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Since Legion only one of each classic bear colour remains. The rest have switched to the new bear appearances.
This sleek falcon shares part of its model with the hawk, but it has a slimmer build. Its stunning textures are based on real-world falcon species! It can also use the skins created for the new hawk.
This hawk shares part of its model with the falcon, but it has a heavier head. Its textures are based on real-world hawk species, but it can also use the skins created for the new falcon.
This gorgeous parrot model currently only comes in a few colours. Hopefully more will be added and it'll be used to replace the original model entirely.
The corrupted spawn of the toad loa Krag'wa, perhaps you can redeem one of these ugly beauties!
These savage, flying ticks are the popular companions of Blood Troll hunters.
One albatross is mistakenly classed as a Carrion Bird instead of a Bird of Prey. It will probably be fixed in a future patch.
Panthara require a trick to tame. Farm up some Fresh Talbuk Meat from talbuks on Argus; approach your target; throw a Freezing Trap; Feign Death to lose aggro (this is essential for the meat to work); throw the meat directly on top of the panthara; tame quickly!
A slender and spiky crab with a unique look.
A fun addition for the crab family, the hermit crab shares all the same colours as the regular crab model, combined with eight possible shell patterns. This means there are currently 176 potential looks, but for the sake of space we only display the plain shell in the Unused Looks section.
A high-quality update for the old crab model, including a bunch of bright new colours.
There are five devilsaur colours and five armour colours, resulting in 25 potential look combos! Sadly, only a few exist on beasts and none are yet tameable.
There are five devilsaur colours and five armour colours, resulting in 25 potential looks! Only one is available currently.
The updated darkhound model serves as a replacement for the classic one. Note that the fiery darkhound is currently only available as a starting pet for Dark Iron Dwarf hunters - it isn't yet possible for other hunters to tame it.
The updated gryphon model is finally tameable in Battle for Azeroth. Four new colours are being added in this expansion, all variations on grey. The brown skin was added in Pandaria.
These wild, amphibious pack hunters were created from wolves by Professor Elryna of the Highborne, many millennia ago.
This formidable lizard, often called a 'saurolisk', comes in a huge range of bright colours.
Finally tameable in Battle for Azeroth, diemetradons have received a model update at the same time!
If you tame five colours can you assemble Voltron?
This updated mechanical chicken model comes in a huge range of new colours.
Amphibious rays that commonly inhabit the ocean depths.
A gorgeous updated pterrordax, found primarily in Zandalar.
This old model could well be replaced by the new one added in Battle for Azeroth, but it hasn't been yet.
Added in Mists of Pandaria, these pterodactyl relatives are native to the Isle of Thunder.
A lovely new raptor model with a feathery mane and tail. It's less likely that the undead version will be tameable, but we're including it here for completeness.
These sleek, theropods look cute and blood-thirsty at the same time!
A new river beast that looks more like a traditional hippo!
This stocky reptilian is the wild beast version of the Zandalari guardian druid form.
Although their model is named 'SeaEel', these awesome creatures are scaly, slither upright, and seem to be found on land - like the new cobras and the classic serpents.
A wicked cobra model, introduced in Battle for Azeroth.
A new form of silithid that emerged after the destruction of Silithus.
This toad is a natural/"non-loa" variation of the toad loa model.
First spotted in Pandaria, these toxic amphibians have been the death of many an adventurer.
A wicked new wasp, with a body that resembles the "hook wasps" from Draenor, but with a more traditionally wasp-like head.
This cute bee model was introduced in Kul Tiras.
These electrified worms are used by the Naga as guardians.