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Amazing Facts About Animals Quiz

Amazing Facts About Animals Quiz


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Published by Michael J. Franklin
Fun fact quiz about our world and the animals in it.
Fun fact quiz about our world and the animals in it.

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Published by: Michael J. Franklin on Jul 22, 2010
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Animal and science quiz
Modern bodyguards don·t only need to train in all the important skills needed to protect people from physical attacks...but they also need to possess a wide range of dinner table and general knowledge to win friends and influence people. General knowledge quizzes also serve as a means of making those long boring nights walking the hallways go faster. The following are some of the more interesting questions that I·ve put together. The answers are at the end.

1. a. b. c. d.

How many people on Earth share the same birthday as you? 16 million people 17 million people 18 million people or 19 million people

2. a. b. c. d.

What the longest period that a snail can sleep? 6 months 1 year 2 years or 3 years

3. Which of the following animals kills more people every year than plane crashes? a. Elephants b. Donkeys c. Rattle snakes or d. Lions

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4. The Arctic Tern, a bird that lives primarily in North America. Flies to Antarctica every year...the journey includes about how many kilometres? a. 10 thousand kilometres b. 20 thousand kilometres c. 30 thousand kilometres or d. 40 thousand kilometres

5. Ants are the most populous insects. How many ants are there for every human being on Earth? a. About 1,500 b. About 2,000 c. About 5,000 or d. About 10,000

6. The Earth travels around the sun. It takes about 365 days to travel once around. How fast does the Earth travel through space to make the trip? a. 50,000 kilometres per hour b. 75,000 kilometres per hour c. 100,000 kilometres per hour or d. 110,00 kilometres per hour

7. a. b. c. d.

The Earth also rotates. How fast does the Earth rotate? 1,000 kilometres per hour 1,500 kilometres per hour 2,000 kilometres per hour or 2,500 kilometres per hour

8. Because of the Earth·s rotation it·s possible to throw a ball further than any other direction. Which direction will the ball fly further? a. North b. South c. East or d. West
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9. a. b. c. d. Which of the following can·t an elephant do? Walk backwards Walk sideways Jump or Stand on two legs

10. What can·t a pig do? a. Walk backwards b. Jump c. Look up at the sky or d. Vomit

11. Rats, one of Earths oldest and most resilient animals is an easy prey to humans because of what bodily function they can·t perform? a. Ability to hide b. Vomit c. Run fast or d. Think

12. Kangaroos are also handicapped in nature and can·t perform what movement? a. Bend over b. Walk backwards c. Jump or d. Bite

13. Which continent is the only one that doesn·t have an active volcano on it? a. Africa b. Australia c. Asia or d. South America

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14. Seeing Eye dogs can·t tell the difference between colours. How than do they know when to walk across the road? a. They react to the traffic lights b. They wait for the cars to stop c. They react to acoustical signals or d. They look to see which light is on

15. a. 5 b. 10 c. 20 d. 50

What percentages of humans are left handed? percent percent percent or percent

16. The average person will eat how many kilograms of dirt in their lives? a. 8 kilos b. 10 kilos c. 15 kilos or d. 20 kilos

17. a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 or d. 5

How many spiders does the average person eat in one year?

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