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Alphabet Animals game

Kung Fu Ferret

The Fire Giant
Pronoun
he/him
The rules are simple.


Post facts and/or images of an animal (living, extinct, cryptid, or mythical), but keep it in alphabetical order.

I'll start with "A".



Amur Leopards live further north than any other subspecies of leopard, and are critically endangered.
 

sv_01

Witch of Light

Banana slugs include second largest species of land slug in the world. They live in coniferous rainforests along the Pacific coast of North America.
They have relatively large... male bits. Sometimes they get stuck together and have to bite it off
. The University of California has a banana slug as a mascot.
 

Keldeo

Resolute
Pronoun
he, they


It's the golden eagle! It's one of several "booted eagles" that have feathers all the way down to their feet instead of bare legs.
 

Octavio

GYA HA HA, TIME TO DROP THE BEATDOWN!
Pronoun
she/her
Iguanadon.
https://images.dinosaurpictures.org/iguanodon-1_e1e9.jpg
The Iguanodon is a large herbivorous dinosaur that lived in the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous periods (between 161.2 to 99.6 million years ago). The fossil distribution shows the species lived predominantly in Europe but might have lived in North Africa and North America as well. The Iguanodon was first identified and named based on a handful of teeth fossils discovered in the 19th century. The teeth looked like they were from a giant iguana, hence the name Iguanodon.
 

Octavio

GYA HA HA, TIME TO DROP THE BEATDOWN!
Pronoun
she/her
Kangaroo
There are 60 species of kangaroo, and one of them can climb trees!
Together they're called a Mob.
Kangaroos belong to the animal family Macropodidae, which literally means 'big foot.'
They are unable to move backwards.
Male kangaroos compete to see who's the fiercest.
Baby kangaroos ( joeys) are the size of a jellybean.
 

Octavio

GYA HA HA, TIME TO DROP THE BEATDOWN!
Pronoun
she/her
Macaroni Penguin.
Macaroni Penguins are black and white like every other Penguin species. But they can be distinguished by the tuft of orange feathers on their heads.

Fun Fact: Macaroni Penguins can reach a depth of 200 feet in the sea.
 
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