Lesser flamingos have the largest population. Despite being tall for most birds, smaller flamingos are about 2 feet tall.Their pink bodies and bills have a small head and lengthy neck.

Lesser Flamingo

Leopards can run 36 mph. Because their dark patches resemble roses, they're called "rosettes." Nocturnal animals with great tree climbing skills.


This tortoise has a leopard-like shell, hence its name. Plants and bones are consumed. Bones give calcium for their shell. Leopard tortoises can swim and raise their heads.

Leopard Tortoise

Only orcas can hunt these third-largest Antarctic seals.They only interact with other seals to breed. Their gently curled mouth makes them appear to smile.

Leopard Seal

Lions should be on a list of L-starting animals. As lions age, their markings vanish.Male lions' manes get longer and darker with age. Manes protect head and neck against attackers.


Lappet-faced vultures are also called Nubian vultures. They're among the largest flying birds, measuring 37-45 inches and 8.2-9.5 feet. The lappet moniker stems from its loose facial skin, which looks like ears.

Lappet-Faced Vulture

New Zealand's little penguins have blue feathers. They spend much of their time in the water, dozing on the surface at 3.7 mph.They growl, screech, hiss, and bray constantly.

Little Penguin

Due to their long, patterned tail feathers, native Australian birds were once mistaken for pheasants. They imitate human voices, dog barking, automobile alarms, and even a chainsaw.


Indigo Macaw refers to Lear's Macaw. Indeed, they're a Brazilian indigo parrot species. Among animals that start with L, this parrot mimics human speech and is lively.

Lear’s Macaw

They're also called smaller horned owls. Their name stems from the ears-like hair on their heads. Their vision and hearing are exceptional, which they utilise to attack rodents at night.

Long-Eared Owl

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The body of this type of tit is smaller than its tail, as its name suggests. As they eat, they hang upside down and sing a high-pitched melody with a purr. Notes sound "prt, prt."

Long-Tailed Tit