The use of to ta ten with animals
I want to know how to use to ta ten with types of animals
You need to know the gender of the word before you can do that.
To - Used when a word is neuter
Ten - Used when a word is masculine
Ta - Used when a word is feminine
This animal - To zwierzę
This tiger - Ten tygrys
This monkey - Ta małpa
You mean conjugation or more examples of animals? There aren't rule for groups of animals. Only way is to remember the gender.
Most of animals that end with -a is feminine, that end with consonant is masculine, and that end with vowel different than "a" is neuter. Others are exceptions.
Aside from types of animals, there are also those animals that have different names depending on gender and age, it is especially true for farm animals. For example:
krowa = female cow (also the name of the species, notice "a" ending)
byk = male cow, bull
cielę, cielak = child cow, calf ("cielę" is a neuter noun, while "cielak" is masculine, even if both can be male or female in reality)
koń = male horse (also the name of the species)
ogier = male horse, stallion, stud (also used in a sense "stud" is used for a man)
klacz = female horse, filly, mare (beware, there's no "a" ending typical for feminine nouns!)
kobyła = old(er) female horse (also derogatory for an ugly woman)
źrebię, źrebak = child horse, foal, colt
pies = male dog (also the name of the species)
suka = female dog, ❤❤❤❤❤ (used in a similar sense for humans as its English equivalent, I think a diminutive "suczka" is used more for female dogs as it doesn't sound as derogatory)
szczenię, szczeniak = child dog, a puppy
kot = male cat (also the name of the species)
kocur = big bad male cat
kotka = female cat
kocica = big bad female cat (also used to describe a very self-confident, attractive woman)
kocię, kociak = child cat ("kociak" is also used for a very attractive woman, but it isn't such a strong term as "kocica")
owca = female sheep (also the name of the species)
baran = male sheep, ram (also a very stupid person)
jagnię, baranek = child sheep ("jagniak" is also technically correct but rarely used)
You use "ta" with singular feminine nouns (usually, but not always ending with "a"), "to" with singular neuter (ending with "ę" in the above examples), and "ten" with singular masculine nouns. In the plural form, you use "ci" for masculine-personal, and "te" for non-masculine (animals aren't persons, so for for many studs you'll say "te ogiery").