Pets and farm animals
Many people keep pets (= domestic animals that live with people) in Britain. The most common are dogs and cats, but children in particular sometimes keep mice (singular = a mouse) and rabbits.
Farm animals include: sheep, pigs, cows, horses, chickens and goats.
Note: The word ‘sheep’ is the singular and plural form i.e. a sheep or some sheep. A young sheep is called a lamb.
In a zoo or in the wild, you will find these wild animals.
Here are some common insects.
In the water, in the air, and on the ground
Here are some creatures (= living things, e.g. animals, birds, fish) that swim, fly, or move along the ground.