This is a list of fauna in the Little Kingdom.The Little Kingdom and The East Little Kingdom are very happy to have a lot of great wateranimal sites.Sadly,Greylag geese are running away from The Lake because of boating.Tropical animals like the ring-necked parakeet,and birds that winter in Africa like the blackcap and the barn swallow.

To see a smaller list of fauna,see Creatures and other animals.

Planet Bong (planet)



Rodents make up the largest order of mammals,with over 40 percent of mammalian species.They have two incisors in the upper and lower jaw which grow continuously and must be kept short for gnawing.Most rodents are small but the coypu (once introduced to Great Britain,but subsequently eradicated)can weigh up to 9 kg(15.5 lb).
Red squirrel NT
Brown rat VU
Black rat EW
Wood mouse LC (probably near threatened)
Gray-bellied squirrel NT


European rabbit NR

Hedgehogs and gymnuresEdit

Amur hedgehog LC
West European hedgehog LC
Indian long-eared hedgehog LC
Long-eared hedgehog EX (was introduced outside the Elf Windmill.Now the Elf Windmill has turned into the Hive.)

Shrews,moles and soledonsEdit

European mole CR


Tree pangolin LC (also see in the Fairy Health Zoo.)


Brandt's bat LC
Natterer's bat LC
Daubenton's bat LC (904 recorded in the Elf Road.)
Leisler's bat LC (two nationally important sites to see this species are Elf Oak Wood and Crooky Creek.)
Common pipistrelle LC (the most common species in Britain.)
Brown long-eared bat LC


North Atlantic right whale EN
Fin whale EN (great protecting site to see is The Banished Waters Of Britain.Amount is yet unknown.)
Minke whale LC(excellent site to see is the Irish Boal.Holds 2987 pairs.)
Blue whale CR (excellent protecting site to see is the Little Sea.)
Humpback whale LR/LC (excellent sites to see are The Banished Waters Of Britain and the Little Sea.Holds 3567 pairs.)
Beluga VU (good protecting site is The Irish Boal.Holded 1345 pairs in past,today there are 891 pairs left.)
Harbour porpoise VU (excellent non-falling site is The Banished Waters Of Britain.Holds 2311 pairs.)
Sperm whale EN
Pygmy sperm whale DD (excellent sites to see are the Pine Sea and The Oak Sea.)
Cuvier's beaked whale DD (great site to see is the Oak Sea.)
Northern bottlenose whale LC (great site to see is the Pine Sea.)


Short-beaked common dolphin LC (great sites to see are The Oak Sea and The Little Sea.Holds <a href="tel:5000-8000">5000-8000</a> pairs.)
Common bottlenose dolphin DD (most common fish mammal.9169 pairs in all waters of The East Little Kingdom.)
Risso's dolphin DD (great site to see is The Little Sea.Amount unknown.)


Red fox LC

Grey seal LC

Common seal LC

Walrus NR
Dhole CR
Pine marten LC
European badger LC
Stoat LC
European polecat NR
Least weasel LC
European otter LC (good site to see is the Frog Pond.Holds 150 pairs.Also used for elf meat aka.Bolwaga.)

Odd-toed ungulatesEdit

Feral horse EX (used to be around the Elf Oak Wood and The Pine Forest.The reason why it became extinct is because the elves started boating in 1701,the year that the Feral horse got extinct,although elsewhere in the country.)

Even-toed ungulatesEdit

Wild boar Reintroduced
Feral goat NR
Soay sheep LC (the Elf Farm has successfully bred this species.)
Scottish red deer EN (today,elves are still hunting this species,that means in the future they will be extirpated.)
Sika deer LC





Great northern loon LC (great site to see is The Banished Waters Of Britain.Holds <a href="tel:<a href="tel:<a href="tel:<a href="tel:6000-9867">6000-9867</a>">6000-9867</a>">6000-9867</a>">6000-9867</a> pairs.)

Ducks,geese and swansEdit

Mute swan LC (excellent site to see is East Creek.Same to other swans in the Little Kingdom.Holds <a href="tel:3900-6811">3900-6811</a> pairs.) Whooper swan LC
Bewick's swan LC
Bean goose LC (great site to see is The Lake.Holds 6980 pairs but pink-footed goose is unknown.)
Pink-footed goose LC
Greater white-fronted goose LC (great sites to see are West Creek and The Lake.Holds <a href="tel:6700-8000">6700-8000</a> pairs.)
Greylag goose NR (This species is running away from the Lake because elves are boating.)
Snow goose LC (best times to look are with flocks of brent geese.)
Brent goose LC (excellent site to see is West Creek.Holds 8760 pairs.)
Egyptian goose LR/NR
Common shelduck LC (seen in all freshwater rivers.)
Mandarin duck LC (introduced in St.Cedric's lake which is in Parkrisine.)
American wigeon LR/LC (a scarce migrant in Lollywood.)
Gadwall LC (common around human habitation.)
Eurasian teal LC (common around human habitation,like gadwalls.)
Green-winged teal NR (excellent site to see is the lake.Holds 6544 pairs.)
Mallard LC
American black duck EN (nearly CR.)
Northern pintail LC (impossible to record but there are a lot of this species.)
Blue-winged teal LC
Northern shoveler NR (another bird that is impossible to record but more impossible because it is mistakable for mallards.)
Common pochard LC
Tufted duck LC (nearly impossible to record.)
Common eider LC (good site to see is The Banished Waters Of Britain.Holds <a href="tel:3000-5000">3000-5000</a> pairs.)
Common scoter LC
Common goldeneye LC (great to see is around The Lake.)
Smew LC


Red grouse LC (good site to see is the Elf Farm.Holds 1605 pairs.)
Black grouse LC

Pheasants and partridgesEdit

Grey partridge LC
Common quail LC
Ring-necked pheasant LC (most buyed pet in The Little Kingdom.)
Golden pheasant LC

Shearwaters and petrelsEdit

These are highly pelagic birds with long,narrow wings and tube-shaped nostrils.They feed at sea on fish,squids and other marine life.They come to land in colonies,nesting in burrows or cliffs.There are about 77 worldwide,5 in The Little Kingdom.
Northern fulmar LC (great site to see is Ballyway Whale.Holds 7787 pairs.)
Capped petrel NR
Bulwer's petrel LC
Great shearwater LC (passage in The Irish Boal.)
Manx shearwater LC (good site to see is The Birch Sea.Holds 6987 pairs.)

Storm petrelsEdit

The storm-petrels are the smallest seabirds,feeding on plankton and small fish picked from the surface,typically while hovering.They nest in colonies on the ground,most often in burrows.There are about twenty five species worldwide,one in The Little Kingdom
European storm petrel (not too good at recording because of mistaken as a water bat.)


Great white pelican EX (Animal elf watchers do not know why this bird is extinct.)

Boobies and gannetsEdit

Northern gannet LR/LC (excellent site to see is Banyway Whale.Holds 8787 pairs.)


Great cormorant LC (excellent for elf fishing.)
Double-crested cormorant LC
European shag LC (great site to see is The Banished Waters Of Britain.)

Bitterns,herons and egretsEdit

Grey heron LR/LC (good site to see is tropical parts in the Lake.)
Little egret LC (excellent sites to see East Creek and the Irish Boal.Holds 7890 pairs.)


Little grebe LC
Great crested grebe LC (best part to look for this species in the UK.Holds 9400 pairs in the Lake,especially temperate parts.)

Hawks,kites and eaglesEdit

European honey buzzard LC
Red kite CR (one of the Little Kingdom's most endangered species.)
Egyptian vulture CR
Hen harrier LC
Eurasian buzzard LC (the Little Kingdom's most common species with 11560 pairs.)


Merlin LC
Peregrine falcon NR

Rails,crakes,gallinules and cootsEdit

Water rail LC (great site to see is The Frog Pond.Holds 7890 pairs.)
Common moorhen LC (good site to see is Crooky Creek.)
Eurasian coot  LC


The oystercatchers are large,obvious and noisy wading birds with strong bills for smashing or pising open molluscs.There are eleven species worldwide with one in The Little Kingdom.

Eurasian oystercatcher LC (good site to see is The Palm Sea and The Pine Sea.)

Plovers and lapwingsEdit

Common ringed plover LC (surviving site to see is The Palm Sea.Holds 4567 pairs.)
American golden plover LC
European golden plover LC (good site to see is The Oak Sea.)
Grey plover LC
Northern lapwing LC (excellent sites to see are all water locations in the Little Kingdom.)

Sandpipers and alliesEdit

A large,diverse family of wading birds.Different lengths of legs and bills
Sanderling LC
Pectoral sandpiper LC (good site to see is The Banished Waters Of Britain.)
Ruff LC


Black-legged kittiwake LC

Black-headed gull LC (reliable site to see is the Pine Sea)

Common gull LC (good sites to see are the Oak Sea,Pine Sea and Birch Sea)

Ring-billed gull LC

Lesser black-backed gull LC

European herring gull LC

Yellow-legged gull LC

Greater black-backed gull LC


Little tern LC

Sandwich tern LC (good site to see is the Banished Waters Of Britain)

Common tern LC

Roseate tern LC

Arctic tern EX (usedto live in the Pine Sea but the Palm Sea always got bigger and the water gets warmer)


Common guillemot LC

Razorbill NR (reliable site to see is the Irish Boal)

Atlantic puffin LC (great site to see is the Irish Boal) 

Pigeons and dovesEdit

Rock pigeon LC (good site to see is the Fairy Village.)
Stock dove LC
Common wood pigeon LC
Eurasian collared dove LC

Parrots,macaws and alliesEdit

Ring-necked parakeet LC (introducing site to see is East Creek.)
To see more animals,see Fauna (Part 2).A note is if there is something missing or a mistake,do it.

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