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Guess The Animal By Ear

Guess The Animal Based On The Picture Of The Ear Given.
Quiz by thegoatisgoaty
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Last updated: January 29, 2022
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First submittedMarch 23, 2021
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Average score75.0%
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15 Comments
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Level 71
Mar 23, 2021
Tell me what you think please.
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Level 74
Mar 28, 2021
Nominated
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Level 26
Mar 23, 2021
Nice quiz, some good challenging ones in there. Like the format too - well done!
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Level 74
Mar 28, 2021
Was really excited about this quiz until I saw that, like so many other quizzes, it only accepts “grizzly (bear),” and not “brown bear...” Seriously?
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Level 71
Mar 28, 2021
Sorry, I thought it accepted bear before. I changed it
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Level 74
Mar 28, 2021
Thank you. And like I said, the quiz is exciting. Great idea
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Level 73
Mar 28, 2021
I like the idea, but I also don't understand why it has to be specifically grizzly and not (brown) bear. I don't see that much of a difference between their ears. I got it at the end, but I still don't see the point.
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Level 79
Mar 28, 2021
Tried serval, lynx, ocelot, puma, leopard cat -- but could not think of the right one!
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Level 84
Nov 13, 2023
I also tried lynx, puma, and leopard. If you ask me, it's a lynx, but I have no idea what a "caracal" is. Is it like a chupacabra?
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Level 71
Nov 13, 2023
Not really. A caracal is a wild cat, not a reptilian creature. I also wanted one challenging answer because I think the rest are relatively easy.
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Level 54
May 26, 2021
Great idea!!
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Level 71
May 26, 2021
thanks :)
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Level 85
Jul 22, 2021
Cool idea, thegoatisgoaty!!!
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Level 71
Jul 24, 2021
Thanks
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Level 91
Nov 13, 2023
If you want to get technical about it, those “ears” in the long-eared owl example are just feathered tufts, not actual ears. Might want to add a disclaimer saying “Includes ear-like appendages.” I recognized the animal anyway, but still.