern chipmunk
  21. eastern cottontail
  22. eastern European hedgehog
  23. eastern fox squirrel
  24. eastern gray kangaroo
  25. eastern gray squirrel
  26. eastern hare-wallaby
  27. eastern heather vole
  28. eastern hog-nosed skunk
  29. eastern little mastiff bat
  30. Eastern Lowland Gorilla
  31. eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus)
  32. eastern pipistrelle
  33. eastern pygmy possum
  34. eastern quoll
  35. eastern rat
  36. eastern rock elephant shrew
  37. eastern roe deer
  38. eastern shrew mouse
  39. eastern small-footed myotis
  40. eastern small-toothed rat
  41. eastern spotted skunk
  42. eastern white-eared giant rat
  43. eastern woodrat
  44. Echigo mole
  45. Ecuador fish-eating rat
  46. Ecuadoran spiny rat
  47. Ecuadorean grass mouse
  48. Ecuadorean rice rat
  49. Ecuadorean small-eared shrew
  50. Ecuadorian sac-winged bat
  51. Edith’s leaf-eared mouse
  52. Edward’s swamp rat
  53. Edwards’s long-clawed mouse
  54. Edwards’s long-tailed giant rat
  55. ega long-tongued bat
  56. Egyptian free-tailed bat
  57. Egyptian mongoose
  58. Egyptian pygmy shrew
  59. Egyptian slit-faced bat
  60. Egyptian tomb bat
  61. Eisentraut’s mouse shrew
  62. Eisentraut’s shrew
  63. Eisentraut’s striped mouse
  64. El Carrizo deer mouse
  65. El Dorado grass mouse
  66. Eld’s deer
  67. Eldorado broad-nosed bat
  68. elegant fat-tailed opossum
  69. elegant margareta rat
  70. elegant myotis
  71. elegant rice rat
  72. elegant water shrew
  73. Elephant Seal
  74. Elephant Shrew
  75. Elgon shrew
  76. Elliot’s short-tailed shrew
  77. elongated shrew
  78. eloquent horseshoe bat
  79. Elvira rat
  80. emarginate harlequin bat
  81. Embi mole rat
  82. Emilia’s gracile mouse opossum
  83. Emilia’s short-tailed opossum
  84. Emily’s tuco-tuco
  85. Emin’s gerbil
  86. emperor rat
  87. emperor tamarin
  88. Enders’s small-eared shrew
  89. Endo’s pipistrelle
  90. Enggano rat
  91. epauletted fruit bat
  92. equatorial dog-faced bat
  93. equatorial saki
  94. Ernst Mayr’s water rat
  95. Espiritu Santo Island antelope squirrel
  96. Ethiopian epauletted fruit bat
  97. Ethiopian hare
  98. Ethiopian highland hare
  99. Ethiopian large-eared roundleaf bat
  100. Ethiopian narrow-headed rat
  101. Ethiopian thicket rat
  102. Ethiopian woolly bat
  103. Euphrates jerboa
  104. Eurasian badger
  105. Eurasian beaver
  106. Eurasian harvest mouse
  107. Eurasian lynx
  108. Eurasian pygmy shrew
  109. Eurasian red squirrel
  110. Eurasian shrew
  111. Eurasian water shrew
  112. Eurasian Wolf
  113. European bison or wisent
  114. European free-tailed bat
  115. European ground squirrel
  116. European hare
  117. European mink
  118. European mole
  119. European otter
  120. European pine marten
  121. European pine vole
  122. European polecat
  123. European rabbit
  124. European snow vole
  125. European water vole
  126. European wildcat
  127. Eva’s desert mouse
  128. even-toothed shrew
  129. evening bat
  130. Everett’s ferret-badger
  131. Eversmann’s hamster
  132. Evorsk vole

Birds: 138 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Eagle
  2. Egret
  3. ‘Elepaio
  4. Eider
  5. Emu
  6. Eagle Owl
  7. Eared Dove
  8. Eared Pitta
  9. Eared Poorwil
  10. Eared Pygmy Tyrant
  11. Eared trogon
  12. East African Citril
  13. East Coast Akelat
  14. Eastern Bluebird
  15. Eastern Bristlebird
  16. Eastern Chanting-Goshawk
  17. Eastern Chat-Tanager
  18. Eastern Chiff-chaff
  19. Eastern Crowned-Warbler
  20. Eastern Curlew
  21. Eastern Double-collared Sunbird
  22. Eastern Golden-backed Weaver
  23. Eastern Great Rosefinch
  24. Eastern Green Magpie
  25. Eastern Grey Plantain-eater
  26. Eastern Kingbird
  27. Eastern Marsh Harrier
  28. Eastern Meadowlark
  29. Eastern Mountain Owlet-Nightjar
  30. Eastern Nicator
  31. Eastern Paradise-Whydah
  32. Eastern Parotia
  33. Eastern Phoebe
  34. Eastern Riflebird
  35. Eastern Rock Pigeon
  36. Eastern Rosella
  37. Eastern Screech-Owl
  38. Eastern Spinebill
  39. Eastern turkey
  40. Eastern Warbling-Vireo
  41. Eastern wattled cuckoo-shrike
  42. Eastern Whipbird
  43. Eastern White Pelican
  44. Eastern Wood-Pewee
  45. Eastern Yellow Robin
  46. Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill
  47. Eaton’s Pintail
  48. Ebony Myzomela
  49. Eclectus parrot
  50. Ecuadorian Cacique
  51. Ecuadorian Ground-Dove
  52. Ecuadorian Hillstar
  53. Ecuadorian Picule
  54. Ecuadorian Piedtail
  55. Ecuadorian Tyrannulet
  56. Edward’s pheasant
  57. Edwards’s Fig-Parrot
  58. Egyptian Goose
  59. Egyptian Nightjar
  60. Egyptian Plover
  61. Egyptian Vulture
  62. El Oro Parakeet
  63. El Oro Tapaculo
  64. Elegant Crescentchest
  65. Elegant Crested-Tinamou
  66. Elegant Euphonia
  67. Elegant Parrot
  68. Elegant Pitta
  69. Elegant Quail
  70. Elegant Scops-Owl
  71. Elegant Sunbird
  72. Elegant Tern
  73. Eleonora’s Falcon
  74. Elf owl
  75. Elfin-woods Warbler
  76. Elliot’s Laughingthrush
  77. Elliot’s pheasant
  78. Elusive Antpitta
  79. Elwes’ Crake
  80. Emerald Dove
  81. Emerald Lorikeet
  82. Emerald Tanager
  83. Emerald Toucanet
  84. Emerald-bellied Puffleg
  85. Emerald-chinned Hummingbird
  86. Emerald-spotted Wood Dove
  87. Emin’s Shrike
  88. Emperor Fairywren
  89. Emperor Goose
  90. Emperor of Germany Bird of Paradise
  91. Emperor Penguin
  92. Empress Brilliant
  93. Enggano White-eye
  94. English sparrow
  95. Epaulet Oriole
  96. Equatorial Akalat
  97. Erckell’s Francolin
  98. Eskimo Curlew
  99. Esmeraldas Antbird
  100. Esmeraldas Woodstar
  101. Ethiopian Swallow
  102. Euler’s Flycatcher
  103. Eungella Honeyeater
  104. Eurasian Bittern
  105. Eurasian Bullfinch
  106. Eurasian Capercaillie
  107. Eurasian Collared Dove
  108. Eurasian Curlew
  109. Eurasian Dotterel
  110. Eurasian Golden Oriole
  111. Eurasian Golden-Plover
  112. Eurasian Hoopoe
  113. Eurasian jackdaw
  114. Eurasian Jay
  115. Eurasian River Warbler
  116. Eurasian Scops Owl
  117. Eurasian Sparrowhawk
  118. Eurasian Spoonbill
  119. Eurasian Thick-knee
  120. Eurasian Treecreeper
  121. European Bee Eater
  122. European Goldfinch
  123. European herring gull
  124. European Pied Flycatcher
  125. European Robin
  126. European Serin
  127. European Shelduck
  128. European swallow
  129. Evening Grosbeak
  130. Everett’s Thrush
  131. Everett’s White-eye
  132. Everglade kite
  133. Eversmann’s Redstart
  134. Eye-ringed Flatbill
  135. Eye-ringed Thistletail
  136. Eyebrowed thrush
  137. Eyebrowed Wren-Babbler
  138. Eyrean Grasswren


Reptiles: 35 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Eared Keelback
  2. Eared Legless Lizard
  3. Eastern Box Turtle
  4. Eastern Coral Snake
  5. Eastem Glass Lizard
  6. Eastern diamondback rattlesnake
  7. Eastern fox snake
  8. Eastern Hognose Snake
  9. Eastern indigo snake
  10. Eastern Pine Snake
  11. Eastern Rat Snake
  12. Eastern Ribbonsnake
  13. Eastwood’s longtailed seps
  14. Ebner’s Cylindrical Skink
  15. Egyptian Cobra
  16. Egyptian Fringe-fingered Lizard
  17. Egyptian tortoise
  18. Eiselt’s Dwarf Racer
  19. Elburs Lizard
  20. Elegant Coral Snake
  21. Elegant Tree Iguana
  22. Elegant Tree Iguana
  23. Ellated Skinks
  24. Elongate Tortoise
  25. Emerald Lizard
  26. Emerald Spiny Lizard
  27. Emerald Tree Boa
  28. Emerald Tree Monitor
  29. Engel’s Mabuya
  30. European Leaf-toed Gecko
  31. Ernst’s Map Turtle
  32. Estuarine crocodile
  33. Euphrates Softshell
  34. European Tiger Snake
  35. European pond Turtle


Amphibians: 35 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Eft (terrestrial stage of a Newt)
  2. Eastern banjo frog
  3. Eastern Crested Toad
  4. Eastern Dwarf Treefrog
  5. Eastern Ghost Frog
  6. Eastern Hellbender
  7. Eastern Leopard Toad
  8. Eastern Lesser Siren
  9. Eastern mindanao frog
  10. Eastern narrow-mouthed toad
  11. Eastern Owl Frog
  12. Eastern red-backed salamander
  13. Eastern Smooth Frog
  14. Eastern spadefoot
  15. Eastern Spadefoot
  16. Ecuador Poison Frog
  17. Ecuadorian horned frog
  18. Edible Bullfrog
  19. Edible Frog
  20. Eiselt’s caecilian
  21. El Copé Giant Salamander
  22. Emei Music Frog
  23. Emerald poison frog
  24. Emerald Spotted Treefrog
  25. Emerald-eyed tree frog
  26. Epirus Water Frog
  27. Eritrea Clawed Frog
  28. Ethiopian banana frog
  29. Eungella day frog
  30. Eungella gastric-brooding frog
  31. Eungella tinker frog
  32. European frog
  33. Everett’s treefrog
  34. Everglades Dwarf Siren
  35. Ezo Salamander


Fish: 265 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Eel
  2. Eartheater
  3. Eelpout
  4. Escolar
  5. Eulachon
  6. Eagle ray
  7. Eared blacksmelt
  8. Eared conger
  9. Eared maori wrasse
  10. Earle’s soldierfish
  11. Earle’s splitfin
  12. Earspot cusk eel
  13. Earspot snakeblenny
  14. Earthworm snake-eel
  15. East african red finned barb
  16. East african sardinella
  17. East African skate
  18. East Asian fourfinger threadfin
  19. East China leg skate
  20. East Coast barb
  21. East coast crocodilefish
  22. East coast flounder
  23. Eastcoast lampeye
  24. Eastcoast squeaker
  25. Easter damselfish
  26. Easter island flyingfish
  27. Eastern Australian blackhead triplefin
  28. Eastern Australian legskate
  29. Eastern banded catshark
  30. Eastern blue devil
  31. Eastern bottlenose mormyrid
  32. Eastern bream
  33. Eastern Cape redfin
  34. Eastern cleaner-clingfish
  35. Eastern clingfish
  36. Eastern crested loach
  37. Eastern flower porgy
  38. Eastern footballer
  39. Eastern highfin spurdog
  40. Eastern hulafish
  41. Easter island moray
  42. Eastern jumping blenny
  43. Eastern keelback mullet
  44. Eastern keelback mullet
  45. Eastern keelback mullet
  46. Eastern kelpfish
  47. Eastern little galaxias
  48. Eastern longnose spurdog
  49. Eastern looseskin skate
  50. Eastern mogurnda
  51. Eastern mosquitofish
  52. Eastern numbfish
  53. Eastern Pacific bonito
  54. Eastern Pacific flagfin
  55. Eastern paradise fish
  56. Eastern paradise fish
  57. Eastern pomfred
  58. Eastern rainbow fish
  59. Eastern river garfish
  60. Eastern sand darter
  61. Eastern school shark
  62. Eastern shovelnose ray
  63. Eastern shovelnose stingaree
  64. Eastern silvery minnow
  65. Eastern smooth boxfish
  66. Eastern spiny gurnard
  67. Eastern spiny seahorse
  68. Eastern spotted gummy shark
  69. Eastern starhead topminnow
  70. Eastern triangular butterflyfish
  71. Eaton’s skate
  72. Ebeling’s fangjaw
  73. Ebony gregory
  74. Eclipse parrotfish
  75. Ectuntio halfbeak
  76. Ecuador skate
  77. Ecuatorial ray
  78. Edgbaston goby
  79. Edmondson’s pipefish
  80. Edmund’s spurdog
  81. Edwards Plateau shiner
  82. Eel blenny
  83. Eel catfish
  84. Eel pearlfish
  85. Eel sucker
  86. Eel worm goby
  87. Eelgrass blenny
  88. Egg-mimic darter
  89. Eggcarrying buntingi
  90. Eggvin lumpsucker
  91. Ego zebra
  92. Egyptian mouth-brooder
  93. Egyptian sole
  94. Ehrenberg’s snapper
  95. Eigenmann’s anchovy
  96. Eight-lined wrasse
  97. Eight-whisker gudgeon
  98. Eightband butterflyfish
  99. Eightbanded cichlid
  100. Eightbarbel gudgeon
  101. Eightbarbel loach
  102. Eightfinger threadfin
  103. Eightgill hagfish
  104. Eightspine cardinalfish
  105. Ejagham killi
  106. Elastic eel
  107. Elat electric ray
  108. Electric blue kande
  109. Electric catfish
  110. Electric numb ray
  111. Electric ray
  112. Electron subantarctic
  113. Elegant clingfish
  114. Elegant coris
  115. Elegant corydoras
  116. Elegant firefish
  117. Elegant madtom
  118. Elegant molly
  119. Elegant moray
  120. Elegant paradiseus fish
  121. Elegant pencilfish
  122. Elegant pipefish
  123. Elegant unicornfish
  124. Elegant wrasse
  125. Elephant ear gourami
  126. Elephant fish
  127. Elephant trunk fish
  128. Elephant-nose cichlid
  129. Elephant-trunk mormyrid
  130. Elephantnose fish
  131. Elephant-snout fish
  132. Elizabeth reef jawfish
  133. Elizabeth Springs goby
  134. Elk River darter
  135. Elliot’s cardinalfish
  136. Elliot’s filefish
  137. Elongate anchovy
  138. Elongate blenny
  139. Elongate bulleye
  140. Elongate carpet shark
  141. Elongate dory
  142. Elongate flap-headed goby
  143. Elongate flounder
  144. Elongate glass-perchlet
  145. Elongate grunt
  146. Elongate hatchetfish
  147. Elongate loach
  148. Elongate mbuna
  149. Elongate nothobranch
  150. Elongate Poso minnow
  151. Elongate slimy
  152. Elongate smooth-head
  153. Elongate sole
  154. Elongate tonguesole
  155. Elongate toothcarp
  156. Elongate unicornfish
  157. Elongate worm eel
  158. Elongated bristlemouth fish
  159. Elongated robber
  160. Elusive signal blenny
  161. Emaciated worm eel
  162. Emarginate snailfish
  163. Ember parrotfish
  164. Ember tetra
  165. Emblem goby
  166. Emerald catfish
  167. Emerald cichlid
  168. Emerald clingfish
  169. Emerald coral goby
  170. Emerald darter
  171. Emerald goby
  172. Emerald green lampeye
  173. Emerald parrotfish
  174. Emerald rockcod
  175. Emerald sleeper
  176. Emerald wrasse
  177. Emery’s goby
  178. Emery’s gregory
  179. Emperor Angelfish
  180. Emperor cichlid
  181. Emperor red snapper
  182. Emperor seamount lightfish
  183. Empire gudgeon
  184. Emporer Tetra
  185. Endeavor dogfish
  186. Endeavour skate
  187. English sole
  188. Englishman seabream
  189. Engraved catfish
  190. Enigmatic goby
  191. Enigmatic loach
  192. Enigmatic moray
  193. Enzeli shad
  194. Epaulet grouper
  195. Epaulette goby
  196. Epaulette surgeonfish
  197. Erect goby
  198. Eremo skate
  199. Eritrean butterflyfish
  200. Erythrops goby
  201. Escherich’s killi
  202. Eschmeyer’s scorpionfish
  203. Esei lake char
  204. Estuarine glass perchlet
  205. Estuarine hardyhead
  206. Estuarine perch
  207. Estuarine sea catfish
  208. Estuarine stonefish
  209. Estuarine thryssa
  210. Estuarine triplefin
  211. Estuary cardinalfish
  212. Estuary croaker
  213. Estuary goby
  214. Estuary perch
  215. Estuary perchlet
  216. Estuary snake eel
  217. Estuary sole
  218. Estuary stargazer
  219. Ethiopia barb
  220. Etowah darter
  221. Eucla cod
  222. Eurasian catfish
  223. European anchovy
  224. European brook lamprey
  225. European bullhead
  226. European conger
  227. European finless eel
  228. European flounder
  229. European ling
  230. European pilchard
  231. European plaice
  232. European pollock
  233. European seabass
  234. European smelt
  235. European sprat
  236. European sturgeon
  237. Eventooth shark
  238. Everglades pygmy sunfish
  239. Evermann’s cardinalfish
  240. Evermann’s conger
  241. Evermann’s lantern fish
  242. Exquisite pygmy goby
  243. Exquisite rainbowfish
  244. Exquisite sand-goby
  245. Exquisite wrasse
  246. Eye-bar coral-goby
  247. Eye-line sand-goby
  248. Eyebar goby
  249. Eyebar spiny goby
  250. Eyebrow (Psenes pellucidus)
  251. Eyebrow goby
  252. Eyebrow wedgefish
  253. Eyed sole
  254. Eyelight fish
  255. Eyeshade sculpin
  256. Eyespot ctenopoma
  257. Eyespot gourami
  258. Eyespot grenadier
  259. Eyespot pufferfish
  260. Eyespot rasbora
  261. Eyespot skate
  262. Eyestripe bass
  263. Eyestripe clingfish
  264. Eyestripe surgeonfish
  265. Eyipantla silverside

Invertebrates: 2 Animals That Start With An E

  1. Earwig
  2. Earthworm


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