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Spanish Animals Test

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QuestionAnswer
needs plantas for pollenar, works for cereal (honey) bee (abeja)
represents este pais, protected in us eagle (aguila)
8 eyes and 8 legs spider (araña)
comes out of the water to breathe, three colors: grey, blue, white whale (ballena)
nocturnal, known to be wise, turn their heads owl (buho)
stubborn, small (2nd place), can't run as fast as horse, horse primo donkey (burro)
kentucky derby, montar, racing, long tail, big teeth horse (caballo)
play in mud, cuerpo es sucio, 3 names in spanish pig (cerdo, puerco, chancho)
long neck, elegant, swan lake (ballet), white, grey, black swan (rare) swan (cisne)
carrots, orejas grandes rabbit (conejo)
maria had a small one, baby lamb (cordero)
2 types: African and Asian, trunka, orejas grandes elephant (elefante)
female, lays eggs, breakfast hen (gallina)
male, wakes people up, kikiriki rooster (gallo)
bird, male and female types chicken (pollo)
domestic cat (gato)
very small birds, plentiful, everywhere sparrow, finches (golondrina)
early bird gets the, no eyes, found in fruits worm (gusano)
large cuello and legs, Africa, fight with their necks giraffe (jirafa)
king of the jungle lion (leon)
groups, see in Yellowstone, Europe, US wolf (lobo)
colorful bird, rain forest, bigger than its cousin parrot (loro)
migrate, groups, fly, colors butterfly (mariposa)
many species, found all over, use hands like humans (thumbs), trees monkey (mono)
small insects, wings, huge eyes, dead person, come from maggots, muy succio fly (mosca)
Goldilocks, hibernate, eat fish, California, 3 colors bear (oso)
jacket from fur, carne, lana (wool) sheep (oveja)
white, weddings, love, peace dove (paloma)
webbed feet, bird, water, many colors duck (pato)
bird, popular in November turkey (pavo)
small bird, long "tail" parakeet (perico)
domestic, man's best friend dog (perro)
poisonous, uses its tongue to get food, small, near water frog (rana)
found in peoples trash, long tail, dirty, bigger than cousin, grey rat (rata)
snakes eat this, smaller than its cousin, white mouse (raton)
big eyes, bigger than its cousin, not many colors toad (sapo)
uses its tongue, long, many colors, no legs, poisonous snake (serpiente)
Asia, can swim in ocean, 2 colors, lives solo tiger (tigre)
male, horns, fight with these bull (toro)
leche cow (vaca)
cien años, eggs turtle (tortuga)
found in November and December deer (venado)
smart, 3 colors: grey, red, white, Antartica fox (zorro)
fuerte , only in one part of the world (Africa), adult male has silver espalda gorilla (gorila)
Australia, mamifero kangaroo (canguro)
black and white zebra (cebra)
in the sur, Florida, Georgia, university with mascot alligator (lagarto)
prehistoric, Australia, Africa, bigger than its primo, salt and fresh water crocodile (cocodrilo)
prehistoric, attack shark (tiburon)
many in the water, some big, some small fish (pez)
bigger than its primo, few colors, long neck but not as long as others goose (ganso)
mismo en ingles, galapagos, reptile, Africa iguana (iguana)
uses its tongue, long, many colors, no legs, poisonous snake (culebra)
very quick at running stallion (caballo padre)
mare (yegua)
baby horse pony (caballito)
baby cow calf (ternera)
smaller than its primo (3rd place) mule (mula)
milk, span story, outside of school goat (cabra)
vague description, found everywhere, talons bird (pajaro)
south Georgia, plano, hunt for meat quail (codorniz)
insect, mismo en ingles, sangre mosquito (mosquito)
work for the reina, small, millions of them, tanquito ant (ormiga)
mexican song, succio cockroach (cucaracha)
desearto, can live without water camel (camello)
group of birds flock of birds (bandada)
related to vaca and toro, bigger than them ox (buey)
baby of lion or oso cub (cachorro)
place of bees beehive (colmena)
come out of water to breathe, not too large, 3 colors, pink dolphin (delfin)
uses its hands in zoo, land and water, good swimmer, slow on land, eat fish, big eyes seal (foca)
runs faster than its primo, plains, muscular hare (liebre)
group of animals herd, flock, pack (manada)
very clean animal, hunt at night, need to wash hands, people eat it raccoon (mapache)
can't see well, use sonar, sangre bat (murcielago)
not baby or adult, fast runner, male young horse colt (potro)
everywhere, small, in trees squirrel (ardilla)
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