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Guess the Animal

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Guess the Animals

Do you love animals? Can you guess the animal based on the picture shown? How many of animals are you able to recognize?

Take this quiz to find out if you’re really King of the Jungle or missing a link!

Playing is pretty simple: The user steps through a series of questions, clicking a button to proceed to the next question. A group of 10 pictures, you see a picture and you’re shown three possible options, the user have to guess and choose an animal name for each question, the app reports whether each answer is correct or not.

 

Game Features:

★ Simple and familiar gameplay you know and love

★ Improved the classic quiz game with a whole new look and feel

★ Unlimited Fun: 100 of pictures to guess and more to come

Enjoy for Free and Have Fun!

Notes: The images for the various animals all came from the wonderful Wikimedia Commons. See bottom of the picture for detailed copyright information.

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I’m only on the learning curve

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Mike's learning curve I’ve been a pastor for 20 years now, and I’m still on the learning curve. But instead of getting frustrated (that I’m never able to fully get everything I need to know), I’ve realized that all pastors should always be on God’s learning curve.

IMG_5255In fact, the “experts” in whatever field are  on their way out. The moment they “know it all” is the moment they stop learning. It’s the moment they stop keeping up with change. Some upstart is going to overtake them and become a new expert.

4WdhE3V Many leaders have become dead weight. Their “expertise” keeps them from moving forward. They’re about be passed up by people looking to the future.

Consider Kodak, the erstwhile unchallenged leader of cameras and film worldwide. Today, the bastion of Rochester, NY’s, economy is a hollow shell. Kodak’s leadership is turning it into  a poster printing company. Their once-unquestioned dominance is now…

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