Someone might have been confused when it came to deciding these poor guys' names. Here are a pack of animals whose monikers might leave you scratching your head.
If it looks like a goat, bleats like a goat and smells like a goat, then it's ... well, actually, it's an antelope.
Is it a raccoon? A fox? A panda? Two out of three isn't bad: the adorable animal is actually related to both pandas and raccoons.
It's the Simba of the sea - sort of. Sea lions are what are known as pinnipeds, which means they're marine mammals that walk on their flippers. But many sea lions have a thick mane running along their necks like, well, lions.
It's not a wolf or even an aardvark: It's a hyena. The aardwolf gets its name from the Afrikaans word meaning "earth-wolf."
These dolphins (yes, dolphins) are some of the ocean's largest predators and they like to hunt in packs of up to 40 to take down prey - hence, the "killer" in their moniker. As for the "whale" part? They resemble whales more than dolphins.
These rhinos are grayish-brown, not white, and it's actually their lip shape that makes them different from other rhinos, not their color.