Sunday, 31 October 2010

Ally's Zoo World: Feed Animals Quiz Answers and info (Part 2)

ANSWERS TO QUIZ QUESTIONS - 
FEED ANIMALS
You should aim to have 5 of each animal from the start
there are many people who think that they only need to collect 1 to pass their leve
ie if they are on Noah's Ark 1 + 1 = 2
but if you see the animals on feed you should adopt them.
Adopting an animal does not stop some one else being able to adopt it 
the only limit on feed animals is the time you have to adopt it 
there is no limit to the amount of people who can adopt from each posting.
If you see 5 posted collect all 5 - you might not be stuck if you don't.
as you will need a total of 5 each to pass eventually.
Feed animals add value to your zoo
and if you dont breed them you do not need to upgrade cages.
 Concentrate on breeding the non feed animals
as these take a long time to breed
and the cost of upgrading cages to
release babies can break the bank.

 If you are having problems getting your posts to post 
looks like the post is hanging then try this
right click in the middle of the blank post where you
would normally click post and choose reload

FIRE SALAMANDER

Fire Salamanders are not only deaf, but mute as well.
Fire Salamanders are poor swimmers.
Fire Salamanders may overheat in temperatures over 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
Not Breedable  - Giftable
GOLDFINCH

During courtship, female Goldfinches are distinguishable because of their zigzag flying motion while being chased by males.
When Goldfinches sing, it is often in chorus. Some males even sing when they are in flight.
When Goldfinches sing, it is often in chorus. Some males even sing when they are in flight.
Not Breedable - Giftable
GORILLA

Gorillas have 98% of the same DNA as humans.
Gorillas build their own nests or sleeping areas, and these are not used for more than one night.
Gorillas can live more than 50 years.

NOT Breedable - Giftable
GRAY WOLF


Grey wolves are the largest wild member of the dog family.
Grey wolves are survivors of the ice age.
Though some grey wolves roam alone, most are found in packs

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Breedable 12 Hours- Giftable
GREAT EGRET

Great white pelicans are strong swimmers.
 Great white pelicans fish during early mornings and spend the rest of the day preening and bathing in the sun.
The bills of great white pelicans can reach up to 18 inches.

Not Breedable - Giftable
GREAT WHITE PELICAN

Great white pelicans are strong swimmers.
Great white pelicans fish during early mornings and spend the rest of the day preening and bathing in the sun.
The bills of great white pelicans can reach up to 18 inches.
Not Breedable- Giftable
HARBOR PORPOISE

Harbor Porpoises can dive as deep as 650 feet, but need to come up for air about every 25 seconds.
During the Middle Ages, Harbor Porpoise meat was considered a delicacy suitable for a royal feast.
Harbor Porpoises are among the smallest of the marine animals, reaching an average size of about 5 feet.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
HEDGEHOG

When threatened, hedgehogs roll into a tight ball, protecting their face, eyes, limbs, and bellies.
Hedgehogs have very sensitive senses of smell and hearing. They can even hear in the ultrasonic range.
Hedgehogs are born with their spines lying just under the skin. The spines will "sprout" 2-3 days after they are born.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
HONEY BADGER

Honey badgers are known to be fearless. They regularly eat poisonous snakes and raid beehives for honey.
Honey badgers have a great sense of hearing and smell, but poor eyesight.
The honey badger is very aggressive and has few predators.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
LEATHERBACK
TURTLE

Leatherback turtles are the 4th largest modern reptile, only behind 3 crocodilians.
Instead of a bony shell, the body of a leatherback turtle is covered with thick, oily flesh and minuscule bony plates.
Unusual for reptiles, leatherback turtles can swim and survive in cold, deep ocean waters.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
LEMMING

Lemmings are small rodents dwelling in and around the Arctic regions, particularly in the tundra biomes.
Unlike most animals, Lemmings remain active during the long arctic winter.
Lemmings are the smallest animals in the Tundra and have waterproof fur, making them great swimmers.Not Breedable
- Giftable
LUNA MOTH

A female Luna Moth can lay up to 200 eggs in her lifetime, which she will deposit on the leaves of her favorite trees, such as persimmon or walnut.
Luna Moths have a wingspan of up to 4.5 inches, which makes them one of the largest moths in North America.
Adult Luna Moths have no mouths, so they never eat.
Not Breedable- Giftable
MALAYAN TAPIR

When frightened, Malayan Tapirs take to the water and breathe with their snouts poked above the surface like snorkels.
Malayan Tapirs are the only tapirs from Asia, found in Thailand, Burma, Malaysia and Indonesia.
In Thailand, Malayan Tapirs are called P'som-sett, which means "mixture is finished." This refers to the belief that the tapir was created from leftover parts of other animals.
 Not Breedable - Giftable
MANDRILL

Mandrills are the world's largest species of monkey.
At night mandrills sleep in trees for safety.
Adult mandrills throw sticks and stones at enemies to protect their young.
Not breedable- Giftable
MEERKAT
Meerkats are able to survive without drinking any water by getting the moisture they need from roots and fruits.
Meerkats can kill and eat venomous snakes and scorpions without getting hurt because they have become immune to the venom.
Meerkats have outstanding vision, and the dark rings around their eyes help improve this by reducing glare from the sun.
Not breedable- Giftable
MOOSE

A moose can dive up 20 feet under water.
Only male moose have antlers. Each year in the winter the moose will shed his antlers and grow larger ones.
The plural of moose is moose.Not Breedable
- Giftable
MUSTANG

Mustangs are male horses and usually only one will stay with a herd.
Any marking on a Mustang's head is called a "star" even if it's not shaped like a star.
You can tell how old a Mustang is by studying its teeth. A Mustang gets all its teeth by age 5 and after that age, its teeth continue to grow longer 
Breedable 5 Days- Giftable
OCELOT

Ocelots are found in Mexico and other parts of Central and South America.
Ocelots are very territorial and may fight to the death.
Ocelots are listed as endangered and are now legally protected.
Breedable 5 Days - Giftable
OTTER

A grown otter can have as much as one billion hairs on its fur.
Instead of having blubber like most marine mammals, otters have fur.
Because otters have poor vision under water, they rely on their sensitive whiskers to pick up vibrations of nearby fish when hunting.
Not Breedable - Giftable
PRAIRIE DOG

Prairie Dogs greet and recognize each other by gently touching their front teeth together, resembling a kiss.
Prairie Dogs live in complex communities, called "towns" or "colonies." These towns are then divided into territorial neighborhoods and can cover up to 100 acres.
Prairie Dogs are rodents, but were named "dogs" by settles due to their high-pitched, bark-like call.
Not Breedable - Giftable

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