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Multiple Choice Animal Quiz

Can you answer these multiple choice questions about animals?
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Last updated: October 7, 2019
First submittedOctober 6, 2019
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1. What is a group of owls called?
an Army
a Bewilderment
a Parliament
a Surprise
2. Do blue whales have teeth?
Yes
No
Blue whales are filter feeders
3. Is a sea cucumber an animal or a plant?
Animal
Plant
4. How many arms (mistakenly called tentacles) do octopuses have?
8
10
12
20
5. What's the longest a lobster can live?
Less than 5 years
30 years or so
More than 100 years
6. Which of these animals uses echolocation to navigate?
Dolphins
Mice
Pigs
Naked mole rats
7. Are there polar bears in the wild in the Southern Hemisphere?
Yes
No
8. What can a Jesus Christ lizard do?
Appear to come back from the dead
Cause hallucinations if you lick it
Fly
Walk on water
9. In what country would you find the world's northernmost wild monkey population?
India
Japan
Spain
United States
Japanese macaques are known as "snow monkeys" because they live in areas that are often covered by snow
10. Which of the following is NOT a type of antelope?
Impala
Gazelle
Marten
Springbok
A marten is an animal similar to a weasel
11. True or false: There is a sizable population of feral camels living in Australia
True
False
In 2013, the population was estimated at 300,000
12. How many rhinoceroses still exist in the wild?
5
14
about 25,000
more than a million
13. In what mountain range could you encounter a wild yak?
Alps
Andes
Himalayas
Rockies
14. What type of animal would you find in an apiary?
Apes
Bees
Birds
Rabbits
15. Are frogs reptiles?
Yes
No
Frog are amphibians
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level 86
Oct 7, 2019
Sables are also a type of antelope. https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sable_antelope
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level 73
Oct 7, 2019
It's an adjective. A white rhinoceros isn't a "white" as a stand alone noun.
A whale shark isn't called just whale.
A bird dog isn't ever called a bird....
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level 86
Oct 7, 2019
That's true, but a sable antelope is usually called a sable for short. That isn't the case for the other examples.
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level ∞
Oct 7, 2019
Whoops. Changed the question!
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level 80
Oct 8, 2019
Good quiz, thanks
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level 42
Oct 8, 2019
Nice one!
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level 60
Oct 22, 2019
Octopuses