Mammals by Picture #1

Guess the common names of the mammals pictured below.
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Last updated: March 15, 2018
First submittedMarch 15, 2018
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Level 28
Mar 15, 2018
Wow! Very nice quiz. I love these new picture features
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Level 71
Mar 15, 2018
Honey badger don't care!
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Level 57
Aug 9, 2021
That’s a European badger
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Level 83
Mar 16, 2018
Loving these new picture quizzes!
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Level 60
Mar 16, 2018
great quiz !
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Level 23
Apr 2, 2018
I'm probably the only one that typed in alpaca before llama haha
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Level 68
Jul 1, 2018
Nope you're not the only one.
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Level 43
Jul 1, 2018
The one in the last picture is not a camel, but a dromedary!
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Level 65
Jul 1, 2018
Dromedaries are camels. Bactrian camels are their closest relatives, and together with the new world camels (Llama, Alpaca, Vicuña, Guanaco) they form the family of camels. So technically speaking, there are two camels in this quiz.
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Level 42
Jul 1, 2018
With that logic bear should be a correct answer for raccoon, panda and polar bear as well as cat for tiger.
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Level 58
Jan 28, 2021
He did not suggest that camel be accepted for llama, merely that they belong to the same family
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Level 55
Nov 28, 2021
@sebseg except for the fact that camels and llamas actually are related. mr dumb comparison
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Level 28
Dec 11, 2021
they arent camels- camels are the specific kinds, Bactrian or Dromedary

the other 4 are all camelids along with the 2 well known types of camels

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Level 36
Jul 1, 2018
I got 17/18, after I gave up at around 2 minutes. I couldn't get shrew. I thought I had it when I guessed vole, but apparently not.
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Level 77
Jul 3, 2018
The pointed nose nailed it for me. The voles in my garden look like short-tailed mice. Evil, despicable, thieving, disgusting, greedy, prolific, short-tailed meadow mice that ravage my sweet potatoes and other crops. Voles, along with squash bugs and bermuda grass, are the banes of my gardening existence. I was standing in the path one day and I saw a corn plant begin to quiver. Right before my eyes the plant suddenly disappeared underground. I did a doubletake and then began furiously digging with my hoe and found a mole tunnel being used by voles. I found the corn plant in it but the vole was long gone. I felt like Elmer Fudd in a Looney Tunes cartoon going after the "wascally wabbit", except in my case it was a vole. I've tried everything - Juicy Fruit gum in the tunnels, cats, digging a perimeter and lining with 12" of hardware cloth with the bottom bent backward, nothing has worked except snakes. I welcome non-poisonous snakes in my garden as they are the best control I've found.
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Level 83
Dec 11, 2019
Very interesting. Good thinking re: the snakes. I probably would've gone the kerosene & hand grenades route before thinking of snakes.
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Level 65
Jan 28, 2021
Try dry ice in all the holes that you can locate, it works on gophers.
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Level 67
Jan 28, 2021
Or you could try moving to New Zealand...
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Level 31
Jul 1, 2018
Would you be willing to accept "Tazmanian Devil"? It's my fault for not knowing how to spell Tasmania, but felt like it should have known what I was trying to type.
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Level 74
Oct 5, 2018
Yeah I did the same thing. Please accept Tazmanian Devil Quizmaster.
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Level 56
Mar 6, 2019
As a Tasmanian, I am deeply offended. :[
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Level 66
Apr 23, 2020
As an Australian I wish it accepted "Tassie Devil" as an answer, just a suggestion
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Level 38
Jul 2, 2018
Great quiz! Feel free to try these quizzes of mine of close up animal shots:) https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/252498/who-am-i .........https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/252498/who-am-i-animal-noses-and-mouths
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Level 24
Jul 6, 2020
why everyone one is using wikipedia
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Level 65
Jan 31, 2021
@Studentportal

Because it's a good source.

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Level 17
Jul 2, 2018
Oh wow. Why in my mind pictured Tasmanian devil was similar to Wolverine.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolverine

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Level 57
Jul 2, 2018
I didn't get Tasmanian Devil because I have been very much deceived by the people of Looney Toons.
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Level 59
Jul 4, 2018
Trash Panda not accepted? lol
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Level 74
Oct 5, 2018
Yes, I am as shocked as you are.
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Level 38
Aug 1, 2018
Nice beaver!
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Level 66
Jan 29, 2021
Thank you, I just had it stuffed.
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Level 42
Sep 9, 2018
I think opossums are marsupials rather than mammals
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Level 69
Oct 13, 2018
Marsupials are mammals.
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Level 53
Mar 24, 2019
I think they are lizards
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Level 83
Dec 11, 2019
Sorry, lizards are not part of Europe, they're vegetables.
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Level 67
Jan 28, 2021
The Cyprus lizard is.
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Level 67
May 25, 2020
That beaver is definitely up to something..
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Level 76
Jan 28, 2021
That badger too
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Level 68
Dec 26, 2020
Yay I like beavers and shrews.
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Level 76
Jan 28, 2021
I forgot raccoon......
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Level 45
Jan 28, 2021
Got all of them. Shrew gave me a hard time. I tried everything from, a mouse to a vole. Took me a few minutes to realize that it's a shrew.
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Level 30
Jan 28, 2021
Awesome quiz! Im really liking these picture quizzes, they are fun and easy!
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Level 24
Jan 28, 2021
tazmanian devil..... ive spelled it wrong all my life..
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Level 36
Jan 28, 2021
Shrew? Whats a shrew? Am I the only one who has never heard that before?
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Level 53
Jan 30, 2021
i have never heard of a shrew
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Level 29
Jan 28, 2021
i though tasmanian was spelled with a z dang it
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Level 53
Jan 30, 2021
as a hufflepuff i am disappointed that I didn't get badger
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Level 20
Mar 8, 2021
As a Ravenclaw I'm shocked you didn't
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Level 53
Apr 27, 2021
as a *word**word* i am surprised that youre shocked
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Level 60
Feb 1, 2021
I am thinking that the photo registered as a baboon is rather a mandrill, but upon reflection I recognise that I am wrong. However, I am not convinced that the monkey is not ANOTHER creature than the baboon of my childhood zoo visits.
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Level 35
Apr 19, 2021
Please except t devil for tasmanian devil
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Level 53
Apr 27, 2021
please accept honey badger
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Level 53
Jun 3, 2021
Please except TaZmanian Devil
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Level 62
Jun 16, 2021
Hi, as a Tasmanian I spent way too long writing Tassie in different ways can you except the shortened "Tassie devil" or just, "devil".

Thanks

Will

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Level 65
Sep 5, 2021
Just looking at the sloth made me sleepy.
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Level 41
Jan 14, 2022
Buffalo should not be accepted for bison. Buffalo do not live in the western hemisphere. Buffalo and bison are far less related than alligators and crocodiles.
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Level 54
May 5, 2022
Quiz specifies common names, and American bison are commonly called buffalo
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Level 41
Aug 7, 2022
In zoology, animals have a common name and a scientific name. Since this quiz involves animals, common name means the common name in the field of animals (zoology), not the colloquial name. It's like calling indigenous people Indians. Colloquially it is used, but it is incorrect. Indians live in or have ancestry in the country of India

Therefore, there is only one correct answer: BISON. Buffalo is incorrect as defined by zoology, zoos, Yellowstone valley, Britannica, etc. You can learn more below.

QUIZMASTER- please make the correction!

https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-buffalo-and-bison

https://www.codyyellowstone.org/blog/is-that-a-bison-or-a-buffalo/

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/news/its-bison-not-buffalo-and-other-american-bison-facts#:~:text=So%20how%20do%20you%20tell,to%20look%20at%20its%20horns.

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Level 40
May 6, 2022
Shrew is the least guessed? WHAAAAAT?!!!
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Level 50
Aug 9, 2022
I missed the tasmanian devil only. I thought it was a wolverine (same family -- weasels!!). Go Blue!