Saturday, 30 October 2010

QUIZ ANSWERS FOR UNLIMITED ANIMALS

ANSWERS TO QUIZ QUESTIONS - 
25 UNLIMITED ANIMALS


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ELEPHANT.


Facts:
  • The life span of a wild African Elephant is about 60 years.
  • When African Elephants drink water, they can suck in as much as 2 gallons of water at a time.
  • The bottom of an African Elephant's foot is spongy to absorb the impact of the steps it takes.
  • Large mammal you will need 5 of these
BISON


Facts:
  • Bison can reach a speed of up to 30 miles per hour.
  • Bison travel in herds of up to 50 bison.
  • A female bison will simply walk away if she is not interested in a suitor.
  • Large mammal you will need 5 of these 
BONOBO



Facts:
  • Humans share 98% of our genetic material with bonobos.
  • Bonobos cannot swim.
  • The bonobo's natural habitat in central Africa is restricted to an area south of the Zaire river.
  • Primate you will need 5 of these
    CAMEL


    Facts:
    • Camels can eat plants with thorns without hurting their mouths.
    • Camels have two thick layers of eyelashes to protect their eyes from dust and sand.
    • A newborn camel does not have a hump.
    • Large mammal
    • You will need 5 of these
    CARIBBEAN FLAMINGO



    Facts:
    • The name flamingo comes from the Latin word for flame.
    • Flamingos eat with their bills upside down.
    • Flamingos make their nests out of mud. They drag the mud towards their feet with their bills to build the nest.
    • You will need 5 of these
      CARIBOU


      Facts:
      • The caribou does not have any front top teeth.
      • The caribou's main enemies are wolves.
      • The name caribou comes from the Micmac Indians and means "snow shoveler".
      • You will need 5 of these
      PENGUIN



      Facts:
      • Emperor Penguins are the tallest and heaviest of the penguin species.
      • Emperor Penguins are only found in the Southern Hemisphere.
      • Emperor Penguins can hold their breath for up to 20 minutes.
      • You will need 8 of these
        GAZELLE


        Facts:
        • Gazelles do not drink much water because they extract moisture from their food.
        • Gazelles can reach up to 60 miles per hour.
        • Most gazelles are only found in Africa.
        • Small mammal
        • You will need 5 of these
        GIANT PANDA



        Facts:
        • The Giant Panda's teeth are about 7 times larger than a human's teeth.
        • Giant Pandas that are only a year old can still climb up large trees.
        • Fully grown pandas can reach up to 6 feet.
        • Large mammal
        • You will need 5 of these
          GIRAFFE


          Facts:
          • An adult giraffe's hooves are about the size of a dinner plate, which is approximately 12 inches.
          • All giraffes have their own unique markings. No two are alike.
          • Giraffes have excellent vision and can perceive color.
          • large mammal
          • You will need 8 of these
          HIPPOPOTAMUS



          Facts:
          • Hippos have thin skin, so they need to stay in the water for long periods of time to avoid overheating and dehydration.
          • Hippos consume 88 pounds of grass per night.
          • Hippos' mouths are two feet long across.
          • Aquatic animal
          • You will need 5 of these
            JAGUAR


            Facts:
            • Jaguars have extremely good eyesight.
            • The name jaguar means, "a beast that kills its prey with a single bound."
            • Jaguars kill by piercing the skulls of their prey with their teeth.
            • large mammal
            • You will need 5 of these
            KANGAROO



            Facts:
            • Young kangaroos are called joeys.
            • Kangaroos can jump about 16 feet across the ground in one single leap.
            • When a young kangaroo is frightened, it jumps into the mother's pouch head first.
            • Small mammal
            • You will need 5 of these
              KOALA


              Facts:
              • Koalas are picky eaters.
              • Koalas sleep nineteen hours a day.
              • A koala's fingerprint is very similar to a human's.
              • Small mammal
              • You will need 5 of these
              LION



              Facts:
              • The lions that do not participate in the hunt stay and watch the cubs.
              • A lion's roar can be heard up to 5 miles away.
              • A thirsty lion can drink water for as long as 20 minutes.
              • Large mammal
              • You will need 8 of these
                MONKEY


                Facts:
                • Monkeys do not catch colds.
                • Monkeys show affection by grooming each other.
                • Monkeys are threatened greatly by habitat loss.
                • Small mammal
                • You will need 6 of these
                OTTER



                Facts:
                • 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.
                • Aquatic animal
                • You will need 5 of these
                  POLAR BEAR


                  Facts:
                  • Polar Bear cubs learn to freeze and stay still while their mother hunts.
                  • Polar Bears tend to overheat more than to be cold.
                  • A Polar Bear that is trying to blend in with the ice will sometimes cover its black nose with its paws.
                  • You will need 8 of these
                  POT BELLIED PIG



                  Facts:
                  • The pot-bellied pig has poor vision but excellent senses of smell and hearing.
                  • Herd members communicate with a variety of squeaks, grunts, and other sounds, including different sneezes.
                  • If the tail curls at all, then this curl is a sign of cross breeding.
                  • You will need 5 of these
                  RATTLE SNAKE


                  Facts:
                  • Baby rattlesnakes are born venomous, but they cannot rattle.
                  • Rattlesnakes do not lay eggs. Instead the eggs will hatch inside the mother and she gives live birth to her babies.
                  • Reptile
                  • Rattlesnakes are deaf.
                  • You will need 5 of these
                  RHINOCEROS


                  Facts:
                  • The rhinoceros can live for up to 40 years.
                  • The rhinoceros can sleep standing or lying down.
                  • The rhinoceros rolls in the mud to avoid getting sunburned.
                  • Large mammal
                  • You will need 5 of these
                  SIBERIAN TIGER


                  Facts:
                  • Siberian Tigers can survive through heavy frosts.
                  • Siberian Tigers eat over 20 pounds of meat a day.
                  • Siberian Tigers can drag a prey that would take more than a dozen men to move.
                  • Large mammal
                  • You will need 5 of these
                  TORTOISE


                  Facts:
                  • There are about 40 different types of tortoises.
                  • The largest tortoises are the Giant Galapagos, which live in the Galapagos Islands.
                  • The Aldabran tortoise can weigh up to 660 pounds.
                  • You will need 5 of these 
                  TREE FROG


                  Facts:
                  • The tree frog spends the majority of its lifespan in a tree.
                  • The tree frog can jump up to to 40 times its own length.
                  • Tree frogs hunt insects at night.
                  • You will need 6 of these
                  ZEBRA


                  Facts:
                  • Zebras can recognize other zebras through the different stripe patterns on their bodies.
                  • Zebras only sleep when other zebras are around to warn them of predators.
                  • When a family member is injured, the other zebras will circle around it to protect it.
                  • You will need 8 of these

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