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This page serves as a list and categorization of different kinds of species that has appeared in Oglaf. The content on this page is solely based on observation.

HumanoidsEdit

Humanssitting

Typical group of humans from Magic Fish.

  • Human - Human is the most frequently featured species in the Oglaf comics, with a wide range of characters belonging to the species.
  • Neanderthal - Neanderthals appeared in The Burning Jewels of Death.
  • Succubus - Mythological being featured in Cumsprite (story) and One Hundred Tiny Eyes.
  • Zombie - Zombies, or zombie-like creatures, were seen in Rigor Mortis.
  • Shapeshifter - Shapeshifters have been featured on several occasions.
  • Gnome - Gnomes are featured in Bad Falcon.
  • Elf - Elves have been featured in Also, Elves. It is possible that other characters are in fact elves.
  • Analogy - Even though the analogy for analogies itself is a giraffopede, all other analogies seems to be humanoids. The most famous example is the Snow Queen.
Dwarves

Typical Dwarves from Cavalcade of Wonders

  • Dwarf - Dwarves are frequently featured in Oglaf.
  • Minotaur - A Minotaur is featured in Skein. Another appears in Battledress.
  • Some kind of nymph with lots of tentacles is featured in Arts of Romance.
  • Some kind of humanoid woman that has wings and a very non-solid body was featured in Glove.
  • Changeling - Changelings are seen on several occasions in Oglaf.
  • Some kind of purplish, blob-like humanoids were featured in Human Women.
  • Yeti - Yetis appear on several occasions in Oglaf.
  • Sea witches - A story about sea witches is told in Salty Tales. It not is clear whether it is just made up.
  • A tribe of humanoids from the Land of Indulgence with colorful skin is featured in Felicity.
  • The hospital staff in the Mistress' palace are humanoids, but since they called Ivan by the name "mammal" it is indicated that they are not actually mammals themself.
  • Vampire - Several vampires are seen. The most famous one is Navaan.
  • A nymph-like creature with shapeshifting abilities is featured in Prince Rodgar.
  • A sink-hole dwelling creature who invites a false corpse of Navaan back to his lair to lay eggs in the epilogue of Prophylaxis.
  • Naiad (water nymph) - Three naiads in the form of beautiful blue women appear in Naiads before getting their water stolen.
  • Hobbits - Hobbits are seen in Ornithology.
  • Chasm imps - These demonic skeletal humanoids, capable of nerve flaying their opponents, appear in Rift of Despair.
  • Goblin - Goblins (or orcs) appear in Ron the Brawler.
  • Skeleton - A bleeding skeleton appears in Bascinet.
  • Various humans and humanoids in the civilised empires of The Heel of Empire
  • Mummies appear in Yummy Mummies.

Non-humanoid mammalsEdit

Monkey

A monkey humping a human in Atonement.

PrimatesEdit

  • Gibbon - A "birthday gibbon" wearing a fez is featured in Atonement (see mouse-over text).

Even-toed ungulatesEdit

BovidsEdit

Deerandhare

A deer and a hare in The Kindly Hunter.

SuidsEdit

Odd-toed ungulatesEdit

Horse animalsEdit

CarnivoransEdit

CanidsEdit

Fox

A fox from Brackenwife.

  • Wolf - Wolves are featured in Son of Kronar and are mentioned in Wolf!.
  • Dog - A dog is seen in Sharks vs. Jets.
  • Fox - A fox that can speak human language is a recurring character.

Cat animalsEdit

  • Cat - A cat is featured in Adult Education.
  • Ocelot - A man gives his reasons for having sex with an ocelot in Hot Dots.
  • Tiger - Even though no tigers are featured in Oglaf, it is clear that there exist tigers in the Oglaf universe, since Ivan is dressed up as one in Chastening.

BearsEdit

MustelidsEdit

  • Badger - A badger is featured in Badger.
  • Wolverine - A wolverine is featured in Badger.
  • A large weasel like creature is featured in Sensual Burlap.

LagomorphsEdit

BatsEdit

InsectivoresEdit

  • Mole - Not directly shown. Navaan is shown enjoying a nice game of Whack-a-Mole (with copious amounts of blood splatter) in Sideshow.

CetaceansEdit

  • Sperm whale - A large white sperm whale appears in Ahoy!.

Non-mammalsEdit

Sitfalcon

A falcon from Bad Falcon.

BirdsEdit

ArachnidsEdit

3spider

A four-eyed spider from 8 Legs of Love.

InsectsEdit

  • Bee - Bees are mentioned in Lapis Lazuli and one is seen in Stamen.
  • Praying Mantis - A pair of praying mantises negotiate for sex in Bugfuck.

ReptilesEdit

AmphibiansEdit

  • Frog - Frogs are seen on several occasions in Oglaf.

FishEdit

Fish

A speaking fish from Magic Fish.

  • Magic fish - Magic Fish features a fish that can speak human language.
  • Ghost shark - Ghosts of sharks were mentioned in How They Get You.
  • Angler Fish - Anthropomorphic angler fish appear in the epilogue of Bugfuck.

WormsEdit

  • In Skulls! a kind of worm with a spine and a mouth but with no skull was featured.
  • Lubeworm - A lubeworm is seen in Infffirmary.
  • "Doctor" Navaan uses leeches on her patients.

MonstersEdit

  • The Mistress had a monster that was introduced in Blanket but was later killed in Shaft.
  • A hairy kind of monster with horns is featured in Beot.
  • A shapeshifting three-eyed monster is featured in The Weeping Woods.
  • Griffin - Griffins are mentioned in the Nocturnal Adventures of Sir Coffee.
  • A bipedal mammalian monster resembling a theropod dinosaur is featured in Overbite.
  • A twelved legged beast that never sleeps is featured in Failsafe.
  • Bog beast - At least one bog beast is featured in Rite of Passage.
  • Owlbear (half owl, half bear) - An owlbear appears in Owlbear.
  • Dragon - A dragon appears in The Lonely Mountain.
  • A Cthulhu-like mind flayer appears in Descent.
  • Drider (a centaur like creature with a woman's torso attached to a giant spider body) - Driders appear in Battledress.
  • A eldritch abomination made of penises appears in Perfect Buttocks Now!
  • A monster ressembling a cat in a rabbit costume, called the "King of Bees", appears in Ladder.
  • A Beast-with-at-least-eleven-eyes that never sleeps appears in A Very Deep Chasm.

GodsEdit

Magical creaturesEdit

Giraffopede

A giraffopede from Atonement.

TreesEdit

  • Ent - A tree ent is seen in Stamen. However, this might rather belong to the flora, than the fauna, of the Oglaf universe.

FungiEdit

  • A man who is really a fungus in disguise appears in Hypoxia. Technically, this creature does not qualify as fauna.

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