Quiz: Can You Classify These Game Animals?
Can You Classify These Game Animals?
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About This Quiz

Do you have that squirrel or rabbit in scope? Is that trail you're following old or new? If you are all about game hunting or tracking this is the quiz to test your knowledge of being on the hunt. Game animals are any animals that are hunted for food or sport. And while some animals, like deer, bears, and turkeys are commonly known game, you might be surprised to find other creatures, such as opossums and sea lions on the list. Regardless, this is the quiz that tests your knowledge of game animals and the world in which they live.

Do you know which game animals have retractable claws? Luckily, it's not the world's most popular X-man! Do you know which game bird is extremely difficult to hunt due to its steller camouflage and erratic flying behavior? Do you know the small game canine that can be found throughout the United States, Canada, and even Mexico? Do you think you can figure out which game animal throughout the south and midwest is notoriously difficult to take down? Have you ever hunted the biggest game animal in the United States? What was that again? 

These game animals come in all shapes and sizes, from a small rabbit to a grizzly bear and even the ocean's most devious predator, the Great White Shark. See if you can take this quiz down in one shot!

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