Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: These sea mammals are sometimes called fish or even whales, but are neither. QUESTION: What is a dolphin or a porpoise?
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: This water animal is a survivor from the stone age, and the closest living relative to the Tyrannosaurus Rex. QUESTION: What is a crocodile?
Question Answer A-600 ANSWER: This species of jellyfish is most deadly. QUESTION: What is the Australian Box Jellyfish? (More dangerous than cobra venom.)
Question Answer A-800 ANSWER: Two, five or eight minutes is the maximum time a River Otter can hold its breath. QUESTION: What is for eight minutes?
Question Answer A-1000 ANSWER: A large whale’s heart beats 9, 27 or 81 times a minute, while at rest. QUESTION: What is 9?
Question Answer ANSWER: This largest member of the deer family lives as far north as the Arctic. QUESTION: What is the moose? B-200
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: To avoid being seen, this is a nifty trick polar bears have when sneaking up on prey. QUESTION: What is covering their black noses with a paw?
Question Answer B-600 ANSWER: This many penguin species live in the Antarctic. QUESTION:What is two? (There are 17 subspecies of penguin, but the only penguins that live in the Antarctic are the Emperor and the Adelie.)
Question Answer B-800 ANSWER: This is the average life span of a wild goldfish. QUESTION: What is 30–40 years? (According to The Encyclopedia of Animals from Ebsco Publishing.)
Question Answer B-1000 ANSWER: These fish spend their lives picking food out of Hammerhead Sharks’ mouths. QUESTION: What is the King Angelfish?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: This part of the Naked Mole Rat’s name is true. QUESTION: What is ‘None of it’? (It has some hair, it is not a rat or a mole, although it is a rodent. It is more closely related to a porcupine.)
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER: This animal resembles a giant guinea pig. QUESTION:What is a capybara?
Question Answer C-600 ANSWER:This animal is related to the giraffe, but has stripes like a zebra. It has a blue tongue that is over a foot long. QUESTION: What is an Okapi?
Question Answer C-800 ANSWER: This kind of crab can climb trees. QUESTION: What is a coconut crab?
Question Answer C-1000 ANSWER: This fish spends more time walking than swimming. QUESTION:What is the Rosy-Lipped Batfish? (Crawls on strong, leg-like fins.)
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: If you are in a clutch, these creatures are around you. QUESTION: What are ‘chickens’?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: The phrase a ‘gaggle of geese’ isn’t the only way to talk about a group of geese. What else works? QUESTION: What is a SKEIN of geese?
Question Answer D-600 ANSWER: These birds travel in an ‘exaltation.’ QUESTION: What is the lark?
Question Answer D-800 ANSWER: Crows in a group are called this unusual name. QUESTION: What is a MURDER?
Question Answer D-1000 ANSWER: These are two of the four names for a group of RATS. QUESTION:What is a colony, pack, plague or swarm?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: Veterinarians who work in this environment are among the most general of all veterinary practitioners. They practice all facets of veterinary medicine on a broad spectrum of animals. QUESTION: What is a zoo veterinarian?
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: Except for zoos, this animal is only found on the island of Madagascar. QUESTION:What is the Ring-Tailed Lemur?
Question Answer E-600 ANSWER: The panda is the featured animal for the Friends of this zoo. QUESTION: What is the National Zoo?
Question Answer E-800 ANSWER: This animal commonly found in zoos also lends its name to a monster in the Harry Potter series. QUESTION: What is a basilisk?
Question Answer E-1000 ANSWER: This is the location of the earliest known collection of animals. QUESTION:What is Iraq?
Question Answer FINAL JEOPARDY ANSWER: The other names for this bird are kent, white-back, pate, the Van Dyke and the Lord God bird (as in “Lord God, what a bird!”). QUESTION: What is the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker.