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Secrets about animals you have not known before

 sea horse
 sea horse
QUESTION 1

Which of these animals swims in an upright position?
Correct Answer: sea horse
The sea horse has a head and neck shaped like a horse’s, and it swims in an upright position.



badger
badger
QUESTION 2

Which of the following is not a marsupial?
Correct Answer: badger
Marsupials are mammals that carry their young in a pouch. Kangaroos, koalas, and wombats are Australian marsupials.




The smallest fish is the goby, usually less than 10 millimeters long. The whale shark is the largest of all fish. It can grow as large as 18 meters long
whale shark and goby 
QUESTION 3

How many times is the largest fish larger than the smallest fish?
Correct Answer: 1,800 times
The smallest fish is the goby, usually less than 10 millimeters long. The whale shark is the largest of all fish. It can grow as large as 18 meters long.


bill
bill
QUESTION 4

What is the most notable feature of a pelican?
Correct Answer: bill
The most notable part of a pelican is its bill, which is so long that the bird sometimes rests it upon its breast or curved neck.





seafood
seafood
QUESTION 5

What do flamingos eat?
Correct Answer: seafood
The flamingo feeds on mollusks (snails, clams, and squid) and crustaceans (lobster, shrimp, crabs, and water fleas). It strains the food from muddy water by using its beak, which acts as a filter.



bees
bees
QUESTION 6

In some parts of the world, mysterious deaths of which creatures threaten agriculture?
Correct Answer: bees
Little-understood conditions have killed off vast numbers of bee hives in North America, threatening, for example, some nut and melon crops.



quetzal
quetzal

QUESTION 7


A quetzal is a kind of:
Correct Answer: bird
A quetzal is a kind of bird that lives in Central America. Its brilliantly colored tail feathers can reach 60 centimeters in length.

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