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Animal Varieties Quiz #2

Guess the types of animals that come in these different varieties.
  • This quiz uses common definitions, not scientific ones.
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 27, 2014
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Varieties
Animal
Bumble, Honey, Killer
Barn, Great Horned, Screech
Bengal, Siberian, Sumatran
Bull, Tree, Poison Dart
Mallard, Mandarin, Wood
White-tailed, Mule, Red
Elephant, Monk, Hooded
Norway, Roof, Mole
Nurse, Whale, Tiger
Peregrine, Gyr, Prairie
Varieties
Animal
Garter, Coral, Rattle
Giant, Vampire, Humboldt
Arabian, Draft, Thoroughbred
Black Widow, Daddy Long Leg, Tarantula
Sea, Striped, Largemouth
Nine-Banded, Pink Fairy, Screaming Hairy
Atlantic, Ling, Potato
Impala, Eland, Dik-dik
Nile, Saltwater, American
Trumpeter, Mute, Black
Answer Stats
Varieties
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(39)
Its American Alligator. Not Crocodile
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Jun 25, 2012
(34)
There's also an American crocodile. It exists in Southern Mexico as well as Central and South America.
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Jul 24, 2012
(47)
They live as well in the Florida everglades.
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Jul 24, 2012
(43)
nope those are alligators. lol
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Jan 24, 2015
(71)
They're both. If you've been to the park, one of the trivia facts they tell you is that the Everglades is the only place on earth that has BOTH crocodiles and alligators.
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Feb 11, 2015
(48)
Ouch! Sucks to make such a bold statement that is so clearly wrong.
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Nov 3, 2014
(35)
The American crocodile is the most widespread of the four extant species of crocodiles from the Americas. Populations occur from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of southern Mexico to South America as far as Peru and Venezuela. It also lives within many of the Caribbean islands such as Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Grand Cayman, Greater Antilles, and the West Indies. Within the United States, the American crocodile's distribution is limited to both Puerto Rico and the southern half of Florida, though at least two have been found as far north as the Tampa Bay area.
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Jan 24, 2015
(20)
Pink Fairy and Screaming Hairy rhyme! hehe. But they sound so weird...
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Jul 24, 2012
(1)
Good quiz
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Jul 24, 2012
(28)
What is a cod? Are you thinking of COD as in the fish? If so that's just an an acronym for catch of the day. There is no such thing as a "cod" fish.
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Jul 24, 2012
(37)
Why not just look cod up on Wikipedia or somewhere before posting something so wrong?
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Jul 24, 2012
(68)
You have to be joking
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Jul 24, 2012
(36)
oh man, thanks for the laugh.
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Dec 12, 2012
(48)
Oh my word....
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Jun 16, 2014
(48)
That's about as dumb as Mr. Alligator at the top.
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Nov 3, 2014
(25)
Haha
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Jul 6, 2017
(61)
That's probably the dumbest comment I've seen on this site.
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Feb 11, 2015
(24)
HAhahahaha!
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Feb 11, 2015
(37)
just when you think you've seen it all...
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Feb 11, 2015
(57)
I hope you're joking?!?!?!?!?
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Feb 12, 2015
(60)
Wow.
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Feb 12, 2015
(65)
If we could embed images, I'd post a giant facepalm
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Oct 3, 2016
(66)
Four years later...still haven't seen the end of this.
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Jan 4, 2017
(62)
Who was it said "If you had kept quiet, we may have thought you intelligent".
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Jan 23, 2017
(69)
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt
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Jul 6, 2017
(56)
Surely gravy is getting confused with the infamous 'Cash On Delivery' fish, known across the northern Atlantic for its practise of demanding immediate payment for services, though science has yet to discover just what those services might be...
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Jul 6, 2017
(57)
Are you retarded???
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Jul 6, 2017
(27)
Yeah guys, there's also no such things as goats because that's just an acronym for greatest of all time. God this comment made me feel sorry for this guy.
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Jul 8, 2017
(33)
Swing and a miss
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Jul 8, 2017
(44)
"Screaming hairy armadillo"... the visual itself is hilarious!
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Jan 16, 2013
(71)
Sounds like a punk band
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Dec 5, 2014
(35)
Actually, it acts like a ferret, its super energetic, and it is super hairy! it also screams really loud!
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Jul 6, 2017
(48)
I love it. Just when I thought I knew everything about armadillos.
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Jul 6, 2017
(50)
Oh my gosh, the names they come up with sometimes... FOCL!
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May 27, 2014
(71)
The thought of a vampire squid does not make for pleasant dreams.
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Aug 20, 2014
(3)
BBC has a video of one. They're really cool.
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Dec 18, 2015
(62)
That was a frozen specimen.
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Jan 23, 2017
(56)
Screaming Hairy Armadillos is my new favorite exclamation!
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Sep 19, 2014
(66)
Holy Screaming Hairy Armadillo, Batman!
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Jul 6, 2017
(55)
What did that poor armadillo do to make the guy who discovered it think: 'We'll name this one the Screaming Hairy Armadillo!'
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Feb 11, 2015
(59)
He made someone hairy scream.
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Feb 11, 2015
(3)
I would believe that the armadillo actually does scream. It wouldn't be the only animal to use strange sounds to scare off predators.
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Dec 18, 2015
(62)
I watched some natives on the Ubangi river bank searching for giant frogs in burrows. One man thrust his arm in a burrow and a dreadful scream issued forth. He then speared into the burrow and pulled out a large frog, which screamed again. It was a terrible sound.
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Jul 1, 2017
(27)
Only 22% for squid??? Clearly most do not have toddlers who are obsessed with The Octonauts!
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Feb 11, 2015
(42)
That's what did it for me!
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Jul 6, 2017
(73)
I made myself laugh with some of the things I tried for "Screaming hairy!" I even tried "Human." :)
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Feb 11, 2015
(54)
Nine-Banded, Pink Fairy, and Screaming Hairy sounds like punk bands or cheap cocktails for spring-breakers.
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Feb 11, 2015
(62)
+1
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Aug 2, 2016
(27)
Daddy Longlegs are insects, not spiders! Their two longer 'legs' are actually antennae it uses to feel around.
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Feb 11, 2015
(28)
I looked it up on Wikipedia, and there are actually two different creatures known as "daddy long-legs", one of which IS a spider.
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Feb 14, 2015
(72)
Actually, there are three kinds of animals called Daddy Long Legs. One is an insect, one a spider, and the one I grew up calling a daddy long legs is an arachnid but not a spider.
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Jul 6, 2017
(17)
I'm pretty sure that arachnids are spiders, but it could be like a square-rectangle thing.
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Jul 6, 2017
(54)
Arachnid is the class containing the orders Spiders, Harvestmen, Scorpions and Mites amongst others. Anything with 8 legs is an Arachnid but not necessarily a Spider. In the case of the Harvestmen they only have one body segment, whereas Spiders have two.
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Jul 6, 2017
(4)
Got them all right! result!
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Feb 14, 2015
(46)
I hate to get technical but, Draft horse isn't actually a breed. It's pretty much a word that refers to any large horse used for pulling. Clydesdales and Shires are the most common ones, but there are lots of breeds that are considered to be Draft horses.
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Feb 16, 2015
(7)
Well seeing it doesn't actually say breeds, it says varieties, your point is invalid.
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Feb 17, 2015
(66)
Nowhere does the quiz specify "breeds." The title says "varieties" and directions state "types." "Draft horse" fits both of those.
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Feb 17, 2015
(69)
Loving the names people think up for animals! But no moths? Moths have the best names: Shaded Hebrew Character... Suspected...
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Jul 22, 2015
(62)
My favourite Moth names are: Peach Blossom, Poplar Kitten, The Snout and The True Lover's knot.
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Jul 2, 2017
(32)
What about the salt and pepper moth?
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Jul 6, 2017
(59)
A pink fairy armadillo? Really? You have just so made my week. :)
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Jul 6, 2017
(66)
It is, of course, sad to see an armadillo that's been hit on the road, but it's also kind of funny. They die like cartoons: on their backs, with 4 legs straight up in the air. All they're missing are the stars for eyes.
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Jul 6, 2017
(64)
I have no idea how I got armadillo, the only explanation I can think of is that I took this quiz before and didn't directly remember it but had some vague association with it. otherwise it was just a really lucky guess
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Jul 7, 2017
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