All free, undomesticated species. Sometimes the term is used to describe only free, undomesticated animal species.
animals living in the wilderness without human intervention.
Any non-domesticated living organism, including plants, lower animals, and vertebrates.
Plants, animals, and microbes that live independently of humans; plants, animals, and microbes that are not domesticated.
all living things (except people) that are undomesticated; "chemicals could kill all the wildlife"
animals located in the wild
Most generally, organisms living in a natural state. The legal definition in Bangladesh restricts it to ( Bangladesh Wildlife (Preservation) (Amendment) Act 1974) vertebrate species, other than humans, fish, and usually domesticated animal species, and including the eggs of birds and reptiles.
Undomesticated species of plants and animals including insects and reptiles.
Usually refers to large wild animals like deer, mice, birds, etc. that have not been domesticated for human use. The term is usually not used to describe smaller animals like insects.
all native species of plants and animals, including invertebrates and micro-organisms.
Undomesticated animals (does not include feral animals) generally assumed to be living in their natural habitat.
All the naturally occurring plants and animals in an area.
Wild animals and vegetation, especially animals living in a natural, undomesticated state.
Any non-domesticated animal species living in its natural habitat.
Wild animals and plants.
Wild animals including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, and invertebrates.
for the purposes of this Plan, the term "wildlife" includes and non-domesticated mammal, fish, bird, reptile, mollusk, crustacean, arthropod and other invertebrate or plant.
A broad term that includes nondomesticated vertebrates, especially mammals, birds and fish.
Any wild mammal, bird. reptile amphibian.
Anything living, both plants and animals, which is not domesticated.
Wildlife refers to all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticated organisms are those that have adapted to survival with the help of (or under the control of) humans, after many generations. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has had a major impact on the environment, both postive and negative.