Winterwatch Unsprung returns tonight at 9pm, straight after the final Winterwatch of this series and to get you in the mood, here's a little quiz.

Answers will be on the show (and we'll update this blog too)

What animals are jumbled up here?

A. 

B.

C.

D.

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  • Comment number 345. Posted by Si44

    on 17 Jan 2013 22:00

    Don't know if someone has pointed this out already, but the answer to B in the jumbled animals was given as a snow flea, a type of springtail. The insect looks like a snow scorpionfly which is a wingless scorpionfly (as Chris thought it looked like). These are apparently related to fleas which is where the confusion may have arisen.

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  • Comment number 344. Posted by andychristopher

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:38

    A Red Fox
    B Wasp
    C Grey Seal
    D Waxwing

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  • Comment number 343. Posted by mml akehurst

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:34

    A Chinese Water Deer
    B Snowflea
    C Grey Seal
    D Waxwing

    Yes, I heard the answers, but not the spelling! Am I right?

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  • Comment number 342. Posted by Madbunni

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:33

    A.A Pineapple
    B.A small man called Jeff
    C.A flatulant mite
    D.Mitt Romney

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  • Comment number 341. Posted by baileyffc

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:33

    A,Chinese water deer
    B.Snow flea
    C.Grey Seal
    D.Waxwing

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  • Comment number 340. Posted by Haggisblower

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:28

    A. Chinese Water Deer
    B. Parasitic Wasp
    c. Common Seal
    D. Waxwing

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  • Comment number 339. Posted by ~d87321697772aeab4014d40101857e0d90a87c93

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:28

    A, Deer
    B, Cricket
    C, Grey Seal
    D, Bohemian Waxwing

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  • Comment number 338. Posted by weaselsneezle

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:27

    Muntjac deer
    damsel fly larvae
    grey seal
    gold finch

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  • Comment number 337. Posted by ~56176a90a7fbd1ab0d65a1bd982c9eb7d1fb508e

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:27

    A. deer B.scorpian fly C.greay seal E.waxwing

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  • Comment number 336. Posted by Amy Jones

    on 17 Jan 2013 21:26

    A. Deer
    B. Ant
    C. Seal
    D. Waxwing

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