Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Round 2 - Animal Quiz

Meep! ^.^

Here's round two of my contest :3

Only these people can enter:
TheSafari07
RockyTop2
Xaguar
batmanthehero07
WhenLifeGivesYouLemo
Rainbowcat1
yeoh
SilverDawn

Here are the rules!
No looking up answers on the internet.

No asking someone else to look them up for you.

No finding a way around either of those two rules.

You can look for the answers in books or ask someone else.

Blank answers will be counted as wrong answers.

You cannot enter your answers, leaving a few questions blank and then want to fill them out later.

Sorry but that gets confusing when I'm trying to figure out the results.

Only enter once.

Be sporting. 

The person with the most correct answers wins. Post your answers in the comments or email them to me at animaljamtimes@yahoo.co.uk

If there is another tie, I will make another round in which only the tie-ers may enter.

And now the questions :3
1. How long does a male penguin go without eating while egg-sitting?
2. How do lion prides work?
3. For what reasons do wolves howl?
4. What do you get if you breed a donkey and a horse?
5. How long can a tapeworm get to be?
6. What do baby hedgehogs look like?
7. What is a liger?
8. What is it that prevents the liger from reproducing?
9. What are the names for a (breeding) female, (breeding) male and juvenile cat?
10. Which of these is/are not a wild wolf's eye colour - green, blue, amber, yellow, brown, black?

Good luck! ^.^
Round 2 closes when you've all entered.

~Kinyonga

20 comments:

  1. Congrats on making it to round 2 everyone! :)

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  2. I have a question about #9. Well, three actually. xD When you say "cat," you mean domestic cat, right? And do you mean like a scientific name? And what does breeding have to do with it? I feel so darn smart.

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    1. 1. Yep!
      2. Not really scientific...not as in Latin or something.
      3. Well, there's a different name for a female/male which is breeding and for one which isn't :3

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    2. Okey...it's probably really obvious. >.<
      Come on....*thinks as hard as possibly can*
      Well, thanks anyway. :D

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  3. ok lets start
    1:(emprer) 65 days (roughly)
    2:they work like this the females go hunting and the males fend of instruders
    3:they howl to tell the other pack to go away
    4:a mule
    5:3m-5m-20m-30 feet
    6:they look cute and fluffeh and a smaller version of there mother
    7:its a male lion and female tiger bred together
    8:they arn't really exiting cause they're really rare
    9: I HAVE NO IDEA I DONT GET IT you arn't saying properly i just dont get it
    10:yellow

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  4. Here goes...
    1. about 2 months
    2. long answer. A pride has about 6-7 females while only a few males. the males are the head of the pack white the females hunt and take care of cubs. A female stays in the pack for all its life but the male stays only for about a few years, then is evicted by another male or moves on to another tribe. The females in the tribe grow and they are all genetically related.
    3.to communicate or to warn other wolves from trespassing
    4.mule
    5. up to like 50-60 feet o.o scary.
    6. cute? :3 like a porcupine? a bit like a mouse if you remove the shell.
    7.a breed where a tiger and a lion mates. hey, its better than a tion :)
    8. the male liger can't really reproduce. a female liger can mate with a male tiger or lion.
    9. i'm getting this wrong. female=queen? male=tomcat? juvenile=kitten???
    10.blue. their eyes APPEAR to be blue.

    good luck :)

    batmanthehero7

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  5. On question one, do you mean a specific type of penguin? Because with emperor penguins, the dad watches the egg until it hatches, and the moms all leave until they hatch. I'm just a little confused.

    ~Rainbowcat1~

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    1. 1. They can go up to two months without eating.
      2. The lionesses hunt. Usually the males stay where they “live” temporarily.
      3. Wolves howl to communicate. They howl for many reasons of communication.
      4. A mule.
      5. Tapeworms are normally 3m to 5m in length, but it can become very large, over 20m in some situations. They can grow to around 30 feet in humans, perhaps longer though.
      6. They all have sharp, narrow snouts, small eyes, and short legs. They are covered on the back and sides with smooth spines.
      7. Tiger/Lion
      8. The mixed breed. Breeding complications happen when the tiger and lion breed.
      9. Tom, Queen, Kitty.
      10. Wolves' eyes may be brown, orange, yellow or pale green. Only very young pups can have blue eyes. No adult wolf can have blue eyes.

      :) Awesome quiz by the way!

      ~Rainbowcat1~

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    2. Oh, congrats to the finalists! :3

      ~Rainbowcat1~

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  6. Who won 1st Place?

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  7. SilverDawn the One and Only (currently not signed in)9 January 2014 at 00:59

    1. How long does a female penguin go without eating while egg-sitting? - Erm...a month? 0.0
    2. How do lion prides work? - There is the male lion, and several lionesses and cubs. The male lion is in charge of defence, looking after whereever they're living, guarding the cubs, etc, while the lionesses hunt. Oh, and when male cubs grow up they leave to start their own prides.
    3. For what reasons do wolves howl? - Err, to stay connected with the rest of their pack? To attract the opposit gender? To warn dangers?
    4. What do you get if you breed a donkey and a horse? - A mule or a hinny ;)
    5. How long can a tapeworm get to be? - I don't know, several metres *scream*
    6. What do baby hedgehogs look like? - Pink and squishy :b
    7. What is a liger? - A tiger cross lion
    8. What is it that prevents the liger from reproducing? - Well, it's a hybrid, so...actually, I don't even know :b
    9. What are the names for a (breeding) female, (breeding) male and juvenile cat? - Queen, tom, and kitten. When the adults aren't breeding they're called mollies and gibs.
    10. Which of these is/are not a wild wolf's eye colour - green, blue, amber, yellow, brown, black? - Blue and black, I believe.

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  8. 1. Probably around 3-5 weeks?
    2. Prides usually contain consists of five or six females, their cubs of both genders and males to hunt and mate with the females
    3. To communicate with other wolves, to keep the pack together and keep strangers away,to stand their ground and protect young pups who cannot yet travel from danger, and protect kill sites.
    4. Mule
    5.50 feet (15.2 meters) long
    6. Miniature version of the adult
    7. cross between of a male lion and a female tiger
    8. I don't even know. ;_;
    9. Um queen and king? XD
    10. All of them are the wolf's eye color.

    -WhenLifeGivesYouLemo

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  9. 1. Two Months
    2. three males, a dozen or so females, and their young. Female cubs typically stay with the group as they age. Young males eventually leave and establish their own prides by taking over a group headed by another male.
    3. Communication and contacting other wolves
    4. A mule but also another possibility is a hinny!
    5. They can grow up to be more than 30 feet long
    6. They are small with little quills on them
    7. An offspring of a tiger and a lion
    8. Theres nothing that prevents then from reproducing as i could see in my research, but they are hybrids and they are a rare protected crossbreeding species that violates Taiwan's Wildlife Conservation Law
    9. Male- tomcat, Juvenile cat- Kitten!!!!! Female- Queen
    10. Blue & Black are the colors Wolves eyes are NOT

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  10. Did I submit my entry yet? I forget. >.< If not, here it is:
    1.Once the female lays the egg, she waddles off into the ocean to hunt while the male incubates the egg for up to 65 days. By the time the female returns, the egg is already hatched.
    2. Lion Prides usually contain up to 2 males, 6 females, and their cubs. (The females are usually related.) The adult males protect the territory while the females hunt and care for young. The male cubs are not allowed in the pack once they become adults. They must try to find another pride to join. (They might have to fight another lion for this position.)
    3. Wolves will howl as a form of communication if a member of the pack has gotten seperated after a hunt (or anytime, really.)
    4.Mule
    5. 20 meters (bleh)
    6. Adorable! They have spikey black/white/gray quills on their back and small, rounded ears. They have a different color fur around their face and stomach (often white.) Sometimes they have ANOTHER color (generally dark) around their eyes and nose, sorta like a raccoon's mask. They have small eyes, whiskers, and a long nose. I. want. one!!
    7.Male Lion + Female Tiger = Liger
    8. Female liger's can mate with a male tiger or lion but male ligers can't mate because...how should I put this? They have mixed chromosomes from two different breeds so the males are sterile.
    9. Females= Queens, Males= Toms, Juvenile Cats= Kits/Kittens
    10. definitely not blue, probably not black

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  11. ok. my new number one is... still a few months (or about 65 days) :P

    batmanthehero7

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  12. Who have Entered Yet?

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  13. Who has entered so far Kinyonga? :)

    ~Rainbowcat1~

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  14. Here it is. o3o


    1. A few weeks
    2. Two males are for survival, some females to reproduce, some males to hunt and breed
    3. To communicate with other wolves, to keep the pack together and keep strangers away,to stand their ground and protect young pups who cannot yet travel from danger, and protect kill sites.
    4. Mule
    5.50 feet (15.2 meters) long
    6. Miniature version of the adult
    7. Combination of a lion and a tiger
    8. I don't know. T_T
    9. Queen and king, perhaps.
    10. All of them are the wolf's eye color.

    -WhenLifeGivesYouLemo

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  15. Let The One that hasnt Entered at ALL just 2 More Days! (Out Monday 20)

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