Do you consider yourself an animal lover? Do you think you are familiar with the natural world? Then you should have no troubles passing our special animal trivia challenge we’ve prepared for you today. Give it a try and check your answers at the bottom of this list! Here are 25 Unique Animal Trivia Questions To Test Your Knowledge!
How fast can the ostrich run?
Where does the Dalmatian dog breed come from?
What food do China's endangered giant pandas subsist on almost entirely in the wild?
What color is the polar bear's skin?
How fast can the hummingbird beat its wings?
What order does the feared camel spider belong to?
What are the only two mammals that lay eggs?
What is the largest sea turtle species?
What are the star-nosed mole's tentacle-liked receptors called?
How much electricity can the electric eel discharge?
Can cockroaches fly?
What makes the sea horse different from almost all other species of the animal kingdom?
What essential thing can the kangaroo rat go its entire life without?
What is the world's largest living crocodile?
How old is the world's oldest living tortoise?
What unique ability is the South American basilisk lizard famous for?
What is the most dangerous and aggressive ant species?
What is the loudest animal on Earth?
How many words can a parrot learn?
Why is the scarlet jellyfish known as the eternal jellyfish?
What marine animal has been known to break fish tank glass with the strike of its powerful claws?
What insect is capable of hunting small snakes and even turtles?
How long does it take for a saltwater pearl to form?
What behavior, originally thought to be human-only, was recently discovered in the Humpback whale?
What bird has the best sound-mimicking ability?
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Answers: 25 – up to 70 km/h (45 mph), 24 – Dalmatia Province, Croatia, 23 – bamboo, 22 – black, 21 – up to 200 times per second, 20 – Solifugae (neither spiders, nor scorpions), 19 – spiny anteater and duck-billed platypus, 18 – leatherback, 17 – Eimer’s organs, 16 – 600 volts of current, 15 – some species of cockroach (such as American and Australian cockroach) can fly, but most of them cannot, 14 – male pregnancy, 13 – water, 12 – saltwater crocodile, 11 – 185 years, 10 – walking on water, 9 – bulldog ant, 8 – blue whale (188 decibels), 7 – about 2,000 words, 6 – once old, it can morph back into its infant state and start a new life, 5 – mantis shrimp, 4 – giant water bug 3 – up to 20 years, 2 – altruism, 1 – lyrebird
Photos: 25. Nicor, Ostrich Ngorongoro 05, CC BY-SA 3.0, 24. Heinz Höfling, Dalmatiner 2, CC BY-SA 3.0, 23. Rob (Flickr profile), Atlanta Zoo Panda, CC BY 2.0, 22. Alan Wilson, Polar Bear – Alaska, CC BY-SA 3.0, 21. pixabay (public domain), 20. gailhampshire from Cradley, Malvern, U.K, Camel spider Solifugae sp – Flickr – gailhampshire, CC BY 2.0, 19. User:Moondigger, Snapping turtle eggs md, CC BY-SA 2.5, 18. Bernard DUPONT from FRANCE, Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) (10630312543), CC BY-SA 2.0, 17. gordanramsaysubmissions via flickr, CC BY 2.0, 16. Steven G. Johnson, Electric-eel, CC BY-SA 3.0, 15. publicdomainpictures.net (public domain), 14. pixabay (public domain), 13. wikimedia commons (public domain), 12. fvanrenterghem, Saltwater crocodile, CC BY-SA 2.0, 11. Mfield, Matthew Field, http://www.photography.mattfield.com, Galapagos giant tortoise Geochelone elephantopus, CC BY-SA 3.0, 10. Marcel Burkhard/ Cele4, www.tierlexikon.ch, Plumedbasiliskcele4 edit, CC BY-SA 1.0, 9. Patrick_K59, Black-headed Bull-Ant (Myrmecia nigriceps), CC BY 2.0, 8. noaanews.noaa.gov (public domain), 7-6. pixabay (public domain), 5. prilfish from Vienna, Austria, Mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus), CC BY 2.0, 4-3. pixabay (public domain), 2. Whit Welles Wwelles14, Humpback stellwagen edit, CC BY 3.0, 1. CSIRO, CSIRO ScienceImage 10356 Superb Lyrebird, CC BY 3.0