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Quiz: Animals and Their Locations

Animals live all over the world. However, that doesn’t mean that we always know where in the world they call home.

This quiz is just a little bit different. Each question will have a picture of a wild animal, followed by a list of locations where they might be found. The goal is to match the animal with the location it is most apt to be found. This quiz, though not tremendously hard, can be a little more difficult than you might think. Remember that an animal that is common in one area might be totally absent or rare in another.

  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Northern South America
    • South Africa
    • Australia
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Florida
    • India
    • Africa
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Tanzania
    • Bolivia
    • Laos
  • Where would you likely find this animal in the wild?

    • Indonesia
    • Germany
    • Chile
    • Chile
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Botswana
    • Northwestern United States
    • Brazil
  • Where would you most likely find this animal in the wild?

    • India
    • US Rocky Mountains
    • Peru
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Egypt
    • Australia
    • United States
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Vietnam
    • Mexico and Central America
    • Kenya
  • Where would you most likely find this animal?

    • Greenland
    • South Africa
    • Southern Argentina
  • Where would you most likely find this animal in the wild?

    • Thailand
    • Costa Rica
    • Angola

What do you think?

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    • Some of the quiz questions could be a bit tricky, like that one. Musk Oxen are creatures of cold areas of the north. They are found elsewhere, too, such as some places in Canada, Siberia, etc, but there is actually a subspecies that is endemic to Greenland. They are primarily of the North-East part of Greenland. Some years ago, a number of those musk oxen were captured and let go in southern Greenland. That new herd prospered in the milder climate of southern Greenland and today that new herd is culled every year to keep the numbers in check. The culling is done through hunting and the issuing of 30-50 hunting permits per year.

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