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What Sea Creature Are You?

Vampire squid or Hairy Frogfish? What creepy deep sea creature are YOU? Find out with this epic undersea quiz!

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Beano Quiz Team
Last Updated:  January 10th 2022

If you’ve ever wondered which deep sea creature you’d be, you’ve come to the right place!

If you live in a basement, you’re a couple of meters underground but that doesn’t compare to the super strange small snailfish called Pseudoliparis swirei which lives 7,966 meters under the sea! If you think you’d make a good deep sea creature, remember that they are always very cold, have to withstand high pressure and don’t get much food or sunlight! Brrrrrrrr.

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How would your friends describe you? 

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What do you like to do in your spare time? 

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What's your favourite colour?

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What is your greatest strength? 

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Do you have any celebrity friends? 

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What do you like to eat the best? 

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What's the weirdest thing about you? 

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What are you most likely to say? 

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What watery destination would you like to visit?

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Christmas Tree Worm!

You're a Christmas Tree Worm! A fantastic festive critter found in tropical waters with spirally plumes and amazing colours - you use your tube-like tentacles to feed on microscopic plants. Nice.

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Spiny Pufferfish!

You are a Spiny Pufferfish! You're a strange and charismatic creature who can puff up to many times your original size, warning off predators with your toxic spikes. Good work!

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Leafy Sea Dragon!

You are a Leafy Sea Dragon! Permanently in ingenious disguise, you use your cunning, leafy appearance to hide from predators and drift peacefully through the waters of your home in the western coast of Australia. NICE.

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Northern Stargazer!

You are a Northern Stargazer! With your blackish brown body, white spots and stripy tail - you're making quite a fashion statement. Cleverly your eyes and mouth are on the top of your head, so you can see things swimming above you and also watch the stars. Good job!