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Animal Trivia Questions and Quizzes

Hairy, feathery or scaly, animals tend to bring out the gentleness or bravado in people. People like knowing about them whether they are cute and cuddly or vast and scary. To many children, animals are characters from their favorite stories. To many adults, animals are precious parts of this fragile world we live in and worthy of preservation. There is a tremendous amount of little-known facts about animals great and small, and knowing these details will be a fun way to spend time with people you like while helping each other learn something new every time. Test your trivia knowledge or become a quiz master with these challenging animal trivia questions with answers.

Who was “Unsinkable Sam”?

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Who was “unsinkable sam”?
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It is the name of a cat that survived 3 shipwrecks during World War II.
The original name of the ship’s cat was Oskar and is reported to serve during World War II with both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy and survived the sinking of three ships. “Oscar” was derived from the International Code of Signals for the letter ‘O,’ which is code for “Man Overboard”(the German spelling, “Oskar,” was sometimes used since he was a German cat).

Are dogs color blind?

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Are dogs color blind?
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No.
Contrary to common belief dogs are’t colorblind in the sense that they see more than just black, white, and gray. However, the color range they perceive is limited compared to the spectrum humans see. They can see shades of yellow, blue, green and gray. The red color registers on a gray scale in a dog’s vision.

Do mosquitoes have teeth?

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Do mosquitoes have teeth?
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No.
There is a rumor of mosquito having teeth because a mosquito has 47 sharp edges on its tip of his proboscis that is used to help it cut through skin and even layers of clothing. But unlike human teeth, these edges are not used to chew food.

Which animal has human-like fingerprints?

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Which animal has human-like fingerprints?
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The Koala.
Koala fingerprints were discovered in 1996. Although there are other animals with fingerprints similar to human, the remarkable thing is that the fingerprints of koalas have been evolved independently and recently during their evolutionary history.

What is the only mammal capable of actual flight?

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In what country can be found the most asian elephants in their natural habitat?
Flying Squirrel.
Incorrect.
Bats.
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Bats are mammals with their forelimbs adapted as wings, they are the only mammals naturally capable of real flight. There are more than 1,000 species of bats worldwide, and they can be found almost anywhere in the world except polar regions and deserts. Other mammals such as flying squirrels, colugos and gliding possums can’t actually fly.
Colugo.
Incorrect.

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