Kangaroo by Edward Bawden.
Found here.
Dutch Couple.Late Edo period woodcut.
Found here.
The Tailless Macauco & The Mongooz.
Found here.
Untitled (2010).Woodblock print by Gert & Uwe Tobias.
Found here.
Owl from Historiae Animalium by Conrad Gesner.Woodcut by Lukas Schan (1555).
Found here.
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Woodcut by Bouwe van der Molen.
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Beaver. This woodcut is an illustration from the book The history of four-footed beasts and serpents… by Edward Topsell, printed by E. Cotes for G. Sawbridge, T. Williams and T. Johnson in London in 1658. (via University of Houston Digital Library : Item Viewer)
Death and the Doctors (1924).
Woodcut by Hans Friedrich Grohs from Visions from the Soul (2003) published by New Orleans Museum of Art.Found here.
Fighting Stallions (1534) by Hans Baldung.
Found here.
First known depiction of the rhinoceros called Ganda.
‘A primitive woodcut which illustrates a poem by Giovanni Giacomo Penni published in Rome in July 1515.’
Found on Wikipedia.
The Bathers, woodcut by Paule Vézelay.

Found here.

Wild Hog.
Detail from a woodcut by Tsunajima Kamekichi (1887).
Found here.
Wolf.
Detail from a woodcut by Tsunajima Kamekichi (1887).
Found here.
Woodcut by Tsunajima Kamekichi showing images of animals such as cats and snakes, activities such as writing and looking, objects such as shoes and boxes, and people (1887).
Found here.
Tiger!
From the cover of a Chinese exhibition catalog.