Trivia question for Jan-24-2011
Predators of these deer include tigers, leopards, dholes and mugger crocodiles. Red foxes also sometimes prey on their fawns.
Trivia question for Jan-23-2011
This type of Lemur is unique in a particular way. As with all Lemurs, they live in protected reserves in Madagascar. They live in family units and “Sing” loudly to reinforce pair-bonds and to defend their territory. This type of Lemur is not nocturnal.
Trivia question for Jan-22-2011
This boldly striped fish bears some resemblance to the venomous Banded Sea Snake, but is mild-mannered and harmless. It is a very finicky eater and difficult to keep in captivity
Trivia question for Jan-21-2011
This cool looking spider belongs to the tarantula group.
Trivia question for Jan-20-2011
We had no idea there were amphibians around which made such a peculiar noise.
Trivia question for Jan-19-2011
These guys love insects so they visit termite hills, follow locust swarms and stays close to herds of zebras or antelopes in order to feed on the insects landing on their excrement.
Trivia question for Jan-18-2011
This fish is able to distend both its jaw and its stomach to enormous size, allowing it to swallow prey up to twice as large as its entire body.
Trivia question for Jan-17-2011
Can you identify this insect and tell us how it is able to live among bees, eating their honey without being driven away?
Trivia question for Jan-16-2011
Can you name these peculiar looking birds and tell us which country boasts these birds as their National Bird?
Trivia question for Jan-15-2011
These cats are found almost exclusively in areas of dense forest, ranging from tropical evergreen forest to tropical dry forest and high cloud forest.
Trivia question for Jan-14-2011
They are the world’s largest species of monkey and they were once classified as Baboons.
Trivia question for Jan-13-2011
This bird can hiss like a snake to scare away intruders, and when captured or cornered
Trivia question for Jan-12-2011
Can you name this odd looking sea creature and answer the question below?
Trivia question for Jan-11-2011
Can you tell us what this is and also what it’s strategy is when being attached?
Trivia question for Jan-10-2011
These birds are a type of Pheasant and it takes their eggs longer to hatch than any other of its species. Chicks are able to fly within 2-3 days after hatching.