A: Name the medium sized toucan from South America:

  • Abert's Towhee
  • Abbot's Babbler
  • Aracari
  • Akekee

B: TRUE OR FALSE: The Binturong has a sweet tooth.

C: Which of these is a large possum:

  •  Cavy
  • Coendou
  • Cuscus
  • Cusimanse

D: A man is in a zoo and sees a sign with the Scientific Name: "THYLOGALE BRUNII" - Which animal did he see?

  • Double Crested Comorant
  • Dusky Padelemon
  • Doria's Tree Kangaroo
  • Dorca Gazelle

E:  Echinodermata - The phylum of what animals?

F: What "fox" is NOT a fox?

  • Red Fox
  • Fennec Fox
  • Flying Fox
  • Corsac Fox

G: What antelope has a long neck?

H: Name the antelope that was found in 1888.

I: Name one member for each three:

  • Ictonyx
  • Isopoda
  • Indri

J: Name the rhino, most recently deemed extinct.

K: Which "King" is not real?

  • King Crab
  • King Kiwi
  • King Rail

L: True or False - Leadbeater's Possum are very rare and only exist in isolated areas.

M: "Man o' War" - The name relates to two animals. One is the Frigatebird whilst the other one is:

  • A resilient tiny animal
  • A jellyfish like creature
  • A large bear

N: Which is an ant-eating marsupial from Australia?

  • Nabarlek
  • Numbat
  • Nightjar
  • Night Monkey

O: Why shouldn't you tell a collector if you see a wild olm?

a. These creatures are radioactive

b. Because they have good hearing and will strangle the collector

c. Collectors have made these animals rare

P: A "coendu" is a species of:

  • Pig
  • Pelican
  • Porcupine
  • Pigeon

Q: What weighs more; Three Eastern Quolls or Four Quokkas?

R: One of these Animals is NOT American:

  • Respledent Quetzal
  • Roadrunner
  • Riflebird
  • Rhea

S: This animal warns its predators with handstands before the main attack.

  • Spotted Skunk
  • Serval
  • Secretary Bird
  • Sacred Ibis

T: Name a small pond turtle from America.

U: Order the Umbrellabirds from most common to most rare.

  • Bare Necked Umbrellabird
  • Amazonian Umbrellabird
  • Long-Wattled Umbrellabird

V: Which word fits all of these animals?

__________ Spotted Deer

__________ Walking Stick

__________ Warty Pig

W: You might mistake this bird-of-paradise for a flower.

X: It was a zoologist who discovered the Mexican Xantus Hummingbird. But which country was from?

  • America
  • Hungary
  • Germany
  • Belize

Y: Name the TWO colours of the Yapok.

Z: TRUE or FALSE: Zebra Duikers are common in European Zoos.

Answers:

A: Aracari. The Abbot's Babbler is the only one not to live in America!

B: True! Binturongs do indeed have sweet teeth.

C: Cuscus. Maras are cavies, and so are coendus! Cusimanse are mongoose.

D: He saw a Dusky Padelemon. The Double Crested Comorants were the only ones not birds on the D list.

E: It is the phylum of Sea Urchins!

F: Flying Foxes are not foxes, but bats.

G: Giraffes are in their own order, Gerenuks are antelopes.

H: Hirola.

I: Icontyx - Striped Polecats. Isopoda - Woodlice and deep sea crustaceans. Indri - Indris!

J: Javan Rhino.

K: King Kiwi!

L: True.

M: A jellyfish like creature.

N: Numbats. Nabarleks are small wallabies, Nightjars are European Nocturne birds, and Night Monkeys are Nocturne Monkeys.

O: c. They are now a very rare species.

P: Porcupine.

Q: Four Quokkas weigh more than Three Eastern Quolls.

R: Riflebirds are Birds-of-Paradise from Asia.

S: Spotted Skunks usually handstand before squirting.

T: Terrapin.

U: Amazonian, Long-wattled, Bare necked.

V: The word is VISIYAN.

W: Wilson's Bird-of-Paradise.

X: He was from Hungary.

Y: Black and White.

Z: False: None in Europe alone!