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Star Wars Species by Description

Based on the description provided, identify these different alien species from the various Star Wars films.
Last updated: March 19, 2019
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Large, slug-like beings that are often gangsters.
Hutt
"Walking carpets" known for their strength and loyalty
Wookiee
Short creatures with long snouts that walk on their arms
Dug
Desert nomads that travel in single file to hide their numbers
Tusken Raider
Desert scavengers that travel in giant sandcrawlers and re-sell droids to farmers
Jawa
Humanoids with large, conical heads, that had two hearts and binary brains
Cerean
Primitive teddy bears that mistook C-3PO for a divine being
Ewok
Humanoids with two tail-like appendages on their heads. Females often have brightly colored skin
Twi'lek
Fishlike species whose retrofitted space cruisers were integral to the Rebel Alliance fleet
Mon Calamari
Short, winged species immune to Jedi mind tricks
Toydarian
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Thin, long-necked species known for their mastery of cloning
Kaminoan
Humanoids with a distinctive crown of small horns on their heads
Zabrak
Species with bulbous red eyes, greenish gray skin and no nose. Many of them work for the Trade Federation.
Neimoidian
Amphibious species that lives on Naboo.
Gungan
Near-human species with red eyes, blue skin, and blue hair.
Chiss
Short humanoid species with four arms and prehensile feet, that make good pilots.
Ardennian
Humanoids with large, mouse-like eyes and two flaps of jowls on their cheeks
Sullustan
Humanoids with long ears that look like Yoda's species but with pink skin
Lannik
Humanoids with bright red/orange skin, white horns and head tails
Togruta
Aquatic humanoid species nicknamed "squid heads" because of their facial tentacles
Quarren
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