An elephant never forgets, but can you remember all of these animals?
Animals come in all shapes and sizes; from the countless species of insects that live at every corner of the world to massive behemoths like the elephant, the giraffe and the blue whale. Animals can be found on every continent and in every ocean all over the world. From the deepest oceans to the highest mountains, and the hottest deserts or the coldest tundras; if you look hard enough you'll find that these places are teeming with life!
In this animal-centric quiz, we've jumped headfirst into the animal kingdom and surfaced with a handful of some of the most notable animals from all corners of the world! From the fastest members of the animal kingdom; like the cheetah and the central bearded dragon, to some of the deadliest animals on the planet like the king cobra and the lion's mane jellyfish. So, are you an expert zoologist? Do you think that you have what it takes to identify all of these animals? Then, answer the call of the jungle right now and let's not wait any longer to get started!
The hippopotamus is a species of large land mammal that can be found in Africa. While their appearance may suggest otherwise (since they can at times look like large pigs), their closest living relatives are actually aquatic mammals like whales and dolphins.
What is the name of the iconic peaceful animal in this image?
The giant panda is a species of bear that can be found in China. The giant panda is notable for being one of the few Carnivorans that has a diet that is largely herbivorous (their diet is over 99% bamboo) – although they have been observed eating fish, eggs and meat on occasion.
What is the name of the big and deadly reptile in this picture?
The saltwater crocodile is a species of reptile that can be found in India, Australia and Southeast Asia. It is an apex predator and also the largest reptile in the world (maximum recorded length of 23 feet).
The blue whale is a species of baleen whale that can be found in oceans all across the world. Not only are they the largest animal alive today, but they are also the largest animal known to have ever existed.
The gaur is a species of bovine that can be found in South and Southeast Asia. It is related to other grazing animals like bison, yak and domestic cattle, and it is notable for being the largest member of this family
The cheetah is a species of large cat that can be found primarily in Eastern and Southern Africa. It holds the distinction of being the fastest land animal in the world, with top speeds of 68.0–75.0 mph.
The polar bear is a species of bear that can be found in the Arctic. It is well adapted to cold environments and is actually the largest species of bear in the world and also the largest land carnivore.
Which scary but harmless animal is showcased in this picture?
Large flying fox
The large flying fox is a species of megabat that can be found in Southeast Asia. True to its name, it is largest bat in the world, having an average wingspan of up to 4 ft. 11 in. but weighing no more than 2.5 lbs.
The Asian elephant is a species of large land mammal that can be found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. While it is the largest land animal in Asia, it is notably smaller than the African bush elephant.
Which peaceful and elegant animal is in this picture?
North American beaver
West Indian manatee
The West Indian manatee is a species of aquatic mammal that can be found in the Caribbean Sea and other nearby parts of the Atlantic Ocean. Due to successful conservation attempts, they are no longer endangered; however, they are still considered to be “vulnerable”.
The dromedary is a species of camel that can be found in North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, parts of Western Asia and a feral population in Australia. It is notable for being the tallest species of camel.