Los Animales: Animal Names in Spanish

by Sheila on Friday, April 12, 2013

Los Animales: Animal Names in Spanish

Los Animales

Discover “Los Animales”- Animal names in Spanish. The following infographic is the ideal tool for learning Spanish animal names. It can be used by teachers in classrooms, as a poster in your office, or to teach children the names of animals in Spanish.  Use this tool to help you memorize all of the most important animals in Spanish. Each animal is accompanied by an image that will make it easier to remember the animal names and memorize them. Within a few days you will be an expert at the most common Spanish animal names!

the animals

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1 » Icarus (on Tuesday, August 20, 2013) said:

Love the graphic! This is very nicely done. One point of criticism I have to add. You have a picture of a moose (Uapití in Spanish) labeled as a reindeer (Reno in Spanish), the rest looks good though.

2 » Tyson (on Tuesday, August 20, 2013) said:

Thank you for the correction Icarus, we're fixing it now. Thanks also for your interest in our blog and your kind words!

3 » Angiemaestra (on Saturday, October 26, 2013) said:

Where can i buy this poster???

4 » tyson (on Monday, October 28, 2013) said:

Hello Angiemaestra, although the poster is not available for purchase, you're more than welcome to print it directly from this blog, free of charge. Thank you for your interest and hope you keep enjoying the blog!

5 » Esther (on Tuesday, January 14, 2014) said:

Beautiful colours and great silhouettes.
My only concern was that I thought that the centipede (ciempiés) looked more like a caterpillar (oruga).

6 » Tyson (on Tuesday, January 14, 2014) said:

Hello Esther, thank you for your comment and for pointing out our mistake, we've changed centipede (ciempiés) for caterpillar (oruga). We hope you continue enjoying our blog!

7 » closeschaffer (on Wednesday, February 19, 2014) said:

Love this poster and wondered if you used an online infographic tool to make it? It would be a great vocab exercise for spanish students to make their own posters. How did you make the poster? What application?
Thanks for sharing
Regards Barbara

8 » Tyson (on Wednesday, February 19, 2014) said:

Thank you Barbara for your comment and we're glad to hear that you like the poster. We used photoshop to create it, but there is a great online infographic tool you could use at: infogr.am
Thanks again!