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Can You Guess These Animals Based on Their Footprints?

How many of these footprints can you guess correctly? 

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Deer-FootprintZillmann Reka Imola/Shutterstock

Depending on where you live, this might not be an uncommon sight

Can you spot the animals camouflaged in these photos?

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DeerVolodymyr Burdiak/Shutterstock

Answer: deer

 

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Pigeon-footprintsAleksandrov Ilia/Shutterstock

Just another city resident

Time for a brainteaser: One image is not like the other…do you know which one?

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PigeonRay Dexter/Shutterstock

Answer: pigeon

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Raccoon-footprintsLeira/Shutterstock

These guys use their hands almost as much as we do

(This coffee puzzle has officially baffled the Internet. Can you figure it out?)

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RaccoonEkaterina Karavaeva/Shutterstock

Answer: raccoon

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Horse-FootprintsPAFS/Shutterstock

Their feet grow until they’re six years old

How good are you at math? Put your knowledge to the test with this easy math problem that’s stumping everyone.

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HorseDewald Kirsten/Shutterstock

Answer: horse

 

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Beaver-footprintsErika Kirkpatrick/Shutterstock

These animals used to grow up to be 8 feet long

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BeaverDaniel Rose/Shutterstock

Answer: beaver

This “simple” math puzzle for children is driving the Internet crazy.

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Otter-footprintsLukasPich/Shutterstock

You can find these in almost every U.S. state

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OtterNadezda Murmakova/Shutterstock

Answer: otter

If you can solve this puzzle, you might be qualified to be an astronaut.

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Squirrel-footprintsNatalia Sokko/Shutterstock

No need to be alarmed if you find these tracks in your yard

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SquirrelBachkova Natalia/Shutterstock

Answer: squirrel

 

It takes most people over two minutes to find the elf boot in this picture. How fast can you spot it?

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Crab-FootprintsMark Mortin/Shutterstock

A pretty regular visitor to the beach

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hermit-Crabmathiasmoeller/Shutterstock

Answer: hermit crab

Only two percent of people can solve Einstein’s riddle. Are you part of that small percentage?

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Giraffe-footprintAtosan/Shutterstock

These guys can weigh up to 2,600 pounds

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Giraffepaula french/Shutterstock

Answer: giraffe

Can you figure out the missing word in this brainteaser?

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Turtle-footprintsphotoNN/Shutterstock

Looks like these animals went for a swim

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TurtleJB Manning/Shutterstock

Answer: sea turtle

Speaking of turtles, over 60 percent of people can’t find the turtle in this picture. Can you?

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Tiger-printsval lawless/Shutterstock

Hint: they’re the biggest species of their family

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TigerMattiaATH/Shutterstock
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Duck-footprintsKuttelvaserova Stuchelova/Shutterstock

Is that you, Donald?

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DucksLuckyPhoto/Shutterstock

Answer: duck

An MIT professor called this “the hardest puzzle ever.” Can you figure it out?

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Dog-printsLiudmila Pereginskaya/Shutterstock

You probably don’t need a hint for this one

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DogPatryk Kosmider/Shutterstock
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Elephant-footprintsmaramade/Shutterstock

The heaviest one in history weight 24,000 pounds

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ElephantTereshchenko Dmitry/Shutterstock

Answer: elephant

Which snowflake in this puzzle is not like the others?

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Bear-footprintkostasgr/Shutterstock

You probably won’t want to come across one of these

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Bearnotsuperstar/Shutterstock

Answer: bear

We bet you can’t find the hidden robin in these trees.

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Rabbit-footprintsrolf robischon/Shutterstock

Over half of this animal’s total population lives in North America

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Rabbitcath5/Shutterstock

Answer: rabbit

 

Think you’re a riddle expert? Try solving this one about a scuba diver in a burnt forest.

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Penguin-footprintsH.R.Photos/Shutterstock

There’s a national day dedicated to these guys

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Penguinfieldwork/Shutterstock

Answer: penguin

Can you spot the bear in a crowd of reindeer?

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Cat-footprintsSaikorn/Shutterstock

A group of these animals is called a “clowder”

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CatNewman Studio/Shutterstock

Answer: cat

Find out the 50 secrets your pet won’t tell you.

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Snake-printsMyImages Micha/Shutterstock

You’ve definitely got this one

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SnakeStefan Scharf/Shutterstock
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Lizard-printsPete Hoffman/Shutterstock

There are over 6,000 species of these

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LizardDmytro Pylypenko/Shutterstock