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What animal do you think this is?
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Did you think it was a snake? It’s actually a type of caterpillar, called a Snake Mimic!
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Before we show you its face, what animal would you guess this is?
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Did you guess a sheep? It's actually a type of pig called a Mangalica! They have wool as thick as a sheep's!
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Before we show you the rest of its body, what animal do you think this is? (Hint: It lives in Africa!)
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It’s not a zebra! It’s called an okapi, and it’s actually a cousin of the giraffe. (Look at that long neck!)
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Only one of these is an ant. The other one is a spider! Can you guess which one is which?
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The one on top is a type of African jumping spider. Have a look at it from the front and you can really tell!
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Before we reveal its face, what animal do you think this is?
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Surprise! It's a type of dog called a Tibetan Mastiff! On the right is a photo of a lion for comparison.
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