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#7

This “opportunistic” omnivore will hunt small animals but can also survive off of the land. Usually living alone, it can work together with others to hunt.

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  • Hyena

  • Jackal

  • Maned wolf

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#8

Not to be confused with leopards or cheetahs, this feline is from the western hemisphere and likes to be out around sunset. What’s the name of this beautifully spotted kitty?

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  • Ocelot

  • Lynx

  • Serval

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#9

Known in the Philippines as mamag, the tarsier likes to eat insects and be awake at night. Which one is this tree-dwelling primate?

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#10

This type of antelope is known for its massive horns. Living in the desert, newborns are able to walk and run immediately after birth.

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  • Markhor

  • Oryx

  • Saiga

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#11

This North American mammal usually eats hares and porcupines but also likes berries, nuts, and mushrooms. What do you call it?

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  • Fisher

  • Colugo

  • Badger

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#12

This tiny antelope is only a foot tall and is one of the few species in the world that are monogamous. What’s the name of this lovely creature?

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  • Bushbuck

  • Duiker

  • Dik-dik

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