Animal Quiz- Easy Level
How much do you know about the animal kingdom? Let us test your animal smarts with this brain-stretching quiz!!!
#1. Most animals have just two of these, but an iguana has three! What is it?
Iguanas have a third eye. Also known as a parietal eye, this organ is used to alert iguanas (as well as other reptiles) of aerial threats. … In this photo, the parietal eye is that little light-coloured scale on the top of the lizard’s head between the two eyes.
#2. How many hours does a koala sleep in an average day?
Koala sleeps 20 hours a day on average.
#3. What substance is a rhino horn made of?
Rhino horn is made up primarily of keratin – a protein found in hair, fingernails, and animal hooves.
#4. Which snake is the only one known to build a nest?
King cobras are the only snake species which actively construct a nest to incubate the eggs. The female gathers large quantities of fallen leaves and other rotted vegetation into a mound into which she lays her clutch of up to 50 eggs.
#5. How many bones do sharks have?
#6. A snail can sleep for how many years?
A snail can sleep for 3 years. The reason snails sleep are they alike many other animals hibernate. Hibernation means that snails sleep when the weather becomes excessively cold; it is necessary for the survival of snails.
#7. What kind of animal is a Komodo dragon?
#8. What is the gestation period of an Opossum?
The opossum gives birth to 16-20 (often more) babies, only 12-13 days after mating – the shortest gestation period of any North American mammal.
#9. How many degrees can an owl turn its head?
Owls have tubular rather than round-shaped eyes, so they aren’t able to move them around much. That’s why they rotate their heads – so they can see. As it turns out, owls have uniquely constructed necks and an arterial system that feeds blood to the brain even while they are twisting their necks to rotate their heads
#10. Unicorn is national animal of which country?
In Western parts of the world, the unicorn was believed to be real for around 2,500 years and was adopted as Scotland’s national animal by King Robert in the late 1300s.