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Animal Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Enjoy this quiz on the members of the animal world.

Question 1:


What was the largest eagle ever found on Earth?
Golden Eagle
Harpy Eagle
Haast's Eagle
Bald Eagle

Question 2:


Which term refers to the group formed by frogs and amphibians?
Nematodes
Mollusks
Drosophillia
Herps

Question 3:


Which statement about elephants is untrue?
There are some pink elephants in India
Elephants do not have great memories
Elephants cry
Elephants sleep standing up

Question 4:


All pigs are classified as "un-Kosher" meaning they can not be eaten by Jewish people.
False
True

Question 5:


What is alektorophobia?
The unreasonable fear of birds of prey
The unreasonable fear of chickens
The unreasonable fear of sharks
The unreasonable fear of roaches

Question 6:


How do scientists calculate the age of a fish?
They count the growth rings on the ear bone.
They measure the size of the fish and compare that to the average size of that type of fish.
They count all the teeth in the fish's mouth.
They count the teeth in the fish's lower lip.

Question 7:


Pound for pound, humans are not the strongest animals. What is considered the strongest species, pound for pound?
The Hercules beetle
The leaf-cutting ant
The red ant
The atlas roach

Question 8:


Human beings have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Which animal has the most chromosomes?
minke whale
elephants
millipedes
hermit crabs

Question 9:


What type of animal is a lamprey?
fish
amphibian
worm
insect

Question 10:


This animal, sometimes called a "pygmy chimpanzee", is closest to humans genetically, as its DNA is more than 98% identical to that of Homo sapiens.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 11:


What is the name of the first book by Darwin that directly dealt with evolution?
Essay on the Principles of Population
Totem and Taboo
On the Origins of the Species
The Descent of Man and the Selection in Relation to Sex

Question 12:


Which of these animals has the largest paws?
An average nematode
An average mountain lion
An average lynx
An average lichen

 


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