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How to sharks produce their young?
  1. They only lay eggs.
  2. They only give birth to live young.
  3. It depends on the species. Some lay eggs and others give birth to live young.
  4. They lay capsules called spores, which germinate into several eggs.
  5. They have a symbiotic relationship with marine fungi and their young develop inside of aquatic mushrooms.
  6. They do not reproduce.
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How many eggs can a female spider lay?
  1. three eggs at a time
  2. a hundred or more
  3. 72 eggs
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What is the longest living fish?
  1. Oarfish
  2. Basking Shark
  3. Great White Shark
  4. Blue Whale
  5. Whale Shark
  6. Megalodon
  7. Tuna Fish
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What is the fastest living animal?
  1. Cheetah
  2. Sailfish
  3. Peregrine Falcon
  4. Antelope
  5. Bald Eagle
  6. Housefly
  7. Tuna Fish
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What is the main source of food for the giant panda?
  1. Mushrooms
  2. Bamboo
  3. Toads
  4. Japanese Maple
  5. Fish
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Which one of the following animals are NOT protected by the animal welfare act? (tick as many as necessary)
  1. Pet corn snake
  2. Wild fox
  3. Pet tarantula
  4. Farmed sheep
  5. Micro pig
  6. Husky dog
  7. Farm cat
  8. Rescued badger
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Who is the largest ant?
  1. kid
  2. queen
  3. king
  4. baby
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What do ants live together in?
  1. kitchens
  2. classrooms
  3. nests
  4. underwater
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Herpetology is the study of                                         and                                        .
  1. Frogs and Lizards
  2. Furs and Feathers
  3. Birds and Mammals
  4. Reptiles and Amphibians
  5. Rocks and Minerals
  6. Plants and Fungi
  7. Snakes and Lizards
  8. Animal Behavior and Animal Reproduction
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What type of mouth does an octopus have?
  1. They have a mouth similar to a mammal, with teeth, gums, and a tongue.
  2. They have a beak, like a bird.
  3. They have a radula, a sort of toothed tongued, the same kind a snail.
  4. They have pincher-like jaws, similar to a spider.
  5. They don't have a mouth. Instead they absorb food through their skin.
  6. They have a type of mouth called a fruladina, which has a pincher-like tongue with comes out and draws the food into the stomach.
  7. Their stomach exits the body and ingests the food, returning to the body to digest the food.
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How long is the maximum size for the giant squid?
  1. 58 ft
  2. 20 ft
  3. 4 ft
  4. 32 ft
  5. 43 ft
  6. 19 ft
  7. 27 ft
  8. 34 ft
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Cytology is the study of                       .
  1. Internal Animal Organs
  2. Animals
  3. Cytons
  4. Cells
  5. Birds
  6. Cyclones
  7. Skin
  8. Whiskers
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