5 Sea anemone Phylum Cnidaria -Class Anthozoa “Flower of the Sea” -Range from a half inch to 6 ft across! -More than 1000 species.Phylum Cnidaria
6 Sea Nettle, Chrysaora quinquecirrha Class ScyphozoaFrom the Greek, referring to a drinking cup…shape of the jellymost common stingingjellyfish in our areatypically 4 to 6 inchesin diameterPhylum Cnidaria
7 Portuguese man of war, Physalia physalis Class Hydrozoa-colony of many individual animals-named after a 16th century sailing shipPhylum Cnidaria
19 Medicinal Leech, Hirudo medicinalis Journal article, citing how the bacteria in the gut of the leech may cause infections when using leech therapy following Replantation of severed digitsPhylum Annelida
32 Bull Shark, Cartilaginous Fish Travels far up warm rivers (the Mississippi, the Alabama)!!!… Outdooralabama.comViviparous, with a yolksac-placenta.Maximum about 11 ft. (females); males reach about 10 ftOne of the three most dangerous speciesPhylum Chordata
33 Black Crappie Phylum Chordata Bony Fish, Class Osteichthyes Fishes of Alabama and the Mobile Basin.
34 Bluegill Sunfish (Bream), Bony Fish, Class OsteichthyesPhylum Chordata
35 Largemouth BassBony Fish, Class OsteichthyesPhylum Chordata
36 Blue Catfish Phylum Chordata Bony Fish, Class Osteichthyes State record 111 lbs, in Wheeler Lake, 1996.Widespread and occasionally abundant in the Mobile basin and Tennessee RiverPhylum Chordata
37 Alligator Gar Phylum Chordata Bony Fish, Class Osteichthyes 5.9 to 9.8 ft151-pound+, record, Tensaw River.
38 Hellbender Salamader, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis Class AmphibiaLargest salamander in US. Found in Elk, Flint and Paint Rock rivers among other Creeks and rivers in N. ALPhylum Chordata
39 Fowler’s Toad, Bufo fowleri. Class AmphibiaCommon statewide in a variety of habitats, including disturbed areas.Alabama’s most commonly encountered and widely distributed toad; often seen on roads.Phylum Chordata
40 Phylum Chordata Coral snake south Alabama only “red on yellow, kill a fellow”Class ReptiliaCompare to Scarlet Kingsnake – “red on black, venom lack”Phylum Chordata
67 Phylum Chordata Class Chondrichthyes Class Osteichthyes Class Amphibia Class ReptiliaClass AvesClass Mammalia
68 Class Mammalia Order Monotremata Order Cetacea Order Marsupialia Order LagomorphaOrder Endentata Order SirenaOrder Chiroptera Order ProboscideaOrder Insectivora Order ArtiodactlyaOrder Rodentia Order PerissodactlyaOrder Carnivora Order Primate