Oklahoma Wildlife

Wildlife found in Oklahoma

You guessed it, species found and collected solely in the Sooner state.

If it’s a species that makes Oklahoma it’s own, you’ll probably find it in Oklahoma Wildlife. View the scissor-tail flycatcher skeleton, the American bison, Beaver, Squirrels, Muskrat, Box turtle, Mice, and Fox!

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Oklahoma Wildlife

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Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivore means “flesh-eater”, and although this may refer to any mammal dining exclusively on other animals, is also the order assigned by taxonomists to include

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Flightless Birds

Flightless Birds

Flightless BirdsThere are many species of flightless birds ranging from rails to penguins to the ostrich. Flightless birds evolved from birds that could fly but

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Marsupials

Marsupials

Collectively known as marsupials, this superorder is divided into seven distinct orders; Didelphimorphia, Paucituberculata, Microbiotheria, Dasyuromorphia, Peramelemorphia, Notoryctemorphia, and Diprotodontia. Marsupials are pouch-bearing mammals who

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