Can You Identify The Smelliest Animals in the World

In some cases, it’s a self-defense means; if they feel threatened, they will release a harmful spray to prevent any predator. Others may use their musk to keep their area or keep their foodstuffs safe from scavengers, or it may be that their hair is always spread with their urine. Can You Identify The Smelliest Animals?

  • Question of

    There are small, furry animals with black and white stripes, and some are spotted or have swirl patterns on their fur.

    skunk
    • Skunk
    • Musk Ox
    • Lesser Anteater
    • Zorilla
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    These small carnivores have glossy, coarse black fur with distinctive white spots on the face.

    striped polecat
    • striped polecat
    • Wolverine
    • Hoatzin
    • Millipedes
  • Question of

    A medium-sized, warm-colored species that feeds upon bees, ants, and termites.

    southern tamandua
    • Southern tamandua
    • Skunk
    • Wolverine
    • Musk ox
  • Question of

    It look something like a mixture of a dog, a skunk and a bear, with short legs, long hair and elongated snouts. They spray a nasty-smelling liquid on trees and bushes to mark their territory.

    wolverine
    • wolverine
    • Skunk
    • Kiwi
    • Binturong
  • Question of

    They are stocky mammals with large heads, short necks, and short, stout legs. During the summer mating season, they emit a very distinctive, very pungent scent

    Musk OX
    • Musk ox
    • Striped skunk
    • Zorilla
    • Mephitidae
  • Question of

    They have the infamous ability to synthesize and release rapid bursts of stinky, burning-hot liquid from their rear ends. The boiling, foul-smelling liquid is expelled violently through an outlet valve.

    • Bombardier beetle
    • Striped polecat
    • Brown marmorated stink bug
    • Opossum
  • Question of

    The odor from the this species is due to trans-2-decenal and trans-2-octenal. The smell has been characterized as a “pungent odor that smells like coriander.”

    brown marmorated stink bug
    • brown marmorated stink bug
    • Striped skunk
    • Binturong
    • Opossum
  • Question of

    Refer to this species’ highly developed post-anal glands which, when the snake is picked up, are frequently emptied, with a very strong, bad odour.

    elaphe carinata
    • elaphe carinata
    • Binturong
    • Cathartes
    • Crested auklet
  • Question of

    It protect themselves by emitting poisonous and disagreeable-smelling fluids from their glands.

    millipedes
    • millipedes
    • Crested auklet
    • Bloodhound
    • Stink badger
  • Question of

    It is pheasant-sized, with a total length of 65 CM, and a long neck and small head. It smell like a herd of cows because they eat like a herd of cows.

    hoatzin
    • Striped skunk
    • Binturong
    • Opossum
    • hoatzin
  • Question of

    The species is highly distinctive, with a long, thin tapering bill that is black with a fawn base. It produces a liquid that smells like rotten meat, which can help deter predators

    eurasian hoopoe
    • Eurasian hoopoe
    • Skunk
    • Musk ox
    • Hoatzin
  • Question of

    These creatures can give off a very powerful odor when under stress, this helps them to protect their environment

    Tasmanian devil
    • Tasmanian devil
    • Striped polecat
    • Skunk
    • Bombardier beetle
  • Question of

    The pungent odor emitted by this bug has been described as smelling like cilantro, as well as woody, oily, or similar to burnt tires.

    Stink bug
    • Skunk
    • Southern tamandua
    • Wolverine
    • Stink bug

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