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All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
~ Napoleon's motto, from Animal Farm
 
A leopard can't change its spots.
~ Old saying
 
You can't teach an old dog new tricks.
~ Old saying
 
Beware the rat.
~ Old saying

Animals (excluding humans) are common in many settings, whether they be true animals - such as Cujo - or anthropomorphic characters such as Shadow the Hedgehog: a true animal villain is not really evil, but rather guided by instinct or hunger (such as Jaws), while some may be more clever and malicious (such as Dr. Blowhole). Animal villains are also predators, such as foxes, bears, and snakes.

Aside modern-day animals, creatures from prehistoric era such as dinosaurs, flying reptiles, etc. can also be animal villains in fiction, where they appear as well.

However, anthropomorphic animal villains are usually the direct opposite and are guided by human emotions and ideals, such as Jenner's love of power or Hopper's hatred of opposition.

Variations

  • Amphibians: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of amphibians including frogs, salamanders, etc.
  • Arachnids: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of arachnids including spiders, scorpions, etc.
  • Artiodactyls: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of Artiodactyls including pigs, hippopotamuses, camels, llamas, deer, giraffes, sheep, goats, cattle, etc. (see Even-toed ungulate in Wikipedia for further infos.)
  • Avians: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of birds.
  • Bears: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of bears.
  • Canines: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of dogs, wolves, foxes, and other related canines.
  • Cetaceans: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of cetaceans including whales, dolphins, etc.
  • Chiropterans: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of various bats.
  • Crustaceans: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of crustaceans including crabs, lobsters, etc.
  • Dinosaurs: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of dinosaurs.
  • Felines: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of cats, lions, tigers, and other related felines.
  • Fishes: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of fishes including piranhas, sharks, etc.
  • Insectoids: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of various insects.
  • Lagomorphs: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of rabbits, hares, and pikas.
  • Marsupials: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of kangaroos, koalas, wombats, etc.
  • Molluscs: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of octopi, snails, and other kinds of mollusca.
  • Perissodactyls: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of perissodactyls including horses, rhinoceroses, tapirs, etc.
  • Proboscideans: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of proboscideans including elephants, mammoths, etc.
  • Primates: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of various primates (excludes humans).
  • Reptilians: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of reptiles including lizards, crocodiles, snakes, etc.
  • Rodents: Animals whom came from/possesses traits of rodents such as mice, rats, squirrels, etc.

NOTE: Do NOT add beings such as Lycanthropes or any humans who have the ability to turn into animals to this category nor animal villains that merely instinctive creatures whom obviously lacks any malicious intentions or goals. This category is solely for characters that are originally animals and possesses villainous intentions, traits, and goals.

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