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Saturday Stumper #3: Animals

A weekend challenge for your entertainment; identify the animals that end in each of the letter sequences below.
The length of each animal's name is indicated
Obscure, extinct animals not counted.
Quiz by kiwirage
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Last updated: November 26, 2016
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First submittedNovember 26, 2016
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Final Letters
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Animal
ig
3
Pig
6
Earwig
ingo
5
Dingo
8
Flamingo
bra
5
Cobra
5
Zebra
ail
5
Quail
5
Snail
Final letters
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Animal
key
6
Donkey
6
Monkey
6
Turkey
ster
7
Hamster
7
Lobster
7
Rooster
oise
8
Porpoise
8
Tortoise
Final Letters
#
Animal
pus
7
Octopus
8
Platypus
unk
5
Skunk
8
Chipmunk
oon
6
Baboon
7
Raccoon
can
6
Toucan
7
Pelican
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Level 64
Nov 26, 2016
Nice one! Somehow missed the -sters, then got one from each pair, besides two.
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Level 55
Jan 28, 2023
what about oyster?
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Level 62
Jan 28, 2023
Oyster does not have 7 letters. This quiz is not comprehensive.
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Level 65
Jan 28, 2023
Fine suggestion, should be added.
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Level 66
Jan 30, 2023
Yes, I tried oyster too, only to realize that it only has six letters.
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Level 78
Nov 26, 2016
I've watched too many cooking shows, one of the first ones I got was the Q-one. They are always cooking that. Missed the other one of the pair. They should cook more of those.
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Level 78
Nov 26, 2016
Also would've expected turkey to be much higher up. Considering the time of the year.
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Level 89
Nov 26, 2016
Staring at them didn't help but then started adding x's (xxxster etc) in place of letters and got them all...albeit with one second to spare!
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Level 71
Nov 26, 2016
You could add oyster to the -ster animals
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Level 62
Nov 26, 2016
Nice observation! I did think about it, but I liked the trio of seven-letter answers, so limited it to that. :)
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2019
Oyster was the first thing I tried before anything else, after realising it was not enough letters it took some effort to get the rodent one, even more to get the marine one and didnt get the farm animal at all... (didnt want go give away much to people that scan comments for answers...)
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Level 74
Jan 18, 2017
agreed, lobster and earwig? no oyster?
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Level 88
Jul 5, 2021
I grew up lobster fishing. The only one I didn't get.

I just couldn't get past the alphabetical order of a hipster being a definite creature.

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Level 58
Aug 5, 2021
Agree with oyster. I think oyster is more common than earwig.
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Level 69
Nov 27, 2016
I'm loving these, kiwi! <3
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Level 83
Nov 28, 2016
My first thought with the -oon question was loon (4), but I did get the two longer answers.
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Level 75
Dec 10, 2016
Likewise. Took me forever to think of Baboon because I couldn't get loon out of my head.
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Level 76
Jan 14, 2017
I was loon-y, too. Great quiz!
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Level 52
Dec 19, 2016
Nice quiz, got stuck on chipmunk for a minute or so until I got it with just over half a minute left
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Level 75
Jan 14, 2017
Why wasn't there a 6-letter example that ends in -ster? Oyster
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Level 71
Jan 14, 2017
Good quiz, missed a couple that seem obvious when the answers were revealed.
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Level 48
Jan 14, 2017
Nice quiz!
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Level 64
Jan 14, 2017
Chupacabra? Um, HELLO?
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Level 60
Mar 20, 2018
Love this!
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2019
Crossedthe my mind aswell, but decide not to try it. Perhaps as hidden answer, like an easteregg, if that is possible? Unless that screws with the stats maybe.
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Level 66
Jan 14, 2017
Got there with 1:09 left on the clock.
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Level 66
Jan 14, 2017
Monster?
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Level 51
Jan 14, 2017
That's all I could think of too!!!
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Level 74
Jan 14, 2017
Iguana also has 6 letters and includes 'ig'. Quite tough under pressure of time!
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Level 45
Jan 14, 2017
It has to end in -ig not include it
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Level 69
Jan 15, 2017
A bit surprised a lot of people are familiar with a toucan but not a pelican.
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Level 43
Jan 25, 2017
The "can" sound is much more prevalent in toucan than pelican. I pronounce it pel-i-ken, so it never came to mind. Where as, two-can jumped right out there.
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Level 65
Jan 28, 2023
Toucan and Pelican are pronounced with the same ending with an English pronounciation, so it must be your accent is different
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2019
I doubt people are unfamiliar with the ones they missed. It is not click the checkbox of the animals you have heard of. You have to come up with them yourself. And pretty sure that more than half of the people have heard of a hamster (which is only at 48 at the moment)
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Level 73
Jan 15, 2017
Oyster?
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Level 62
Jan 15, 2017
Is this like The Candyman, where if you say the name five times he will magically appear? Ok, I'll try: Oyster. Oyster. Oyster. Oyster. Oyster.
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Level 62
Jan 15, 2017
Nope. Didn't appear!
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Level 69
Jan 16, 2017
why tho
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Level 43
Jan 25, 2017
OMG I'M COVERED IN BARNACLES NOW!!!!!!!
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Level 76
Jan 16, 2017
Kept trying hipster. It didn't work.
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Level 63
Jan 16, 2017
I missed six but I loved this quiz!
+1
Level 33
Jan 17, 2017
Oyster?
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Level 76
Jul 3, 2019
That's someone who sprinkles their conversation with Yiddishisms right?

'Oy, oy, oy...'

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Level 73
Aug 19, 2019
This comment is NSFW, especially if one has a mouthful of tea.
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Level 81
Jan 19, 2017
I tried monster, oyster, Mandingo, none worked. Also chupacabra is missing :)
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Level 66
Mar 9, 2017
Rooster is not an animal!

It is a male chicken.

Also a guineapig was not included.

Not impressed!

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Level 83
May 30, 2019
Agreed. Male chickens are vegetables not animals.
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Level 84
Jan 14, 2023
I just read a comment (presumably from someone who knows how to read) declaring:

"Rooster is not an animal! It is a male chicken."

I have to go lie down right now.

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Level 16
Jan 28, 2023
lolllllllllll
+1
Level 66
Jan 30, 2023
I can't tell you how many times I have come across people who don't think insects and other bugs are animals. I don't know what they think the critters are, but I just leave them with their delusions.
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Level 56
Feb 3, 2023
I am concerned to how you got level 66!
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Level 38
Jan 11, 2018
Great quiz! Only missed Snail and rooster. Can people please try my few quizzes? :)
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Level 58
Nov 29, 2020
I did. I like them.
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Level 69
May 1, 2018
No monster or hipster? ;)
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Level 55
Oct 5, 2019
How did I miss platypus? I love Perry the Platypus!
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2019
Missed rooster and pelican :/ but not bad at 3:16 am, after just waking up (too high fever to try and go to sleep again, but I guess the brain still works). But was so close, not sure I would ve gotten pelican anytime soon though
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Level 60
Jul 13, 2020
The fact that octopus only have 7 letters while there is an 8 letter one annoys me way more than it should.
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Level 79
Aug 17, 2020
Tried sea pig for the six letter "ig" one.
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Level 40
Sep 5, 2020
no fantail?
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Level 31
Sep 30, 2020
How did I miss hamster? There's literally one scampering around her cage in the corner of my room.
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Level 76
Oct 20, 2020
The -oise are so similar but the second one is tricky. The second -ail one I got by going through the alphabet...
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Level 61
Nov 4, 2020
Oyster
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Level 61
Feb 27, 2021
You could add loon for -oon! That's what I thought of first...
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Level 68
Jun 18, 2021
Very good fun and clever...visual perception and the way the brain works both play a part, it's not just whether you know the animals or not.
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Level 67
Dec 21, 2022
Great. You could add "rail"; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rail_(bird)
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Level 39
Jan 28, 2023
Since when is Earwig a animal?
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Level 76
Jan 28, 2023
Well it’s neither a vegetable nor a mineral.
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Level 64
Jan 30, 2023
Suggestion of "loon".
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Level 74
Mar 9, 2023
Good one.