Only 2% Of American High School Students Passed This Animal Vocabulary

Never underestimate the power of a decent vocabulary.

Cody Cross
Created By Cody Cross
On Sep 30, 2018

A female fox is a:

A male cow is a:

A male bee is a:

A female horse is a mare.

A young kangaroo is a:

A group of ants is a:

A female elephant is a:

The plural form of sheep is:

A female donkey is a:

A male chicken is a:

A male sheep is a:

The foot of a horse is a:

A male pig is a:

A group of birds is a:

A female bear is a:

A male goose is a:

A male cat is a:

A young male salmon is a:

A young duck is a:

A male whale is a:

And finally, a flock of crows is a:



Genius!! Only 2% of American high school students passed this animal vocabulary test!

You must have personality traits that set you apart from most people. You always have original, unusual ideas. You easily connect seemingly unrelated notions. You have a very vivid imagination. Your vocabulary is rich and extensive. Your long-term memory is excellent. And you have deep, complex thoughts.

But if you truly are a genius, you enjoy cold showers, you talk to yourself, and you’re annoyed by the sound of chewing.

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You failed an animal vocabulary test that only 2% of American high school students can pass. Your favorite animal must be steak;)

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