list of fictional pachyderms is a subsidiary to the List of fictional ungulates. Characters from various fictional works are organized by medium.
biological classification, the term " [a ] pachyderm" is commonly used to describe elephants, rhinoceroses, and hippopotamuses; this list also includes extinct mammals such as woolly mammoths, mastodons, etc.
Literature [ edit ]
Jean de Brunhoff
Babar the Elephant An elephant prince.
Carmela D' Amico and Steven D' Amico
Ella the Elephant A jolly young elephant who wears a big red hat and a blue criss-cross dress.
Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Character of children's story books .
Horton Hears a Who! A
fictional character from the books and Horton Hatches the Egg [2 ] , both by Horton Hears a Who! [3 ] Dr. Seuss. Horton is a kind, sweet-natured elephant who cares about other animals or people.
"Jumbo" (given name)
[4 ] Asian elephant
Mark Twain "
The Stolen White Elephant" White elephant's actual name:
Hassan Ben Ali Ben Selim Abdallah Mohammed Moist Alhammal Jamsetjejeebhoy Dhuleep Sultan Ebu Bhudpoor
Lord Rataxes Rhinoceros
Jean de Brunhoff
Babar the Elephant King of Rhinoland
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Kabumpo in Oz Also known as the Elegant Elephant of Pumperdink he was originally a
christening gift to the king of Pumperdink, Pompus. [5 ]
The Jungle Book In "
Toomai of the Elephants" ( Kala Nag means "Black Snake").
Hathi Asian elephant
The Jungle Book Head of the jungle elephant troop; featured in several adventures with the boy,
The Elephant Child
Just So Stories In "How the Elephant Got His Trunk"
Icebones major character in the novel
Just So Stories In "How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin"
The Elephant and the Bad Baby
The White Bone An adult fantasy story about African elephants; centered on Mud, a young adopted female.
Henry Cuyler Bunner "Zenobia's Infidelity"
Short story adapted to
by Hal Roach Studios Zenobia (1939 film)
J. P. Martin
, Uncle (novel) , Uncle Cleans Up , Uncle and His Detective , Uncle and the Treacle Trouble , Uncle and Claudius the Camel Uncle and the Battle for Badgertown A millionaire elephant with a purple dressing-gown, a B.A. from Oxford, and a clean-living past marred by a single, never-to-be-forgotten discreditable incident.
Silverhair major character in the novel
The Elephant's Journey major character in the novel
Ole Lund Kirkegaard
Otto Is a Rhinoceros major character in the novel
Mythology [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
Animation [ edit ]
Camp Lazlo In the show
Raj Asian elephant
Camp Lazlo In the show
Ice Age: The Meltdown At first thinks she's a possum, until Manny convinced her that she's just like him; a mammoth. Is Peaches' mother and Manny's wife. Is more openhearted to Peaches than Manny is when her only daughter becomes an adolescent.
Elmer Elephant Elephant
Disney cartoon short. (Not to be confused with ) Elmer the Patchwork Elephant
Fantasia A ballet dancing elephant who leads other dancing elephants and gets a bubble stuck on her foot.
Flavio and Marita
Animaniacs Known as "the Hip Hippos", a wealthy, Spanish hippo couple obsessed with being trendy. Sometimes they have been in dangerous situations, but usually remain unaware of it and rarely suffer harm, mainly due to their large frames.
Madagascar A hippo, she acts as an older sister to the gang, often putting her foot down when the boys start to lose control.
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa A muscular hippo who likes Gloria for being huge
Fantasia A ballet dancing hippo who leads other dancing hippos and tries to avoid Ben Ali Gator.
Roy the Rhino Rhinoceros
The Penguins of Madagascar
The Penguins of Madagascar
Goliath II Elephant
Goliath II A very small elephant who has trouble fitting in with the herd
Mr. Hornbill Rhinoceros
My Gym Partner's a Monkey
Khan Kluay Elephant
Khan Kluay (franchise) Two
Thai film features and Thai TV series about a blue elephant.
Lotsa Heart Elephant
Care Bears A Care Bear Cousin. He is pink and his tummy symbol is a pink weight with a red heart on it.
Ni Hao, Kai-Lan A rhinoceros with balloon flying
Winnie-the-Pooh (Heffridge Trumpler Brompet "Lumpy" Heffalump, IV). Heffalumps strongly resemble elephants. In:
and Pooh's Heffalump Movie Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie
Mr. Mammoth Rhinoceros
Ice Age A woolly mammoth, shown as one of the main protagonists in all
films. He can be serious, but is otherwise caring and friendly. Ice Age
Magic Adventures of Mumfie Created by
Britt Allcroft; "Mumfie is a special little elephant who believes in goodness and friendship" [9 ]
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs/Ice Age: Continental Drift Is the only daughter of Manny and Ellie.
Ice Age: Continental Drift Another teenage mammoth that Peaches has a crush on.
Peter Potamus Hippo
Peter Potamus Big, purple, and friendly. Uses his Hippo Hurricane Holler technique to blow away his opponents.
Kung Fu Panda A chief of security at Chorh-Gom Prison and the leader of Anvil of Heaven, a one-thousand strong army of elite battle rhinos.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles One of Shredder's lackeys. A humanoid rhino.
Video games [ edit ]
Nellie the Elephant, a song written in 1956, by Ralph Butler and Peter Hart about a fictional intelligent elephant of the same name.
Rhino Claus, The most legendary of Rhinos. Stories are told all over the world of the trials Rhino Claus endures to ensure that every young rhino will have a gift on Christmas. He even has been known to pull double duty and assist Santa by pulling his sleigh single handedly
^ The taxonomic order is obsolete; while rhinos are related to elephants, hippos are more closely related to Pachydermata cetaceans (whales, dolphins, etc.). [1 ]
^ Sanders, Robert (25 January 2005). "Scientists find missing link between whale and its closest relative, the hippo". Innovations Report . Retrieved . 6 September 2014
^ Seuss, Dr. (1968). Horton hatches the egg. Random House. ISBN 978-0-394-80077-6.
^ Seuss, Dr. (1982). Horton hears a Who!. 2, reissue, illustrated. Random House. ISBN 978-0-394-80078-3.
^ Twain, Mark. The Stolen White Elephant (EBOOK (NO. 3181)) (Project Gutenberg ed.). p. 3.
^ Jack Snow, Who's Who in Oz, Chicago, Reilly & Lee, 1954; New York, Peter Bedrick Books, 1988; p. 115.
^ . Copyright Office, Library of Congress. p. 1360. Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series: 1970: January-June
^ "Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection". Special Collections Division. Michigan State University Libraries . Retrieved . 21 February 2014
^ Baby Snoots at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archived from the original on March 6, 2015.
^ "Meet the Characters : Mumfie". Mumfie and Me (official website) . Retrieved . 4 June 2014