Animals that Start with F

Based on the clues, name these animals that start with the letter F.
This quiz is not based on scientific taxonomy!
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Last updated: September 10, 2018
First submittedOctober 10, 2012
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Clue
Animal
Says "ribbit"
Frog
Baby deer
Fawn
Animal that people swat
Fly
Spreader of the bubonic plague
Flea
They travel in schools
Fish
Lightning bug
Firefly
Pink wading bird
Flamingo
Clue
Animal
Rodent that glides between trees
Flying Squirrel
Weasel relative sometimes kept as a pet
Ferret
Song bird that comes in "bull" and "gold" varieties
Finch
Animal once hunted by British aristocrats
Fox
Flatfish with two eyes on the same side
Flounder
Bird of prey that can dive at 200 mph
Falcon
Another name for a megabat
Flying Fox
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Level 34
Feb 2, 2013
Can't you accept the plural form of firefly
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Level 37
Jun 23, 2019
The question was singular then answer should be too.
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Level 26
Feb 3, 2013
So Flounder in The Little Mermaid wasn't a flounder?
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Level 72
May 13, 2013
Right...Always annoyed me
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Level 68
Apr 13, 2019
No, but "Flats" in Spongebob was!
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Level 28
Feb 6, 2013
SO EFFIN EASY!
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Level 19
Jul 30, 2013
took me til 0:16 to finish because i kept trying to think of a "hopping house pet" not realizing it said PEST
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Level 49
Aug 23, 2016
me too. kept thinking there's no house pets that start with f
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
I guess they changed that clue, cause it wasnt in there for me. Guess the clue now is the transferer of bubonic plague. Couldnt think of anythign but rats for a while, and being f-themed, fly... (but that allready was another answer) got it in the end though. Hopping pest would ve been mucch easier though
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Level 14
Oct 31, 2013
Frilled necked lizard?
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Level 82
Jan 20, 2015
Thanks for accepting also Fruit for the bat.
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Level 58
Aug 10, 2015
Never heard the term megabat.
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Level 65
Aug 14, 2015
Nor have I. I've also never heard of anything called a Flying Fox.
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Level 67
Apr 12, 2016
I've never heard of a megabat. To me it's always been a flying fox for a fruit bat. When I lived in Australia you could see them flying around at night sometimes. Beautiful animals
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Level 24
Oct 9, 2015
Lightning bug? .... That's a really weird description
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Level 78
Jan 8, 2016
It's a regional thing. That's what they are called in my area of the US mid-south. I was in school before I ever heard the word firefly. http://mentalfloss.com/article/66185/regional-breakdown-firefly-vs-lightning-bug (At least QM didn't use peenie wallie.)
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Level 39
Jun 17, 2018
...certainly wouldn't have called a firefly a lightning bug myself...
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Level 69
Sep 28, 2018
The English language is more diverse than you realized! Who knew!
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Level 67
Jan 10, 2019
Less weird than firefly.
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Level 37
Jun 23, 2019
Pretty sure 'lightning bug' was used in the movie - Sweet Home Alabama, might be wrong, but I've heard it a few times in movies. Quite like it. In NZ we don't have those, would love to see them.
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Level 32
Aug 6, 2020
Yeah, it would be cool!
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Level 20
Nov 7, 2016
1 second left. Thew!
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Level 72
Jan 4, 2017
I expected to see lemmings. ;(
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
but that doesnt start with an f...?!
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Level 37
Jun 23, 2019
Falling leemings maybe?
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Level 54
Apr 19, 2017
Please accept "fezent" or "feasent" for animal hunted by British aristocrat.
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Level 31
Sep 28, 2018
But it's spelt Pheasant??
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Level 46
Jul 16, 2020
It's actually spelt 'Peasant'
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Level 26
Feb 22, 2019
It's spelled "pheasant" you uncultured, inarticulate bumble.
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Level 37
Jun 23, 2019
surely, he's jesting?
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Level 24
Dec 19, 2017
Falcon Pawwwwnch!
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Level 66
Feb 2, 2018
Flying foxes are but one genus of the megabat (which is a suborder and unlikely to be commonly used (hence it being the lowest scoring clue)). This clue needs updating/clarification - something like 'Bat of the Indian and South Western Pacific oceans.
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
or just a species of bat, that are quite big who would know where they live... (unless you live near yourself..)
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Level 43
Feb 2, 2018
I thought "they travel in schools" was related to nits/head lice in some way..... like a bug kids pass on at school, didn't catch on it meant fish! Nice quiz :-)
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Level 61
Feb 4, 2018
Never heard of a flying squirrel. Down here we have Sugar Gliders, which I think are a marsupial, not a rodent.
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Level 78
Sep 28, 2018
At first I read the clue as "rodent that glides between tires". All I could think of was fast squirrel. I wasn't far off.
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
could think of several dutch flatfish (well the names, not their nationalty haha) but only halibot came to mind as an english name (still not bad I think...) I have heard the word flounder before, but would ve never came up with it. All the rest I got :) Ps surprised at how high fawn scored
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Level 34
Feb 1, 2019
I missed finch.
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Level 81
Apr 30, 2019
This quiz is fly.
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Level 71
Feb 14, 2020
"Animal once hunted by British aristocrats" - they still do to be honest.
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Level 26
Jun 24, 2020
I would say that the description of fox is very poor. Maybe because I'm not British . . .
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Level 46
Jul 16, 2020
I kept trying Faun, unsure why it wasn't working. Too much greek mythology serves poorly this time
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Level 33
Jul 26, 2020
I knew the flying fox and the flounder, but missed three others