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Strange and Unusual Animals

written by: DieZel
 
What walks under water, has 14 hooves and a rubbery snout? Take this quiz and learn about some of the strangest creatures on our planet.

Question 1:

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This odd-looking creature is a mammal that lays eggs. It is covered with fur, has a duck's bill, webbed feet and a beaver-like tail.
Aplysia
Armadillo
Platypus
Echidna


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Question 2:

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This mammals use smell and echolocation to find their prey. They can eat from it for more than 30 minutes without waking it up.
The Big Brown Bat
The Hoary Bat
The Red Bat
The Vampire Bat


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Question 3:

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This animal can grow over 6 feet (1.8 meters) in length, including a tail measuring about 3 feet (0.9 meters) in length.
They do not have teeth but eat up to 30,000 of its prey in a single day.
The Great Auk
The Giant Anteater
The Pangolin
The Dingo Dog


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Question 4:

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Quite an ugly fish indeed. It lives in the deepest oceans where there is no light and food can be scarce. The female has a 'fishing rod' on her head that she uses to catch fish.
Angler Fish
Viper Fish
Torpedo Fish
Sperm Whale


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Question 5:

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This endangered creature is omnivorous. When attacked, it just rolls into a ball becuase its neck and back has flexible armor of 14-17 bands of horn and bone for protection.
Kagu
Giant Armadillo
Japanese Crested Ibis
Echidna


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Question 6:

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This flightless bird is a very unbird-like bird. Its skin is tough as shoe-leather, its feathers are like hair, its bones are heavy, its wings end in a cat-like claw and it is the only bird with it's nostrils at the end of its bill.
Kiwi
Ostrich
Kakapo
Greater Prairie Chicken


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Question 7:

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This is the world's second largest living reptile (excluding certain types of legless reptiles), growing up to ten feet long. They can run as fast as a dog for short stretches and kill their prey with deadly bacteria growing in their mouth.
Mexican Beaded Lizard
Komodo Dragon
Leatherback Turtle
Gila Monster


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Question 8:

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You can find this creature in the Amazon River Basin in South America. It is not a true eel, it just looks like one, with the tail making up to 7/8 of its body.
Electric Eel
Bobtail Snipe Eel
Worm Eel
Spiny Eel


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Question 9:

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This is a toothless creature that feeds mainly on ants and termites using its extremely long tongue. After a 2-4 week gestation period, the female gives birth to a leathery egg that hatches after 10 days.
Platypus
Hedgehog
Takahe
Echidna


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Question 10:

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This animal is related to the horse and rhino. It has 4 hooves, a rubbery snout and walks under water. All four of its species are endangered.
Tapir
Wild Pig
Hippopotamus
Anteater


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