SB 3.10.24

śvā sṛgālo vṛko vyāghro
 mārjāraḥ śaśa-śallakau
siṁhaḥ kapir gajaḥ kūrmo
 godhā ca makarādayaḥ
Word for word: 
śvā — dog; sṛgālaḥ — jackal; vṛkaḥ — fox; vyāghraḥ — tiger; mārjāraḥ — cat; śaśa — rabbit; śallakau — sajāru (with thorns on the body); siṁhaḥ — lion; kapiḥ — monkey; gajaḥ — elephant; kūrmaḥ — tortoise; godhā — gosāpa (snake with four legs); ca — also; makara-ādayaḥ — the alligator and others.
Translation: 
The dog, jackal, tiger, fox, cat, rabbit, sajāru, lion, monkey, elephant, tortoise, alligator, gosāpa, etc., all have five nails in their claws. They are known as pañca-nakhas, or animals having five nails.