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Name That Animal EYE (quizz)

Discussion in 'Quizzes, Competitions & Games' started by Zooplantman, 5 Apr 2011.

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  1. Zooplantman

    Zooplantman Well-Known Member

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    Well I only got 11 out of 14, so I have some studying to do. One that surprised me - stop reading here if you don't want to see one of the answers given away - was the blue eye on the large bird. I think due to the color (and what appear to be white feathers around) that it is leucistic which is why I guessed emu. The correct answer is a species I did not know to occur in a leucistic form (although since it is fairly common in other ratites I guess it makes since these would have it also).
     
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    I got an entirely different quiz, but had a score of 12 out of 12.
     
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    14 out of 14! Though I did have to guess on #10. That was just luck.
     
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    I did the quiz straight after Zooplantman posted it, and got 12 out of 15! Given I haven't seen many of the animals listed (caiman, bullfrog, leopard, kipspringer, T. rex, etc) I thought I did quite well :D

    They have removed one of the questions with a picture of a bullfrog eye now though, there were two different photos when I did it.
     
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    11/14 for me, but the...

    *WARNING- SPOILERS*

    ...Andean Cock-of-the-rock, Asian elephant and King vultures were dead giveaways!
     
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    Got 12/14 this time around, and I completely forgot the answers... Still got some work to do. :D
     
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    11/14. At least i wasnt the only one who got that score
     
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    11-/14 better than I thought I would get.
     
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    14/14. Most are very easy, tough some of them are difficult.

    I believe that would be good if the forum reply tools allow to put spoilers (for those people above that needed to warn before telling something about the species).
     
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    The forum tools do allow that! If you click on the "insert..." button in the tool bar at the top of the reply box you can select "spoiler" from the drop down menu that appears, and then write/insert the spoiler as you would a quote
     
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