The 11 Animals That Start With U Most Relevant

Basil Manning

Some of the animals that start with the letter U they are the magpie, the grouse and the urubitinga. Each one belongs to different species of animals and they coexist in different habitats around the world..

Among these animals there are deer, birds and kangaroos. They have very diverse characteristics and live under different environmental conditions. Some of these are in danger of extinction. 

The most prominent animals that begin with U

1- Grouse

As its name implies, the grouse is a species of bird whose shape is similar to that of a rooster. Their specimens are greyish in color until they reach a light brown.

Males have greenish tones on the chest. They are native to the cold regions of Russia and Scandinavia.

Specimens can also be found in Spain, where hunting has been prohibited to make it a protected species.

2- Celestial magpie

The celestial magpie is a songbird that lives between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Magpies use their songs for different purposes, they even make an exclusive sound when they call to other birds..

3- Blue magpie

This magpie lives between Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. It is also a songbird.

It is characterized because it moves to the rhythm of its song, stretching the entire body and raising and lowering the tail..

4- Uribitinga

With an image similar to that of an eagle, the urubitinga is a large bird that measures between 50 and 58 cm, has black claws and can reach the size of a goose when it is only six months old..

It is also known as the crab hawk and it comes from Brazil and Guyana. It is a black bird with some white details on its tail and wings..

5- Urubú

The urubú also has the appearance of a rooster or hen. It is an important bird for the culture of Argentina and Brazil, since it is commonly used to fight diseases such as smallpox.

6- Uapiti

Also known as the Canadian deer, it is an animal with the appearance of a deer; in fact, it belongs to that same family.

It has large horns similar to those of a moose and, like this one, it is large. Specimens can be found in Asia and North America.

7- Ualarú

Also known as euro, it is one of the extant species of kangaroos. The ualarú is the most robust and smallest of this species.

It can be grayish and brownish-brown in color. Its habitat is in the rocky areas of Australia.

8- Wallaby

Also known as Walabi, it is the name that encompasses the 25 species of marsupials that mostly inhabit Australia.

These are smaller than a kangaroo. Some of its subspecies are in danger of extinction, others have already been exterminated by man.

9- Ursón

Also known as the North American porcupine, it is a huge rodent distributed by Alaska, Canada and the northwestern United States. Their origins were in South America, but they migrated to the aforementioned areas.

Chubby-bodied, they are black or brown in color, with some white stripes. Its face is small, as are its legs and tail..

10- Urial

Species of wild ram of great size and imposing antlers. Its name is due to the fact that they are located in the Urals and other Asian mountains, specifically in Russia, Pakistan, India or Afghanistan, among others. It is relatively fast and males can be quite aggressive if threatened.

11- Urina

Also called guazuncho, it is a species of deer native to South America (it is found in Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina or Uruguay). Solitary in style, it lives in wooded areas where it feeds on shoots, leaves, fruits, seeds and fungi..


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