by dicklick May 07, 2006
Banimals are animals beginning with the letter 'B' or 'Ba'. To be a true 'Banimal' the animal must also have banter value. So Bats are Banimals; they begin with the letters 'Ba' and have banter value (see the line from the film 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas': "We can't stop here, its Bat country!"
Other examples of the Banimal include Badgers, Baboons, Beavers and Barnacles. As you can see animals that begin with a 'B' but not a 'Ba' have to have a very strong banter value to be included. Bears for instance do not have enough true banter chutzpah to be included. Neither do Basking Sharks.
by Sam Goodliffe November 14, 2007