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The following is a list of animals which first appear in Walking with Beasts and Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari, but do not have an important enough role to warrant the creation of an entire article. This does not include animals which are mentioned.

New DawnEdit

Mugger crocodileEdit

Mugger crocodiles are large crocodilians native to Asia and, during the Eocene, Germany. Large predators, in the Eocene they were no match for early whales like Ambulocetus.

In Walking with Beasts: New Dawn, a mugger crocodile is swimming in the lake when the Ambulocetus scares it away.

In Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari, the crocodile and Ambulocetus instead ignore each other.

AntEdit

Ants are extremely diverse and widespread arthropods. One appears in Walking with Beasts: New Dawn, being scared off by a larger giant ant.

TamanduaEdit

Tamanduas are small insectivorous edentates from South America and, in the Eocene, Germany. One appears in Walking with Beasts: New Dawn.

GeckoEdit

Geckos are widespread, fairly diverse lizards. A gecko appears in Walking with Beasts: New Dawn.

White's tree frogEdit

White's tree frogs are small amphibians. One appears in Walking with Beasts: New Dawn.

Green rat snakeEdit

Green rat snakes are snakes. One appears in Walking with Beasts: New Dawn.

PalaeotisEdit

Palaeotis were primitive birds from Eocene Europe. In Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari, one is almost suffocated by gas, but the cloud moves on into the forest before it finishes its job.

BatEdit

These unidentified bats are small, primitive bats from Eocene Europe.

One appears in Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari. It is flying over the lake when the gas suffocates it.

PythonEdit

Pythons are very large snakes from South America. In the Eocene they also thrived in Europe. In Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari, one eats a baby crocodile.

Whale KillerEdit

Loggerhead sea turtleEdit

Loggerhead sea turtles are medium-sized sea turtles found worldwide. They come on to beaches to lay eggs, like all sea turtles.

In Walking with Beasts: Whale Killer, one is retreating into the sea after a night of egg laying when it is found by an Andrewsarchus. After some confusion, it manages to crush the turtle's shell.

Mako sharkEdit

Mako sharks are medium predatory sharks found worldwide, An Eocene species existed in the Egypt mangroves. In Walking with Beasts: Whale Killer,one leaps out of the water and kills an Apidium. The same thing happens in Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari; the sharks also squabble with the Basilosaurus in the book.

VultureEdit

Vultures are large scavenging birds from Africa and Asia. They appear in Walking with Beasts: Whale Killer and Next of Kin. In the latter, a flock is scared away by the Australopithecus from a zebra carcass. They also appear in Walking with Cavemen.

Turkey vultures and condors appear in Wild New World.

Snaggletooth sharkEdit

Snaggletooth sharks are medium sized sharks found in the eastern tropics; Africa, Asia and Australia. One appears hunting in Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari before being killed by the Basilosaurus.

BirdEdit

These unidentified birds, from Eocene Asia, seem to act like oxpeckers to the brontotheres they share their habitat with. They appear in Walking with Beasts: A Prehistoric Safari.

Next of KinEdit

WarthogEdit

Warthogs are medium omnivorous African animals, resembling pigs and entelodonts. One appears in Walking with Beasts: Next of Kin.

White rhinocerosEdit

White rhinoceroses are very large mammals native to Africa, and one of the largest land animals of the Holocene. One appears in Walking with Beasts: Next of Kin.

JackalEdit

Jackals are small dog-like carnivores from Africa and Asia. One appears in Walking with Beasts: Next of Kin.

ZebraEdit

Zebras are large hoofed mammals from Africa and, in the Pleistocene, North America, related to horses.

One appears in Walking with Beasts: Next of Kin as a carcass. It is being fed on by a large flock of vultures, which are scared off by the Australopithecus. The apes squabble over the carcass. They appear alive in Wild New World.

OstrichEdit

Ostriches are very large African birds. One appears in Walking with Beasts: Next of Kin.

VultureEdit

See vulture.

Mammoth JourneyEdit

Saiga antelopeEdit

WisentEdit

Grey wolfEdit