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Would you like to learn some new animals, or just be tested on how many you already know? Well, this is the educational game for you.
Open up your Alexa app or take a look at your Echo Show, because you'll need to see the wonderful animal pictures Alexa will send you. Once you see an animal you know, and Alexa asks what it is, just respond "It's a fox!" for example. If you don't know, just say "I don't know," "not sure," or something similar.
The more specific you are, the more points you'll receive! For example, "red fox" earns more points than "fox" for the red fox picture.
Prepare yourself for a bonus round! You'll have to guess an animal based on only the sound it makes!
Have fun, and learn a lot!
New animals will be added continually, so if you think you have all the current animals mastered, come back later!
pretty good! sometimes the animal picture hasn't arrived by the time the reprompt fires, so it's a little annoying to have to wait for the reprompt to finish with every question. Also, one of the pictures was an 'African Clawed Frog'. I said African Frog, and got 0 points. Kind of a bummer lol