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Are you an animal lover? Do you also like coloring?
What a combo! We’re sure you are going to love this list we have prepared.
Coloring is a great therapeutic way to reduce your stress and anxiety, and animals naturally make you feel calm and relaxed.
Experience the best stress-relieving recreational activity with these animal coloring pages. We hope they will be able to bring a bit of peace into your life.
Let’s check them out!
(Side note: Want to see MORE free coloring pages? Then check out these 51 Christmas coloring pages that all adults can enjoy).
What You Will Learn
- 1. Horse Fight
- 2. A Girl & A Horse
- 3. Golden Retrievers
- 4. Butterflies in Summer
- 5. Your Nightly Owl
- 6. Lovely Peacock
- 7. Come On, Chameleon!
- 8. Alligators in the Wild
- 9. Hello, Euoplocephalus!
- 10. Triceratops on the Move
- 11. Mr. Jaguar
- 12. Under the Sea
- 13. Husky Mandala
- 14. The Siberian Husky
- 15. Beautiful Parrot
- 16. Fierce Leopard
- 17. Wonderful Seahorse
- 18. Tropical Bird
- 19. Playful Monkey
- 20. Cute Frog
- 21. Mystical Goat
- 22. Gorgeous Bird
- 23. Knight Horse
- 24. Turtle Mandala
- 25. Deer Mandala
- 26. Fox Mandala
- 27. Butterfly Mandala
1. Horse Fight
There is something in horses that is just so majestic. Here is a coloring page celebrating these magnificent creatures.
This is a good coloring page for you and your kids to enjoy together. You can take this opportunity to explain to children why taking good care of animals is important.
Golden retrievers are known for being smart, dependable, and friendly. Do you own a golden retriever? If so, this could be a nice gift for them. Color it and put it up as decor on their doghouse!
Butterflies are beautiful, colorful, and full of amazing natural designs. Print this coloring page, color it with vivid colors, frame it, and use it as wall or table decor.
Here’s one for all the night owls out there! If you are looking for something new to try in the evening, print this coloring page and get busy.
We know how much you like detailed and intricate coloring pages. Check out this lovely peacock and get ready for an enjoyable challenge.
We find chameleons really interesting. Do you know the real reason why they change their colors? It’s not to adapt to their environment. Rather, it is to protect their territory and find a mate.
Looking for something dangerous? Here’s a set of alligators in the wild looking for some prey. Be careful in real life, though. They are indeed frightening creatures.
These are extinct now, but they are still nice to color. Here’s a euoplocephalus to help you kill some time. Enjoy this one with the kids!
Here’s another fun one for those who can’t get enough of dinosaurs. It’s quite easy to color—great for kids and elders, like the previous one.
You don’t want to anger Mr. Jaguar here. He might forget you are simply coloring him and chase you through the jungle.
13. Husky Mandala
Did you know that huskies are one of the most loyal creatures? They are also gentle, despite their size and fierce appearance.
Here’s another coloring sheet featuring a husky that is a bit more intricate for those who can’t get enough of these cute, loyal dogs!
Say hello to the most intelligent of birds! Many people take parrots as pets because they can help guard the house.
Leopards are pretty scary creatures, but they are also graceful and beautiful. Lions and tigers are even more dangerous!
Have you seen a seahorse in real life? They are extremely unique creatures, and pretty rare. If you see one, you are very lucky!
Relax and unwind with this tropical bird. Get creative and use a bunch of different colors.
Monkeys are rather playful, but they can also be ornery, so they require a lot of patience. This coloring sheet is pretty detailed, so it requires some patience too!
Do you like frogs? Some people are afraid of them, but how can you not love this cute, little creature? Ask your kids to color this page with you to lessen their fear.
We had so much fun coloring this mystical goat! It is so beautiful and magical. It requires a lot of creativity, too.
How about this tiny, gorgeous bird? Are you feeling creative?
Here’s another detailed image for you to color. It looks like a horse covered in armor, ready to ride into battle with a knight.
Turtles symbolize perseverance and endurance. It has been said that if a turtle (or snail) shows up in your dream, you need to slow down a little because life is becoming too chaotic to handle.
Deer are known to be modest and shy, but they can sense danger easily. They are also very resilient and flexible. They can take care of themselves, no matter the circumstances.
We believe that the fox is the spirit animal of introverts. They tend to avoid other animals because they enjoy their solitude. They also avoid humans as much as possible.
Last but definitely not least, check out this butterfly mandala and get lost in a wonderful world of beautiful shades and colors!
We hope that, with this list, we were able to help you find a creative way to unwind and relax.
Relieve your stress with these animal coloring pages. We’re sure you’re going to have a great time.
Finally, if you want to want to see MORE free coloring pages?, then check out these 51 Christmas coloring pages that all adults can enjoy<.