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Mammals by Picture #2

Guess the common names of the mammals pictured below.
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Last updated: March 16, 2018
First submittedMarch 15, 2018
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level 80
Mar 16, 2018
A suggestion to accept Duck Billed Platypus
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level ∞
Mar 16, 2018
That will work now
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level 67
Mar 16, 2018
This quiz prompted me to look up the difference between a tarsier and a bushbaby, as I'd always assumed they were the same thing. Thank you, Quizmaster - got to learn something new and also look at lots of adorable photos of bushbabies :)
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level 34
Jun 27, 2018
Nice quiz! Got them all...feel free to try my quiz on close up animal shots called Who am I? :)
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level 48
Jul 1, 2018
Maybe except goat?
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level 58
Aug 1, 2018
Accept* except basically means the opposite.
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level 55
Aug 1, 2018
The mountain background is there for a reason. Secondly, domestic goats are a little thin and don't have a lot of fur, unlike the mountain goat. Learned that from living in the Sub-Himalayas, where the Himalayan mountain goat is different from the above two, too.
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level 50
Aug 1, 2018
it's still a goat. why not insist on naming the subspecies of giraffe if the quiz is that pedantic?
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level 16
Aug 1, 2018
actually the mountain goat is a false goat
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level 49
Aug 4, 2018
Despite the name, the mountain goat is of a different genus. The closest they get is that they're of the same subfamily, but that's shared with animals like sheep or ibex.
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level 22
Aug 1, 2018
Got em all with 2:59 left!
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level 67
Aug 1, 2018
Didn't know a mole has no eyes! Looks creepy
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level 68
Aug 1, 2018
Strange indeed. It looks like its face had been blurred out, so as to make it unrecognizable.
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level 73
Aug 1, 2018
Which is why in French, we have a saying that says "blind as a mole" (instead of bat in English).
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level 65
May 29, 2019
They're actually really cute in person. This picture makes it look creepy.
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level 58
Aug 1, 2018
If bat is accepted, goat should be accepted.
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level 50
Aug 1, 2018
same with giraffe, there are different types of those as well. if we keep up the pressure we can topple the regime!
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level 67
Aug 1, 2018
Except a mountain goat is not actually a goat (i.e., a member of the genus Capra), despite its name.
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level 52
Aug 1, 2018
"Tarsus monkey" is also correct for "tarsier." It is so named for it's prominent tarsus bone.
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level 57
Aug 1, 2018
can we not be so hardcore about the spelling of aardvark? i put the double aa's at the end instead of the beginning. bummer.
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level 75
Aug 1, 2018
Rdvarkaa?
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level 21
Aug 5, 2018
wtf is a prairie dog? Some sympathy for the Aussie, please
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level 53
Jan 19, 2019
12 of these are not native to the USA so you can't claim America-centric this time
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level 37
Oct 23, 2018
I spelt tarsier with a z