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GTA 5 Animals

Last Edited by TreeFitty February 05, 2015 : 224 Comments : 380,738 Views

Red Dead Redemption featured a wide array of animals small and large. It seemed only right for some of those animals to return to Grand Theft Auto V since the game features a functioning ecosystem teeming with wildlife. What animals can we turn into roadkill? Check out a list below...

Butterflies

Butterflies can be seen flying around gardens or other flower-filled areas.

GTA 5 Butterflies

Cats

The PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V includes cats which can be spotted lounging in alleyways.

GTA 5 Cats

Chickens

Cluckin' Bell get's their food from somewhere. Chickens can be found around villages or small farms in Blaine County.

GTA 5 Chickens

Cockroaches

Trevor's trailer gets a little more gross in the PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V. Same with trash piles and dumpsters.

GTA 5 Cockroaches

Cormorants

A webbed-foot bird mixed in with the crows and hawks flying around the skies. iGTA5

GTA 5 Cormorants

Cougars/Mountain Lions

Creeping around the mountains, their growl still brings fear to the most heavily armed assassin.

GTA 5 Cougars

Coyotes

Scavenging food in the open areas of Blaine County and wander into towns at times. Run in packs of three.

GTA 5 Coyotes

Cows

Cows can be found around the farms in Grapeseed or north of Madrazo's place. iGTA5

GTA 5 Cows

Crows

A group of crows is called a murder. Keep that in mind.

GTA 5 Crows

Dogs

Labrador retrievers and rottweilers (standard or mix with brown fur) keep residents of the area company and offer protection. The PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V adds huskies, border collies, pugs, poodles, and west highland terriers to the mix.

GTA 5 Dogs Old-Gen
GTA 5 Dogs New-Gen

Dolphins

The PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V includes dolphins which hang out near beaches but usually shy away from people.

GTA 5 Dolphins

Elk/Deer

Prancing around the woods and open grass areas of the countryside. Usually grouped in fours.

GTA 5 Elks/Deer

Fish

There are various types of fish swimming around the waters of Los Santos and Blaine County.

GTA 5 Fish

Flies

Small, pixelated little flies fluttering around trash or sometimes plants.

GTA 5 Flies

Hawks/Chicken Hawks)

Gliding through the air in Blaine County looking for a quick meal. iGTA5

GTA 5 Hawks

Humpback Whales

The PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V features humpback whales in deep water just off the coast.

GTA 5 Humpback Whales

Killer Whales

Free Willy and friends take residence in the waters of the PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V.

GTA 5 Killer Whales

Monkeys

These appear in a few spots during the story and in other entertainment options.

GTA 5 Monkeys

Pigs

Oink, oink! Pigs can be found around some farms outside Los Santos including Madrazo's place.

GTA 5 Pigs

Pigeons

Those infamous flying rats return in the PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V. Sit around a park or the golf course long enough and they'll wander near.

GTA 5 Pigeons

Rabbits

Little Bunny Foo Foo is going to get more than a bop on the head. PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V.

GTA 5 Rabbits

Rats

Scurrying around all over the place. You can walk right by them without noticing.

GTA 5 Rats

Seagulls

Seagulls can be found pretty much anywhere there's a lot water. Especially the coastlines.

GTA 5 Seagulls

Sharks

Great White/Bull sharks roam the ocean especially near Mount Gordo. Don't be exposed in open water for too long or else they'll come find you. More friendly Hammerheads appear in the PC/PS4/Xb1 versions of the game north of Chumash.

GTA 5 Sharks

Stingrays

The PC/PS4/Xb1 version of GTA V includes stingrays gliding above the ocean floor near beaches.

GTA 5 Stingrays

Wild Boars

This elusive animal can be found in a few areas of Blaine County just off roadways including the sonar collections dock.

GTA 5 Wild Boars


In addition to these creatures you may also come across aliens in a few places during the game and even a sasquatch.

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