Forest
Savanna
Arctic Tundra
Springtime
Pets
100

Likes to store and eat acorns/nuts, is seen in a lot of places.

Squirrel

100

Has a long neck, is spotted.

Girraffe

100

Flies in Santa's sleigh, 'Sven' in Frozen.

Reindeer

100

Very sharp quills, often confused with a porcupine.

Hedgehog

100

Most common pet in America, barks.

Dog

200

Always wears a mask and sometimes washes food.

Raccoon

200

Has a large trunk, travels from "trunk to tail".

Elephant

200

Type of fox, but very white.

Arctic Fox

200

Transform from caterpillars.

Butterfly

200

2nd most common pet in America, meows.

Cat

300

Howls and is closely related to dogs.

Wolf

300

Bird, has wings, cannot fly, very large

Ostrich

300

Is a type of owl, but very white.

Snowy Owl

300

Pollinate flowers, serve a queen.

Bee/bees

300

Likes to sniff around and run on a wheel.

Hamster

400

Has thin legs, likes to prance about.

Deer

400

Black and white, "mohawk" of hair.

Zebra

400

Type of rabbit, but different body shape

Arctic Hare

400

Known for resilience, likes to attack beehives.

Badger

400

Die when they reach "belly-up" point, like to swim around, live short lives.

Fish

500

Is often seen as orange, known as sly.

Fox

500

Many different horns, almost extinct.

Rhino/rhinoceros

500

Family with rodents, is a small rodent.

Lemming

500

Likes to bounce around, many people have as pets.

Rabbit

500

Many old women have them, are a type of rodent.

Rat

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