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Word Building: Animals

written by: Tomatoman
 
Answer these animal-related questions correctly and the first letters of each answer can be rearranged to spell out another animal. This is the final answer of the quiz!

Question 1:

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This cetacean is related to the Beluga Whale and has a characteristic tusk on its head.
Bottlenose Dolphin
Narwhal
Harbour Porpoise
Irrawaddy Dolphin


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Question 2:


This is a gun dog breed which is subdivided into Springer, Cocker, Cavalier King Charles, etc.
Collie
Labrador
Alsatian
Spaniel

Question 3:


This type of bird was immortalised in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:

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What type of one-humped camel is specifically used for camel racing?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 5:


What family of animals has species called Oryx, Duiker, Dik-dik and Impala?
Deer
Buffalo
Llamas
Antelope

Question 6:


These mammals are notorious for their rapid reproductive rate. An adult female's gestation usually lasts between 28 to 31 days and they can raise four or five litters of about 7 "kittens" in a single year.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:

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These are jawless fish with circular, toothed mouths used for burrowing into other fish in order to suck their blood. They have become a particular pest in North America, where they have invaded the Great Lakes and parasitised the lake trout populations there.
Piranha
Mud Eel
Lamprey
Pike


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Question 8:


What is the only venomous snake native to the British Isles?
Bog Viper
Adder
Pembrokeshire Whip-snake
Fox Snake

Question 9:


This animal, also known as Suricate, is a member of the mongoose family. It has a long, thin tail which is used for balance when standing on hind legs. It lives underground in colonies of up to 30 individuals that operate an 'early warning' system where sentries stand guard beside the burrow entrances and warn of approaching danger from predators.
Jackrabbit
Aye-aye
Marmoset
Meerkat

Question 10:


This majestic bird can be golden, bald and tawny. One of the species is a symbol of the United States of America.
Cuckoo
Eagle
Owl
Vulture

Question 11:


This group of creatures are amphibians with short legs, slender bodies and long tails. They tend to live in aquatic or damp environments in the Northern Hemisphere. They are capable of regenerating limbs if they are lost or damaged. The name of the animals comes from the belief that they could walk through fire.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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