Animals that Start with O

Based on the clues, name these animals that start with the letter O.
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Last updated: September 20, 2018
First submittedOctober 10, 2012
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Clue
Animal
Animal that says "hoot"
Owl
Largest bird
Ostrich
Bovine that sometimes wears a yoke
Ox
Cute aquatic mammal that uses
stones to break shellfish
Otter
New world cat that looks like
a small jaguar
Ocelot
Killer whale
Orca
Pearl-making animal
Oyster
Clue
Animal
Orange-colored great ape
Orangutan
Bird with striking black and orange
(or yellow) plumage
Oriole
Has eight tentacles
Octopus
Long-lived fish. Famous example
of overfishing
Orange Roughy
Giraffe relative with zebra stripes
Okapi
Marsupial that "plays dead"
Opossum
Fish-eating bird of prey
Osprey
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Level 32
Jan 11, 2013
Suggestions: Oriole, okapi, orange roughy
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2015
Added those. Thanks!
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Level 65
Aug 18, 2019
Onyx. I thought that was the cat one
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Level 43
Nov 16, 2015
Two of them were the only ones I did not know! (: well done and thank you for widening my horizon!
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Level 30
Dec 17, 2015
Or what about the Oar fish?
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Level 14
Feb 5, 2017
I almost lost because of orange roughy! Great addition
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Level 32
Jan 4, 2019
I'm from Baltimore, so I know what the oriole is. BTW, they suck at baseball :)
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Level 79
May 11, 2013
easy breezy lemon squeezy
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Level 79
Nov 16, 2015
This comment is now obsolete since partdavid suggested adding okapi and orange roughy... never heard of either.
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Level 78
Nov 16, 2015
I sort of knew okapi, just couldn't spell it correctly. Got it confused with the film Topkapi in my mind and kept trying to add a "t" somewhere. I should have gotten orange roughy, but wasn't thinking about two-word answers. Those were the only two I missed.
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Level 79
Nov 16, 2015
I was in Topkapi Palace last May.
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Level 59
May 11, 2013
It's clams that make pearls, not oysters
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Level 71
May 11, 2013
Dude. Just . . . dude.
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Level 70
May 11, 2013
Good comment! :)
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Level 53
May 12, 2013
I thought it was swine!
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Level 37
Jul 12, 2013
Elvis is still alive in a retirement community battling mummified, shambling, soul-sucking cowboys with JFK. I saw the documentary.
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Level 79
Jan 4, 2019
Can't be! After all, there were pearls BEFORE swine!
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Level 39
May 11, 2015
in broome (WA, australia) OYSTERS make pearls. PINCTADA MAXIMA is the species. just search it up. I DARE YOU!!! :((((
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Level 55
Mar 5, 2016
I hope that was a joke. But I have a sneaking suspicion it wasn't. In that case, it is oysters, not clams.
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Level 37
Jun 23, 2019
Yeah must have been a joke - I agree.
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Level 70
Feb 28, 2017
I knew a girl called Pearl that made Clam Chowder!
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Level 21
May 3, 2014
Okapi should be added.
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Level 57
Nov 16, 2015
HOODINI
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Level 63
Mar 20, 2016
God damn it. I'd heard of an ocelot, but had no idea how to spell it. Tried "osalot" with variations of double consonants.
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Level 50
Apr 18, 2016
i tried oystercatcher for osprey...
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Level 24
Jun 18, 2016
Kept on typing "Okra" instead of orca... *sigh*
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Level 58
Aug 25, 2016
Me too.
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Level 69
Jul 12, 2016
So the Orange Roughy is a fish that lives quite deep. When fish stocks close to the ocean's surface fell, we put our nets deeper and discovered loads of Orange Roughies. They are easy to fillet and there were so many that we were burying leftover supplies in big pits. It wasn't until later that we learnt that the Orange Roughy lives to be about 100 years old, and reaches reproductive maturity much later than most fish. Because we harvested in such great numbers, we chronically affected the rate of what's called 'stock recruitment', nearly endangering the species! Very sad story, but hopefully we can learn from it.
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Level 64
Jan 10, 2017
Ah, thanks for explaining that!
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Level 39
Jul 26, 2018
...when have we ever learned from history?...everyone wake up and stop eating animals or killing them generally...mother earth needs a timeout to recover from our depredations...we are heading for armageddon at a ferocious rate...phew!...i feel better for having spewed that lot out...but seriously folks...
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Level 60
Jan 4, 2019
You lost me at 'stop eating animals' to be honest.
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Level 78
Jan 5, 2019
You obviously haven't driven on the roads in my area. The deer definitely need thinning. We've totaled five vehicles from deer running into us, and a young man was killed last spring when a deer went through the windshield of his truck. Some animals need to be put on the endangered list, but not whitetail deer in Missouri. (BTW, Venison Oscar is a great dish.)
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Level 67
Apr 25, 2019
Humans need thinning...
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Level 39
Aug 20, 2017
More Suggestions: Oryx, Ovenbird, Onager, Olingo, Old World Flycatcher and Old World Babbler
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Level 39
Aug 20, 2017
Also, Oribi Antelope
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Level 59
May 6, 2018
You should accept ''Trump'' for ''Orange-colored great ape''.
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Level 39
Jul 26, 2018
...love it!...but please don't insult apes...;-)
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Level 44
Oct 23, 2019
That starts with a T...
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Level 70
Aug 7, 2018
Would be nice if Latin terms could be used as well. I tried Oriolus because I didn't know the exact English term. Sadly, it wasn't accepted.
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Level 67
Aug 7, 2018
Oh my god, I didn't get ORIOLE. I live in BALTIMORE.
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Level 52
Jan 4, 2019
Maybe add ornithorynchus (the other name of platypus)
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Level 21
Jan 5, 2019
Suggestion: Oryx
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Level 59
Jan 5, 2019
That was insanely easy
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Level 67
Apr 25, 2019
An owl doesnt say hoot, it hoots, but it says oohoo
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Level 19
May 14, 2019
100%! and 2:05 remaining!
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Level 62
May 27, 2019
I got ocelot from Minecraft lol :)
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Level 44
Oct 23, 2019
Kid you not, there Was a magazine ad on screen that had an oriole on it. Wouldn’t have gotten that one if it wasn’t for the ad
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Level 55
Jan 2, 2020
'Largest' bird might be debatable as it references dimension. (Condor/Albatros might win there depending on the definition) How about 'Heaviest bird'? Or 'One of the largest birds'?
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Level ∞
Jan 2, 2020
Condor/albatross don't start with O.
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Level 17
Jul 1, 2020
Suggestion- Oryx could be one