National Wildlife Week is celebrated all over the country to create awareness about the importance of wildlife and its conservation. We are presenting a series of quizzes to enhance the understanding in the wildlife conservation. The first quiz is about the wildlife itself, please have an attempt. This quiz contain 40 questions and 10 minutes to complete, all participants will be receiving certificates based on the score.

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Wildlife Week - Wildlife

Please go through the questions to test your knowledge on wildlife

There are 40 mostly easy questions and 10 minutes to answer, please watch the time on the top.

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1. What is a group of owls called?

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2. After successful hunting, which lion in the group tends to eat first?

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3. What’s special about the Duck-billed Platypus?

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4. Which of the following National Parks is home to the famous Hangul or the Kashmir Stag?

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5. Which animal exclusively eat only eucalyptus leaves and nothing else

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6. Coral reefs are found in

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7. This is not a true amphibian

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8. Which animal can create the loudest sound among any living creature

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9. Which of the following regions of our country are known for their rich biodiversity?

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10. Star Tortoise, an endangered and threatened species is protected in which Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala?

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11. Which animal has no vocal chords

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12. In addition to their role in the ecosystem, the value of wildlife is also found in their _______

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13. What is stored in the hump of a camel?

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14. Which species of bird flies at the highest elevation?

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15. Approximately how many species of primates are there?

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16. Which unique tactic does a pangolin often use to defend and protect themselves?

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17. Over the period from 1970 to 2010, the global population increased by more than 50 per cent. How much percentage did the wildlife population decreases in the same period?

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18. Which is our national heritage animal?

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19. Which bird, also known as "the farmer of the forest", is the state bird of Arunachal Pradesh?

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20. Many animals migrate, but which of these migrates the furthest?

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21. Giant Panda from China subsist almost entirely on

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22. The most important human activity leading to the extinction of wildlife is

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23. Which is the only home of Asiatic Lion?

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24. Vulnerable (V) species are those:

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25. Which island is the only place where lemurs can be found?

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26. What is the gestation period of tiger?

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27. Humans are not the only animals with fingerprints. Which of these does not have them?

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28. Greater One-horned Rhinoceros is found in

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29. Which of the following cats cannot roar?

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30. When the last member of a particular species dies, the species is said to be ________

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31. Which among these following cats is not found in India?

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32. Wildlife generally refers to all species of non-domesticated

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33. Which of the following animals is now extinct?

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34. Which bird can fly backwards?

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35. Major cause for the declining numbers of tigers is

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36. An earthworm breathes with the help of

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37. What are the horns of rhinoceroses made of?

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38. Which animal has the largest brain in the World?

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39. Which of these animals is most closely related to the Red Panda

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40. National aquatic animal of India