UK Mammals

Name all of the mammals found in the United Kingdom
Quiz by WillyWoods
Last updated: June 29, 2019
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Red Necked Wallaby
Eurasian Beaver
Bank Vole
Field Vole
Orkeny Vole
Water Vole
Harvest Mouse
Wood Mouse
Yellow Necked Mouse
House Mouse
Brown Rat
Black Rat
Hazel Dormouse
Edible Dormouse
Red Squirrel
Grey Squirrel
Mountain Hare
European Hare
European Rabbit
European Mole
Common Shrew
Pygmy Shrew
Water Shrew
Greater White Toothed Shrew
Lesser White Toothed Shrew
European Hedgehog
Greater Horseshoe Bat
Lesser Horseshoe Bat
Greater Mouse Eared Bat
Whiskered Bat
Brandt's Bat
Natterer's Bat
Bechstein's Bat
Daubenton's Bat
Geoffroy's Bat
Alcathoe Bat
Parti Coloured Bat
Serotine Bat
Northern Bat
Common Noctule
Leisler's Bat
Hoary Bat
Common Pipistrelle
Soprano Pipistrelle
Nathusius' Pipistrelle
Kuhl's Pipistrelle
Barbastelle Bat
Brown Long Eared Bat
Red Fox
Grey Seal
Common Seal
Ringed Seal
Bearded Seal
Hooded Seal
Harp Seal
Pine Marten
Least Weasel
European Polecat
European Otter
European Badger
Scottish Wildcat
American Mink
South American Coati
Wild Boar
Red Deer
Sika Deer
Fallow Deer
Roe Deer
Reeves's Muntjac Deer
Chinese Water Deer
Konik Horse
North Atlantic Right Whale
Bowhead Whale
Grey Whale
Fin Whale
Common Minke Whale
Sei Whale
Blue Whale
Humpback Whale
Harbour Porpoise
Sperm Whale
Pygmy Sperm Whale
Cuvier's Beaked Whale
Northern Bottlenose Whale
Sowerby's Beaked Whale
Gervais' Beaked Whale
True's Beaked Whale
False Killer Whale
Short Beaked Common Dolphin
Common Bottlenose Dolphin
Striped Dolphin
Atlantic White Sided Dolphin
White Beaked Dolphin
Risso's Dolphin
Level 83
Jul 2, 2019
Nice tough quiz but I'm a bit confused by the rules. Why not humans, cats etc? They're found in the UK and have been here a great deal longer than the grey squirrel or the brown rat for example.