Sunday, 31 October 2010

Feed Animals Quiz Answers and Info (Part 4)

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

Collared Sunbird



The Collared Sunbird is generally found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan and Uganda.
The Collared Sunbird's flight is fast and direct due to their short wingspan.
The Collard Sunbird collects nectar by hovering like a hummingbird.

 
Blue Ringed Octopus
Northern Pygmy Owl

The Northern Pygmy Owl can carry prey weighing more than twice their own weight.
The Northern Pygmy Owl is most active at dawn and dusk.
The Northern Pygmy Owl mostly feed on small mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Blue Ringed Octopus


The Blue Ringed Octopus can only see in black and white.
Even though the Blue Ringed Octopus is very small, only the size of a golf ball, its poison is powerful enough to kill a human in minutes.
The blue rings of the Blue Ringed Octopus only become visible when its about to attack
Pacarana

The Pacarana can be found in the foothills and slops of the Andes Mountains in northern South America.
The Pacarana is the third largest rodent worldwide.
Pacaranas can grow to be three feet long and over 30 pounds.
Zebra Dove

The Zebra Dove is native to Asia.
The Zebra Dove is also known as the "Barred Ground Dove."
Zebra Doves are especially popular in Thailand where having one is considered good luck 
Not Breedable
Not Giftable



SNAIL

Radula, microscopic, tooth-like structures located on a snail's tongue, works like a file, ripping food into small pieces.
Due to its slow pace, the snail has traditionally been seen as a symbol of laziness.
Snails are a source of protein for many countries, including Spain, Fance, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, and more.
Not Breedable - Giftable
GOLDEN BENGAL TIGER

The Golden Bengal Tiger can consume up to 88 pounds of meat in one feeding.
There are less than 3,000 Golden Bengal Tigers left in the wild.
The Golden Bengal Tiger sometimes drags its prey to the water to eat them.
Not Breedable -Not Giftable
NORTHERN TAMANDUA

The Northern Tamandua is most closely related to sloths and armadillos.
The Northern Tamandua can only open its mouth to about the diameter of a pencil.
The Northern Tamandua's tongue can measure up to 40 centimeters.
Not Breedable  - Not Giftable
SCARLET TANAGER

The Scarlet Tanager is easily recognized due to its bright red body with black wings and tail.
Only male Scarlet Tanagers are bright red, the female is green with olive-brown wings.
The Scarlet Tanager male attracts a female by singing.
Not Breedable- Giftable
OSCELLATED TURKEY

Although the Ocellated Turkey has the ability to fly, it prefers to run to escape when in danger.
Female Ocellated Turkeys lay their eggs in a hidden nest on the ground.
Ocellated Turkeys typically start to sing twenty to twenty five minutes before sunrise.
Not Breedable- Giftable
PRONGHORN ANTELOPE

Pronghorn Antelopes are the second fastest land mammals in the world after the cheetah.
Not all female Pronghorn Antelopes grow horns. Only about 40% of them have horns that are no longer than their ears.
Pronghorn Antelopes have excellent vision, they can pick up movement three miles away.
Not breedable- Giftable
JAPANESE SEROW

The Japanese Serow is a diurnal animal.
The Japanese Serow is found in the dense woodlands in Honshu, Japan.
The Japanese Serow can live up to 10 years in captivity.Breedable 16 Hours 
- Giftable
AMERICAN OPPOSUM

When threatened, the American Opposum will play dead.
The opposum's diet mainly consists of carrion.
The American Opposum has more teeth than any other land mammal; only aquatic mammals have more.
Not Breedable- Giftable
AARDWOLF

The aardwolf hides in a burrow during the day and comes out at night to search for food.
The aardwolf can eat over 200,000 termites in a single night.
The aardwolf prefer to use existing burrows instead of creating their own
Not Breedable- Giftable
PIPING GUAN

The Piping Guan inhabits in tropical forests.
The word "piping" in the Piping Guan comes from the sound they make only during breeding season.
The Piping Guan is not endangered yet, but is in the primitive family of birds known as the cracids that includes many birds that are endangered.
Not Breedable- Giftable
LAND HERMIT CRAB

Land Hermit Crabs have a large left claw used for defense and a smaller right claw used to collect food and drink water.
Land Hermit Crabs live up to 10 years.
The Land Hermit Crab's longer pair of antennae is used for feeling while the shorter pair is used for smelling and tasting.
Not Breedable- Giftable
WEDDELL SEAL
Weddell Seals often dive up to 1,300 feet deep and have the ability to go as deep as almost 2,000 feet.
Weddell Seals were named after Captain James Weddell, an explorer in the 1820s, whose book first described and illustrated them.
The average dive of a Weddell Seal last for 15 minutes, but a record dive of 73 minutes has been recorded.
Not breedable- Giftable
ROLLER BIRD

The Roller Bird gets it name from their impressive courtship flight that involves diving, rolling and a rocking motion, along with loud calls.
All Roller Birds are monogamous and highly territorial.
Roller Birds make their nests in natural tree holes or termite hills and prefer to live in grasslands, open woods and regions with palm trees.
Not breedable- Giftable
PAINTED STORK

The Painted Stork is very tall and slender, standing about 3 feet tall.
Painted Storks live in freshwater marshes, ponds and flooded fields of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, eastern China and Vietnam.
Painted Storks communicate by clattering their large bills, hissing and visual displays like spreading their wings and bowing to each other
Not Breedable- Giftable
RED FOOTED BOOBY

Adults always have red feet, but the colour of the plumage varies. 
They are powerful and agile fliers, but they are clumsy in takeoffs and landings.
 They are found widely in the tropics, and breedcolonially in coastal regions, especially islands.
Not Breedable- Giftable
GRASSHOPPER

The Blue Wing Grasshopper's blue color is revealed only when it takes flight.
The Blue Wing Grasshopper is common in higher elevations of the Sonoran Desert.
Blue Wing Grasshopper are most abundant during the late summer and their population is dependent on summer monsoon rains.
Not Breedable- Giftable
CHINESE SOFT SHELL TURTLE
The Chinese Soft Shell Turtle can reach up to 1 foot in length.
The Chinese Soft Shell Turtle forages for food at night.
Due to its long snout, the Chinese Soft Shell Turtle can snorkel in shallow waters.

Not breedable- Giftable
RED-LEGGED HONEYCREEPER

The Red-Legged Honey Creeper is a small songbird in the Tanager family.
Red Legged Honey Creepers can be found in Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago, and Cuba.
The underside of the Red-Legged Honey Creeper's wing is lemon yellow, which only becomes visible during flight.
Not breedable- Giftable
Part Three

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