Wild life quiz saranathan

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Wild life quiz saranathan

  1. 1. WILD LIFE QUIZ
  2. 2. Connect:
  3. 3. These are the fastest animals in the world. *cheetah-115km/h (land) *sailfish-110km/h (water) *peregrine falcon-322km/h (air)
  4. 4. X is the largest of its kind . Y and Z are the sub-species of X. X is primarily found in the forests of Siberia . Y in habitats the sunder bans in India. Z is found in the islands of Indonesia. Now X,Y and Z are critically endangered due to habitat destruction and poaching. Identify X,Y & Z.
  5. 5. TIGERS x-Siberian tiger y-Bengal tiger z-Sumatran tiger
  6. 6. Identify :
  7. 7. Polar-Grizzly Hybrid
  8. 8. Identify the owner of this Jaw
  9. 9. Megalodon The name Megalodon means "Big Tooth." They seem to have lived 18 million to 1.5 million years ago. They are the largest carnivorous fish known to have existed. Scientists believe that the Megalodon could grow to be at least 15 meters long. Their diet was to eat large aquatic animals and whales. Providing nourishment for 48 tons of raw powered muscle is no easy task They are larger than a T-Rex. They were 40 to 50 Feet in Length, long, and weighing 48 tons and that is larger than a T-Rex.
  10. 10. Identify this extreme innovator
  11. 11. Wood Frog
  12. 12. Temperatures have to dip slightly below 32 degrees Fahrenheit to freeze a frog, and ice begins to grow when an ice crystal touches the frog’s skin. Like falling dominoes, the ice triggers a cascade of particles that form as the temperature drops. As the wood frog is freezing, its heart continues pumping the protective glucose around its body, but the frog’s heart slows and eventually stops. All other organs stop functioning. The frog doesn’t use oxygen and actually appears to be dead. When spring arrives, ice crystals over the wood frog’s body melts and its heart actively begins to pump blood and once again the wood frog comes into life after being in a state of suspension throughout the winter. Scientists are still trying to unlock the secrets of the wood frog . Perhaps one day even humans could be frozen alive. But this the wood frog has been doing since the ice age.
  13. 13. Connect
  14. 14. All the three (flying snake, lizard and spiderlings) can fly by unusual methods. spiderlings have been known to drift onto boats more than 200 miles offshore, and others have been picked up by airplanes in samples taken 10,000 feet above ground
  15. 15. connect
  16. 16. 1.Preying Mantis 2.Chaemeleon 3.Dragonfly All the three have 360 degree vision
  17. 17. Name this bird which can fly straight up , down and even backward
  18. 18. Humming Bird
  19. 19. Which is the only snake in the world to build nests
  20. 20. King Cobra
  21. 21. End
  22. 22. 4.connect
  23. 23. 5. Among all the species of venomous snakes , this one has the most toxic venom . Its so powerful that even consuming 1/1000 th of a drop can be fatal. This snake is native to Australia but there are only a few recorded deaths. Name the snake.
  24. 24. 8. What is the term generally used to describe a fat layer underneath an animal’s skin that functions both to insulate and to store food reserves. In addition to storing energy, it can also accumulate toxic contaminants. Hint: It is found in whales , seals and other marine mammals.
  25. 25. 9.camouflage
  26. 26. Brown Creeper

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