General Mammals Trivia
Question: On its hands, a bat has a thumb and how many fingers?
Question: What is a virgin female hog called?
Question: How wide is the wingspan of a flying fox?
Answer: 6 Ft
Question: I saw a leveret running across the lawn yesterday. What young animal did I see?
Question: Bears love honey and tear apart bees' nests to access it. Which is the only part of a bear's body that is unprotected from bee stings?
Question: What is a stallion?
Answer: Adult Male Horse
Question: With which of the following conditions can dogs play a helpful role?
Question: One treatment for urine spraying is the drug diazepam. What is another name for this?
Question: What do lions prey?
Answer: Zebras' Individual Stripes Are As Unique As Your Fingerprints
Question: Is there any way the hog can benefit mankind other than as food or leather?
Answer: Research Experiments
Question: What is the fastest movement of a horses natural paces?
Question: What is a young female horse called?
Question: Does the sheep have to be killed before its wool is taken?
Answer: Wool Is Shorn From Live Sheep.
Question: What is a centaur?
Answer: Half Man, Half Horse Mythological Creature
Question: What is venison?
Answer: Deer Meat
Question: In a meerkat gang, who produces 80 percent of the litters that survive?
Answer: One Dominant Female
Question: What technique do foxes use to outwit their predators?
Answer: They Zigzag Quickly To Safety.
Question: The greatest gathering of any one kind of mammal takes place in the Peribilof Islands in the Bering Sea every year. Name the mammal.
Question: How did dogs help after the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995?
Answer: They Searched For Victims In The Rubble.
Question: How does a hippo see underwater?
Answer: It Has A Clear Film That Protects Its Eyes
Question: Which century were hogs first domesticated?
Answer: 2900 B.C.
Question: Which country first domesticated hogs?
Question: The venom of a shrew is present in what type of bodily fluid?
Marine Mammals Trivia
Question: What is another popular name that blue whales are affectionately called?
Answer: Sulfur Bottom
Question: How deep can seals dive?
Answer: 5000 Feet
Question: Into how many groups do scientists divide whales?
Question: Baleen whales do not have what?
Answer: Vocal Chords
Question: What do whales eat?
Question: How would you describe a whale's teeth?
Answer: By Their Teeth
Question: Which type of whale has the longest flippers?
Question: What mammal pushes their ill friends to the surface of the water so that they can breathe?
Question: How many species of giraffe are there?
Question: What do lionesses do with their cubs at about six weeks of age?
Answer: They Lead Them To A Fresh Kill To Get Their First Taste Of Meat.
Question: What can an allergic cat lover do to lessen the harmful effects of proximity to cats?
Question: What body part of a walrus is most useful for hunting?
Land Mammals Trivia
Question: What is the world's tallest mammal?
Question: How many mph can great kangaroos hop?
Question: What helps badgers to dig burrows?
Answer: Their Powerful Forelegs
Question: What is the typical diet of deer?
Answer: Green Plants
Question: What is the smallest of the kangaroo species?
Question: Why do foxes have whiskers?
Answer: To Help Them Feel Their Way In The Dark
Question: Can the fleece of a sheep be tan in color?
Answer: It Can Be.
Question: What is the largest living species of lizard?
Answer: Komodo Dragon
Question: If you purchase lard, what in fact have you bought?
Answer: Pig Fat
Question: What is the name for a male hog?
Question: The fat from a sheep is called 'Tallow'. What items can be made from this substance?
Question: Why are grizzly bears called grizzly?
Answer: Because They Have Grizzled Colored Fur
Question: How are deer and moose alike?
Answer: They Both Have Antlers
Question: Which of these best describes the body of a badger?
Answer: Short And Broad
Question: What is the habitat of the Old World badger?
Answer: Forest Areas
Question: What brings grizzly bears together?
Big Cats Trivia
Question: When lion cubs are born, they are often what?
Answer: Spotted Or Striped
Question: What is the closest relative of the lion?
Question: What is the closest relative of the dog?
Question: What are lions also known as?
Answer: King Of The Jungle
Question: The life span of tigers in the wild is thought to be about how many years?
Question: What is the largest of the big cats?
Domestic Mammals Trivia
Question: Which breed of dog is the fastest dog on earth?
Question: Rams are what?
Answer: Male Sheep
Question: What is a ewe?
Answer: Female Sheep
Question: What is a young goat called?
Question: What is a mature swine called?
Question: What is a filly?
Answer: Female Horse
Question: What is a crossbreed of a donkey and a horse called?
Deer, Elephants, and Badgers Trivia
Question: What happens to a deer's antlers?
Answer: They Grow Antlers In Spring And Shed Them In Winter
Question: When do deer usually breed?
Question: How tall is the largest deer?
Answer: Six Feet (1.8 M)
Question: What do we call a group of Old World badgers that live together?
Answer: A Clan
Question: How do badgers recognize members of a clan?
Answer: By Their Unique Musk Scent
Question: The badger has very good senses, except for which one?
Answer: A Badger's Eyesight
Question: Which mammal lives the longest after man?
Question: What substance makes up a rhino's horn?
Question: When the elephant is scared, what does it do with its trunk?
Answer: Blow A Trumpet Sound
Question: What feature do polar bears have that prevents them from slipping on ice?
Answer: Bristles On Their Feet
Question: This hoofed giant has one or two sharp horns, what is it?
Question: How many species of rodents are there?
Answer: More Than 2,000
Question: What mouse can leap up to 6 feet (1.8 m)?
Answer: Kangaroo Rat
Question: Many rodents have cheek pouches. What are they for?
Answer: Carrying Food
Question: Which rodent is found only in Central and South America?
Question: What is a group of moles called?
Answer: A Labour
Question: What is a group of rabbits called?
Question: What is the largest rodent in the world?
Question: Which rodent is known for its ability to swim?
Question: What is the lifespan of a typical hamster?
Answer: 2-3 years
Question: What is the primary food source for squirrels?
Answer: Nuts and seeds
Question: Which rodent is known for its ability to glide through the air?
Answer: Flying squirrel
Question: What is the collective term for a group of rats?
Answer: A mischief
Question: Which rodent is commonly kept as a pet and known for its spinning exercise wheel?
Question: What is the smallest rodent in the world?
Answer: Pygmy mouse lemur
Question: Which rodent is known for its burrowing behavior?
Question: What is the gestation period for a typical mouse?
Answer: Around 19-21 days
Miscellaneous Mammals Trivia
Question: What colors are common for the American badger?
Answer: Grayish To Reddish With A White Stripe
Question: What do Eurasian badgers eat?
Answer: Mostly Insects, Worms And Young Rabbits
Question: If you were invited to a stud farm, what activities would you expect to encounter?
Question: How many species of rodents are there?
Answer: More Than 2,000
Question: What do you call a baby panda?
Question: By what age do beef cattle move on to their destiny?
Question: Hamsters were named from the German word 'hamstern' which means what?
Answer: To Hoard
Question: Where do polar bears live?
Answer: In The Arctic
Question: When does a deer's antler fall off?
Question: What does a walrus use its whiskers for?
Answer: To Find Its Way In The Dark Or Underwater.
Question: What island off the Welsh coast can the Atlantic Puffin be observed in great numbers?
Answer: Puffin Island
Question: What message is a horse sending when its ears are pinned back and it reaches its head towards you?
Answer: Warning To Stand Back
Question: How fast can foxes run?
Answer: 40km per hour
Question: What are fawns?
Answer: Young Deer
Question: What year was the hamster first discovered?
Question: In which way are dogs far superior to humans?
Answer: Sense Of Smell
Question: To what use are unused parts of the hog carcass put?
Answer: Feed For Other Hogs
Question: Do you know the common unit of measurement used to describe a horse?