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Provinces in a Beaver on the Canada Map

Can you name all the provinces located on this beaver shaped cutout of the Canada map. Good luck!
Inspired by this series by Stewart.
Quiz by baptistegorce
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Last updated: February 23, 2021
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First submittedFebruary 23, 2021
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Provinces
Alberta
British Columbia
Provinces
Manitoba
Northwest Territories
Provinces
Nunavut
Saskatchewan
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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
The beaver is not well done as the French rooster is (sorry), but I hope you will enjoy!

Feel free to give a feedback and to nominate!

Thanks in advance!

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Level 63
Feb 23, 2021
you should also do other countries in some animals on a map if you understand what I mean.

great quiz :)

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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
I did this one in French several weeks ago, but I think I'll create other quizzes like this one. Thank you a lot for your support!
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Level 57
Feb 23, 2021
A blue color for sea would be appreciated, as it will make the shape of beaver more recognisable as currently a good part of the shape is merging with white background.
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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
I totally agree with you. Actually, I did it for the first one, so I don't really understand. I'll fix it. Thanks!
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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
Is it better?
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Level 57
Feb 23, 2021
Yeah!
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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
Thank you a lot for you advices and feedback!
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Level 55
Feb 23, 2021
You should do 'Departments in a Baguette of the French Map' next :P
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Level 51
Feb 23, 2021
...

Maybe...

But rooster is a "nobler" symbol, in my opinion.

But thanks! I'll think about it.

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Level 51
Feb 25, 2021
That'll just be a more fancy name for "Departments in an Oval of the France Map".
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Level 51
Feb 25, 2021
Yes, it's what I don't like in this idea.