February 29th Trivia Solution

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Using some rudimentary knowledge of Latin and Greek, the name of an imaginary beast has been cobbled together. This beast, the 'Rubernaris sophoselaphus', has never walked the Earth. However, for purposes of fun, let's say it had. How would this Latin/Greek name translate into English?

Correct answer:
  • Red-nostriled wise deer

Incorrect answers:
  • Narrow-brained happy ant
  • Gigantic-toed messy elephant
  • Hairy-knuckled jumping hippo

Interesting Info:
  • Of course we know that no such creature exists...or do we?
  • To review: ruber = red, naris = nostril, sophos = wise, elaphus = deer.
 

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