This month’s Mystery Creature is a pretty hairy fellow. Can you name him?
Image source: (Jeff Delonge) Wikimedia Commons.
As always, if you are not sure, feel free to ask questions! I’ll post the big reveal at the end of the month.
How did you do with this week’s mystery creature (or more accurately… mystery structure). A few of you got it spot on, well done.
Image credit:Phil Torres (with permission)
This stunning piece of architecture was built
This month’s Mystery Creature is a little different; The picture below shows what the creature can build, can you tell what the creature is?
Image credit: Phil Torres
I’ll admit that this one is particularly tough so here is a clue: there
How did you do with January’s Mystery Creature? It was a Cassowary, a Southern Cassowary to be exact. Did you guess it? I know that seven year-old Daniel from Singapore did, well
A new year and a good time to renew the Mystery Creature spot; This year I think I will do just one a month, posting the animal at the start of the month and revealing what the animal was and some facts about it, at the end of that week. As always
Well done to six-year-old Daniel who correctly identified the Mystery Creature (again). Daniel really knows his animals! The Mystery Creature was a sea squirt… a very interesting
Here is another underwater mystery creature, do you know what it is?
Image credit: Nhobgood Nick Hobgood
These come in different sizes and colours and sometimes go by different common names. If you think you know what it is leave a comment below.
Last week’s mystery creature, a very unusual looking bird, was the Hoatzin (Opisthocomus hoazin). Well done to six-year-old David who knew what it was. David is an avid animal lover
Another week, another Mystery Creature; this one is fascinating. Some of its characteristics include being poor at flying and eating only plants (a herbivore), which is fairly uncommon among birds. This unusual bird also shares a feature with the
What did you think of last week’s Mystery Creature? An unusual looking fish, I’m sure you’ll agree. Did you guess what it was? It was a hairy frog fish (Antennarius species)!