We'll Give You 3 Animals, You Tell Us Where in the World They Live!

By: Michele Tescher
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Many animals live in unique habitats located in specific areas of the world. How well do you know the three animals listed? Can you identify where the in the world their environments are located to identify where they live?

Where in the world would you see a Panda, Camel and a Bamboo Rat?

A newborn panda is the size of a stick of butter but can grow to over 300 pounds as an adult. Pandas eat between 26 and 84 pounds of bamboo every day.

Where in the world would you see a Kangaroo, Dingo and Quolls?

The kangaroo is the largest marsupial and can be as long as 71/2 feet and 200 pounds. The smallest kangaroo is the musky rat-kangaroo and is 6/8 inches long and weighs about 12 ounces.

Where in the world would you see a Buffalo, Prairie Dog and a Pronghorn?

American buffaloes, also called bison, are survivors from the ice age. They can weigh up to 2,000 pounds and can run up to 40 miles per hour.

Where in the world would you see Emperor Penguins, Weddell Seals and Blue Eyed Shag?

The flightless penguins live in large groups called rookeries. Each penguin has a distinctive call that helps them locate their mates and chicks in large groups.

Where in the world would you see a Roadrunner, Horned Toad and a Coyote?

The roadrunner is a ground bird that eats rattlesnakes and can run up to 17 miles per hour.

Where in the world would you see a Emu, Tasmanian Devil and a Rainbow Lorikeet?

The only bird larger than the emu is the ostrich. The male emu is in charge of incubation and nurturing the young. Emus can reach a running speed of 30 mph.

Where in the world would you see a Diamondback Rattlesnake, Prairie Dog and a Jackrabbit?

The diamondback rattlesnake has black and white bands just above the rattles and a heat sensing pit located behind each nostril that help them detect prey.

Where in the world would you see a Llama, Spectacled Bear and a Nillstar Hummingbird?

Llamas are used as pack animals in the Andes. If they are overloaded, they will simply refuse to move and lie on the ground.

Where in the world would you see a Polar Bear, Caribou and Bald Eagles?

Polar bears have a thick white fur coat over a layer of warming fat. The skin under their fur is black to better soak up the warming rays of the sun.

Where in the world would you see a Koala, Wombat and a Quokka?

Eucalyptus leaves are poisonous to most animals, but koala bears eat up to 1 pound of them every day.

Where in the world would you see a Javelina, Badger and a Gila Monster?

The javelina's favorite food is the prickly pear cactus and they are considered harmless to humans and livestock.

Where in the world would you see a Camel, Mongolian Wild Ass and a Black Tailed Gazelle?

Camels are know as ships of the desert because of their unusual gait. They move both legs on the same side of their body that can create a feeling of seasickness for the amateur rider.

Where in the world would you see a Gila monster, Desert Banded Gecko and Rattlesnakes?

Gila monsters are venomous and deliver their venom through their grooved teeth. They are named for their area of habitat, the Gila River located in Arizona and New Mexico.

Where in the world would you see a Sun Bear, Panda and a Civet?

The Sun Bear is the smallest member of the bear family. Legend says that their names comes from the bib-shaped golden or white patch located on the chest which looks like the rising sun.

Where in the world would you see a Musk ox, Caribou and Bald Eagles?

Muskox use their strong hoofs to search for food under the snow covered land that they live in. Their main food sources is moss, roots and grasses.

Where in the world would you see a Python, Monkey and Red-eyed Tree Frogs?

Pythons are among the largest snakes on earth and are excellent swimmers which can stay submerged for up to 30 minutes.

Where in the world would you see a Bengal Tiger, Rhinoceros and an Elephant?

.Each Bengal tiger can be identified by the unique pattern of their stripes, very similar to a human being's fingerprint.

Where in the world would you see a Mountain Gorilla, Leopard and a Crocodile?

Adult male mountain gorillas are called silverbacks because of the gray hair that grows on their backs with age. Mountain gorillas live in groups of 5-30 with a dominant silverback as their leader.

Where in the world would you see an Anteater, Jaguar and a Maned Wolf?

The Red Panda is the size of a domestic cat. It has reddish fur and a big busy tail that is ringed.

Where in the world would you see a Andean Condor, Spectacled Bear and a Giant Toad?

Andean Condor's are the largest flying bird on earth and have a wingspan of 10 feet.

Where in the world would you see a Orangutans, Asian Forest Tortoise and a Siamese Crocodile?

The name orangutan is a Malay word that means "Person of the forest" Orangutans can live 30-40 years and sleep in tree nest made of large leafy branches.

Where in the world would you see a Tapir, Nine-Banded Armadillo and an Anteater?

The nine-banded Armadillo has very poor eyesight but a very keen sense of smell.

Where in the world would you see a Iriomote cat, Water Buffalo and an Owl?

The very rare Iriomote cat lives solely on the Japanese Iromote Island.

Where in the world would you see a Red Panda, Snow Leopards and Martens?

The red panda is the size of a domestic cat. It has reddish fur and a big bushy tail that is ringed.

Where in the world would you see a Blue-tongue Lizard, Platypus and a Frill-Necked Lizard?

This placid-looking male platypus has a secret weapon: spurs on its hindfeet that are connected to a gland that produces toxic venom. Males use them against predators or in battles with other males during mating season. A strike from a toxic platypus spur can kill a dog.

Where in the world would you see a Pronghorn, Texas Map Turtle and a San Marcos Salamander?

Pronghorns have the longest land migration in the continental United States and are the fastest land animal in North America.

Where in the world would you see a Capybara, Bush dog and a Jaguar?

Capybara are the largest Living rodent in the world and can reach 150 pounds.

Where in the world would you see a Golden Lion Tamarin, Red Panda and Martens?

These squirrel sized monkeys have a red-gold mane around their head that gives them their name.

Where in the world would you see a Savannah cat, Jaguar and a Puma?

The Savannah cat has the temperament of a dog but looks like a leopard.

Where in the world would you see a Mexican Tree Frog, Sloth and a Tayra?

In Costa Rica 1/3 of all frogs are tree frogs.

Where in the world would you see a Wandering Albatross, Elephant Seal and Emperor Penguins?

The wandering albatross has a wing span of 2.5-3.5 meters, making it the largest wind span of any living bird in the world.

Where in the world would you see a White Headed Capuchin Monkey, Long Tailed Spider Monkeys and a Black Howler Monkey?

These monkeys have a 50 year life span and have been sold as exotic pets for decades.

Where in the world would you see a Llama, Spectacled Bear and a Nillstar Hummingbird?

Llamas are used as pack animals in the Andes. If they are over loaded they will simply refused to move and lie on the ground.

Where in the world would you see a Panther Chameleons, Malagasy Leaf-Nosed Snakes%0Dand Tomato Frogs?

The Malagasy Leaf- nosed snake has large bizarre nasal appendages protruding from their faces which give them their name.

Where in the world would you see a Capybara, Bush dog and a Jaguar?

Capybara are the largest Living rodent in the world and can reach 150 pounds.

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