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Brand-Name Animals Quiz

Based on the brand, name the type of animal that appears in its advertising.
For example, Borden Dairy is advertised by a cow
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Last updated: September 12, 2014
First submittedMarch 1, 2012
Times taken50,596
Rating4.06
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Brand
Animal
Frosted Flakes
Tiger
Energizer
Bunny
Disney
Mouse
Sega
Hedgehog
Vlasic
Stork
Honey Smacks
Frog
Lacoste
Crocodile
Froot Loops
Toucan
Toys "R" Us
Giraffe
Coco Pops
Monkey
Brand
Animal
Cocoa Puffs
Cuckoo
Honey Nut Cheerios
Bee
Cheetos
Cheetah
Geico
Gecko
Snuggle
Bear
Linux
Penguin
Aflac
Duck
Klondike
Polar Bear
Corn Flakes
Rooster
Tootsie Roll Pops
Owl
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level 36
Mar 1, 2012
Mr. Owl, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? I still can't believe some have not seen the classic commercial.
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level 34
May 6, 2013
Cant get them in Ireland :(
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level 63
Sep 30, 2014
They're on YouTube!
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level 24
Apr 13, 2015
I have a t-shirt that says "wanna lick?" with the original logo.
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
I literally just saw that commercial on t.v. a few days ago. Had no idea it still came on.
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level 24
Oct 4, 2016
how many does it take???
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level 69
Dec 22, 2016
3
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level 37
Oct 23, 2017
I know the guy who wrote that commercial!
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level 73
Jan 16, 2018
I didn't know what a tootsie roll pop is, never mind knowing the advert
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level 61
Aug 2, 2018
RIP Toys "R" Us... =(
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level 43
Mar 1, 2012
what is a Cuckoo?
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level 70
Sep 23, 2016
Just scroll down. LOL!!
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level 44
Mar 1, 2012
I have never even heard of Lacoste. :-(
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level 83
Apr 10, 2013
You might know them better as Izod.
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level 60
May 23, 2013
Izod isn't Lacoste anymore. It's Van Huesen now.
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level 36
Mar 1, 2012
coco pops are chocolate coated rice krispies. Are cocoa puffs the same thing in the US? Also I think you should allow cockerel for cornflakes.
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
No that would be Coco Rice Krispies. And our Coco Pebbles are similar. Coco Puffs are chocolatey ball shaped "puff" cereal pieces.
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level 35
Dec 22, 2016
In the UK, Australia and New Zealand, Coco Pops are just chocolate coated rice crispies. Englishrose was correct.
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level 24
Mar 1, 2012
we have a kangaroo for cornflakes
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level 35
Dec 22, 2016
@TH0R It's cereal, not a chocolate "popsicle".
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level 43
Mar 1, 2012
In the USA, there is no Coco Pops, there are Cocoa Puffs and Coco Krispies.
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level 66
Sep 30, 2014
And Cocoa Pebbles. :D
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level 77
Oct 17, 2014
...and don't forget Count Chocula!
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level 73
Oct 16, 2019
R.I.P., dear Chocodiles.
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level 15
Mar 2, 2012
I only got Lacoste because I thought Honey smacks was an alligator.
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
That's how I got Snuggle (though I would have gotten it anyway) because I could have sword Honey Snacks was a bear but I was thinking of Sugar Bear.
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level 22
Mar 2, 2012
the giraffe for toys r u was hard - i had no idea that they even had an animal associated with them. i had to quickly run to their website and even then there was only a random small picture of a giraffe halfway down the page.
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level 77
Jan 16, 2014
Geoffrey the Giraffe!
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level 20
Mar 5, 2012
Lacoste is like an AWESOME BRAND NAME. lol.. Half of these brands don't exist in Australia.. So, i did pretty well getting 13/20..
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level 20
Oct 23, 2014
Doing this quiz again after 2 years doesn't improve my score. ..
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level 56
Mar 19, 2012
I'm surprised so many people missed penguin considering there is a big picture of it on the top.
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level 18
Apr 23, 2012
Hello Brickster, I see you have taken this quiz! I got 12. :(
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level 20
Aug 2, 2012
Ohhh...I feel so STUPID!! I never really put two and two together to think of Mickey MOUSE for Disney...
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level 62
Dec 10, 2018
Yea really had to think a little, thought, huh, animal? First saw the rainbow and then castle in my mind. Then I saw micky mouse as a wizard. Having an image oriented brain (im sure there is an english term, picturethinking? But that sounds made up) really helps sometimes!
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level 29
May 4, 2014
i had just seen the boxes for coco pops. Thought it was a squirrel haha
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level 34
Jul 2, 2014
Tried koala bear for Snuggle - didn't get it... Add?
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level 71
Oct 17, 2014
I thought the aflac mascot was a goose. Looks like one.
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level 17
Oct 17, 2014
I always thought Vlasic was advertised by a pelican.
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level 32
Oct 18, 2014
Owl was a stretch.
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level 59
Nov 6, 2015
I had to look up Coco Pops. Cocoa Krispies (known as Choco Krispis, Choco Krispies, Coco Pops, or Choco Pops outside of the United States) (...) Cocoa Krispies first appeared in the United States in 1958, represented by a chimpanzee named Jose. He was quickly replaced by Coco the Elephant in 1959 when Mexican-Americans complained. In 1963, the Hanna-Barbera character Snagglepuss took over as the mascot. Ogg the Caveman took over in 1968. In 1971, Tusk the Elephant became the mascot of the cereal, and he remained until 1982. Snap, Crackle and Pop (the mascots of Rice Krispies) also became the mascots for Cocoa Krispies starting in 1982. In 1991, the mascot became Coco the Monkey. In 2001, Snap, Crackle, and Pop returned, and they remain the product's mascots.
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level 73
Oct 16, 2019
He threw the English complainers on here a bone. I googled it and I couldn't have told you what that mascot is supposed to be. Looks like Fievel Goes West.
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level 24
May 13, 2016
Dangit I got all but coco pops
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level 57
Aug 15, 2017
Go Tux! Linux rules. Half of these I'd never heard of.
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level 76
Dec 11, 2017
Please consider accepting 'teddy bear' for the Snuggle question.
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level 22
Feb 28, 2018
How did people not get cuckoo... CUCKOO FOR COCOA PUFFS... they had like a billion ads showing that!
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level 76
Aug 18, 2018
Maybe the ad wasn't shown in a lot of places.
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level 73
Oct 16, 2019
Calm down. We'll get you some Cocoa Puffs.
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level 41
Mar 27, 2018
I only got the Linux one because i saw the picture of a penguin, so I typed penguin.
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level 20
Mar 28, 2018
Can't you just accept bear for Klondike?
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level 53
Nov 10, 2018
can you accept goose for duck?
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level 62
Dec 10, 2018
This really should be called American brands quiz. Cause I think only Sega disney and linux are known worldwide. (Maybeeee kellogs we do have that here, but dont know about the rest of the world.) I also knew lacoste but judging by the comments it isnt everywhere. This is the first time I comment about a quiz being american centered. Usualy (even though it often is american centered) it soesnt matter too much, because it is about things when you occassionaly watch tv or go on internet you will have heard about. Even though the place item or word doesnt excist in your country. But with this you will need to have seen it. (I indeed have heard about some stuff, cause it is often mentioned (dont know where, thats the thing about learning by osmosis) like cocopuffs and toys r us. And actually know one you can eat and the other is a store :p)
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level 62
Dec 10, 2018
And before someone answers, well it is an american website.. nowhere it states it is by americans for americans. The extension is not .us if so I would ve given you the point. But it is .com which is generally used when someone aims at a worldwide audience.
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level 40
Feb 1, 2019
Polar bear in dutch is "ijsbeer" witch would translate to icebear. i kept typing "ice bear" and started wondering if klondike had a different mascot/logo in europe, compared to the US
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level 28
Feb 1, 2019
Add Lizard for Geico??
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