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Passing This Animals Only Quiz Will Show That You Are The King Of The Jungle!

One of the wonderful things about the world we live in is the almost infinite variety of animals that are out there. They are almost as countless as the stars in the sky. Take this quiz and see what you know about these amazing animals!

The majority of amphibians undergo considerable change as they reach maturity. Which change is this called?

Metamorphosis

Puberty

Osmosis

Mitosis

Metamorphosis
Almost all amphibians go through a larval stage—often as a tadpole in the water—before becoming adults, who typically spend some time on land. Metamorphosis is the term used to describe the change between these two stages.

Which of the following insect species has the highest likelihood of being seen engaging in sexual cannibalism, when the female consumes the male after mating?

Dung Beetle

Bullet Ant

Praying Mantis

Walking Stick

Praying Mantis
Even while it doesn’t always happen, it’s not unusual for a female praying mantis to eat a male after mating.

A certain type of fish is the only known creature in which the male carries offspring. What type of fish is this? This fish is what kind?

Wolf eel

Halibut

Swordfish

Seahorse

Seahorse
Males only become pregnant in seahorses when females transfer their eggs to them, making them the only species where this occurs.

Which amphibians have skin that is covered with wart-like bumps?

Caecilians

Toads

Salamanders

Newts

Toads
Contrary to popular belief, warts that cover the skin of many toads are not infectious.

Which order includes over 90% of all amphibian species?

Salamanders

Caecilians

Frogs and Toads

Newts

Frogs and Toads
Frogs and toads make up around 6800 of the 7700 amphibian species.

Which amphibians are limbless as adults?

Newts

Caecilians

Salamanders

Toads

Caecilians
Caecilians are limbless amphibians that resemble worms.

Many fish have the ability to produce light, which they utilize in a variety of ways. What is it that, in most cases, allows them to create light?

Thermal radiation

Bioluminescence

Static electricity

Infrared scales

Bioluminescence
A chemical process called bioluminescence, which produces light, is used by many fish. In addition to using it to hunt and avoid predators, they also use it for other purposes.

Since most predators hunt in packs, mammals have a strong sense of community. A pack hunter is which of the following?

Orca

Coyote

Lion

Polar bear

Polar bear
Coyotes, orcas, and lions are all very gregarious creatures that hunt in packs. The polar bear is not a group animal, and it is often only observed alone, unless a mother bear is rearing her cubs.

Except for one, all of the following are fish. Which one is it?

Seahorse

Jellyfish

Moray eel

Lionfish

Jellyfish
The jellyfish is an invertebrate, not a fish, despite what its name suggests.

This African bird has the name of a profession practiced by people. Can you figure it out?

The waiter bird

The magician bird

The mime bird

The Secretary Bird

The Secretary Bird
The bird shown is a secretary bird.

What marine animals’ toxic tentacles have been resistant to clownfish?

Sea urchin

Box jellyfish

Humboldt squid

Sea anemone

Sea anemone
The sea anemone makes a wonderful habitat for clownfish since they are resistant to its sting. The clownfish frequently entice other fish near enough for the anemone to sting and devour, therefore the interaction is also advantageous to the anemone.

Except for one, all of the following are arachnids. Which one is not an arachnid?

Scorpions

Crawdads

Ticks

Spiders

Crawdads
Crawdads are crustaceans, not arachnids.

Believe it or not, the world’s deadliest animal is actually an insect-killing an estimated 750,000 people every year, 15 times as many as the next deadliest animal type. What deadly insect/insect group is this?

Spiders

Mosquitoes

Bees and Wasps

Tsetse Fly

Mosquitoes
The deadliest creature is the mosquito, which kills an estimated 750,000 people annually, the majority of whom passed away from malaria.

Only bats among animals have the ability to fly. Bats, as opposed to birds, have a thin membrane that spans in between their bones. Which bones make up the wing’s skeleton in a bat?

Collar and shoulder bones

Foot bones

Finger bones

Rib bones

Finger bones
The very flexible finger bones that make up a bat’s arms constitute the skeleton of the wing, and thin membrane-like skin is stretched between the fingers and connected to the bat’s body.

What are reptile scales made of?

Bone

Cartilage

Callous Skin

Keratin

Keratin
Reptile scales are made of keratin, the same substance that makes up human hair.

The anhinga is a swamp bird that is known by the moniker snakebird because it frequently swims with only its head and neck above the water. It spends a lot of time standing with its wings spread wide when it is not swimming. Why does it stand like this?

As a mating ritual

To create shade that attracts fish

To dry its feathers

To look more snake-like

To look more snake-lik
The anhinga is a bird that must dry its wings after being submerged since its wings are not waterproof.

The even-toed ungulates are one of the largest animal orders. An example of an even-toed ungulate is which of the following?

Puma

Kangaroo

Moose

Beaver

Moose
Ungulates are mammals with hooves; the moose is the sole ungulate on the list and the only hoofed mammal overall. The beaver is a rodent, the kangaroo is a marsupial, and the puma is a carnivore.

Which of the following fishes is NOT often observed inhabiting coral reefs?

Parrotfish

Yellow tang

Clownfish

Piranha

Piranha
On coral reefs, it’s usual to see yellow tangs, parrotfish, and clownfish, but piranhas are only found in the rivers of South America.

How can these baby amphibians breathe because they spend their first few years of existence in the water as larvae?

With gills

Through drinking water

With Lungs

They don’t need to breathe as larvae

With gills
Tadpoles’ gills are used to breathe underwater.

What is the largest invertebrate on Earth?

Giant squid

Sea cucumber

Giant centipede

Lion’s main jelly

Giant squid
The biggest invertebrate species is the giant squid, which can grow to lengths of 59 feet and weigh up to a ton. P.S. Do not be fooled by the images!

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