It should be noted that this page is based upon a classification of mammals proposed for a mid-17th century world. For such a world, appearances are sufficient to group mammals together for druidical study. This will mean that in many instances animals are classified together that would never be grouped in the modern age.

The following are orders of mammals that can be independently studied:
  • Bovines: antelopes, camels, cattle, deer, giraffes, goats, hippopotamuses, llamas, mouse deer, peccaries, pigs, sheep
  • Cats: jaguars, leopards, lions, lynx, pumas, sabre-tooth cats, tigers
  • Dogs: aardwolves, civets, hyenas, wolves (including dire and worg
  • Elephants: African & Asian elephants, baluchitherium, mammoths, mastodons
  • Equines: donkeys, horses, tapirs, rhinocerous, titanotheres, zebras
  • Hares & Rodents: beavers, hyrax, mice, moles, mongooses, porcupines, rabbits, raccoons, rats, shrews, skunks, weasels
  • Insectivores: aardvarks, anteaters, armadillos, hedgehogs
  • Monkeys: apes, baboons, lemurs, monkeys, sloths (humanoids not included)
  • Ursa: bears, kangaroos, koalas, pandas

The list above is not complete.

Note that Sea Mammals (dolphins, elephant seals, manatees, porpoises, sea cows, walruses, whales) are included in the druidical study, Sea Life.