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The Flightless Moa

written by: Phreekshow
 
The World was once home to a huge and unique bird species, the Moa. They faded to extinction and now all that is left are their fossils and other evidence of their existence. See if you can answer these questions about a remarkable bird that fell under the grip of mankind.

Question 1:

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The Moa became extinct around what year?
1400
1600
1500
1700


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Question 2:


What country was home to the Moa?
New Zealand
Madagascar
Indonesia
Puerto Rico

Question 3:


How many species of Moa are known to have existed?
10-13
5-7
11-15
3-5

Question 4:

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The Giant Moa was the tallest bird that ever lived. How tall could it get?
8 feet
13 feet
6 feet
10 feet


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Question 5:


The Moa was unique because even though it was a bird it had no wings.
False
True

Question 6:


What was the main reason for the extinction of the Moa?
It was hunted by man for food.
It got to large to support itself.
There was not enough room on the island for so many large birds
It could easily be caught by predators.

Question 7:


What animal was the number one predator of the Moa?
They had no predator they were too large
An extinct species of wolf
An extinct species of eagle
An extinct species of lion

Question 8:


Was the male Moa larger than the female?
No
Yes

Question 9:


Is the Moa related to the kiwi, a living species of flightless bird from New Zealand?
No
Yes

Question 10:


In what year were the first Moa remains discovered by Europeans?
1724
1839
1857
1765

 


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