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Animal Jumpers

written by: eyez2k1ss
 
Nature never ceases to amaze us. Here are a few questions about animals which, you guessed it, jump!

Question 1:

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Kangaroos and have the ability to store energy in the tendons of their large hind legs, which allows them to hop via a spring action, as opposed to muscular effort. Hopping is also important to kangaroos in which of these bodily functions?
Urination
Cerebration
Digestion
Respiration


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Question 2:


This small nocturnal animal, whose natural habitat are the deserts of Northern Africa, is known to jump not only for hunting or protection, but also for pleasure.
Bengal Fox
Red Fox
Fennec
Cape Fox

Question 3:


Jack jumper ants, yellowish-orange carnivorous ants named after their characteristic jumpy motions, can be found only on which continent?
Australia
Asia
North America
Africa

Question 4:


Jumping spiders, which represent the largest family of spiders, are superior to most other spiders in which of the following ways?
They lay more eggs.
They have better vision.
They are more agile.
They produce stickier webs.

Question 5:

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The often domesticated flying squirrel, known for its tight bond with its owner, whose lifespan is only about five years in the wild, can often live 10 - 15 years in captivity, when having its diet supplemented by what?
Retinol (Vitamin A)
Calcium
Amino acids
Thiamine (Vitamin B1)


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Question 6:


This small, graceful member of the antelope family is an extraordinary jumper - while leaping, it touches the rocky terrain of its South African habitats only with the tip of its hooves, resembling a dance.
Roan Antelope
Scimitar Oryx
Oribi
Klipspringer

Question 7:


Although the jumping viper, a chiefly nocturnal snake, is one of the most powerful jumpers of the snake family, capable of rising up to 1 meter (3 feet) during a strike, its poison is not lethal to humans.
False
True

 


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