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Hyenas or hyaenas are the animals of the family Hyaenidae.
Hyena or hyaena may also refer to:
- The Hyena (Boner's Ark), from the comic strip Boner's Ark
- Hyena (comics), two villains in the DC Comics universe
- Hyena (Gargoyles), from the Disney cartoon Gargoyles (1994-96)
- Hyena (The King of Fighters: Maximum Impact), in the 2004 fighting video game The King of Fighters: Maximum Impact
In the military
- HMS Hyaena, four ships of the Royal Navy
- de Havilland Hyena, a prototype British army co-operation aircraft of the 1920s
- Armstrong Siddeley Hyena, a British aero engine developed by Armstrong Siddeley in the 1930s
Film and television
- Hyenas (1992 film), also Hyènes, Senegalese film by Djibril Diop Mambéty based on Dürrenmatt's "Besuch der alten Dame"
- Hyenas (2011 film), a supernatural horror film, written and directed by Eric Weston
- Hyena (2014 film), a British film
- Hyena Filmproduktion, a film company founded by Monika Treut and Elfi Mikesch in 1984
- HYENA Records, record label founded by American jazz and R&B music producer and record label entrepreneur Joel Dorn in 2003
- Hyæna, a 1984 album by Siouxsie and the Banshees
- Hyena (soundtrack), the soundtrack album of 2006 South Korean television series Hyena
- "Hyena" (The Gazette song), a 2007 Japanese single by The Gazette from the album Stacked Rubbish
- "Hyena", a song from the 1986 album Lifes Rich Pageant by R.E.M.
- Lancia Hyena, a small family car introduced in 1992
- Iota Draconis, a star in the Draco constellation also known as "Al dhili" (male hyena, in Arabic)
- Le Iene (The Hyena), a television program broadcast on the Italian channel Italia 1 that began in 1996
- Jorge Rodrigo Barrios (born 1976), Argentine junior lightweight boxer known as La Hiena (The Hyena)
- Julius Jacob von Haynau (1786–1853), Austrian general known as "The Hyena of Brescia"
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