List of fictional ungulates in literature

This list of fictional ungulates in literature is a subsidiary to the list of fictional ungulates and list of fictional animals. The list is restricted to notable ungulate (hooved) characters from various works of literature. This list includes deer, moose, cattle, giraffes, camels, donkeys, sheep and zebras, but excluding horses, pachyderms and pigs, which are listed in separate lists.

Deer and moose

Name Species Author Work Notes
Bambi White-Tailed Deer Felix Salten Bambi, A Life in the Woods
Elliot Moose Andrea Beck Elliot Moose
Faline White-Tailed Deer Felix Salten Bambi, A Life in the Woods
Rannoch Red Deer David Clement-Davies Fire bringer
Rudolph Reindeer Robert L. May Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer a reindeer originally from the 1939 story 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer', later adapted to a 1949 song, a 1964 television special, and various derivative works.




Name Author Work Notes
Benjamin George Orwell Animal Farm
Candlewick Carlo Collodi The Adventures of Pinocchio Boy who turns into a donkey
Eeyore A. A. Milne Winnie-the-Pooh A gloomy, pessimistic donkey, but a true friend of Pooh's.
Puzzle C. S. Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia


Name Species Author Work Notes
Zigby Zebra Brian Paterson Zigby

Pachyderms (elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses)



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