Quiz: Four-Legged Creatures Identification Quiz
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Four-Legged Creatures Identification Quiz
By: Gavin Thagard
Image: Brian Mckay Photographyy / Moment / Getty Images

About This Quiz

From members of the feline family to reptiles such as crocodiles to pack animals like wolves, the world is filled with plenty of four-legged creatures, all performing different jobs within the environment. Some of these creatures are predators, while others serve as food. Some four-legged animals are used by humans for work, as others become companions at home. Sadly, we humans can do little but marvel at their role in the world. 

There is something about them, after all, that humans should be jealous of. Their four legs provide them with certain skills, like leaping may feet into the air and endurance for running, that humans just can't match. It's one of the reasons that watching a National Geographic documentary is so compelling. We just don't have the capabilities that many of these animals have. 

How well do you know four-legged creatures all across the world? Can you tell them from one another based on a simple image? Do you think you can pick out different breeds of horses or identify which type of lizard you see crawling around? Here's a quiz for you to find out just that. 

If you've watched enough Animal Planet and are ready to pick out the species of these four-legged creatures, jump into this quiz and see if you can get a perfect score! 

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