28 Jan '15, 5pm

How did you do!?! - Can you identify the bird by its beak?

How did you do!?! - Can you identify the bird by its beak?

So, birds aren't your think, huh? Well at least you can tell the difference between bird and beast, right? Not too shabby! Great job! Try your knowledge on these other animal quizzes. Try your trivia knowledge on these other animal quizzes! We bet you'll do great at these other animal quizzes. We bet you'll do great at these other animal quizzes. Can you guess the dog breed with just 1 hint? What do you call these groups of animals?

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/quiz/can-you-ide...

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