Science Quiz / 30 'T' Animals

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Can you name these animals that all begin with 't'?

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colourful tropical fish popular in aquaria but well-known for its bad temper
very small Southeast Asian primate with giant eyes
the largest living carnivorous marsupial
elaborately-adorned Asian pheasant
electric ray that is the namesake of a naval weapon
wild horse of Eurasia that went extinct in the early 20th century
large, monitor-like lizard of the New World, in the family Teiidae
tree-climbing anteater with a partially prehensile tail
small, tree-dwelling monkey of Central and South America
subspecies of raccoon dog significant in Japanese folklore
medium to large shark with a very elongate upper tail lobe
arboreal macropod marsupial of New Guinea, northern Australia, and some surrounding islands
a new species of this large mammal, which has a short trunk, was described in 2013
large sport fish of saltwater and brackish water, capable of breathing air
long-living lizard-like reptile native to New Zealand
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though related to ostriches and other ratites, this New World ground bird can fly
Late Cretaceous dinosaur whose name means 'three-horned face'
the largest carnivorous marsupial of recent times; it went extinct in 1937
large spider covered with irritating bristles that can be kicked off at attackers in self-defence
endangered flightless rail of New Zealand
large, dangerous shark well-known for eating just about anything, including inorganic garbage
predominantly freshwater fish related to salmon; species include rainbow, brown, and lake
North America's largest known terrestrial carnivore ever
the largest living cat
Australian snake which has the most potent venom of any snake
colony-dwelling insect well-known for feeding on wood
small bird from the family Paridae; species include blue, coal, and great
small, primarily aquatic turtle
mountain-dwelling relative of sheep, goats, and muskox, in the genus Budorcas
bird of the New World tropics with a huge, colourful beak

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