Mystery Skull Challenge Archive




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Mystery Skull Challenge Archive

You won’t get any points for these past Mystery Skull Challenge contests, but you can still test yourself if you missed them the first time around!

 
June 22, 2011 - July 19, 2011  

Mystery Skull Challenge June-July 2011

Clue: This Australian native has a display that once seen can never be forgotten. 

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May 19, 2011 - June 21, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge May-June 2011

Clue: Found in fresh and brackish water of Central and South America, this crocodilian has a proper name. 

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April 20, 2011 - May 18, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge April-May 2011

Clue: One of the most unique in North America, this gem is in need of conservation. 

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March 23, 2011 - April 19, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge March-April 2011

Clue: Purplish-black as night, yet iridescent like a dancing rainbow when illuminated … these are the longest native snakes in the United States. 

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February 23, 2011 - March 22, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge February-March 2011

Clue: Hailing from lands of headhunters, these heavy-bodied snakes are beautiful enough to make your blood run hot! 

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January 26, 2011 - February 22, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge January-February 2011

Clue: This herp carries a contradictory common name and wide North American range. 

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December 29, 2010 - January 25, 2011

Mystery Skull Challenge December-January 2011
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: A gem of a snake, these serpents are some of the largest Down Under! 

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December 1 - December 28, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge December 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Much maligned in recent years, a few of these magnificent snakes have gone south to retire. 

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October 27 - November 30, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge October-November 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Like modern day dinosaurs these forked-tongue beasts roam Africa with necks dark as pitch, searching for whatever small animal they can devour. 

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September 29 - October 26, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge September-October 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Still as the water, lying in wait, these ambush predators are all agape for the fish that they prey upon. 

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August 25 - September 28, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge August-September 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Perfect camouflage when it is still … if it bites you, you will fall ill. 

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July 21 - August 24, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge July-August 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Little Rattles in the South. 

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June 23 - July 20, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge June-July 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Crocodilian-like skin and name. 

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May 19 - June 22, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge May-June 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Red Touches Yellow 

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April 21 - May 18, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge April-May 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: This snake is highly respected in the Wild West! 

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March 24 - April 20, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge March-April 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Slender snouts full of teeth … false or not they come to eat. 

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February 24 - March 23, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge February-March 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Calling these anurans "bullfrogs" may elicit a grunt of disapproval. 

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January 27 - February 23, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge January-February 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Some like it HOT! These desert-dwelling, pug-nosed lizards are among them. 

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December 29, 2009 - January 26, 2010

Mystery Skull Challenge December-January 2010
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Coffin heads and black gaping mouths …these creatures will make you “dance!” 

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December 2 - December 28, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge December 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These salty, ancient beasts from down under rule supreme in dark waters of a strange continent.

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October 28 - December 1, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge October-December 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These “fragile” imposters slither along the sandy ground in the Southeastern United States.

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September 30 - October 27, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge September-October 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Made up like rain forest jesters, these small creatures jump around the jungles at night in search of insects.

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August 26 - September 29, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge August-September 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These Asian creatures have royalty in their name and a crown on their skull. Though they are gentle, they are also toxic.

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July 22 - August 25, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge July-August 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These prehistoric-looking beasts once roamed Caribbean Islands in large numbers and have been used as monster dinosaurs in old movies.

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June 24 - July 21, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge June-July 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Before taking this challenge, you should properly introduce yourself to this reptile with a head bob and an arm wave.

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May 27 - June 23, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge May-June 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: A leather-bound submariner naturally equipped with a snorkel and periscope.

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April 22 - May 26, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge April-May 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Googly-eyed and vibrantly colored, this lizard is hidden behind a veil of camouflage.

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March 25 - April 21, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge March-April 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: North America’s largest venomous species and a true diamond in the rough.

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February 25 - March 24, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge February- March 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: This armored prehistoric beast prowls the muddy bottoms of swamps and streams luring its next fleshy prey in with its tongue.

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January 28 - February 24, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge January-February 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These giants are at home in the waters of the Amazon Basin and have been the source of much myth and legend.

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December 22, 2008 - January 27, 2009

Mystery Skull Challenge December-January 2009
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: The miniature Jabba the Hutt of the amphibian world, this little fellow hails from South America.

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November 19 - December 21, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge November-December 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: A “bumble bee” that lives in the trees; be careful or it may envenomate thee!

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October 22 - November 18, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge October-November 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Found throughout the Orinoco, Amazon and Sao Francisco river systems, this dog-headed species is truly small among its kin.

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September 24 - October 21, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge September-October 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These toothy, egg gulping, beetle-chewing beasts hail from grassland zones across a broad swath of western to eastern central Africa.

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August 20 - September 23, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge August-September 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Works well with a flute and basket.

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July 23 - August 19, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge July-August 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These shark-toothed monsters inhabit desert areas and their genus means “Studded Skin.”

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June 25 - July 22, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge June-July 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These miniature triceratops are one the most Jurassic Period looking beasts that ever climbed a tree!

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May 21 - June 24, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge May-June 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These South American, stream-dwelling, bizarre looking creatures wait camouflaged among the leaf litter in the water and gulp down their unsuspecting prey.

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May 1 - May 20, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge May 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These formidable beasts are one of the largest crocodilians in the world, but are more closely related to alligators than crocodiles.

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April 1 - April 30, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge April 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Googly-eyed, walking rainbow of colors.

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March 1 - March 31, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge March 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These invasive “monsters” have been and still are wreaking havoc in Australia’s ecosystems.

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February 1 - February 29, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge February 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: A kin to dragons, they’re from the land of pharaohs and kings.

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January 1 - January 31, 2008

Mystery Skull Challenge January 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: Geared up and ready to go. These little alien-looking beasts love to hang out in Central American rainforests.

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December 1 - December 31, 2007

Mystery Skull Challenge December 2008
© Shawn K. Heflick
www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: A gorgeous gem that spends most of its time hanging around the jungles.

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November 1 - November 30, 2007

Mystery Skull Challenge November 2007
© Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com

Clue: These “monsters” have starred in many dinosaur movies back in the "Good Ol’ Days."

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