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120+ Animals That Start with the Letter N Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fishes & Invertebrates

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All the continents in the world have numerous different animal species depending on their evolution. All animals are amazing and unique in their behaviour and unusual too. Today, we will discuss all animals that start with the letter N including Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish & Invertebrates. We will give all the common names of the species, however, scientific names are not included. Also, we will give you a small introduction to the beautiful animal species. Let’s discuss animals that start with the letter N including Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish & Invertebrates, We will start with Mammals,

Animals That Start with the Letter N

30 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Mammals)

Sleeping Fox

1. Nyala

Nyala is a type of antelope that belongs to the family bovid family. The animal species is native to southern parts of Africa. It loves to thrive in an area that provides the permanent supply of water and fresh grass, however, Habitat loss & lack of food (because of competition with cattle) are the main threats for the survival of the
species in the wild.

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2. Nutria

Also known as coypu is a type of rodent native to South America. It can survive in all ecosystems that provide enough water.Nutria is not on the list of endangered
species.

3. Numbat

The rare marsupials that do not have a pouch and native to the southwestern parts of Australia. It inhabits eucalyptus forests and grasslands. The animal species are endangered because of habitat loss due to the introduction of new species such as foxes and cats.

4. Noolbenger

Noolbenger is the Aboriginal name for the honey possum and found in the coastal plains of southwestern Australia. The animal species can only survive in places where flowers bloom 12 months of the year.

5. Noctule

Noctule can be either seen flying in search of insect-prey,such as Cockchafers or stays in trees. Just like other bats, its hibernates over winter.

6. Ningaui

The smallest marsupials are native to the southern provinces of Australia, including Victoria, South Australia and southern Western Australia. The average lifespan in the wild if approximately 12 to 14 months.

7. Nilgai

The largest antelope is native to Asia and mostly seen in the Himalayas in the north and to the state of Karnataka in the south. The animal species prefers grassland and woodland areas along with plains with shrubs and low hills.

8. Narwhal

Narwhal is a type of whale seen in the cold waters of Arctic mostly Atlantic and Russian and Canadian areas. Additionally known as “Moon Whale” & “unicorn of the sea”are migratory species who spend summer near the coast and travel away from the shore in the winters to prevent being trapped in ice.

9. Napu

Also known as greater mouse-deer or greater Malay chevrotain mostly seen in the Sumatra, Borneo, and smaller Malaysian and Indonesian islands including southern Myanmar, southern Thailand, and Peninsular Malaysia. The natural habitat of the animal species is subtropical or tropical, moist, lowland forest.

10. Nabarlek

Nabarlek occurs as three isolated subspecies across northern Australia. The second smallest of Australia’s rock-wallabies is approximately 29 – 35 cm and weighs 1 –1.7 kg.

11. Namaqua slender mongoose

It is also known as the Namibian slender mongoose is a subspecies of the slender mongoose and endemic to Namibia.

12. Namaqua rock rat

The species of rodent mostly seen in Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe and natural habitats include temperate forest, dry savanna, temperate shrubland and urban areas.

13. Namaqua dune mole rat

The rodent species found in Namibia and South Africa. The natural habitats are tropical or subtropical dry shrubland, sandy shores and caves.

14. Naked-rumped tomb bat

Its natural habitats include hot deserts, caves, subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland, subtropical dry shrubland and dry savanna. The species is native to Tanzania, Sudan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Niger, Togoo, Inda and many more countries.

15. Naked-rumped pouched bat

The naked-rumped pouched bat additionally known as pouched tomb bat mostly seen in Australia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and possibly Myanmar.

16. Naked-nosed pocket gopher

The threatened species mostly seen in Mexico.

17. Naked-eared deer mouse

The rodent species mostly seen in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua.

18. Naked mole-rat

Naked mole-rat is also known as the sand puppy is a rodent species native to parts of East Africa. The naked mole-rat and the Damaraland mole-rat are the only known
eusocial mammals.

19. Naivasha mole rat

Naivasha mole rat is a species of rodent endemic to Kenya and natural habitat includes tropical and subtropical moist montane forests, moist savanna and arable land

20. Nairobi grass rat

Nairobi grass rat is a species of rodent family mostly seen in the Kenya, Tanzania and sometimes Ethiopia.

21. Narrow-nosed planigale

Narrow-nosed planigale habitat includes Tussock grasslands, low shrublands, woodlands, gibber plains and river floodplains and mostly seen in Eastern Australia.

22. Narrow-nosed harvest mouse

The species of rodent found in Guatemala and Mexico.

23. Narrow-headed vole

Narrow-headed vole is a species of rodent range over northern and central Asia and also into Alaska.

24. Narrow-headed shrew

narrow-headed shrew is a species found in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its natural habitat is a swamp.

25. Narrow-footed bristly mouse

Narrow-footed bristly mouse is also known as ‘pinkie, kitten or pup’. The female species is known as ‘doe’ and males ‘buck’. The species were mostly seen in countries Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.

26. Narrow-faced kangaroo rat

Narrow-faced kangaroo rat is a species of rat endemic to California in the United States. They love to thrive in sandy soils with oak or pine and distributed along West-central California in the coastal mountains.

27. Narrow-eared roundleaf bat

Additionally known as a northern leaf-nosed bat is a species of bat endemic to Australia.

28. Napo spiny rat

Napo spiny rat is a spiny rat species from South America mostly seen in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.

29. Namib long-eared bat

Namib long-eared bat is a species of vesper bat mostly seen in Namibia and have habitats as dry savanna and temperate desert.

30. Namdapha flying squirrel

The nocturnal flying squirrel endemic to northeastern India, however a single specimen collected in 1981.

30 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Birds)

kingfisher bird

1. Nunbird

The bird species mostly seen in Amazon forest areas of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Also, seen in regions of eastern and southeastern Brazil. The
natural habitats include tropical and subtropical areas of forests including heavily degraded former forest.
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2. Noddy

Also known as the black noddy or white-capped noddy is a seabird with darker plumage and dark rather than pale lores.

3. Neddicky

Also known as piping cisticola is a small passerine bird mostly seen in Africa from Gabon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania south to the Cape.

4. Nicator

The songbird native to Africa and its genus contains three medium-sized passerine birds that include Western Nicator, Eastern Nicator and Yellow-throated Nicator.

5. Nightingale

Also known as rufous nightingale known for its powerful and beautiful song mostly seen in forests of Europe, south-west Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.

6. Nighthawk

The medium-sized bird species belongs to the nightjar family and mostly seen in North America. The bird species inhabits in logged forests, grasslands, plains, river
valleys and rocky outcrops.

7. Night-Heron

Also known as black-capped night heron commonly shortened as night heron in Eurasia and mostly seen in large parts of birds except coldest regions and Australasia.

8. Nightjar

The medium size bird species nocturnal characterized by long wings, short legs and very short bills.

9. Nene

Also known as Hawaiian goose is a bird species endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.

10. Nandu

The flightless bird species known for its large legs, a long neck, and three-toed feet.

11. Namaqua Warbler

Also known as Namaqua Prinia or white-breasted Prinia is a small passerine bird mostly seen in western South Africa and southern Namibia.

12. Namaqua Sandgrouse

The species of ground-dwelling bird mostly seen in the arid regions of south-western Africa.

13. Namaqua Doveo

The small pigeon is the only species of genus Oena.

14. Naked-faced Spiderhunter

The Naked-faced Spiderhunter is endemic to the Philippines and natural habitat includes tropical and subtropical moist lowland forests.

15. Naked-faced Barbet

The beautiful bird species were mostly seen in regions of Angola, Benin, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, DRC, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Togo.

16. Nahan’s Francolin

Also known as Nahan’s partridge is a endangered species is found in rainforest in northeastern DR Congo and western Uganda. Habitat loss and hunting are primary reasons for endangered status.

17. Nacunda Nighthawk

Nacunda Nighthawk natural habitat includes flooded lowland grassland or even wet with dry savanna and heavily degraded former forest. It is mostly seen in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

18. Nuthatch

Nuthatch is characterized by large heads, short tails, and powerful bills and feet mostly seen in North America and Europe and throughout Asia down to the Wallace
Line.

19. Nutcracker

The name Nutcracker is a new translation of German Nussbrecher, “nut-breaker” and it loves to eat pine nuts seeds.

20. Nunlet

The beautiful birds comes in genus of puffbird and belongs to Bucconidae family.

21. Narrow-billed Antwren

The Narrow-billed Antwren is a bird species belong to the family Thamnophilidae. Its natural habitats include deciduous and semi-deciduous forest between 250 and 1,050 metres above sea level and native to eastern Brazil where it is mostly seen in Bahia and Minas Gerais states.

22.Narosky’s Seedeater

Narosky’s Seedeater bird species belong to family Thraupidae. The migratory bird was mostly seen in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

23. Narino Tapaculo

Narino Tapaculo is a species of the bird comes in the Rhinocryptidae family and mostly seen in Colombia, Ecuador, and Panama. Tropical and subtropical moist montane forests are its natural habitats.

24. Narina’s Trogon

Narina’s Trogon is a bird species belong to family Trogonidae and mostly seen in forests and woodlands of the Afrotropics.

25. Narcondam Hornbill

Narcondam Hornbill is a bird species belong to the family Bucerotidae and endemic to the Indian island of Narcondam in the Andamans. Both males and females have distinct plumage.

26. Narcissus flycatcher

Narcissus flycatcher is a bird species belong to the Old World flycatcher family and mostly seen in Asia, from Sakhalin to the north, through Japan across through Korea, mainland China, and Taiwan, wintering in southeast Asia, including the Philippines and Borneo.

27. Napo Sabrewing

Napo Sabrewing belong to the hummingbird family Trochilidae and mostly seen in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Its natural habitat includes subtropical or tropical moist montane forest, however, becoming rare due habitat loss.

28. Nankeen Night Heron

Nankeen Night Heron also was known as rufous night heron is a medium-sized heron mostly seen in Indonesia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia, and throughout much of Australia except the arid inland. A small colon also is seen in Wanganui, New Zealand.

29. Nankeen Kestrel

Nankeen Kestrel is one of the smallest falcons mostly seen in Australia, New Guinea, and nearby islands.

30. Nanday Parakeet

Nanday Parakeet also known as a black-hooded parakeet or nanday conure is a medium-sized bird mostly seen in South America from southeast Bolivia to southwest Brazil, central Paraguay, and northern Argentina, from the region known as the Pantanal.

30 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Reptiles)

Lizard

1. Nutaphand’s Narrowhead Softshell

Nutaphand’s Narrowhead Softshell is a large species of softshell turtle belongs to the family Trionychidae.

2. Nuevo Leon Graceful Brown Snake

Nuevo Leon Graceful Brown Snake species inhabited the Northeast of Mexico.

3. Nubian Soft-shelled Turtle

Nubian Soft-shelled Turtle is one of the two species of softshell turtle that belongs to Trionychidae family and mostly seen in Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan, and Togo.

4. Nunez Tree Iguana

Nunez Tree Iguana is a lizard species belongs to the family Iguanidae and mostly seen in Chile.

5. Northwestern garter snake

The northwestern garter snake is a snake species belongs to family Colubridae. It is mostly seen in North America.

6. Northern water snake

The large nonvenomous snake northern water snake belongs to the family Colubridae and it is native to North America.

7. Northern Leaf-tailed Gecko

Northern Leaf-tailed Gecko belongs to species Saltuarius also known as Australian leaf-tailed geckos.

8. Northern Desert Iguana

The most common lizard of the Sonoran and Mojave deserts of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico was known as Northern Desert Iguana occur in several Gulf of California islands.

9. Northern Chuckwalla

The large lizards belong to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico and also on coastal islands belongs to the family Iguanidae.

10. Northern Chiapas Arboreal Alligator Lizard

Northern Chiapas Arboreal Alligator Lizard is a species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1939 by Rafael Martín del Campo.

11. Northern Bahamian rock iguana

Northern Bahamian rock iguana is a species of lizard mostly seen on the Andros and Exuma islands in the Bahamas.

12. Northern alligator lizard

The medium sized lizard Northern alligator lizard native to the North American west coast.

13. Nilson’s Snake Skink

Also known as Nilson’s Snake Skink and Plateau Snake Skink mostly seen under stones on sparsely vegetated along with ground devoid of loose sand with rocky ground mostly near dry river beds with clay topsoil.

14. Nile crocodile

African largest crocodile Nile crocodile is mostly seen on sub-Saharan Africa, the Nile Basin, and Madagascar in rivers, freshwater marshes, and mangrove swamps.

15. Nikolsky’s Iranian Gecko

Nikolsky’s Iranian Gecko also known as Makran Spider Gecko & Nikolsky’s Iranian Gecko mostly seen in E Iran, Pakistan.

16. Night Snake

Night Snake is a species of rear-fanged colubrid mostly seen in the ranges throughout the southwestern and western United States and sometimes seen in Mexico and British Columbia, Canada.

17. Newman’s Knob-scaled Lizard

The prehistoric lizard species belongs to Xenosauridae family and mostly seen in the extreme south-eastern San Luis Potosi State and from La Selva, Mexico above sea level.

18. New GuineaSnapping Turtle

New GuineaSnapping Turtle is also known as Western New Guinea stream turtle or New Guinea snapping turtle is a freshwater turtle in the Chelidae family and mostly seen in the Vogelkopf region west of Cenderawasih Bay and on the island of Waigeo of West Papua Indonesia.

19. New Guinea Snakeneck Turtle

New Guinea Snakeneck Turtle is a species of Chelidae mostly seen in northeastern Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

20. New Guinea crocodile

New Guinea crocodile is a species of crocodile found on the island of New Guinea. The habitat of the New Guinea crocodile is mostly freshwater swamps and lakes.

21. Nelson’s Spiny Lizard

Also known as Nelson’s Spiny Lizard, Southern Nelson’s Lizard, Espinosa de Nelson, Northern Nelson’s Lizard & Espinosa Boreal de Nelson mostly seen in Mexico.

22. Negros Scaly-toed Gecko

Negros Scaly-toed Gecko also known as Negros Scaly-toed Gecko mostly seen in the Philippines.

23. Negros Island Worm Snake

Negros Island Worm Snake most seen in the Philippines including regions of Mindanao, Cebu, Camotes, Negros, Luzon, Bohol and Mindoro Islands.

24. Negros Forest Dragon

Negros Forest Dragon also was known as Philippine forest dragon is a lizard species native to the Philippines mostly seen on the islands of Negros, Mindanao and Panay, and possibly on Siargao, Luzon, Samar, Palawan and the Calamian Islands

25. Navassa Curlytail Lizard

Navassa Curlytail Lizard is an extinct lizard species belongs to the family curly-tailed lizards (Leiocephalidae). Only one female specimen is known which was described
in 1868.

26. Natural Tree Gecko

It is also known as Natural Tree Gecko or Rough gecko is mostly seen in New Zealand in the areas of Nelson, Marlborough & Canterbury provinces.

27. Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon

Natal Midlands Dwarf Chameleon is a chameleon species native to woodland habitat in the inland Midlands area of the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal.

28. Natal Hingeback Tortoise

Natal Hingeback Tortoise is also known as Natal hinge-backed tortoise or Natal hinged tortoise belongs to the family Testudinidae restricted to areas of eastern southern Africa and borders of Mozambique, South Africa, and Swaziland.

29. Narrowbridged Musk Turtle

Narrowbridged Musk Turtle is a species of turtle in the family Kinosternidae and it is native to Central America and Mexico.

30. Narrowbridged Mud Turtle

Narrowbridged Mud Turtle is also known as Central American mud turtle is a species of turtle belongs to the family Kinosternidae native to Central America.

30 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Amphibians)

Tree Frog

1. Northern Burrowing Frog

Northern Burrowing Frog is a species of frog belongs to family Myobatrachidae. The species is endemic to Australia and its natural habitats include subtropical or tropical dry shrubland and subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland.

2. Northern Bullfrog

The amphibious frog belongs to the Ranidae family and commonly known as bullfrog in Canada and the United States.

3. Northern Barred Frog

Northern Barred Frog is a ground-dwelling frog native to tropical northern Queensland, Australia.

4. Northern Banjo Frog

Northern Banjo Frog is a ground-dwelling burrowing frog mostly seen in eastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales, Australia.

5. Northern Banded Newt

Northern Banded Newt is a species of newt belongs to the family Salamandridae and mostly seen in northeastern Turkey and the western Caucasus in Georgia, Armenia, and southern Russia.

6. Northeastern Pepper Frog

Northeastern Pepper Frog is a small chorus frog mostly seen in throughout the eastern United States and Canada.

7. North African fire salamander

North African fire salamander is a species of salamander mostly seen in Algeria, Morocco, Spain, and possibly Tunisia.

8. Nornalup frog

Nornalup frog is a small frog species with a brown short body and long legs. Pink spots can be seen on the frog’s legs.

9. Nile Delta Toad

Nile Delta Toad is also known as Damietta toad belong to the family Bufonidae and mostly seen in Egypt near the Nile Delta to as far south as Luxor.

10. Nigeria Banana Frog

Nigeria Banana Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Hyperoliidae and mostly seen in southeastern Guinea, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, and western Nigeria.

11. Nicholl’s Toadlet

Nicholl’s Toadlet is a species of Australian frog also known as Metacrinia and mostly seen in Southwest Australia occurring between Dunsborough and Albany.

12. New Mexico Spadefoot

New Mexico Spadefoot is a species of American spadefoot toad mostly seen in the southwestern United States and Mexico. It is also known as Mexican spadefoot toad, desert spadefoot toad or southern spadefoot toad.

13. New Jersey Chorus Frog

New Jersey Chorus Frog is a frog species identical to the upland chorus frog mostly seen in New Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania, and the Delmarva Peninsula of eastern Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.

14. New Holland Frog

New Holland Frog also is known as the wide-mouthed frog is a large species burrowing frog native mostly seen in the northern New South Wales and the eastern 3 quarters of
Queensland, Australia.

15. Neuse River waterdog

Neuse River waterdog is a medium sized newt belongs to the family Proteidae saw in the two rivers of North Carolina.

16. Nepal Wart Frog

Nepal Wart Frog is a small sized frog mostly seen in the northern and northeastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

17. Negros forest frog

Negros forest frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Ceratobatrachidae and mostly seen in the Panay and Negros, Philippines.

18. Neglected frog

A neglected frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Microhylidae mostly seen in Australia and natural habitats include tropical and subtropical moist lowland
forests.

19. Natterjack Toad

Natterjack Toad is a toad native to sandy and heathland areas of Europe.

20. Natal Sand Frog

Natal Sand Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Pyxicephalidae and mostly seen in Mozambique, South Africa, and Swaziland, and sometimes in Botswana, Lesotho, and Zimbabwe.

21. Natal Ghost Frog

Natal Ghost Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family heleophrynidae and it is the only genus of Hadromophryne.

22. Natal Dwarf Puddle Frog

Natal Dwarf Puddle Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Phrynobatrachidae and mostly seen in Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, Central.  The African Republic, Republic of the Congo and many more.

23. Natal banana frog

Natal banana frog mostly seen in South Africa and sometimes in Lesotho with its natural habitats include temperate forests, temperate shrubland, swamps, intermittent freshwater marshes, arable land, rural gardens, ponds, and canals and ditches.

24. Nankiang horned toad

Nankiang horned toad is an amphibian species belongs to the family Megophryidae and mostly seen in the northern Sichuan and southern Gansu, China.

25. Namiye’s frog

Namiye’s frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Dicroglossidae and mostly seen in the Okinawa Island, Japan.

26. Namaqua stream frog

Namaqua stream frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Pyxicephalidae and mostly seen in South Africa and possibly Namibia.

27. Namaqua Rain Frog

Namaqua Rain Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Brevicipitidae and mostly seen in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and possibly Namibia.

28. Namaqua Dainty Frog

Namaqua Dainty Frog is a species of frog belongs to the family Pyxicephalidae and mostly seen in Namibia and South Africa.

29. Namaqua Caco

Namaqua Caco is is a species of frog belongs to the family Pyxicephalidae and natural habitats include subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, intermittent rivers and intermittent freshwater marshes.

30. Newt

Newt is a salamander belongs to eh family Pleurodelinae also known as left in the terrestrial juvenile phase.

30 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Fishes)

Discus Fish

1. Numbray

Numbray also was known as spottail sleeper ray is a species of electric ray belongs to family Narkidae and mostly seen in shallow muddy estuaries or offshore depths.

2. Nukta

Nukta belongs to the genus of cyprinid fish mostly seen in Asia.

3. Noodlefish

Also known as Icefishes belongs to the family, Salangidae and mostly seen in freshwater environments in East and Southeast Asia.

4. Nkupe

Nkupe is a strong fighting fish mostly seen in the western area of Kariba where the Zambezi river joins the lake.

5. Ningu

Ningu is a species of ray-finned fish belongs to the family Cyprinidae has mostly seen in the Lake Victoria basin in Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.

6. Nightfish

Nightfish mostly seen in the southwest coast of Western Australia and identifying features are largemouth and with large conspicuous pores.

7. Needlefish

Needlefish also knew as long toms mostly seen in marine, brackish, and freshwater environments.

8. Naso

Naso also commonly known as unicornfishes because of the “rostral protuberance” and a horn-like extension can be seen in the forehead of some species.

9. Nase

Nase is a European potamodromous cyprinid fish commonly known as nase, however, can belong to any species of its genus Chondrostoma.

10. Nalolo

It is known as the Nalolo in South Africa and the Nalolo blenny in Micronesia and mostly seen in the coral reefs in the western Indian ocean.

11. Naked barracuda

Naked barracuda is mostly seen from East Africa to Indonesia from north to Japan and to Samoa and the Line Is.

12. Nakamura’s escolar

Nakamura’s escolar mostly seen in Nazareth Bank and off Sumatra in the Indian Ocean and Kyushu-Palau Ridge from Japan and off Oahu, Hawaii.

13. Nail snakelet

Nail snakelet mostly lives in the demersal & marine upto depth range of 44 – 44 m environment.

14. Nahacky’s angelfish

Nahacky’s angelfish distributed in the Eastern Central Pacific mostly from Johnston Atoll. Strays reported from the Hawaiian Islands.

15. Nagasaki damsel

Also known as Blue-scribbled Damsel, Blue-scribbled Damselfish, Nagasaki Damselfish, Ocellate Damsel, Ocellate Damselfish, Ocellated Damsel, Ocellated Damselfish, Sandy Damsel, Speckled-fin Damsel ad mostly seen in the sandy areas close to the soft coral patches and gorgonians in lagoons and fringe reefs.

16. Nagaichthys filipes

Nagaichthys filipes is a species of spineless eel mostly seen in Indonesia and Malaysia.

17. Nachtrieb dace

Nachtrieb dace mostly saw in North America in the slopes of USA from Hudson River drainage in Vermont and New York and south to Potomac River drainage in Virginia and sometimes in upper Ohio River drainages in south New York to West Virginia.

18. Nurseryfish

Also known as forehead brooders, or incubator fish and mostly seen in fresh, brackish and coastal marine waters ranging from India through Southeast Asia to New Guinea and northern Australia.

19. Numbfish

Numbfish is a group of electric rays belongs to the family Narcinidae and can be seen throughout the world and prefers warm temperate and tropical continental and
continental insular waters.

20. Naked schizothoracin

Naked schizothoracin distributed in Asia mostly in Brahmaputra River in Tibet.

21. Naked sand darter

Naked sand darter is a freshwater fish belongs to the family Percidae and mostly seen in the southeastern United States.

22. Naked puffer

Naked puffer is a fish species belongs to the family Tetraodontidae or pufferfishes and mostly seen in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

23. Naked pipefish

Naked pipefish distributed in western central Pacific mostly seen in Palau and southeastern Papua New Guinea.

24. Naked Osman

It is a genus of cyprinid fish mostly seen in Asia and contains three described species.

25. Naked goby

Naked goby is a common name of several fishes and may refer to Croilia mossambica & Gobiosoma bosc.

26. Naked dartfish

Naked dartfish lives in the reef-associated in the depth of range of 5 – 37 m environment.

27. Naked characin

Naked characin is a small species of fish belongs to the family Characidae and endemic to near Valcheta in northern Patagonia, Argentina.

28. Naked cardinalfish

Naked cardinalfish distributed in Southwest Pacific endemic to Australia.

29. Naked blenny

Naked blenny distributed in Western Atlantic and can be seen in the Bahamas and Puerto Rico to the northern coast of South America.

30. Naked shellear

Naked shellear is a freshwater fish mostly seen in Africa and can be seen in upper White Nile basin in Sudan.

5 Animals That Start with the Letter N (Invertebrates)

animals that start with the letter N

1. Neptune’s Cup

Neptune’s Cup is a species of demosponge belongs to the family Clionaidae.

2. Nematode

Also known as roundworms belongs to the family the phylum Nematoda also known as Nemathelminthes.

3. Nightcrawler

Nightcrawler can refer to European Nightcrawler is a species of earthworm native to Europe.

4. Nudibranch

The soft-bodied Nudibranch is marine gastropod molluscs and casually called sea slugs.

5. Nautilus

Nautilus species is related to octopus, squid and cuttlefish and are buoyancy experts.

These are the animals that start with the letter N. Do post your comments.

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