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Thanks, Roger and Bryan Very Happy

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Can someone help me identify some sharks?

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I know the one with the stripes is a tiger shark. The two strange coloured sharks on the right are probably neon/glow in the dark. One of the blue-ish/grey sharks is probably a great white shark, but what are the other two?

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Uhhh scratch Suspect

There is a blue shark and a green shark and.... scratch
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I think that they are just "Sharks" Wink

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Uhhh scratch Suspect

There is a blue shark and a green shark and.... scratch
Sorry Embarassed Embarassed  Laughing
I think that they are just "Sharks" Wink

Agreed, it's just a single model with several colours--probably based on a typical 'lamnid' body shape, but that's about it.
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Uhhh scratch Suspect

There is a blue shark and a green shark and.... scratch
Sorry Embarassed Embarassed  Laughing
I think that they are just "Sharks" Wink

Agreed, it's just a single model with several colours--probably based on a typical 'lamnid' body shape, but that's about it.

Okay, thanks anyway, Susanne and sbell Wink

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Here I have a sloth from the Wild Republic 53529 Rainforest Polybag. It's marked Bradypodidae, so I know it's a three-toed sloth. But I'm not sure about which species scratch

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If you look to the colour of it's face/throat, I would say maned sloth, but I'm not sure. Can someone help me?

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I don't think that the figure intends to represent a species, though, i think it goes nicely for a brown-throated sloth. :)

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I don't think that the figure intends to represent a species, though, i think it goes nicely for a brown-throated sloth. :)

Okay, thanks Roger Smile

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Who can help with this bird? I have no idea

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyWed Aug 19, 2015 5:03 pm

scratch Hoatzin?

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It looks like a pheasant-type tail, but nothing else looks pheasant-like

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Many thanks,

i dont think it is a hoatzin scratch scratch

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I think it should be pheasant...
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More pics maybe? Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptySun Aug 23, 2015 7:48 pm

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scratch  Hoatzin?
No, hoatzin has different tail: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Many thanks, more pics soon :)

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More pics maybe? Wink

Here :)

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Pheasant XD

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Thanks , it could be possible :)

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Looks like a pheasant indeed, but I can't help you any further, Andreas!

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Can someone tell me what species the owl is from the Learning Resources Jumbo Forest Animals set?

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], considering it is a North American woodland, it is much probably a Virginia owl. study
So we have a moose, an American black bear, red fox, American beaver and great horned owl that is the same. What do you think?

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], considering it is a North American woodland, it is much probably a Virginia owl. study
So we have a moose, an American black bear, red fox, American beaver and great horned owl that is the same. What do you think?

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Can someone help me out with the species of this seal from the Learning Resources Jumbo Ocean Animals set?

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It could be a monkseal :)- but the colour is more for a sea lion :)

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It is probably not based in any specific seal as it happens with several brands. I don't have any objection of considering it a monk seal but I won't have either with other species. I think you can list it just as a seal, unless anyone find for sure its species. :)

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It could be a monkseal :)- but the colour is more for a sea lion :)

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It is probably not based in any specific seal  as it happens with several brands. I don't have any objection of considering it a monk seal but I won't have either with other species. I think you can list it just as a seal, unless anyone find for sure its species. :)

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyMon Sep 14, 2015 6:18 am

K&M named it an Aruba Island Rattlesnake but it looks more like a Pygmy Rattlesnake. scratch confused  Someone can help? Very Happy

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It certainly does !!! Both colour, thickness and head size compared to body scratch

A beautyful, little snake Very Happy

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In my opinion it works nicely as an Aruba rattlesnake. Color is very variable in both rattlesnakes, mainly in pygmy rattlesnakes. However, to be a pygmy, surely they needed to make more contrasting markings, I guess.
Also, I think the rattle is too big for a pygmy rattlesnake.
Considering also the tube that it belongs is dedicated to endangered species, and Arubas are critically endangered while pygmy rattlers are least concern, I think Aruba is the best match. Very Happy

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I agree with you Roger but I can't find any blue Aruba rattlesnake. The mark on the head is also strange. nevertheless we could say it is an odd tan colored Auba rattlesnake Laughing

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I agree with you Roger but I can't find any blue Aruba rattlesnake. The mark on the head is also strange. nevertheless we could say it is an odd tan colored Auba rattlesnake Laughing

Laughing Yes, they're usually brown with pink, blue or brown diamond shaped markings. Rattlesnakes are always a problem, another species, the rock rattlesnake, is also known as green rattlesnake, white rattlesnake, pink rattlesnake and blue rattlesnake... can you guess its color? Laughing

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So let's go for Aruba island rattlesnake Wink

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So let's go for Aruba island rattlesnake Wink

Lets go to find one for me Wink

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Laughing Good luck Wink

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Thank you :)

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Have anybody a idea what it could be? It has a face like a raccoon but not the body :)

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And i also dont know the brand.

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Suspect cyclops It is a blur animal near a Lego Laughing

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Suspect  cyclops It is a blur animal near a Lego Laughing

Better pic please bounce

Oh sorry, here

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No matter what, it looks very cute Wink

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I'm thinking it is some sort of civet-like animal, although it's not very specific.

Probably Civetticus civetta, the African palm civet, but with a less-than-perfect paint job.

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I'm thinking it is some sort of civet-like animal, although it's not very specific.

Probably Civetticus civetta, the African palm civet, but with a less-than-perfect paint job.

for the body yes, but the face ?

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I'm thinking it is some sort of civet-like animal, although it's not very specific.

Probably Civetticus civetta, the African palm civet, but with a less-than-perfect paint job.

for the body yes, but the face ?

Imeant African civet. And while it is too flat, the mask and markings are at least kind of close.

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Would agree seems to be an African Civet with a bad paint job! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptySun Dec 06, 2015 10:53 pm

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Would agree seems to be an African Civet with a bad paint job! Smile

Yes, you are probably right Very Happy

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Would agree seems to be an African Civet with a bad paint job! Smile

The same for me Suspect

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyMon Dec 07, 2015 3:43 am

Next question--where does someone obtain such a creature? There aren't nearly enough viverrids & co!

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyMon Dec 07, 2015 9:19 am

Many thanks for the ideas :)

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PostSubject: Safari ltd zebra: What species?   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 5:10 am

I just received the Safari ltd zebra but I don't know what specific species it is. Can anyone help me out?
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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 5:18 am

Which zebra did you get? Very Happy The VW ones are Mountain zebras, the others are Plains.

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PostSubject: Re: Species identification topic   Species identification topic - Page 3 EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 5:32 am

Is it a grant's, chapman's, burchell's, crawshay's, or sellous plains zebra?

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