Mammals by Tinybop 4+

For kids who love animals‪.‬

Tinybop Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 75 Ratings
    • $3.99



Become a virtual zoologist or veterinarian! Study an elephant, a tiger, a bat, a kangaroo, an elephant, and a sloth and learn all about animal anatomy.

Kids explore the awesome and invisible wonders of the animal world. In this app, kids play and learn how mammals eat, see, run, fly, grow, and feel.

Play with and peek inside a tiger, a bat, a kangaroo, an elephant, and a sloth. Explore each animal's anatomy — bones, fur, whiskers, and more. Every animal is interactive!

"A joy to explore. There are so many surprises, so many thoughtful details." — Geeks with Junior

"Fabulous tool to engage kids in the sciences that’s both engaging and easy to navigate." — School Library Journal

**Japan Prize Finalist For Exceptional Children's Media

Mammals is No. 9 in Tinybop’s award-winning Explorer’s Library. Introduce your kids to big ideas in other Explorer’s Library apps, including The Human Body, Plants, Simple Machines, The Earth, Weather, Homes, Skyscrapers, and Space.

Each app teaches kids science literacy. Kids learn by observing, asking questions, making guesses, and playing in the app. We hope each app inspires conversations between you and your kids and opens doors to more learning in the world around you. Learn more at

○ Discover how a Bengal Tiger, Little Brown Bat, Red Kangaroo, African Elephant, and a Two-Toed Sloth live and play!
○ Every mammal is interactive.
○ Explore the skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, urogenital, and digestive systems of each animal.
○ Study each mammal’s fur (even elephants have a little fur!).
○ See how each mammal sees by looking through their eyes with your device’s camera.
○ Race two animals at a time and see who’s fastest (hint: it’s not the sloth).
○ Learn how fast each mammal's heart beats while it’s resting and moving.
○ Feed each mammal. Find out which one has sparkly poop — and why!
○ See how a baby elephant grows inside its mother.
○ See how a baby joey gets into the mama kangaroo’s pouch.
○ See how animals feel and react to tickling and stings.
○ Learn the bones in mammal skeletons and where they belong.
○ Scratch and attack to see how a tiger's claws work.
○ Discover how a tiger uses its whiskers to sense what is near it.
○ Learn how bats hunt in the dark using echolocation to \"see.\"
○ Find out how elephants use their trunks.
○ Content reviewed by zoologists.
○ Interactive text labels in 50+ languages teach vocabulary.
○ FREE Mammals Handbook has technology tips and basic info for teachers and parents.
○ Original artwork by Wenjia Tang.

FREE handbook
Our expert-reviewed handbook is full of facts, interaction hints, and discussion questions to support learning in this app, in the classroom or at home. Download in your app or at:

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What’s New

Version 1.3.1

Fixes an issue with labels and localizations introduced in the last build. °j°m

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
75 Ratings

75 Ratings

DabbingUnicorn ,

Great app

This game is awesome and very educational but I’ve only been playing it for a day and it’s already kinda boring. Please add more animals (reptiles would be cool and also some water animals) and maybe add the pregnancy feature to all of them, not just the elephant. Also, some of the features aren’t that engaging, please make them more fun. Otherwise, this app is cool! (I also have your Plants game and it’s great too!) My favorite feature is feeding the animals and seeing if they like the food (though I’ve tried all the food by now).

Developer Response ,

Hi! I'm sorry to hear that you're finding the app a little boring. Have you discovered the handbook? Our handbook includes interactivity tips, fun facts, and discussion questions. You can access it from the parent dashboard of the app or here: And thank you so much for the wonderful suggestions! I have shared them with the rest of the team 😀. If you have any other suggestions, please feel free to email Thanks!

Elshello ,

Amazing game, here’s some ideas.

I love this game. And I think there’s something missing. Here’s some ideas I have for this game. Add zebras, giraffes, cows, and maybe even rhinos. I can’t think of any systems for any of them but pregnancy. Zebras: tap the location of the womb where the zebra foal is in. Then after a number of taps, tap again for the zebra to make it’s way to the exit point with it’s leg coming out first. Then you can add extra features where you can interact with the foal to make it stand up. Giraffes: they should have the same mechanic as the others. But just with the long neck. Cows: exact same thing, but while it makes it’s way to the hole, milk should come out of the pregnant cow’s udders. Rhinos: same as the elephant, I guess. Thanks.

Developer Response ,

Hi! Thank you so much for those awesome suggestions! We will definitely keep them in mind when we update the app next. Please feel free to send any other ideas to! Thanks!

Sim Games 4ever ,

Best game ever!

I have all your games and by far, this is my favorite one, mainly because I like animals. Yeah, more animals would be great, and maybe you could compare the animals with more things, like how good their sense of taste is, and I do not really know why people are saying about reptiles because this game is about mammals, but I do thing you might want to add a game about reptiles. And I think that more big cats would be good, and showing the differences between them, like cheetahs attack their prey by chasing them, but leopards like to hide in trees but then jump down, otherwise launching a surprise attack. Thank you for reading this, and it is a really great game!

Developer Response ,

Interesting ideas!

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