(RDR2) Red Dead Redemption 2 : Zoologist & Skin Deep (Trophy Achievement) Guide

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In Red Dead Redemption 2, there are a total of 178 different Animals that can be found and slain in order to achieve the Trophy / Achievement, however you do not need to get all 178 for the 2 different trophies and achievements.

178 – Total Animals
165 – Zoologist Trophy / Achievement
151 – Skin Deep Trophy / Achievement

Below I have listed all the different animals and where to find them. I have also listed time stamps and a video for easier navigation.

You do NOT need Chapter 5 in order to achieve this and alongside not needing Chapter 5, you also do NOT need to kill any of the Legendary animals neither, there are more than enough animals in the game to make the number needed for the trophies/achievement.

VIDEO TIME STAMPS:

​00:00 – American Alligator
1:05 – American Alligator (Small)
1:59 – Alligator Snapping Turtle
2:54 – American Badger
3:39 – American Bison
4:45 – Nine-Banded Armadillo
5:25 – Little Brown Bat
6:10 – American Bullfrog
6:49 – American Black Bear
7:59 – American Crow
8:36 – Grizzly Bear
9:36 – American Domestic Cat
10:14 – North American Beaver
11:18 – American Fox Hound
11:46 – Blue Jay
12:25 – American Muskrat
13:07 – Wild Boar
14:32 – American Pronghorn Buck
14:58 – Whitetail Buck
15:59 – American Pronghorn Doe
16:47 – Whitetail Deer
17:36 – Angus Bull
18:05 – Devon Bull
18:34 – Australian Shepherd
19:06 – Hereford Bull
19:39 – Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep
20:22 – Northern Cardinal
21:06 – Bloodhound
21:31 – Cedar Waxwing
22:21 – Bluetick Coonhound
22:58 – Dominique Chicken
23:34 – Border Collie
24:05 – Dominique Rooster
24:28 – Californian Condor
25:31 – Java Chicken
25:54 – California Valley Coyote
26:42 – Java Rooster
27:11 – Catahoula Cur
27:41 – Leghorn Chicken
28:15 – Chinese Ring Neck Pheasant
28:50 – Leghorn Rooster
29:18 – Cougar
30:49 – Greater Priarie Chicken
31:27 – Cuban Land Crab
32:15 – Western Chipmunk
32:48 – Double Crested Cormorant
33:28 – Neotropic Cormorant
34:11 – Eastern Wild Turkey
35:03 – Florida Cracker Cow
35:44 – Gray Wolf
36:32 – Great Blue Heron
37:16 – Red Swamp Crayfish
37:58 – Laughing Gull
38:39 – Whooping Crane
39:24 – Midland Water Snake
40:12 – Sandhill Crane
40:54 – North American Raccoon
41:48 – Pekin Duck
42:33 – Rocky Mountain Bull Elk
43:15 – Rocky Mountain Cow Elk
44:02 – Roseate Spoonbill
44:58 – Sierra Nevada Bighorn Ram
45:40 – Snowy Egret
46:40 – Stripped Skunk
47:34 – Timber Rattlesnake
48:26 – Tricolored Heron
49:13 – Virginia Opossum
50:02 – Alpine Goat
50:36 – American Red Fox
51:19 – American Gray Fox
52:11 – American Red Squirrel
52:15 – Silver Fox
53:37 – American Robin
54:04 – Banded Gia Monster
54:47 – American Tree Sparrow
55:16 – Canada Goose
56:12 – American White Pelican
56:51 – Ferruginous Hawk
57:20 – Angus Ox
57:49 – Red TailedHawk
58:30 – Baja California Pronghorn Doe
59:28 – Rough Legged Hawk
1:00:09 – Baja California Pronghorn Buck
1:00:58 – Desert Iguana
1:01:42 – Bald Eagle
1:02:28 – Green Iguana
1:03:13 – Baltimore Oriole
1:03:40 – Collared Peccary
1:04:29 – Band Tailed Pigeon
1:05:10 – Common Loon
1:05:48 – Berkshire Pig
1:06:17 – Pacific Loon
1:07:00 – Big China Pig
1:07:28 – Yellow Billed Loon
1:08:07 – Black Rat
1:08:49 – Western Bull Moose
1:10:00 – Black Squirrel
1:10:34 – Western Moose
1:11:20 – Black Tailed Rattlesnake
1:12:06 – Mule
1:12:42 – Brown Pelican
1:13:24 – Hooded Oriole
1:13:56 – Brown Rat
1:15:08 – Californian Horned Owl
1:15:45 – California Quail
1:16:23 – Coastal Horned Owl
1:17:06 – Carolina Parakeet
1:17:45 – Great Horned Owl
1:18:35 – Chesapeake Bay Retriever
1:19:09 – Devon Ox
1:19:38 – Cottonmouth Snake
1:20:21 – Panther
1:21:56 – Desert Bighorn Ram
1:22:46 – Florida Panther
1:23:36 – Desert Bighorn Sheep
1:24:33 – Ring Neck Pheasant
1:25:21 – DiamonedBack Rattlesnake
1:26:06 – Old Spot Pig
1:26:35 – Eastern Turkey Vulture
1:27:01 – Rock Pigeon
1:27:45 – Eurasian Tree Sparrow
1:28:35 – Sonorian Pronghorn Buck
1:29:34 – Golden Crowned Sparrow
1:30:08 – Sonorian Pronghorn Doe
1:30:53 – Golden Eagle
1:31:34 – Rocky Mountain Bighorn Ram
1:32:27 – Herring Gull
1:33:09 – Labrador Retriever
1:34:31 – Western Raven
1:35:10 – Legendary Beaver
1:40:19 – Ring Billed Gull
1:40:58 – Legendary Grizzly Bear
1:43:40 – Merino Sheep
1:44:07 – Legendary Bullgator
1:46:23 – Northern Copperhead Snake
1:47:05 – Little Egret
1:47:45 – Southern Copperhead Snake
1:48:34 – Mallard Duck
1:49:32 – Northern Water Snake
1:50:16 – Mutt
1:50:44 – Scarlet Tanager Songbird
1:51:14 – Pileated Woodpecker
1:51:44 – Western Tanager Songbird
1:52:17 – Poodle
1:52:46 – American Gray Squirrel
1:53:18 – Red Bellied Woodpecker
1:53:48 – Western Toad
1:54:22 – Reddish Egret
1:55:02 – Sonorian Desert Toad
1:55:42 – Rio Grande Wild Turkey
1:56:25 – Western Turkey Vulture
1:57:07 – Siberian Husky
1:57:42 – Standard Donkey
1:58:14 – Timber Wolf


Another quick note is that, when you find a specific animal for example an Alligator hunt that and save, reload and the small Alligator should spawn. Meaning if you can find one type of animal in that area, chances are another animal of the same species should also spawn there too.

Also, if your still in need of more animals to be added to your list as you don’t quite have enough yet. Then check out this page here! Red Dead Redemption 2 – All Legendary Animals Locations and that should give you the rest of what you need in order to get both Trophies / Achievements

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