When it comes to some animals, it can be hard to say at first glance exactly what makes one group different from another. Besides, someone always breaks the rules (We’re talking to YOU, Mrs. Macaque!). That said, here’s a quick-and-easy guide to help you tell the general differences between some often-confused animal doppelgangers.
What’s the difference between . . .
a dragonfly and a damselfly?
an ant and a termite?
an alligator and a crocodile?
Written by Roar, drawn by Christine Fleming.
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Christine Fleming is an illustrator whose work tends to have a whimsical feel with organic lines, delicate textures, and hidden details. She is currently writing and illustrating her first children’s book. You can see more of her work on her website, and follow her @might_could.
Oh, what fun! I could picture this as a wall poster for a classroom or bedroom.
I’m not so sure the wasp vs. bee one is so good – there are many species that go against that generalization. Otherwise the illustrations and comparisons are fantastic!
Not exactly true. Some monkeys don’t have tails.
(But other than that this is a lot of fun.)
Cool Vs. Awesome(- Winner hahaha that was pretty awesome
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