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Guide to Unstoppable Animals: How To Discover and Claim Your UD NFT Animal

Sep 08, 2021

Last updated on Sep 08, 2021

Unstoppable Domains Rare Animals

What Are Unstoppable Domains?

UDs are domain names just like .com, .io, .de, etc. except they exist on the blockchain instead of the traditional world wide web. You can use them as:

  • Your universal username across apps and websites (twitter, etc.)
  • Website URL 
  • Payment address for wallets
  • and more (constantly adding new features)!

Once you buy a domain and claim it to your wallet, it is controlled entirely by you. They are ERC-721 tokens just like any other NFT on Ethereum and can be bought and sold on exchanges like OpenSea.

What Are UD Animals?

UD Animals are a limited edition version of domains that come paired with animal art instead of  the UD logo like most UD domains. They work the same as all other UDs but they have the added benefit of scarcity because they are a limited edition. They have been in hiding for over 2 years and this is a guide to help you find some.

Make sure to read all the way to the bottom to learn how to get the MOST RARE animals.

How Do I Get a UD Animal?

You can buy them directly from the UD website or secondary sales on OpenSea. About 10% have already been claimed but there are plenty more hiding in plain sight! If you want to get one for the best price. Here’s what you need to do:

1. Choose your favorite animal from this list: https://unstoppabledomains.com/animals (there are over 290 different animals)

2. Go to the search bar at https://unstoppabledomains.com and type in [adjective][animal] (example: happybat) — see below (end of document) for a list of adjectives and animals that you can find.

3. If the name you entered is available as a .crypto domain, congratulations, you have found one of the only remaining UD animals! It will look like this (note the collectible tag)

UD Animals happybat.crypto

4. If the one you wanted is not available, try another one.

5. After you complete your purchase, be sure to visit “my domains” and claim it to your wallet.

6. Link your wallet to OpenSea and you’ll see your UD animal there!

*And Now The Easter Egg to Find the Rarest UD Animals*


There are four animals that the UD website does not show as collectibles in the search results, but do show up as collectible UD animals NFTs once you claim them to your wallet. The four animals are:

UD Rare Animals

How do I find one of the rare animals?!

It’s actually quite simple. Just follow these steps:

1. Go to unstoppabledomains.com

2. Type in one of the adjectives/prefixes listed below followed by the name of the rare animal you want (example: richunicorn.crypto)

NOTE: the new extensions don't work for this… only .crypto!

3. IMPORTANT: When you see the rare animal in your search result, it will not have the “collectible” tag on the UD website like the ordinary animals do. However, once you claim it to your wallet, it will show up on OpenSea. Don’t believe me? Check out one of mine:

VIEW ON OPENSEA

Even though no collectible tag was shown on the UD website (as seen below), you can clearly see on OpenSea that it did produce a rare collectible after I claimed it (as seen in the link above).

4. Once you have the rare animal you want (assuming any are left by the time you’re reading this), just follow steps 5 and 6 from above. That’s it!

Complete List of Adjectives/Prefixes and Animals

Adjectives and Prefixes

  • angry
  • awful
  • bad
  • bald
  • big
  • bold
  • bored
  • calm
  • clean
  • cocky
  • cold
  • cool
  • coy
  • cozy
  • crazy
  • cute
  • dark
  • dead
  • deaf
  • dim
  • drab
  • drunk
  • dry
  • dull
  • eager
  • easy
  • edgy
  • elite
  • erect
  • evil
  • fancy
  • fast
  • fat
  • fit
  • foxy
  • fried
  • fun
  • funny
  • giddy
  • goofy
  • grim
  • happy
  • hot
  • huge
  • icky
  • icy
  • kind
  • lame
  • lazy
  • lean
  • loud
  • mad
  • magic
  • manic
  • mean
  • meek
  • mild
  • mini
  • moody
  • my
  • needy
  • new
  • nice
  • no
  • noisy
  • nosy
  • odd
  • ok
  • old
  • poor
  • puny
  • pushy
  • rare
  • rich
  • rude
  • sad
  • sassy
  • scary
  • shy
  • silly
  • slim
  • sly
  • smug
  • soft
  • sour
  • spicy
  • tall
  • tame
  • tasty
  • tiny
  • tipsy
  • ugly
  • weak
  • wet
  • wild
  • wise
  • witty
  • wordy
  • zany

Animals

  • aardvark
  • addax
  • alligator
  • alpaca
  • anaconda
  • ant
  • antelope
  • ape
  • argali
  • armadillo
  • baboon
  • badger
  • bandicoot
  • banteng
  • barracuda
  • bat
  • bear
  • beaver
  • bee
  • beetle
  • bettong
  • bilby
  • bilygoat
  • birdie
  • bison
  • blackbuck
  • bluebird
  • boa
  • boar
  • bobcat
  • bonobo
  • buffalo
  • bull
  • bunny
  • butterfly
  • calf
  • camel
  • canary
  • capybara
  • caracal
  • caribou
  • cat
  • catfish
  • cattle
  • chameleon
  • cheetah
  • chick
  • chicken
  • chimp
  • chinchilla
  • chipmunk
  • chuditch
  • coati
  • cobra
  • cod
  • colubus
  • colugo
  • cottontail
  • cougar
  • cow
  • coyote
  • coypu
  • crab
  • crane
  • croc
  • crow
  • cub
  • culpeo
  • cuscus
  • deer
  • dhole
  • dibbler
  • dik-dik
  • dingo
  • dinosaur
  • dog
  • dolphin
  • donkey
  • dove
  • dragon
  • duck
  • duckling
  • dugong
  • duiker
  • eagle
  • echidna
  • eel
  • elephant
  • elk
  • emu
  • falcon
  • ferret
  • finch
  • fish
  • flamingo
  • fly
  • fox
  • frog
  • galago
  • gazelle
  • gecko
  • genet
  • gerbil
  • gerenuk
  • gibbon
  • giraffe
  • goat
  • goose
  • goral
  • gorilla
  • grivet
  • grizzly
  • groundhog
  • guanaco
  • gundi
  • hamster
  • hare
  • hawk
  • hedgehog
  • heron
  • herring
  • hippo
  • hog
  • horse
  • hound
  • hummingbird
  • hyena
  • hyrax
  • ibex
  • ibis
  • iguana
  • impala
  • jackal
  • jackrabbit
  • jaguar
  • jaguarundi
  • jellyfish
  • jerboa
  • kangaroo
  • kitten
  • kiwi
  • klipspringer
  • koala
  • kob
  • kodkod
  • komodo
  • kouprey
  • kowari
  • kudu
  • lamb
  • langur
  • lark
  • lechwe
  • lemming
  • lemur
  • leopard
  • liger
  • lion
  • lizard
  • llama
  • loris
  • lynx
  • macaque
  • macaw
  • magpie
  • malbrouck
  • mandrill
  • mara
  • margay
  • marmoset
  • marmot
  • meerkat
  • mink
  • mole
  • monkey
  • moose
  • mouflon
  • mouse
  • mule
  • muntjac
  • muskrat
  • newt
  • nilgai
  • numbat
  • nyala
  • octopus
  • okapi
  • oncilla
  • opossum
  • orangutan
  • orca
  • oryx
  • otter
  • owl
  • ox
  • oyster
  • panda
  • pangolin
  • panther
  • parakeet
  • parrot
  • peccary
  • penguin
  • phascogale
  • pig
  • pigeon
  • pika
  • platypus
  • polarbear
  • polecat
  • pony
  • porcupine
  • porpoise
  • potto
  • pronghorn
  • puffin
  • pug
  • puku
  • puma
  • puppy
  • quail
  • quokka
  • quoll
  • rabbit
  • raccoon
  • racoon
  • ram
  • rat
  • raven
  • reindeer
  • rhino
  • robin
  • sable
  • saiga
  • salmon
  • saola
  • sea-lion
  • seal
  • serow
  • serval
  • shark
  • sheep
  • shrew
  • sifaka
  • sitatunga
  • skunk
  • sloth
  • snail
  • snake
  • sparrow
  • spider
  • springbok
  • springhaas
  • squid
  • squirrel
  • stork
  • suni
  • suslik
  • swan
  • tahr
  • tamandua
  • tapir
  • tarsier
  • taruca
  • tayra
  • tiger
  • titi
  • toad
  • tortoise
  • toucan
  • trout
  • tur
  • turkey
  • turtle
  • urial
  • viper
  • viscacha
  • vole
  • wallaby
  • wallaroo
  • walrus
  • wasp
  • weasel
  • whale
  • wildebeest
  • wolf
  • wolverine
  • wombat
  • worm
  • wren
  • yak
  • zebra
  • zebu
  • zorilla
  • unicorn
  • bufficorn
  • pegabufficorn
  • megapegabufficorn
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