Wild animals in Turkish

In this lesson we will learn new words on the topic: The names of wild animals in Turkish.



Wild animal names in Turkish

In this lesson we will learn new words related to wild animals in Turkish. Despite the richness of the fauna and flora of Turkey, wild animals are rarely found in Turkey than in Africa or America. But we still have to learn the words about wild animals in Turkish. Because the words on the topic wild animals in Turkish are often used and at the same time in the teaching of the Turkish language, the vocabulary on the topic wild animals in Turkish is the first learning topic.

Of course, in Turkey, in nature or in the forest, you cannot meet an elephant or a lion. In Turkey, you can only see wolves, jackals, or deer in the forest. But you will definitely not meet a crocodile. You can see such exotic wild animals as crocodile, lion, tiger or kangaroo in Turkey only in the circus or in the zoo. When you find yourself in the Zoo, naturally, you will have to know the names of wild animals in Turkish, otherwise you will not understand anything written on the information plate in Turkish or the guide who also speaks Turkish.

If you are going on a long-awaited trip to Turkey then take with you an English-Turkish dictionary on the topic of wild animals for tourists with pronunciation or learn a few phrases of the Turkish language before the trip. This lesson introduces common Turkish words and phrases about wild animals that will definitely come in handy in Turkey. The ability to pronounce the phrases of the Turkish language correctly will allow you to better navigate in an unfamiliar country, will give you the opportunity to endear the locals to your person, and will also allow you to show off your knowledge in front of your friends and family.All words and expressions are spoken by a Turkish native speaker. So you learn the correct pronunciation right away. Use our list of essential Turkish expressions as a little travel dictionary.

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Wild animal names in Turkish

Wild animals in Turkish

Proverbs about wild animals in Turkish

"Kurtla yaşayan, ulumasını öğrenir." - Who keeps company with the wolf will learn to howl.

"Kurda kuzu emanet edilmez." - A lamb is not entrusted to a wolf. (English version: To set the wolf to keep the sheep.)

"Ayının kırk masalı varmış kırkı da ahlat üstüne." - The bear has forty fairy tales, and all of them are about berries.

"Maymunu ateşe atmışlar, o da yavrusunu ayağının altına almış." - They threw the monkey into the fire, and she took her baby under her feet.

"Ayıya kaval çalmak." - Playing flute for a bear. (Trying to explain something to a stupid person.)

"Deve boynuz ararken kulaktan olmuş." - The camel lost his ears while looking for horns.

"Maymun gözünü açtı." - The monkey opened its eyes. (This proverb is used in the sense when a person has learned a lesson from a past event, he has come to his senses, he will no longer be deceived.)

Writing and pronunciation of the names of wild animals in Turkish.

Wild animals
Bear
Zebra
Beaver
Wolf
Camel
Turtle
Crocodile
Tiger
Lion
Leopard
Panther
Fox
Deer
Elk
Elephant
Giraffe
Hippopotamus
Rhinoceros
Lizard
Snake
Frog
Polar bear
Hare
Squirrel
Hedgehog
Kangaroo
Monkey
Mouse
Rat

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