Défis Nature - Animaux Disparus takes you on a journey to meet recently lost animals!
The principle of Nature Challenges - Missing Animals is simple: children aged 7 and over bet on the strengths of the animals. The player who has the strongest characteristic wins the cards of the other players. The first player to collect all the cards in the game wins the game.
All players have their cards in front of them, face down. The player who starts the round looks at the first card in his or her pile and chooses the characteristic of the animal that he or she thinks is the strongest. The other players look at their first card and state the value of that same characteristic. The player with the highest value wins the round.
Which species was last seen between the Caribbean monk seal (the first New World mammal to be discovered by Europeans) and the Palauan flying fox (a large bat native to Palau in Oceania)?
The Caribbean monk seal wins the battle, it was last observed in 1952 (against the year 1874 for the Palauan dogfish). Be careful, the discovery period of the species can turn the tables on battles! If a player's animal was discovered more recently than that of the player who opened the round, it can change the characteristic of the battle.
Playing Nature Challenge - Missing Animals is also an eco-responsible choice because :
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