A) Shih Tzu done clear
B) Chow-Chow done clear
C) Lhasa Apso done clear
D) Pekingese done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer2) The "dancing plant" also known as the telegraph plant, actually moves its leaves in jerky motion when exposed to direct sunlight, warmth or vibrations like music. What is the name of this plant?
A) Codariocalyx motorius done clear
B) Aristolochia grandiflora done clear
C) Ceropegia woodii done clear
D) Amorphophallus titanium done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Kauri tree done clear
B) Baobab tree done clear
C) Quiver tree done clear
D) Haifrnens done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer4) This perennial plant with bright yellow inflorescence is endemic to North Wales, It is be Sieved to have become extinct In early 1950?s but in 2002, a single plant was accidentally re-discovered growing on a remote hiHside of Cum Idwal National Natural Reserve, Name the plant.
A) Gibraltar Campion done clear
B) Edelweiss done clear
C) Thistle done clear
D) Snowdonia hawkweed done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer5) The flower given in the picture Is of an achiorophyllous plant native to southern Africa. It is parasitic on the roots of members of the Euphorbiaceae family and emits an odour of faeces to attract its natural pollinators; carrion beetles. Identify it.
A) Welwitschia mirabllis done clear
B) Hydnora Africana done clear
C) Pinguicula gigantean done clear
D) Helicodiceros muscivorus done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer6) Tahina spectabilis is a gigantic palm found only in remote parts of north-west Madagascar. It lives for about 50 years, then flower only once, and dies soon after. What is the common name of this flower?
A) Suicide palm done clear
B) Queen palm done clear
C) Raffia palm done clear
D) Areca palm done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Thylacine done clear
B) Macropod done clear
C) Dasyurid done clear
D) Wombat done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Vasaka, Adhatoda vasica done clear
B) Aconite, Aconitum napellus done clear
C) Rhubarb, Rheum officinale done clear
D) Ashwagandha, Withania somnifera done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer9) The flower of this plant is very rare and found mostly in the rainforest of the Philippines. It has claw shaped flower which vary in colour from blue to light green. Identify the flower.
A) Kadapul done clear
B) Youtan poluo done clear
C) Jade vine done clear
D) Ghost orchid done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Cosmos atrosanguineus done clear
B) Lotus berthelotii done clear
C) Strongylodon macrobotrys done clear
D) Middlemist red done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Blue Vanda done clear
B) Neelakurinji done clear
C) Blue hydrangea done clear
D) Blue poppy done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Mountain beaver done clear
B) Queensland lungfish done clear
C) Archaeopteryx done clear
D) Horseshoe crab done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer13) This medium-sized, burrowing, nocturnal mammal native to Africa, belongs to the order Tubulidentata of which no other living animals are known. It gets its name from a South African word meaning "earth pig". Name this animal.
A) Aardvark done clear
B) Addax done clear
C) Armadillo done clear
D) Affenpinscher done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Herpetology done clear
B) Oology done clear
C) Ethology done clear
D) Ichthyology done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer15) Marsupials are the only mammals that incubate and carry their young ones in special pouches. Most marsupials are found in Australia. Which of the following is the only marsupial to be found in North America?
A) Wallaby done clear
B) Opossum done clear
C) Koala done clear
D) Wombat done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer16) This medication isolated from the bark of cinchona tree was earlier used to treat malaria but now it is only used when artemisinins are not available. It is also used to treat lupus and arthritis. What is the name of this medication?
A) Scopolamine done clear
B) Quinine done clear
C) Gitoxin done clear
D) Methyl salicylate done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer17) The mammal in the picture below is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa. Despite the zebra-like stripes, it is actually more closely related to giraffes. Identify it.
A) Lemur done clear
B) Slow loris done clear
C) Okapi done clear
D) Quagga done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer18) Entomophily is a form of pollination where pollen grains of flowering plants are distributed by insects. Which of the following is not a characteristic of insect- poiiinated flower?
A) The stigmas are usually branched and dry. done clear
B) Possess nectar or edible pollen. done clear
C) The pollen grains are sticky or spiny done clear
D) They are large and brightly coloured. done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer19) Echolocation is the use of sound waves and echoes to determine where objects are. Bats, for example, send out sound waves from their mouth or nose. When the sound waves hit an object they produce echoes thus helping them find their way around. Which of these animals also uses echolocation?
A) Shrews done clear
B) Frogs done clear
C) Marmoset done clear
D) Badger done clearView Solution play_arrow
A) Dingo done clear
B) Wapiti done clear
C) Dhole done clear
D) Both (a) and (c) done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer21) It is a common mushroom in Europe and Western North America; recognizable for its foul odour. The fruiting structure is tall and white with a slimy, dark olive coloured conical head. Known as the gleba, this material contains the spores, and is transported by insects which are attracted by the odour ? described as resembling carrion. Identify this mushroom.
A) Galerina marginata done clear
B) Phallus impudicus done clear
C) Cortinarius species done clear
D) Amanita phalloides done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer22) It is the smallest species of armadillo known. It is the only species of armadillo that has its dorsal shell almost completely separate from its body. This unique animal resides in the dry grasslands and sandy plains of central Argentina. Identify it.2-
A) Pink fairy armadillo done clear
B) Skin - banded armadillo done clear
C) Screaming hairy armadillo done clear
D) Andean fairy armadillo done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer23) This flower produces enormous trumpet - shaped flowers, which smell of rotting meat. Each flower lasts for two days. On the first day, it is in the female phase, attracting flies by its foul smell. On the next day, the flower changes to male phase and pollen is deposited on the pollinators. Which flower is this?
A) Dead horse arum lily done clear
B) Flypaper flower done clear
C) Waterwheel flower done clear
D) Pelican flower done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer24) This plant consists of only two leaves and a stem with roots. Its two leaves continuously grow to a length of 2-4 metres and usually become split into several strap - shaped sections. It is a very long-living plant, living between 400 and 1500 years. Identity this plant.
A) Hydnora Africana done clear
B) Welwitschia mirabilis done clear
C) Baobab tree done clear
D) Kauri tree done clearView Solution play_arrow
question_answer25) It is a small species of deer characterized by a prominent tuft of black hair on its forehead and fang - like canines for the males. Suffering from over-hunting and habitat loss, this deer is considered near-threatened. What is the name of this deer?
A) Blastocerus dichotomus done clear
B) Elaphodus cephalophus done clear
C) Mazama Americana done clear
D) Hyelaphus po rein us done clearView Solution play_arrow
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