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March Mammal Madness

The official location for March Mammal Madness tournament information and resources! If you're learning, you're winning!

Battle Results

Final ROAR:

  • Dwarf Mongoose & Sumatran Rhino ADVANCE!!
  • Elite Trait: Brown Bear, Were Yeti, Sumatran Rhino, & Dwarf Mongoose ADVANCE!
  • Sweet Sixteen: Brown Bear, Elephant Seal, Were Yeti, Minotaur, Rhino, Tamaraw, Mongoose, & Tenrec ADVANCE!

Round 2:

  • SEXY BEASTS & MYTHICAL MAMMALS: Bear-Dog, Brown Bear, Elephant Seal, Gigantopithecus, Cath Pulag, Yeti, Leukrokkotas, Minotaur ADVANCE!
  • MIGHTY MINIS & CRITICALLY ENDANGERED: Rhino, Tamaraw, Macaque, Monk Seal, Fox, Mongoose, Tenrec, & Numbat ADVANCE!

Round 1:

  • MIGHTY MINIS: Fox, Mongoose, Javan Mouse Deer, Tenrec, Pygmy Rabbit, Marmoset, Dwarf Rain Frog, & Numbat ADVANCE!).
  • CRITICALLY ENDANGERED: Rhino, Tamaraw, Tenkile, Macaque, Monk Seal, Warty Pig, Muriqui, Lynx ADVANCE!
  • MYTHICAL MAMMALS: Cath Pulag, Rougarou, Leukrokkotas, Yeti, Minotaur, Rataoskr, Unicorn, Hanuman ADVANCE
  • SEXY BEASTS: Elephant Seal, Bear-Dog, Daeodon, Brown Bear, Kangaroo, Wolverine, Lion, & Gigantopithecus ADVANCE!



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