Animals play an important role in Mope.io. After all, they are what the game is all about. They are divided into 5 groups with specific habitats: Ocean, Land, Desert, Arctic and TimberLand Animals. See individual sections for more in-depth explanations of the capabilities of animals in-game.

Overview

As of now, there are in total 99 common and not A.I. animals, 121 animals if we include rares, and 128 with A.I. animals. They form a food chain, where stronger animals (outlined red) are able to eat those below them (outlined lime green). Animals lower in the food chain can kill or damage animals higher in the food chain through the use of abilities or biting tails. Land animals above Rabbit, Arctic animals above Arctic Hare, Ocean animals above Crab, Birds above Pigeon, and Desert animals above the Desert Chipmunk all have a tail, which can be bitten by lower-level animals.

Health Bar

Animals also have Health Bars, which will be lost if an animal is bitten by a predator, or from environmental causes. However, health bars naturally regenerate overtime, and also do so even faster through the use of Healing Stones. Certain types of food such as Aloevera and Mushroom Bushes have health bars too. Unlike for animals, the health bar of food will not regenerate at all. When animal loses health, it generally also gets smaller in size, even if it has a lot of XP.

Different divisions

Main article: Biomes

It should be noted that animals will be counted as "Land" or "Ocean" dwelling if that is the biome they will spawn in upon upgrading and selecting them. Certain animals are able to survive outside of their given biome, but normally it comes with a twist, such as receiving damage overtime. Overall, most animals will have the best chance of surviving in whatever biome they spawn in.

Ocean Animals

Main article: Ocean

Ocean animals normally dwell in the oceans, (Located on both sides of the Map, both connected by two Rivers), but can also survive in lakes and water spots. On land, their "Water" runs out very quickly (with the exception of a few, such as Pelican and Turtle) and can easily dehydrate to death. As of a new update, ocean animals also burn on land.

Land Animals

Main article: Land

Land animals can both live on land and in water. However, they are particularly slow in water, with the exception of a few, such as Crocodiles, Hippos, and Dragons. When a land or ocean animal enters the arctic, they will freeze periodically, taking damage and being stunned for a moment. The same applies with the Desert, except animals will be burned in there, with no stunning. Non-arctic/desert animals also lose water more quickly in the arctic. There are currently no non-Arctic animals that don't freeze in the Arctic except the Tiger. However, there are a couple of Land animals that can survive in the desert without burning (e.g. Ostrich, Lion).

TimberLand Animals

Main article: TimberLand

TimberLand, also known as the Amazon Rainforest is technically a sub-biome; all entities become smaller, and there are a lot more Trees than usual. Whilst any animal can spawn in this biome by pure chance, The BigFoot, Raven and Kakapo will always spawn in it no matter what, and they currently are the only animals that officially belongs solely to the TimberLand biome. These animals have the same characteristics as other Land animals, with the only distinction being that each of them are able to climb trees and hills.

Arctic Animals

Main article: Arctic

Arctic animals can survive in the Arctic biome, but most of them will periodically burn over time when being in any biome other than the Arctic. Most arctic animals have grip on ice, with some exceptions being the Snowy Owl and Arctic Fox. As of 2020, the only Arctic animals immune to land burning are the Sabertooth Tiger, The Yeti, Ice Monster, Wolverine and Markhor. These animals will burn when in a near radius to the Volcano; they used to also be immune to Desert burning but aren't as of the #GoldenAge.

Desert Animals

Main article: Desert

Desert Animals are essentially the warm counterparts of Arctic Animals. Unlike Arctic animals, all desert animals can survive in the Land biome without being periodically damaged. However, instead they will periodically freeze overtime when in any water body that isn't in the Desert. Certain Lava animals such as the Black Dragon and Phoenix can survive in the Desert without burning, and the Giant Scorpion can survive on lava without dying.


Abilities

Main articles: Special Abilities and Passive Abilities

Most animals have special abilities that can be used to escape or attack predators, capture prey, or collect food. They can be used offensively or defensively, but normally will have a certain re-charge time, and can be activated by pressing W or right click. There are also some animals with passive abilities; extra traits that are useful in surviving and upgrading faster.

Each animal has an experience bar, which indicates its progress, how much food it has eaten, and how much more it will have to eat in order to upgrade to the next one. The higher an animal is in the food chain, the more XP it needs to gain to upgrade to the next.

Animals cannot eat or damage animals in the same tier (except for tiers 15 or higher through tail-biting); most animals also cannot eat animals more than about 5-8 tiers lower (depending on the animal); correspondingly, those animals cannot tail-bite animals in the higher tier. You can’t go in lava, or else you will die from burning except for Lava Toucans, Black Dragons, Phoenixes, Land Monsters, and King Dragons. Regular Dragons, Giant Scorpions, but scorpions and dragons will need the big gemstone to give them water. Ostriches may survive on lava as well as long as their babies are on a healing stone.

Animal List (Common animals)

Main article: Tiers
Tier XP requirements Land Bird Ocean Arctic Desert TimberLand AI
1 0 Mouse MouseBeta.png N/A Shrimp New shrimp.png Chipmunk New-Chipmunk.png Desert Rat New-Kangaroorat.png N/A LemmingNew Lemming.png
2 50 Rabbit New Rabbit.png Pigeon Pigeon.png Trout New-Trout.png Arctic Hare New-ArcticHare.png Desert Chipmunk New-DesertChipmunk.png N/A N/A
3 200 Mole Newmole.png Chicken/Penguin

Chicken.pngNew Penguin.png

Crab New-Crab.png Penguin New Penguin.png Meerkat New-Meerkat.png N/A DucklingNew Duckling.png
4 450 Pig Piggy.png Woodpecker/Kakapo

Woodpecker.pngKakapo.PNG

Sea-horse Sea Horse Replacement.png Seal NewSeal.png Armadillo Armadillo.png Kakapo

Kakapo.PNG

N/A
5 1K Deer New deer.png Flamingo Flamingo.png Squid New Squid.png.png Reindeer Newest Reindeer.png Gazelle New Gazelle.png N/A N/A
6 2.1K Fox/HedgehogNewfox.png Newhedgehog.png Peacock/Raven

Peacock.pngRaven bird.png

Jellyfish Newjellyfish.png Arctic Fox ArcticFox New.png Fennec Fox New Fennic Fox.png Raven Raven bird.png Honey Bee

HoneyBeee.png

7 4.2K Zebra/Donkey Newzebra.png Newdonkey.png Macaw Red Macaw.png Turtle New Turtle.png Muskox New MuskOx.png Warthog New Warthog.png N/A Duck

Duck3.png

8 7.9K Cobra/Giraffe New Cobra.png Newgiraffe.png Snowy Owl New Snowy Owl.png Stingray Stingray New.png Walrus/Snowy Owl Newwalrus.pngNew Snowy Owl.png Camel Camelnew.png N/A Snail

Snail-0.png

9 15K Cheetah/Gorilla Newest Cheetah.png Newgorilla.png Toucan New Toucan 0.png Pufferfish Puffer fish.png Snow Leopard Newest Snow Leopard.png Rattlesnake Rattlesnake.png N/A Frog

Frog.png

10 28.5K Bear/Tiger New Bear.png New Tiger.png Pelican Pelican.png Swordfish Swordfish New.png Wolf New wolf.png Gobi Bear/
Hyena Gobibear.png Hyena.png
N/A N/A
11 54K Crocodile/Lion New Croc.png TODAY LION.png Falcon New Falcon.png Octopus New Complete Octopus.png Polar Bear New Polar Bear.png Vulture Vultur.png N/A N/A
12 105K RhinoNew Rhinoceros.png Eagle Newer Eagle.png Shark New-Shark.png WolverineNew Wolverine.png Bison New Bison.png N/A N/A
13 250K Hippo/Boa Constrictor Hippo-0.png BoaConstrictor.png Ostrich Ostrich.png Killer Whale New Killerwhale.png Sabertooth Tiger Sabertooth Tiger-0.png Komodo Dragon Komodo Dragon.png N/A N/A
14 500K Elephant/Giant Spider Newelephant.png GiantSpider.png Cassowary Cassowary.png Blue Whale New Blue Whale.png Mammoth New Mammoth.png Blackwidow Spider Blackwidowspidermope.png N/A N/A
15 (995K) 1M Dragon/T-Rex Dragonnew.png New Trex.png Phoenix PhoenixOfficialArts.png The Kraken/King Crab New Kraken.png KingCrab.png The Yeti!/The Snowman Yeti-0.png The Snowman.png Pterodactyl Pterodactyl.png The BigFoot Thebigfoot.png N/A
16 5M Land Monster/Dino Monster Land Monster.png D No Monster.png Bird Monster (confirmed by Syed) Bird MonsterReddit.png Sea Monster New Sea Monster.png Ice Monster New Ice Monster.png Giant Scorpion GiantScorpion.png Tree Monster (confirmed by KOA)2OptionTreeMonster.png N/A
17 10M Black Dragon/King Dragon Blackdragon.png KingDragon.png

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Trivia

  • On October 29 and 30 of 2016, the animal graphics were updated to be much more detailed (no longer simple colored circles), and were created by Pike.
    • In the #GoldenAge update however, nearly all of the graphics for all animals were replaced by High-Definition graphics, from multiple dev artists.
  • The first animals to be added to the game (besides the Mouse, Fox, and Lion) are, in the developer's words, the "Pig, Rabbit, Crocodile, and Dino (Dragon)". These were added on October 4, 2017.
  • On the January 4, 2017 update, a change was made where Arctic Animals were 10% slower outside of the Arctic and Land Animals are 10% slower in the Arctic to promote animal usage in their respective biomes.
  • There is a way to know which animal MIGHT be added in the future, a few days before the mammoth was added, Pike already made a mammoth flair, and it was added after a few days.
  • There was a glitch where you upgrade to the next animal, for a second, you turn green, the same color as prey. Something similar occurs when you upgrade to an arctic animal from a land animal (catch on fire, with notification, but no damage), or form arctic to land ("It’s cold in the arctic", with animation, but no damage). This is because you go to next animal, then you move to your biome. This was fixed in the update leading up to the Desert.
Animals in Mope.io


TimberLand Animals

Kakapo.PNG Kakapo · Raven bird.png Raven · Thebigfoot.png The BigFoot ·

Prehistoric Animals

Sabertooth Tiger-0.png Sabertooth Tiger · New Mammoth.png Mammoth · New Trex.png T-REX · Pterodactyl.png Pterodactyl · D No Monster.png Dino Monster

Artificial Intelligence Animals

Snail-0.png Snail · New Lemming.png Lemming · New Duckling.png Duckling · Duck3.png Duck · Arctic Duck3.png Arctic Duck · New Goose.png Goose · Mouse.png Mouse (food) · Chipmunk.png Chipmunk (food) · Frog.png Frog · Honeybee.png Honey Bee · Bullet Ant.png Bullet Ant (upcoming)

Removed/Replaced/Scrapped Animals

Snake.png Snake · Mantaray.png Manta Ray . Bullet Ant.png Bullet Ant . Coyote Scrapped.png Coyote

Upcoming Animals

Bird Monster Bird Monster · Dolphin Dolphin · Bullet Ant Bullet Ant Tree Monster Tree Monster

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