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Baby, Male and Female Animals

What do you call these animals? ( For example, a baby bird is called a chick. )
Last updated: August 30, 2018
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Animal
Name
Young cattle
Calf
Male cattle
Bull
Female cattle
Cow
Female chicken
Hen
Young cat
Kitten
Male cat
Tom
Young dog
Puppy
Young goat
Kid
Female deer
Doe
Young deer
Fawn
Animal
Name
Female sheep
Ewe
Male sheep
Ram
Young sheep
Lamb
Female horse
Mare
Young, male horse
Colt
Young horse
Foal
Adult, male horse
Stallion
Young bear
Cub
Young duck
Duckling
Male duck
Drake
Animal
Name
Female donkey
Jenny
Young frog
Tadpole
Male goose
Gander
Young goose
Gosling
Young kangaroo
Joey
Female lion
Lioness
Female pig
Sow
Male pig
Boar
Young butterfly
Caterpillar
Young pigeon
Squab
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level ∞
Aug 10, 2010
Fixed the spelling of kangaroo. Thanks!
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level 32
Jun 17, 2011
I agree with relessness and Superjoe92.
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level 34
Aug 1, 2011
In my opinion, stud should also work for stallion.
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level 52
Aug 26, 2011
Only missed the young pigeon- never heard of it!!
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level 33
Sep 16, 2011
It all sounds familiar and makes sense when you see the answers (lol).
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level 18
Apr 3, 2012
22/30 on first try...not bad
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level 21
Apr 17, 2012
Technically a caterpillar isn't a young butterfly. They are two completely different insects.
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level 44
Aug 31, 2013
i agree caterpillars can be moths as well
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level 44
Jul 30, 2014
a bit more of a distinction than that. moths' wings fold back when relaxed. butterflies can't do that.
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level 59
Sep 19, 2015
True, both moths and butterflies are called "caterpillars" when in their larval stage. However, moths are not a type of butterfly, although they are closely related. Since the quiz asks for the "baby" (aka pre-adult) name of butterflies, "caterpillar" is fine. If it was the other way around, and it gave us "caterpillar" and asked what it would end up being, then either butterfly OR moth would work. Unless it specified a caterpillar in a cocoon or in a chrysalis, in which case....well, never mind.
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level 18
Jul 24, 2012
Doe, a deer, a female deer. I also got drake from Conjunction Junction. Haha they should put in female dog.
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level 50
Jul 31, 2014
They better not or my score will lower considerably. I refuse to type it.
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level 71
Jan 18, 2017
why? It's just a word
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level 22
Dec 28, 2012
the cutest baby animal name is a baby puffin - anyone want to hazard a guess?
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level 37
Jun 28, 2013
I had to look it up. Is it puffling? I hope so, because it really is a cute name for a cute animal!
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level 75
Jan 20, 2013
Tadpoles and Caterpillars are not young frogs and butterflies, they are the larval stage of those animals. I thought that boar was wrong, too, but I looked it up and was mistaken. Apparently "wild boar" and "boar" have just become synonymous in common usage. Learn something new every day. :)
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level 67
Mar 14, 2015
A tadpole is a young frog, young meaning early in life.
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level 55
Apr 27, 2015
Larva is basically the baby of that animal. So what's your point?
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level 75
Sep 19, 2015
Seems like a significant difference to me. There's no metamorphosis taking place between goslings and geese. They are always geese. If someone pointed at a caterpillar and said "is that a butterfly?" the answer would be no.
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level 39
Sep 19, 2015
Tadpoles are young frogs, then they are called froglets while they still have their tales. So, tadpole is the correct answer.
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level 75
Jun 28, 2017
Tadpoles... maybe. But it doesn't make sense to me. Again.. if someone pointed at a tadpole and said "is that a frog?" The answer would be "no, that's a tadpole. Some day it will turn in to a frog." And the caterpillar/butterfly distinction is even less ambiguous. There is a dramatic metamorphosis in the latter case. On the other hand, if someone pointed at a calf and asked "is that a cow?" You could straight up just say "yes" without clarification. I would never call a maggot a fly... it simply isn't one. Even if later on the organism that was a maggot transforms into a fly.
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level 75
Sep 19, 2015
Boar and wild boar aren't synonymous among us farm folk. Several states have outlawed the raising of Russian and European wild boar pigs because some people were raising them and letting them go feral for hunting. The wild boar interbreed with feral pigs and multiply rapidly, doing extensive damage to the land. It's more likely that wild boar is becoming synonymous with the term feral pig even though domestic pig breeds can become feral. It's a problem for people who are trying to raise heirloom pork because many of the heirloom strains are related to wild boar strains and in extreme cases farmers can be forced to kill their heirloom pigs if they are too closely related to the wild boar strains. Here is an example of the problem a few years ago in Michigan: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2012/08/31/160394513/battle-over-michigans-new-swine-rules-goes-hog-wild
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level 75
Sep 19, 2015
By the way, we own a Yorkshire boar, and he definitely is not synonymous with European wild boar or Russian wild boar. Yorks are considered domestic.
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level 35
Nov 12, 2016
Totally agree with you. Got the answers but fell they are 100% wrong.
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level 67
Jun 28, 2013
Got 30/30 with 3.23 minutes to spare. These are all things we learned as children.
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level 45
Jun 5, 2015
Yes, it was an easy one.
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level 82
Jun 28, 2013
I was about to argue for pony to be accepted for young horse, but apparently a pony is not what I always believed.
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level 64
Jan 30, 2014
A male cattle could be a bull or a steer, depending on if it has been castrated or not. Similarly, depending on castration, a male horse is either a stallion or a gelding and a male pig is a boar or a barrow.
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level 67
Jun 28, 2017
If it asked for a young human male you would put 'Boy', not Eunuch.
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level 75
Jul 1, 2017
But eunuchs are not common. Most male farm animals are castrated unless raised for breeding stock, so their names are as common if not more so.
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level 55
Apr 19, 2014
All of them with 4:02. :) A female cat is called a queen, and a young platypus is called a puggle.
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level 15
Apr 20, 2014
A young dog is a Pup. 'Puppy' is a childish derivative.
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level 55
Apr 27, 2015
I was going to bring that up, too. I have no problem with puppy being the answer, but pup should also work.
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level 67
Feb 7, 2017
The question asks for "What do YOU call these animals?"....... I call them puppies.
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level 26
Apr 28, 2014
I almost forgot duckling! Oops...
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level 48
Jun 2, 2014
I can't figure out why they have "colt" but not "filly". Also, if it were up to me I'd include "ox" and "gelding" also, but I guess we're not wanting to address the topic of animal castration here, are we?
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level 45
Jun 11, 2014
Maybe allow steer for male cattle?
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level 75
Jul 1, 2017
Then ox should also work, for an adult steer.
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level 22
Jun 17, 2014
To be more specific, a young male horse is a colt and a young female horse is a filly.
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level 50
Jun 21, 2014
I like the butterfly one. Funny.
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level 48
Jun 25, 2014
We've always called tadpoles pollywogs :)
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level 75
Jul 31, 2014
Anybody else old enough to remember the drake's tail haircuts from the 50s? I think they were also called duck tails.
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level 67
Jul 6, 2015
Duck's A**e they were called in less gentile circles.
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level 74
Jan 22, 2015
Great quiz. You could add queen (female cat), buck (male deer), and filly (young female horse).
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level 51
Apr 3, 2015
Female deer can also be a Hind - depends on species - e.g. Red Deer are Hinds not Does Also as mentioned above a young frog could also be a Froglet - in-between tadpole and frog - still a young frog
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level 45
Apr 21, 2015
Easy and enjoyable.
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level 55
Apr 27, 2015
Fun. I had never heard of the pigeon one before. So it was also educational. :)
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level 2
May 7, 2015
veal is baby cow meat not baby cow name........
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level 58
Aug 11, 2015
A squab a jenny and a kid have never been in my kitchen.
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level 45
Sep 19, 2015
Ooohp, missed cow...
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level 45
Sep 19, 2015
Ooohp, missed cow...
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level 78
Sep 19, 2015
Twice in the same day?! You must have been having a bad morning! ;)
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level 70
Sep 9, 2018
Yeah, I would have thought he'd have learned after missing it the first time!
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level 69
Sep 19, 2015
Young horse could also be "yearling"?
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level 70
Sep 9, 2018
That's very specific and only refers tho the second year of life.
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level 37
Jun 1, 2016
That was a good quiz! I only Missed Kid, Boar, Jenny and Squab.
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level 39
Aug 7, 2016
I missed Gander, Colt and Squab. I should definitely have got Gander, and I ought to have known Squab from Game of Thrones. I've heard of a colt before but I couldn't think of anything other than gelding for a (castrated) horse.
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level 71
Sep 18, 2016
Also accept pup?
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level 35
Nov 12, 2016
Can't believe I forgot colt, and did not know Jenny or Squab.
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level 71
May 13, 2017
Caterpillar and tadpole are not really young butterflies and frogs respectively. They are larvae and are, I believe, classed separately. Nobody looks at a tadpole and says "oh look, there's a young frog".
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level 67
Jun 28, 2017
I do.
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level 55
May 13, 2017
so do not call your kid: Ewe Jenny Gosling ! :-)
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level 59
Jun 28, 2017
If tadpole & caterpillar are correct, what's wrong with egg for the bird questions?
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level 68
Jun 28, 2017
Hah, interesting English words :)
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level 65
Jun 28, 2017
Accept "egg" for young pigeon?
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level 71
Jun 28, 2017
or chick?
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level 57
Jun 28, 2017
Poor young horse. I pity the foal.
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level 70
Jun 28, 2017
+1.
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level 55
Jun 28, 2017
Could add Filly to female horse. Or expand and add young, female horse as that is the technical definition of a filly.
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level 48
Apr 11, 2018
Phew! Got colt in the end for 100%. Don't get that very often
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level 41
Apr 17, 2018
So psyched I remembered Jenny!
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level 67
May 14, 2018
Know your animals?....... try Animal Pictures 1............here it is
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level 72
May 14, 2018
I tried donkess for female donkey, haha. I'd never heard of the correct answer. Thanks Jetpunk!
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level 70
Sep 9, 2018
I like "donkess"!