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Published: Sunday, April 29, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Can you pick out the native Washington animals?

Some of the most common wildlife in Western Washington isn't native -- and that's without including feral cats or bunnies. The once-exotic fauna now thriving here includes the ubiquitous squirrels in our suburban backyards and some of the area's most common birds. Can you tell which animals on the following list are native to Western Washington? Click here to test yourself.

Or to read more about invasive animals in our state, including what to do if you see one, click here.
Story tags » Wildlife Habitat

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