The Big Weird Animal Names Quiz


The animal kingdom is full of magnificent creatures that soften humans with their beauty.

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WHAT ARE THESE WEIRD ANIMALS NAME?????

Quiz

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Pygmerion

Capybara

Isometzal

argentinian pig

Capybara
A capybara is a South American rodent that leads the life of a social, semi-aquatic mammal.

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Steppe Ishtar

Ismondun

Rhinodron

Malayan Tapir

Malayan Tapir
One of the five known species of tapir, the Malayan tapir lives exclusively in Southeast Asia, including Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia (Sumatra Island), Laos, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Coati

picato

Okapi

Katipo

Coati
Coatis are small mammals, particularly close to raccoons. Their name refers to several species that all live in South America, Central America, and Mexico.

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Okapi

picato

dwarf zebra

Orgyntocre

Okapi
The okapi is a ruminant mammal found in the tropical forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Persiflon

Dugong

Sagelet

Kamboum

Dugong
The dugong is a herbivorous marine mammal with a slender body, living on the coasts of the Indian Ocean, the western Pacific Ocean and the Red Sea.

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Zawa

Kiwi

Clotharin

Large Sand Beak

Kiwi
The Southern Kiwi lives in southern New Zealand.

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Mara

Hare of Laos

Fandruc

Carsip

Mara
The mara is a rodent from Argentina, similar to a hare. It is the third largest rodent in the world, after the capybara and the beaver.

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Venomous varal

Scipio of the desert

Epic Scorpion

Spiky Moloch

Spiky Moloch
Also called the ‘horned devil’, the spiky moloch is a reptile found in Western Australia, South Australia, the Northern Territory and far south-west Queensland.

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yellow sneaker

Sahelian Blisongal

Lowland Zebra Tenrec

Long-snouted drijople

Lowland Zebra Tenrec
The Lowland Zebra Tenrec is an insectivorous mammal. It is found in the center and the eastern coastal regions of Madagascar.

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squill

Lobster from paradise

rainbow water

Amezophone

squill
The Multicolored Squill is a crustacean found in the Indo-Pacific basin, between the island of Guam and the coasts of East Africa and from Japan to Australia.

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Glomarin

Ladle-winged cheesecake

Venezuelan poodle butterfly

Vrixophile

Venezuelan poodle butterfly
The Venezuelan Poodle Papillon is actually the Artace cribaria. His nickname originated from a 2009 internet meme.

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Noctampion

Terribulle

Aye Aye

Coarse-haired scarangilla

Aye Aye
The Aye-Aye is a species of primate that lives in Madagascar. He is the only primate to have 18 teeth.

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Gerenuk

Execulum

bistingol

Crabistaigne

Gerenuk
Gerenuk is also called Waller’s gazelle, or giraffe antelope, or gazelle-giraffe. She lives mainly in Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia, and Tanzania.

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Mongolian pig

Babirosas

Rhinozeplase

Hippomandric

Babirosas
Its name means “pig-deer” in Malay. It is found in Indonesia in the heart of the jungles of the island of Sulawesi, as well as on the Bourou and Malado islands.

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Carnipene

Drazote

sea ​​mole

Lamprey

Lamprey
Lampreys live in temperate zones. After reaching sexual maturity, the intestine atrophies and the lamprey seems to no longer feed and live solely on its fat reserves.

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sad fish

Klindozar

Blasodunch

Blobfish

Blobfish
The blobfish is one of the abyssal fish species living between 600 and 1200 m deep, off the Australian and Tasmanian coasts

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