Animals that Start with T

Name these animals that start with the letter T.
This quiz is not based on scientific taxonomy!
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Last updated: September 5, 2018
First submittedOctober 10, 2012
Times taken63,131
Average score72.2%
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Clue
Animal
Biggest type of cat
Tiger
Slow-moving, shelled reptile
Turtle
Large, land-dwelling variety of above
Tortoise
Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece
Turkey
Varieties include bluefin and albacore
Tuna
"Demonic" marsupial of Tasmania
Tasmanian Devil
Three-horned dinosaur
Triceratops
African biting fly that spreads
sleeping sickness
Tsetse Fly
Commonly farmed fish of
Middle Eastern origin
Tilapia
Clue
Animal
Freshwater salmon relative
Trout
Fruit Loops mascot bird
Toucan
Warty frog
Toad
Tiny primate with huge eyes
Tarsier
Juvenile stage of an amphibian
Tadpole
Lives in tropical forests and
has a flexible snout
Tapir
Carnivorous dinosaur that had a
huge mouth and tiny arms
Tyrannosaurus
Digestive tract worm
Tapeworm
Large, hairy spider
Tarantula
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Level 78
Jul 6, 2013
WOOHOO FIRST COMMENT!!!! And 100%...Maybe I should go on Jetpunk at midnight more often...?
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Level 57
Jul 6, 2013
I always do.
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Level 83
Jul 6, 2013
The quizzes usually seem to show up right around when I'm first getting to the office in the morning at 7 or 8 a.m. That's GMT +3, though.
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Level 25
Jul 6, 2013
Take the zlake challenge
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Level 58
Mar 1, 2019
Just saying, it's not YouTube
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Level 26
Jul 6, 2013
Hey. Maybe we accept the spelling "Tucan"?
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Level 50
Jul 6, 2013
ditto
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2015
Okay
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Level 54
Jul 7, 2013
Terrapin?
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Level 46
Jul 8, 2013
I got tarsier and tapir because of Zefrank's 'True Facts...'
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Level 40
Jul 28, 2014
A toad is it's own species, not a warty frog. Perhaps you could change the clue to something like, "amphibian that resembles a frog"?
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2015
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toad
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Level 46
Apr 3, 2015
You should accept toddler for "Tiny primate with huge eyes"
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Level 67
May 24, 2019
Haha,unfortunate that it is not its own species, but funny :)
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Level 56
Jul 5, 2021
Lol
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Level 76
May 18, 2015
Tarpon?
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Level 73
Dec 21, 2015
Damn. I usually ace these animal quizzes, but this time I only got 13. I could only think of Tasmanian Tiger for the marsupial question. Close, even though they're all dead now...
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Level 56
Dec 21, 2015
Could you be more lenient with the spelling of Tsetse fly? I tried Tsitsi, tzitzi, tseetsi and a whole bunch more.
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Level ∞
Dec 21, 2015
Added some more type-ins for that one
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Level 21
Dec 21, 2015
You should accept Tsetse by itself for Tsetsi Fly

Otherwise its a good test

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Level ∞
Dec 21, 2015
Tsetse would have worked
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Level 34
Dec 21, 2015
Actually a liger is the biggest cat, "bred for its skills in magic"

-Napoleon Dynamite

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Level 41
Apr 21, 2016
Best movie ever
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Level 66
Feb 19, 2018
Seconded
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Level 83
Jul 20, 2019
There are also Tigons
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Level 43
Dec 22, 2015
Tadpole for frog, not for salamanders or newts
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Level 73
Jan 12, 2022
No they come from tadpoles too
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Level 62
Dec 23, 2015
Please consider accepting "Tamandua" for "Lives in tropical forests and has a flexible snout."
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Level 44
Jun 7, 2022
I second this notion.
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Level 80
Aug 26, 2016
Could not remember the spelling of Tarsier for ages. All I could think of was Taseer, which is the name of a Punjabi Governor who was assassinated in in 2011 for opposing Pakistan's blasphemy laws. Specifically he tried to save a Christian woman sentenced to death under said laws. Which is a depressing connotation for a kinda cute animal.
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Level 34
Aug 12, 2017
What the hell are Fruit Loops ?
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Level 77
Mar 1, 2019
American super-sugary, multi-colored, ring-shaped breakfast cereal whose cartoon mascot is Toucan Sam.
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Level 23
Oct 25, 2021
hey nerd please neck yourself :)
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Level 63
Dec 3, 2020
Yeah I can think of many clues for toucan but no idea what a fruit lop was hence ignorant of the mascot
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Level 56
Jun 14, 2021
Fruit loops are yummy
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Level 77
Aug 17, 2017
This quiz has no tits. --- That bird that sits on about every other tree in Europe, what else =D
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Level 67
May 24, 2019
Mine are great!
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Level 48
Aug 17, 2017
Please add Trike for Triceratops
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Level 67
May 24, 2019
I have no idea what you are refering to or if i am missing a joke, but i only know trike as a motorized 3 wheeled vehicle, like a quad, but 3 wheels. Not triceratops.
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Level 44
Apr 25, 2021
I googled it and it is apparently an abbreviation for Triceratops in Ark.
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Level 17
Jul 23, 2018
What if there was Teletubbies?
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Level 17
Jul 23, 2018
Teletubbies sounds funny to me
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Level 75
Mar 1, 2019
Missed 'turkey', as I was thinking of a type of centrepiece with an animal name rather than a food
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Level 77
Mar 1, 2019
The correct name is Froot Loops. There's no fruit in it, not even in the name.
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Level 61
Mar 3, 2019
I am surprised at how many people got "Tiny primate with huge eyes" wrong.
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Level 67
May 24, 2019
I dont think they got it wrong, just never heard of it (or the english name, which was the case for me, in my language it translates as (little) ghostanimal. Ghosty critter, to get sort of the same feel, you guys dont use diminitives like we do so just translating sometimes gives a completely different feel)
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2019
Why not accept "Tarentula"? I don't think it's that much of a stretch... (I look forward to all your "Because it's spelled tarantula" comments.)
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Level 58
Jul 20, 2019
You accept rex for tyrannosaurus rex, If that was intentional then ok, but in my opinion i don't think it should be accepted.
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Level 58
Jul 20, 2019
btw there was an ad for froot loops on the top of my screen when i was playing this.
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Level 59
Aug 24, 2020
For some reason thought tiger shark would be on here
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Level 71
Dec 3, 2020
Couldn't add termite and tiger shark/tawny owl to make it a nice 20?
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Level 56
Jun 14, 2021
Can you have a different thing for Turkey? I’m vegetarian, and I’m sure that there are more things describing a turkey, than, ooo yummy.
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Level 73
Jan 12, 2022
I wouldn't say tortoises are 'large' versions of turtles
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Level 56
Mar 10, 2022
It is spelled Froot Loops, not Fruit Loops
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Level 71
Mar 16, 2022
Warty frog?

Is that really the best you could do?

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Level 65
Apr 26, 2022
Did not know a toad was a type of frog--thank you.
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Level 48
Apr 27, 2022
You shouldn't accept "Turkiye" for turkey...