Animal Varieties Quiz #3

Guess the types of animals that come in these different varieties.
This quiz uses common definitions, not scientific ones
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: December 5, 2019
First submittedNovember 27, 2014
Times taken29,713
Average score65.0%
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Grizzly, Polar, Black
Monarch, Owl, Swallowtail
Three-toed, Two-toed
African Forest, African Bush, Asian
Dung, Japanese, Bombardier
Whooping, Sandhill, Grey Crowned
Homing, Passenger, Fancy
California, Andean
Box, Lion's Mane, Irukandji
Cottontail, Angora, European
Mountain, Fainting, Cashmere
Beluga, Pilot, Killer
Horse, Fruit, Tsetse
Red, Arctic, Fennec
Monitor, Horned, Basilisk
Canada, Snow, Grey
Bighorn, Argali, Domestic
Pistol, Mantis, Brine
Pileated, Ivory-Billed, Hairy
Sting, Manta, Eagle
Level 82
Mar 16, 2015
Quizmaster might want to change the Ivory-Billed example for the woodpecker question, since they're probably extinct. While there have been a couple "possible" sightings in the last 15 years, the most recent undisputed sightings date to the early to mid 20th century.
Level 67
Mar 30, 2015
So's the passenger pigeon. Doesn't stop it from being a clue.
Level 64
Oct 12, 2021
And now it has been officially declared extinct.
Level 46
Oct 12, 2021
Level 82
Oct 15, 2021
Alas. Although, being declared extinct doesn't necessarily mean that it is - it just means that biological science has given up hope in finding a living example. But it the case of the Ivory Billed Woodpecker, my guess is that they made the right call.
Level 75
Sep 4, 2017
I missed goose and jellyfish, but got everything else.
Level 15
Sep 5, 2017
Very fun and 100%! Please make another!
Level 53
Nov 15, 2018
You should accept Jellies as an answer for Jellyfish since they aren't actually fish. Otherwise great quiz.
Level 80
Nov 28, 2018
They aren't jelly either. Guinea pig is not a pig and hundreds of other examples don't disqualify the name.
Level 67
Apr 19, 2021
These cnidarians are commonly called both jellyfish and jellies, so both should be accepted.
Level 67
Oct 12, 2021
That might be so, but YurisRevenges argument makes no sense
Level 73
Apr 2, 2020
I've never heard of a fainting goat, but I just looked up some videos of them and they are really funny.
Level 31
Nov 24, 2020
Got everything but Woodpecker. Would never have guessed it! Great quiz😊
Level 76
Jan 30, 2021
I just figured out jellyfish at the last second but didn't have time to type it in!!
Level 71
Mar 15, 2021
Isn't a Killer Whale a type of dolphin?
Level 65
Oct 12, 2021
You can't be serious
Level 55
Oct 12, 2021
Yes it is in the same family as dolphins, despite being called a killer "whale". It is considered an oceanic dolphin.
Level 72
Oct 12, 2021
I wondered about this as well. Killer whales / orcas are most definitely dolphins, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're not also whales.

- Wikipedia page for 'whale':

"They are an informal grouping within the infraorder Cetacea, which usually excludes dolphins and porpoises."

- Wikipedia page for 'orca':

"The killer whale or orca is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family."

Level 40
Mar 18, 2021
fun quiz, please make another
Level 53
May 18, 2021
Passenger pigeon . . . . :(
Level 56
Jul 14, 2021
Asian? I know it as Indian…
Level 66
Jul 14, 2021
Indian elephants are a subspecies of Asian elephants, along with Sri Lankan elephants and another one that I can't remember.
Level 56
Jul 14, 2021
Also, beetles aren’t a type of animal, like dolphins and bears are
Level 84
Oct 12, 2021
Are they a type of vegetable?
Level 65
Oct 12, 2021
Level 61
Sep 3, 2021
I hope nobody ever tells a hairy woodpecker it's meant to have feathers. The poor wee soul would be soooo embarrassed 🤭
Level 65
Oct 13, 2021
Can you accept bunny in addition to rabbit? I know it's easy to just type rabbit after but I like the word bunny