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Mudpuppies

written by: bendawndavis
 
This quiz is all about the amphibian salamander, the mudpuppy.

Question 1:


What other common name is used for a mudpuppy?
Waterdog
Water Canine
Salamander
Mud Dog

Question 2:


What type of animal is a mudpuppy?
eel
salamander
fish
skink

Question 3:


What is the average lifespan of a mudpuppy?
11 years
35 years
2 years
5 years

Question 4:


Mudpuppies breathe through gills when they are young and when they mature they use their lungs.
True
False

Question 5:


Which of these statements is true about the mudpuppy?
They are poisonous.
They live in and out of the water.
Their lifecycle is divided into three stages.
They are nocturnal.

Question 6:


Mudpuppies are carnivores.
True
False

Question 7:


In which of the following states will you not find the mudpuppy?
Texas
Kentucky
Indiana
Ohio

Question 8:


Mudpuppies hibernate in the winter months.
False
True

Question 9:


How long is the average mudpuppy?
1 1/2 -3 inches
5-7 inches
12 inches
13-16 inches

Question 10:


The mudpuppy can produce noise.
False
True

 


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