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- 1. ANIMAL TRIVIA!<br />
- 2. RULES<br />20 Questions with 2 Rounds<br />The First Round Questions are worth 1 Point Each<br />The Second Round Questions are worth 2 Points<br />One Halftime Question: Worth 5 Points<br />One Final Question: <br />Wager up to 10 Points<br />
- 3. RULES<br />Grab some paper and a pen from the bar for your team and turn in your team’s answer into the bucket on the bar<br />Choose a team name. Right your team name on EACH answer you turn in. If there’s no team name, you get no points.<br />I will read the question then play a song. You will have until the end of the song to get your answers into the bucket. If your team doesn’t have a response when I collect them, sorry, your team is too slow and you get no points.<br />Spelling does NOT count<br />NO cell phones, computers, iTouches, etc.<br />
- 4. ROUND 1!<br />
- 5. Question 1<br />What type of animal is the largest primate in the world?<br />
- 6. Answer<br />Gorilla<br />
- 7. Question 2<br />What is the food a pig is fed called?<br />
- 8. Answer<br />Slop<br />
- 9. Question 3<br />How many compartments does a cow’s stomach have?<br />
- 10. Answer<br />Four<br />
- 11. Question 4<br />What unit of measurement are horses measured in?<br />
- 12. Answer<br />Hands<br />
- 13. Question 5<br />Who was the famous talking pig?<br />
- 14. Answer<br />Babe<br />
- 15. Question 6<br />How many eyelids do camels have (per eye)?<br />
- 16. Answer<br />Three<br />
- 17. Question 7<br />True or False: Oysters change from male to female gender several times during their lifespan. <br />
- 18. Answer<br />True<br />
- 19. Question 8<br />How many rows of whiskers does a cat have?<br />
- 20. Answer<br />Four<br />
- 21. Question 9<br />What are baby goats called?<br />
- 22. Answer<br />Kids<br />
- 23. HALFTIME QUESTION<br />Within 30 degrees, how many degrees can an owl turn its head? (Hint: it is NOT 360)<br />
- 24. Answer<br />270 degrees<br />
- 25. ROUND 2!<br />
- 26. Question 11<br />What is the slowest fish?<br />
- 27. Answer<br />A Sea Horse<br />
- 28. Question 12<br />Where are the majority of a cow’s sweat glands located?<br />
- 29. Answer<br />Inside its nose<br />
- 30. Question 13<br />What is a group of kangaroos called?<br />
- 31. Answer<br />A Mob<br />
- 32. Question 14<br />What is the name of the offspring from a female horse and a male donkey?<br />
- 33. Answer<br />A Mule<br />
- 34. Question 15<br />Within three seconds, what is the longest flight recorded from a chicken? (The answer is in seconds)<br />
- 35. Answer<br />13 seconds<br />
- 36. Question 16<br />In the movie The Lion King, what type of animals are Timon and Pumbaa?<br />
- 37. Answer<br />A Meerkat and a Warthog<br />
- 38. Question 17<br />True or False: A sheep, duck, and a hen were the first passengers to fly in a hot-air balloon.<br />
- 39. Answer<br />True! The flight took place on September 19, 1783 and lasted about 8 minutes<br />
- 40. Question 18<br />What is the only animal that can drown in the rain?<br />
- 41. Answer<br />A Turkey<br />
- 42. Question 19<br />What is the breed of the Chik-Fil-A cow?<br />
- 43. Answer<br />Holstein<br />
- 44. FINAL QUESTION<br />What is a pig’s pregnancy length?<br />
- 45. Answer<br />3 months, 3 weeks, and 3 days (114-115 days)<br />

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