Animal (disambiguation)

Animal (disambiguation)

An animal is a taxonomic member of the Kingdom .

Animal may also refer to:

* A.N.I.M.A.L., an Argentinian heavy metal band
* The Animals, a British rock band
* "Animals" (album), a 1977 concept album by Pink Floyd
* "Animal" (song), the name of several songs
* "Animal" (video game), a video game by Microtime
* "Animal" (book), full title Animal: The Definitive Visual Guide to The World's WildLife, a 2003 non-fiction book by David Burnie and several co-authors
* ANIMAL (image processing), an interactive software environment for image processing
* "The Animal", a 2001 film starring Rob Schneider
* "Animal", a 2005 film starring Ving Rhames and Terrance Howard.
* "Animals" is an episode of "The Vicar of Dibley".
* "Animals" (comedy), a stand-up show written and performed by Ricky Gervais.

in people and characters:
* Animal (Muppet), a drummer in the Muppet Show's Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem
* George Steele, professional wrestler nicknamed "The Animal"
* Joseph Laurinaitis, professional wrestler nicknamed "Road Warrior Animal"
* David Batista, professional wrestler nicknamed "The Animal"
* Animal, nickname of "Takeshi's Castle" regular character, played by Japanese/American baseball player Brad Lesley
* Animal, nickname of Brazilian association footballer Edmundo.Animalia may mean:
*"Animalia" (book), a 1986 children's book by Australian author Graeme Base

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