Animals (10 Questions)

Questions

  1. Which bird species is the national symbol of England?
  2. What is the top speed of a cheetah when sprinting?
  3. Which marine mammal is known for having a tusk-like tooth and belongs to the Odontoceti group?
  4. What is the only continent where giraffes can be found in the wild?
  5. Which species of bear is native to the British Isles?
  6. Which venomous snake is native to the UK?
  7. Which large flightless bird is native to Australia and is known for its distinct blue-green eggs?
  8. What is the collective noun for a group of crows?
  9. What is the world’s largest living species of lizard?
  10. Which animal is known as the “ship of the desert”?

Answers

  1. The bird species that is the national symbol of England is the “English” or “European” Robin.
  2. The top speed of a cheetah when sprinting can reach up to around 75 miles per hour (120 kilometers per hour).
  3. The marine mammal known for having a tusk-like tooth and belongs to the odontoceti group is the narwhal.
  4. The only continent where giraffes can be found in the wild is Africa.
  5. The species of bear native to the British Isles is the European brown bear (though it is extinct in the region currently).
  6. The venomous snake native to the UK is the adder.
  7. The large flightless bird native to Australia known for its distinct blue-green eggs is the emu.
  8. The collective noun for a group of crows is a “murder”.
  9. The world’s largest living species of lizard is the Komodo dragon.
  10. The animal known as the “ship of the desert” is the camel.

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