19 species in seven genera make up the Cricetinae subfamily of hamsters. Small, colourful bodies. Syrian or golden hamsters are cute pets. Hamsters eat fruits, roots, green vegetation, and tiny animals.

Hamster

Hippopotamus are big herbivores, semi-aquatic mammals of the Hippopotamidae family. Although hippos are semi-aquatic, they prefer freshwater.

Hippopotamus

Horses are domesticated, hoofed, herbivorous Equidae. They have four legs, a long neck, and heads in brown, black, and white. The neck is bald. Along with people, horses have shaped history. There is no war without horses.

Horse

Hummingbirds are little American birds of the Trochilidae family. 360 species; 7.5 to 13 cm long. Their quick wingbeats make a humming sound, hence the name. Beautiful birds may fly backward.

Hummingbird 

Hyena is a carnivorous, four-legged animal of the Hyaenidae family. Hyenas' body and appearance are similar to both Dogs and Cats, but biologically, they're closest to cats. They are typically found in Africa.

Hyena 

Hornbills are colourful birds from the family Bucerotidae, and they have long, curved bills. They populate subtropical and tropical regions such as Africa, Asia, etc.

Hornbills

Hares are members of the Genus Lepus, which is comprised of herbivorous animals. They share many characteristics with rabbits and are even members of the same family, which is called the Leporidae.

Hares 

The Harp Seal is an earless seal species. The Greenland Seal, sometimes known as the Saddleback Seal, is mostly found in the polar regions of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans.

Harp Seal

The hedgehog is a spiny mammal that is a member of the Erinaceidae family. It may be found on nearly every continent, mostly in Asia, Africa, and Europe.

Hedgehog

The largest monkeys in the New World are the howler monkeys. They can be discovered in Central American woodlands.

Howler Monkeys

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