The Mammals: H ClipArt gallery contains 83 illustrations of mammals starting with the letter "H" including: hamster, hare, hartebeest, hedgehog, hippopotamus, hog, horse, hydromys, hyena and hyrax.
Hamsters are rodents. They are adapted for rapid and continuous gnawing, and they live chiefly upon…
It is a reddish-brown color above and black below, but variations in color ar enot uncommon. The length…
Hares are larger than rabbits, with longer ears and hind legs. They live above ground in nests. Hares…
An illustration of a hare.
The common hare of Palestine.
"It has a head loner than usual with hares, and thickly covered with cur, even the tip of the nose;…
Rabbits and hares.
A large South African antelope.
The hedgehog is insectivorous and is in the same family as moles and shrews.
"The body is short, thick, and stout; the nose pointed, the tail short or entirely wanting, and the…
A small animal having the hair on the upper part of its body mixed with prickles or spines, and endowed…
A small European and Asian rodent has quills on his back and can roll up into a ball.
"Hedgehog is a quadruped distinguished by having the body covered with spines instead of hair. The skin…
A skinned hedgehog. This image is supposed to show the muscles of the back which contract to make the…
The West European Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) is a small mammal in the Erinaceidae family of hedgehogs.
An illustration of a female cow also known as a heifer.
An illustration of a five year old female cow also known as a heifer.
An illustration of a ten month old female cow also known as a heifer.
An illustration of a Devon heifer.
An illustration of a short horned heifer.
"These animals have a large head, a long body, long pointed ears, large eyes, and long hind-legs used…
"In this the fur is short, smooth, and bright red bay; the legs are straw color; there is a broad, longitudinal…
"Of this the muzzle is exceedingly thick and blunt, the head is very large, but the greater part of…
A baby hippopotamus being fed at the zoo.
A baby hippopotamus with a reporter
A large mammal that resides in aquatic habitats and is mostly herbivorous.
A family of hippopotami.
The Hippopotamus is the river horse of Africa, a genus of a family of ungulates, which contains only…
An illustration of a hog.
A large wart hog with large warts and the head uncouth in its form.
A wild hog native to India. Has upper canines up to 12 inches in length.
"It is of the size of a common hog; has long, narrow, straight ears, with a pencil of hair at the tips.…
A large hog.
"The Wart Hog closely resembles the true hogs in most of their characters, and particularly in their…
Two hogs facing left.
Horse with carrying sack of grain.
A well-proportioned horse.
A horse going to the mill.
"A quadruped of the gen. Equus." — Williams, 1889
A horse jumping.
The four-toed horse restored from a study of its fossil skeleton.
An illustration of a horse.
An illustration of a horse.
A horse, with names of parts. 1, crest; 2, withers; 3, croup; 4, hamstring; 5, hock; 6, cannon; 7, fetlock;…
A primitive desert horse during the time period of Miocene.
Horse head facing left.
Horse in a field.
A famous racehorse.
A gentleman's road horse
A breed of fast, intelligent horses from arabia.
"The fastest race horse in the world. His best time, May 24, 1877, was 1.39 for one mile." — S. G.…
A famous racehorse who won a match in 1878.
A horse trained to run around a circus ring with a man standing on his back.
A Clydesdale horse, used for pulling heavy loads.
A famous race-horse of incredible speed.
Boy feeding his horse