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Nature Trivia

Animal Kingdom

From the largest whale to the smallest insect, animals are amazing! Find out how much you know about these amazing creatures and the places they call home.

 

  1. Get out a map: which continent do zebras and lions call home?

    Asia

    Asia | Incorrect

    Australia

    Australia | Incorrect

    Africa

    Africa | Correct

    Antarctica

    Antarctica | Incorrect

  2. Gulp, gulp! Animals like zebras and lions need lots of water to drink, and they often find it in lakes and rivers. What kinds of animals live in lakes and rivers?

    Fish

    Fish | Incorrect

    Snails

    Snails | Incorrect

    Frogs

    Frogs | Incorrect

    All of the above

    All of the above | Correct

  3. Are you thirsty? All animals and plants need water to survive, even if they live in the desert! Where is the largest desert in the world?

    The Gobi Desert in China and Mongolia

    The Gobi Desert in China and Mongolia | Incorrect

    The Antarctic Desert in Antarctica

    The Antarctic Desert in Antarctica | Correct

    The Sahara Desert in Africa

    The Sahara Desert in Africa | Incorrect

    The Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico

    The Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico | Incorrect

  4. It doesn’t rain much in deserts. But in rainforests, well, it rains a lot! Rainforests can be found on every continent except:

    Asia

    Asia | Incorrect

    Australia

    Australia | Incorrect

    Africa

    Africa | Incorrect

    Antarctica

    Antarctica | Correct

  5. There’s LOTS of water in the world’s oceans! You might not be able to drink it, but that salty water is home sweet home for which of the following?

    Sharks

    Sharks | Incorrect

    Dolphins

    Dolphins | Incorrect

    Jellyfish

    Jellyfish | Incorrect

    All of the above

    All of the above | Correct

Scoring

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