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Can You Guess These Animals By Their Butts?

All asses great and small.

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  1. 1. Whose booty is this?

    Jennie Rainsford / Via Flickr: jennicatpink
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    Elephant
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Armadillo
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Hippo
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Rhinoceros
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: That's not body armor: The rhino is protected by thick skin, some of it as soft as a baby's bottom.

    Ben Sanborn / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: bensanborn
  2. 2. Whose bottom is this?

    regexman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: regexman
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    Cat
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Rabbit
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Lamb
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Polar bear
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: There's a reason that guy hoppin' down the bunny trail is named Peter Cottontail.

    regexman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: regexman
  3. 3. Whose butt is this?

    Arno Meintjes / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: arnolouise
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    Elephant
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Rhinoceros
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Wildebeest
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Warthog
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Elephant

    The scuttlebutt: These majestic creatures use their tails to swat away insects — and sometimes as a "leash" for their calves to clutch with their tiny trunks.

    Elephant
    Jon Mountjoy / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mountjoy
  4. 4. Whose tush is this?

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    Koala
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Sheep
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Dog
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Alpaca
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: Alpacas' tails may be stubby, but they are an important part of their body language, signaling aggression, submission, and alertness. (And cuteness.)

    Norio NAKAYAMA / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: norio-nakayama
  5. 5. Whose backside is this?

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    Incorrect
    Rhino
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Hippo
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Elephant
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Wildebeest
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Hippos are all about that bass: Their vocalizations have been recorded at 115 decibels — basically as loud as Meghan Trainor would sound if you were shaking it near the speakers at her concert.

  6. 6. Whose moneymaker is this?

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    Wolf
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Llama
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Alpaca
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Dog
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Bottom line: Corgis are winning the butt game.

    Daniel Stockman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: evocateur
  7. 7. Whose derrière is this?

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    Leopard
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Cheetah
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Giraffe
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Antelope
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: There’s no easy way to say this: Giraffe foreplay begins with the male headbutting a female’s rump, encouraging her to pee. When she does...He. Drinks. It. If her lemonade is tasty — i.e., she’s in heat — he’ll stick around and try to mate with her. In other words, giraffes have golden showers on the reg.

    Martijn Barendse / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: martijnbarendse
  8. 8. Whose bum is this?

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    Incorrect
    Squirrel
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Koala
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Rabbit
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Sloth
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: No one appreciates a sassy koala's butt more than her joeys, who transition to solid foods (eucalyptus) by eating their mom's poop.

    Steve Montgomery / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: scuba04
  9. 9. Whose fanny is this?

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    Serval
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Panda
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Cat
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Dog
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: Cats use their tails not only for balance (for instance, when they are raiding the refrigerator) but also to express their emotions.

    Drusilla Moorhouse / BuzzFeed
  10. 10. Whose heinie is this?

    me and the sysop / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: pyxopotamus
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    Incorrect
    Hyena
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Wildebeest
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Mandrill
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Rainbow hippopotamus
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: The male mandrill's rainbow rump becomes even brighter when he is excited or angry.

    Brian / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: brian-m
  11. 11. Whose behind is this?

    melanieAndTyson / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: 95844392@N07
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    Incorrect
    Highland cow
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Bighorn sheep
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Sheepdog
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Ostrich
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The scuttlebutt: Do not approach an ostrich from behind (or anywhere, really): They can kill you with a single kick.

    Peter Shane / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: 36852924@N03

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