Valentines special quiz: How well do you know the world’s monogamous animals?

Love really is in the air (and sea) with these creatures who couple up for life. Test your knowledge on monogamy in the animal kingdom with our latest quiz…

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1. This tree-swinging monkey usually mates for life in its 30-35 years. What’s its name?

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2. Macaroni penguins do a dance and make a gurgling sound to attract a mate. What is this display called?

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3. You’ll always see these sweet little creatures in pairs across African regions. But what are they called?

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4. Swans are a symbol of love across many cultures. But where do black swans live?

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5. Which one of these rodents are NOT monogamous?

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6. What percentage of the world’s bird species are monogamous?

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7. Patagonian mara’s pair up for life. But what household pet are they closely related to?

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8. Albatrosses are known for being the most loved-up seabirds. What is their average lifespan?

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9. The only known monogamous reptile in the world is known as the ‘faithful lizard’. What is its real name?

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10. Sandhill cranes have an elaborate courtship display. But where will you find them?

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11. Which one of these mammals are monogamous?

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12. Night monkeys live in small family groups with their mate and offspring. Where in the world will you find them?

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13. Sea otters mate for life, but on which coastline do 90% of them live?

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14. What percentage of mammals are monogamous?