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Animals That May Have Escaped Your Attention

written by: thaibob
 
I'll give you the name of an animal, fish or, whatever and you must tell me the country or area that it inhabits. Don't be scared of the picture nor the quiz for the extra information should help. The animal pictured is naturally a bird dog. However, all the creatures in the quiz are real.

Question 1:

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The smallest species of armadillo, called the Pink Fairy Armadillo or Pichiciego, is found in the country noted for its gauchos. Name the country.
Argentina
Chile
Venezuela
Peru


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Question 2:

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The largest carnivorous and omnivorous mammal on this continent is called the Maned Wolf and resembles a large red fox.
North America
Australia
South America
Europe


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Question 3:

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The Tufted Deer is mainly found in a wide area in the central part of this large country as well as in the northeast corner of Myanmar.
Pakistan
China
India
Japan


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Question 4:

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The Patagonian Mara is a big rodent found in this country that has a region called Patagonia.
Brazil
Venezuela
Chile
Argentina


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Question 5:

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The Naked Mole Rat which is able to adjust body temperature to harsh underground environments and is found in the Eastern part of which continent?
Africa
Europe
Asia
North America


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Question 6:

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The Irrawaddy Dolphin lives in estuaries, rivers and near the sea coasts of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. In which area of the world would you find this coast hugger?
SE Australia
SE India
South and SE Asia
Sri Lanka


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Question 7:

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The Gerenuk is a long-necked species of antelope and the sole member of the genus Litocranius. It is found mostly in East Africa, so in which country is it LEAST likely to be found?
Somalia
Kenya
Tanzania
Swaziland


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Question 8:

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The Babirusa is found on the islands of Java, Sumatra, Sula and Buru belonging to which country?
Philippines
Papua New Guinea
Indonesia
Malaysia


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Question 9:

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Where would you find the cat-like Fossa that resembles a civet and is related to the mongoose family?
Madagascar
Philippines
Australia
New Zealand


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Question 10:

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The Mantis Shrimps are called "prawn killers" in Australia and are sometimes are referred to as "thumb splitters" because of their ability to gash one's hand. Which statement is FALSE concerning these creatures?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
All of these statements are false.
Some live in temperate seas.
Most species live in tropical and subtropical seas.
They are classified into 2 classes - smashers and spearers.


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