Quiz Question Answers – GK Quiz Animals – Learn More about Animals


Quiz Question Answers – Animals

Quiz Question Answers - GK Quiz

GK about Animals


1: On what continent did horses evolve?

Answer: North America


2: Why do guinea pigs eat some of their feces?

Answer: To obtain vitamins


3: Are capybaras herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores?

Answer: herbivores


4: How many basic groups of amphibians are there?

Answer: 3


5: What kind of animal is a gribble?

Answer: Crustacean


6: A group of crows is called a:

Answer: Murder


7: Ants cannot live in wet climates. True or false?

Answer: False


8: Why do baby elephants eat their mothers’ droppings?

Answer: To ingest essential gut flora


9: What is the largest number of eggs a bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus) can lay?

Answer: 28


10: The Lone Ranger’s Potawatomi sidekick, Tonto, had a horse named what?

Answer: Scout


11: What class of creature has the most species?

Answer: beetle


12: What is the name for a venomous snake that lives in Japan?

Answer: mamushi


13: What kind of animal is a kite?

Answer: Bird


14: What do bats use to control their wings?

Answer: arms and fingers


15: What is the largest monkey?

Answer: mandrill


16: An assembly of owls is referred to as a:

Answer: Parliament


17: All worker ants are male. True or false?

Answer: False


18: Which group of arthropods does not have members that are camouflaged by their resemblance to bird droppings?

Answer: Dragonflies


19: What is the largest number of eggs that a burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) will typically lay?

Answer: 12


20: Which of the following famous racehorses does not have a biopic?

Answer: War Admiral


21: What kind of animal is a silverside?

Answer: Fish


Quiz Question 22: Dogs can hear up to what frequency (in cycles per second)?

Answer: 50000


23: What are newborn crickets called?

Answer: nymphs


24: What do adult frogs and toads lack?

Answer: tail


25: Caterpillars have no exoskeleton. True or false?

Answer: False


26: What are fossilized feces called?

Answer: Coprolites


27: What is the largest number of eggs a green iguana (Iguana iguana) may lay?

Answer: 30


28: A mustang known as Comanche was the mount of which well-known commander?

Answer: George Custer


29: How many kilograms can an adult giant panda weigh?

Answer: 113


30: What organ do snakes use to help them taste and smell?

Answer: Jacobson’s organ


31: What is the name for a larval fly?

Answer: maggot


32: A cluster of jellyfish is called a:

Answer: Smack


33: What kind of animal is a yak?

Answer: ox


34: Fewer than 10 species of ants are found in India. True or false?

Answer: False


35: The young of some species of which animal produce feces contained inside a sac of mucus, allowing the parents to easily remove the feces from the nest?

Answer: Bird


Quiz Question 36: How many kits do least weasels (Mustela nivalis) usually give birth to?

Answer: 1–7


37: How much food does an adult giraffe eat, in kilograms, each day?

Answer: 65


38: What is a newborn bat called?

Answer: pup


39: How many toes does a dog have?

Answer: 5


40: How many body parts does an insect have?

Answer: 3


41: What kind of animal is a grunt?

Answer: Fish


42: What characteristic do all frogs have?

Answer: they are poisonous


43: A flutter is a group of:

Answer: Butterflies


44: What is the name for the family of small birds that can hover?

Answer: hummingbirds


45: How many mice would it take to produce the amount of milk a cow can?

Answer: 6,000


46: How many times is the largest fish larger than the smallest fish?

Answer: 1,800 times


47: To which continent are rattlesnakes native?

Answer: North America


48: What is the name for a two-humped camel?

Answer: Bactrian


49: The most common terrestrial animal is the ant. True or false?

Answer: True


50: Why is whale excrement important to oceanic ecosystems?

Answer: It brings nutrients to surface waters


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