Sunday, 31 October 2010

Feed Animals Quiz Answers and Info (Part 1)

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

RED BELLIED WALLABY

The red-bellied wallaby is found in Tasmania, Australia.
The new born red-bellied wallaby stays in its mother's pouch for 6 months before weaning at 8 months.
The red-bellied wallaby depends on sound rather than sight. When it hears danger, it thumps its foot on the ground.
Breedable 5 days - Giftable
RED UAKARI

A red uakari troop contains a mix of 10 to 20 females and males.
The red uakari's red face is attractive to other mates because sick uakaris will develop a pale face.
Red uakaris only live in the Amazon River basin.
Breedable 5 days
- Giftable
RUFFED LEMUR

Ruffed lemurs are the only primates to build nests for their newborns.
Ruffed lemurs have special adaptations for grooming, including a "toilet claw" on their second toes.
Ruffed lemurs spend most of their time in the upper canopy of the Madagascar rainforest.
Breedable 5 days
- Giftable
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND SHEEP

The Scottish Highland sheep is the most popular breed of sheep in the British Isles, making up about 30% of the sheep population.
Scottish Highland ewes are excellent mothers and will defend their lambs from predators.
The wool of the Scottish Highland sheep is one of the best mattress fillers.
Breedable 5 days
- Giftable
SNOW LEOPARD

The snow leopard does not roar; it meows and purrs like a cat.
The teeth of a snow leopards can be over four inches long.
In captivity the snow leopard can live up to 15 years.
Breedable 3 days

- Giftable
SPANISH LYNX

The Spanish lynx is only found in the Iberian Peninsula of Spain.
There are only about 300 Spanish lynx left in the wild due the decrease in wild rabbits, which are the lynx's main food source.
The Spanish lynx are shy and solitary animals.
Not Breedable
- Giftable
SPECKLED BEAR

The speckled bear is the only bear native to South America.
The speckled bear spends much of its time high up in the trees where it will build a nest with branches and leaves and stay for a couple days feeding on fruit.
The speckled bear's predators are mountain lions and jaguars.
Breedable 5 days
- Giftable
STINGRAY

Stingrays spend the majority of their day inactive and partially buried in the sand.
Stingrays prefer warm tropical water.
Stingrays are usually not aggressive and will swim away from threats.
Not breedable
- Giftable
SUNDRA LORIS

The sunda loris produces a toxin mixed with their saliva to use as protection against enemies. The mother will lick this toxin onto their newborns before leaving to search for food.
The sunda loris is native to Southeast Asia.
The sunda loris has an excellent sense of smell, but poor color vision.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
TASMANIAN DEVIL



When a Tasmanian Devil feels scared it will open its mouth very wide.
Tasmanian Devils are extremely clumsy due to their poor eyesight.
Tasmanian Devils store their fat in their tails. 
Not Breedable- Giftable
WALRUS


The walrus uses its tusk to pull itself from the ocean onto the ice.
The walrus is a single species with two subspecies, the Pacific and Atlantic walrus.
Walrus calves are sometimes crushed during stampedes for open water when the group is startled by a predator.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
WATER MOCCASIN


Water Moccasins are also called "Cottonmouth" and are a highly venomous snake. 
A Water Moccasin is a pit viper and has a heat-sensitive organ for detecting warm-blooded prey.
Water Moccasins are nocturnal, preferring to hunt at night. When catching frogs and fish, they will hold its prey in its jaws until the venom takes effect.
Not Breedable- Giftable
WHITE RHINO


A White rhino's horn is not a true horn that is attached to the skull, but rather grows from the skin and is made up of keratin fibers, the same material found in hair and nails. 
A White rhino's horn grows as much as three inches a year, and has been known to grow up to 5 feet long.
White rhinos can reach galloping speeds of up to 25 mph.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
WHITE TIGER


The white tiger scratches trees to mark its territory. 
The white tiger's night vision is six times better than that of humans.
White tiger cubs fully develop their canines by 16 months, but will not begin killing until about 18 months of age.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable
WOMBAT


A wombat will kick back with both of its hind legs if it is picked up from its back. 
A newborn wombat only weighs one gram.
Wombats have a slow metabolism, so it can take them 14 days to digest one meal.
Not breedable- Giftable
WOODCHUCK


Woodchuck is another name for the groundhog and they are members of the squirrel family. 
The woodchuck's internal clock is affected by annual change in the amount of daylight.
Woodchucks are one of the few mammals that go through true hibernation. Generally, hibernation starts around end of October and lasts until late February and March.
Not Breedable- Giftable
SLOTH

Because sloths are slow moving creatures, it is easy for mites, ticks, and moths to live in their fur. 
Sloths spend most of their time in trees, only coming to the ground once per week to defecate.
Sloth diets consist mainly of leaves, which are hard to digest. It takes a whole month for a sloth to digest a stomach full of leaves.
Breedable 5 Days- Giftable
STRIPED RABBIT

The Striped Rabbit is currently critically endangered due to deforestation and habitat loss. 
Sightings of the Striped Rabbit have only been reported three times since 1972.
The Striped Rabbit is only found in the Barisan Mountains in Sumatra, Indonesia.
Not Breedable- Giftable
WHITE-TAILED DEER
The White-tailed Deer's coat color changes depending on season. In the spring and summer, they are reddish-brown, while in the fall and winter, they are gray-brown. 
The male White-tailed deer will regrow a set of antlers every year.
The White-tailed Deer can jump nearly 8.5 feet.
Not breedable
- Giftable
YELLOW MONGOOSE

Yellow mongooses are also known as "Red Meerkats" and are smaller than most other mongooses.
Yellow mongooses are usually quiet and communicate through tail movements.
Yellow mongooses cohabit with meerkats and ground squirrels and work together on the maintenance of burrows.
Breedable 5 days- Giftable

All About the Unlimited Animals
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