Argentine Armadillo. Note poop on the steps.
Argentine Armadillo. Note poop on the steps.
Here are the critters we were fortunate enough to see on our trip around the world:

(D)  Dead
(RK)  Road Kill
(RP) Road "Pizza" this is road kill that has been run over multiple times and is now in thin crust pizza form
(Z) zoo or other form of captivity

Arizona

Elk
Crawdad

Colorado

Marmot ("whistle pig")
Magpies

Nevada

Antelope  (live and RK)
Wild Horses

California

Marmot (RK)
Marmot
Deer
Possum (RK)

Oregon

Osprey (totally cool)
Bald eagle
Ouzel (very interesting bird that dives underwater and uses it's wings to swim, has 2 eyelids)
Newt
Mink (only one, not enough for a coat)
Bear
Stinkbug
Dragonfly
Blue Heron
King Salmon
Deer
Madrone Monkey (if you believe Neely!)
Cat (RP)
Common Murre (very cool bird that looks like a flying penguin)
Common Puffin
Sea Lion
Seal
Cormorant

Washington

Raccoon (RK)

Idaho

Bat
Grizzly bear (Z)
"Hot Bellied Pig" -per Cami's pronunciation! (Z)
Moose (Z)
Black Bear (Z)

Wyoming

Moose (Bull and Cow-neither accompanied by flying squirrel)
Deer 

South Dakota

Deer
Antelope
Porcupine (RK)

Iowa

Lightning bug

Tennessee

Possum (RK)

Indiana

Nest of baby bunny rabbits -uncle Bills yard

Pennsylvania

Deer (RK)
Preying Mantis
Frog
Rollie Pollie
Raccoon (RP)
Ground Hog
Family of Black bears

New Hampshire

Black Bear

New Jersey

Sand Pipers

New York City

Rat (in subway station)

England

Swan (these all belong to the queen and it is against the law to kill them)
Bunny (rk)
Squirrel (rk)

Tanzania

Lake Manyara N.P.

Blue Monkeys (small little guys)
vervet monkeys (more about them later)
Baboons (we saw a whole troop see Joey's journal entry for the story)
Stork
Pink Flamingo
Von d deken Hornbill
Silver Cheeked Hornbill
Giant Kingfisher (beautiful bird)
Giraffe
Cape buffalo (responsible for the most people deaths after hippos)
Dik-dik (tiny little deer)
Bushback
Common waterback (like an elk)
Impala


 Serengeti National park
Babboons
Ostrich (2 males fighting over a female.  The males are black and white, the females brown.  Female sits on nest during day because she has better camouflage, males at night.  1 ostrich egg= 24 chicken eggs!)
Giraffe
Spotted hyenas (came into camp every night. Very scary jaws and teeth)
Grant's gazelle
Thompsons gazelle
Zebras
Secretary bird (so named because of the way the feathers are around it's head)
Topi (large elk critter)
Warthog (so ugly they are cute)
Yellow billed stork
Black backed Jackal (despite their name, they looked like little puppies.  They are actually in the fox family)
White backed Vulture
Sacred Ibis
Blach Headed Heron
Cheetah (females are solitary, males hang out and hunt together until age 9)
Leopard (hauls it's kills up a tree)
Lions (we saw 4 babies in the cracks of some big rocks)
African Fish Eagle
White Tailed Busturd
Crocodile
Hippos (they stay in water during the day, then come out to graze at night.  Huge)

Ngorongoro Crater Conservation area

Helmeted guinea fowl (scratching at ground to kick up bugs to eat)
Nubian vulture
Crowned Cranes
Serval Cat (we saw this catch and eat a rat and swallow it head first, the kids thought the tail going down looked like spaghetti)
Wildebeests
Grants Gazelle
Blackened Rhino
Pair of Cheetahs 
Herd of wildebeests (win the ugliest animal award)

Tarangarie National Park

Impala
Zebra
Warthogs
Giraffe
Wildebeests
African Lovebirds (little, greeen with yellow beak.  Mate for life, only found here)
Rufous Tailed weaver
Egyptian Geese
Tawny Eagle (due to it's color)
Crowned Plover
Eland (largest of the antelopes)
Dwarf Mongoose (preyed upon by eagles, so they live near termite mounds and jump inside when they see the eagle's shadow)

Slovenia

Proteus Anguinas (postojna Cave)

Japan: 
Deer 
Thailand
Eel
Clownfish
Sea Anemone
Sea Urchin



India

Dolphin that jumped out of the water and did a flip!
Mongoose,
Blue Kingfisher
Eagle
Bison
White Heron
Tortoise
Squirrel
Big Spider!
Lion Ant Eaters (insects that dig pits and wait for ants to fall in-very cool)
Termites

Australia:
Pelicans
Gecko 
Crabs
Australian King parrot
Gray Goshawk
Pied Currawong
Australian Brush Turkey
Southern angle headed dragon (lizard)
White bellied Sea eagle
Shy Albatross
Australian Fur seal
Echidna
Australasian Gannett
Black Faced Cormorants
Bennets Wallaby
Pied Oyster Catcher
Wombat (RK)
Gray Kangaroo
Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
Fairy Penguin (dead)
Gray Kangaroo(RK)
Calamari (delicious)
Parrotfish
Tasmanian Deveil (RK)
Echidna(RK)
Wallabie

New Zealand

Dusky dolphin

Argentina

Nandu (the bird that the road runner on TV was modeled after. Running along the road. Very fast, smaller and prettier than an ostrich)
Armadillo: Captured and brought aboard the bus by our driver where the armadillo promptyl pooped 
Wild horses
Zorro Gris (grey wolf)
Guanacos (look like a cross between a llama and a deer, very good at jumping fences)
Patagonian Condor
Deer

Chile

Pudu (endangered Chilean deer)
Sea Otters
Andean condor
Blacked Neck Swan
Cormorants
Humboldt Penguin
Grey Gull
Red Shoveller
Black Faced Ibis