92% of People Can't Name All of These Beanie Babies From an Image! Can You?

By: Khadija Leon
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92% of People Can't Name All of These Beanie Babies From an Image! Can You?
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About This Quiz

Oh, Beanie Babies. It's been nearly 30 years and you still haven't had your plastic pelleted fill of them, have you? So, what's all the hoopla about these stuffed animals? Is it because they are cute? Is it because they are cuddly? Or, is it because in mint condition they can bring you a small fortune? Check, check and check. But, the fascination with Beanie Babies really began with their conception in 1991 when inventor Ty Warner decided to use small plastic pellets to fill his stuffed animals as opposed to the common stuffing found in plush toys. This made Beanie Babies maneuverable and, for children, much more realistic than the everyday plush animal. 

By the mid-'90s, you're well aware of, and probably participated in, the Beanie Baby fad which swept the nation and many parts of the world. By the end of the decade mint condition Beanie Babies were going for thousands of dollars. Undoubtedly, the most expensive Beanie Baby is Princess Bear which was a tribute to Princess Diana. While sellers seek to fetch nearly half a million for Princess Bear, undoubtedly a high five-figure or low six-figure price is attainable. 

So, which Beanie Baby do you cherish? Do you love to buzz around with Bumble the Bee or reminisce with Decade the Bear? See how many of these Beanie Babies you can name from an image. It might not only be fun, but could also be valuable!

Princess the Purple bear
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
2000 Holiday Teddy
Aces the Bear
Baldy the Eagle
Princess the Bear
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The Princess purple bear was created on October 29, 1997, to honor Princess Diana after she died. Only a limited number of these Princess beanies collectibles were produced and available for purchase. All profits from the sale of the Princess Beanies were donated to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.

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Quakers the duck
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Brutus the Dog
Cinder the Dragon
Quakers the Duck
Darlin' the Dog
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Quackers the Duck, like many other ducks, is bright yellow with an orange beak, and was first introduced on June 24, 1994. The first version of this Beanie was released without wings, and is considered to be very rare. A subsequent version of Quackers the Duck with wings was later released.​

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Pinky the flamingo
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Pinky the Flamingo
Freeze the Penguin
Gobbler the Turkey
Icy the Seal
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This is a bright pink flamingo beanie with floppy legs, which are of a lighter shade of pink. The flamingo also has a big orange beak. Pinky was first introduced on June 3, 1995, and measures a 10.5 inches in height, one of the largest beanies of all time.

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Sly the fox
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Joey the Fox
Igor the Bat
Sly the Fox
Annabelle the Cat
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Sly the Fox Beanie is a playful fox which was first introduced in June 1996. There are two versions of Sly, one with a brown belly and one with a white belly, which was introduced just about two months after the first on August 6, 1996. Other than the variations, he is brown and has a flat tail.

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Bumble the bee
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Rosie the Turtle
Nacho the Dog
Mandy the Panda
Bumble the Bee
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Bumble the Bee, like many bees, is yellow and black and has a pair of large black wings, a pair of antennae, four legs and two black plastic eyes. It was introduced on June 3, 1995 and was retired just over a year later on June 15, 1996.

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Snoopy the dog
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Roxie the Racoon
Snoopy the Dog
Midnight the Bat
Nadya the Monkey
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Snoopy the Dog is one the many dog beanies produced but unlike the rest of them, he is the only one from the Peanuts comic book series and the Charlie Brown cartoons. This beanie is black and white and has a red collar around his neck. Snoopy also features a key clip which can be used to attached keys and/or bags.

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Pumkin the pumpkin
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Pumkin the Pumpkin
Neptune the Seahorse
Olga the Sheep
Rainbow the Unicorn
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Pumkin the Pumpkin is one of a kind was the first Beanie Baby that represented a fruit. It is green and orange, like normal pumpkins. It was introduced on September 30, 1998, just before the annual Halloween celebration.

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Gary the snail
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Spike the Hedgehog
Slush the Husky
Rebel the Meerkat
Gary the Snail
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Gary the snail is a brightly-colored snail from the popular Nickelodeon series, SpongeBob SquarePants. The company created two versions of Gary, one for regular retail and the other exclusively for the corporate giant, Best Buy.

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Hello Kitty beanie baby
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Mandy the Panda
Legs the Octopus
Hello Kitty
Nacho the Panda
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Hello Kitty is extremely popular, so it comes as no surprise that the TY company decided to make her into a Beanie Baby. The little kitten is dressed in a pink onesie with a bib and a rattle, and she also has her classic bow over one ear.

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Peanut the royal blue elephant
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Ruby the Monkey
Peanut the Elephant
Patches the Leopard
Opal the Owl
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Peanut the Elephant is one of the most notable Beanie babies ever created. The bear is royal blue with a hint of pink on its huge ears. The small Beanie, who was first introduced on June 3, 1995, lies flat on its stomach with its long trunk protruding into the air.

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Inky the octopus
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Tauri the Cat
Sami the Fish
Rocco the Racoon
Inky the Octopus
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The original Inky the Octopus is grey and was first introduced on September 12, 1994, while the pink version came out on June 3, 1995. Like all octopuses, these two beanies have eight tentacles and a very large head. Both Inky’s have black eyes and a mischievous smile.

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Mystic the Unicorn
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Dakota the Horse
Mystic the Unicorn
Firecracker the Cat
Glider the Penguin
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Mystic the Unicorn came in four different styles between 1994 and 1999. Almost 25 years later, these specific beanie babies are selling for prices ranging from as little as $1,100 to as high as $3,750, depending on the style.

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Osito the bear
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Grapes the Monkey
Hamburg the Bear
Hopson the Rabbit
Osito the Bear
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Osito is a red cuddly bear released in 1999, and was meant to represent Mexico. He comes with a green and white bow around his neck, and a Mexican flag stitched on his chest.

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Lefty the donkey
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Oscar the Owl
Pokey the Sea Turtle
Lefty the Donkey
Romeo the Gorilla
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Lefty the Donkey is bluish grey while its feet and nose are black, and he has an American flag on his back. Having been introduced during the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election, it was named Lefty the Democratic Donkey in honor of the Democratic Party.

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Decade the bear
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Wild the Zebra
Decade the Bear
Sky High the Giraffe
Tess the Tiger
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Decade the Bear was introduced on December 15, 2003, to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the existence of Beanie Babies. There are ten colors of this beanie, some of which include; brown, dark blue, gold, green, red, light blue, orange, and pink. Each has a ribbon around its neck. The bear also has a 10​-anniversary patch on its chest.

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Lizzy the lizard
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Lizzy the Lizard
Thankful the Turkey
Waddles the Penguin
Woody the Rabbit
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Lizzy the Lizard, who was introduced on January 7, 1996, is a blue lizard with black patterned spots, a yellow underbelly and a red forked tongue. Lizzy is almost 14 inches in length and also comes in a tie-dyed version.

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Ringo the raccoon
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Fluffy the Lion
Cutie Pie the Panda
Ringo the Raccoon
Zoey the Zebra
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Like many other beanies on this list, Ringo the Raccoon is a character from a television show (A Wonderful World of Color). The raccoon is light brown​ and its tail is alternating colors of dark and light brown. Ringo also has a pair of short black whiskers, black eyes and two-toned ears.

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Scorch the dragon
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Austria the Bear
Candy Cane the Hamster
Daisy the Cow
Scorch the Dragon
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Introduced on September 30, 1998, Scorch the Dragon is one of few Beanie Babies that came with wings. Scorch was the first Beanie Baby to have tie-dyed fabric and the iridescent color of the wings made Scorch a hit with the kids.

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Shiloh the ferret
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Babs the Lamb
Shiloh the Ferret
Alpine the Reindeer
Coconut the Monkey
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Shiloh the Ferret was introduced on January 19, 2006, and could only be obtained through the World Wildlife Fund and the TY store. Shiloh’s breed of ferret is on the endangered species list, so it was only fitting that she represented the WWF.

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Digger the crab
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Digger the Crab
Halo the Bear
Goldie the Chick
Freeze the Penguin
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Digger the Crab was introduced on June 3, 1995, and was retired on May 11, 1997. The original crab was orange. Since then, many versions have been released, some of which are tie-dyed and red.

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Bananas the orangutan
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Casanova the Monkey
Bananas the Orangutan
Igloo the Penguin
Haunt the Owl
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Introduced on July 8,, 2000, Bananas the Orangutan has a multicolored body with orange feet and hands, an orange face, and purple mouth, and some of its fur is yellow. Bananas is said to be worth lots of money if he is in mint condition.

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Maple the bear
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Diva the Dog
Frights the Cat
Maple the Bear
Chloe the Dog
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There are many bears which were made to represent a country, and Maple was made especially for Canada. Maple is all white with a yellow ribbon around its neck and a Canadian flag stitched on its chest. The bear was introduced on January 1, 1997, and the company donated 5,000 Maple beanies to the Canadian Special Olympics.

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Squidward beanie baby
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Olga the Monkey
Julep the Monkey
Squidward
Kiwi the Frog
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After the amazing success of Nickelodeon’s "SpongeBob SquarePants" TV show, TY decided to make some of the characters into Beanie Babies, one of which was Squidward. He was introduced in October of 2004, and is an exact replica of the classic cartoon character.

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America the bear
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Which Beanie Baby is this?
Scoops the Snowman
America the Bear
Japan the Bear
Tabitha the Cat
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America the Bear was created to honor those who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The bear is light blue with a red, white and blue ribbon around its neck, and has the American flag stitched on its chest. There are five other versions of this beanie, one of which has the pattern of the American flag.

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