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Quiz about Fractured Groups
Quiz about Fractured Groups

Fractured Groups Trivia Quiz

These animals don't like to travel alone; but oh no! Their groups have become fractured! Can you find out the correct collectives and restore order to chaos? Let's find out!

A multiple-choice quiz by puklu. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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5 mins
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
Jul 23 22
# Qns
Avg Score
6 / 10
Question 1 of 10
1. Us cool office

Answer: (Four Words, aquarium)
Question 2 of 10
2. Aqua lesion up cheaters

Answer: (Four Words, fast runner)
Question 3 of 10
3. I'm ardor rob cross

Answer: (Four Words, black bird)
Question 4 of 10
4. Ask all cough forks is

Answer: (Four Words, sly)
Question 5 of 10
5. Up ride oh fly ens

Answer: (Four Words, royal)
Question 6 of 10
6. Honest tough rabids

Answer: (Four Words, velveteen(?))
Question 7 of 10
7. Ah! play go flow casts

Answer: (Four Words, crop-destroyer)
Question 8 of 10
8. Ocra show fry know seer us

Answer: (Four Words, horns)
Question 9 of 10
9. At a war off gee roughs

Answer: (Four Words, tall)
Question 10 of 10
10. Amiss chi fob my ease

Answer: (Four Words, Jerry (?))

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Us cool office

Answer: a school of fish

A school of fish is a large number of fishes that swim together and change direction without colliding with each other. They mostly do this in order to protect themselves from predatory organisms.
2. Aqua lesion up cheaters

Answer: a coalition of cheetahs

Cheetah normally do not travel in packs but sometimes the males stick together for hunting purposes. In some cases, the mother travels together with her small cubs.
3. I'm ardor rob cross

Answer: a murder of crows

Experts have traced the origin of this collective back to the 15th Century with phrases such as a "mursher of crowys" and a "murther of crowes". It may have its origin in the old belief that crows flock together to judge and execute other crows for wrong behavior.
4. Ask all cough forks is

Answer: a skulk of foxes

Other collectives used with foxes are "Troop", "Leash", "Lead" and "Earth".
5. Up ride oh fly ens

Answer: a pride of lions

Lions are the most social of all feline predators and love to live and travel in packs, known as prides. The females of the pride hunt together and sometimes even synchronize their reproductive cycles. The males are known to vigorously fight and defend their prides from other usurpers.
6. Honest tough rabids

Answer: a nest of rabbits

A family of rabbits is known as a nest of rabbits. The males are called bucks, the females are called does and the offspring are variously known as kit, kitten, bunny, leveret and nestling. Other collectives associated with rabbits include warren, bury, drove etc.
7. Ah! play go flow casts

Answer: a plague of locusts

The origin of this collective lies in Biblical times, in the story of Exodus. The Pharaoh had refused to free the Israelites and so Yahweh brought upon Egypt the ten plagues, them being the plagues of Blood, Frogs, Lice, Flies, Livestock, Boils, Hail, Locusts, Darkness and Death of the Firstborn.
8. Ocra show fry know seer us

Answer: a crash of rhinoceros

The rhinoceros gets its name from Greek rhinos (nose) and ceros (horn). Depending on the species, they can be one-horned or two-horned. When they charge, they run blindly forward crashing all that come in their way.
9. At a war off gee roughs

Answer: a tower of giraffes

Giraffes are the tallest of all land species and many of their heads can be seen towering over the surrounding trees and bushes.
10. Amiss chi fob my ease

Answer: a mischief of mice

Mice are mischievous rodents that are also widely loved as cute pets. They are consumed as delicacies in countries like Zambia and Malawi. They are also revered in some cultures, e.g. in India they are worshiped as the vehicle of the Hindu God, Ganesha.
Source: Author puklu

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