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Extreme Animal Movers

written by: Delia
 
These are not your average pets, they are extreme movers, from the slowest to the fastest animal on our planet. Look at the photo and name the animal.

Question 1:

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This fish can reach speeds of 60 mph. It is famous for its "acrobatic shows".
White Marlin
Wahoo
Sailfish
Dolphin


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Question 2:

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In a dive, this bird can reach speeds of 200 mph. Its skeleton makes up only 5 % of its body mass.
Peregrine falcon
Tailed swift
Bald eagle
Harpy eagle


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Question 3:

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This snake can glide between trees in distances up to 300 ft. Although active during the day, this snake can also stay up late, to feed on frogs and reptiles.
Boa
Tree snake
Cobra
Python


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Question 4:

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Capable of moving at speeds of 40 mph, this animal is the largest marsupial on earth. The faster it moves, the less energy it uses.
Bear
Panda
Kangaroo
Koala


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Question 5:

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They have 4 limbs, but only use 2 to walk. They are the largest species of their kind.
Magellanic penguin
Gentoo penguin
Emperor penguin
Macaroni penguin


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Question 6:

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This is the fastest animal on 4 legs. It has the biggest nostrils in the cat family, which provide plenty of oxygen during sprints that can exceed 60 mph.
Bobcat
Lion
Lynx
Cheetah


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Question 7:

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This animal is a tree dweller and swings at speeds of up to 35 mph. It sleeps upright.
Macaco
Baboon
Gibbon
Gorilla


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Question 8:

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They move by jet propulsion, sucking water into their shells and then jetting it out.
Mussel
Scallop
Spirivalve
Sqiud


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Question 9:

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Moving at a rate of 0.03 mph, this is one of the slowest animals on earth. It could walk on a razor blade without getting hurt.
Snail
Turtle
Snake
Tortoise


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