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1. What do the Andalites call someone who has become trapped in a morphed body?
2. On a school trip, Rachel sees a little boy fall into the crocodile enclosure; she saves him by acquiring the crocodile. She has an allergic reaction to the crocodile DNA, and is told that she must go through what the Andalites call Hereth Illint. What is the translation of Hereth Illint?
3. The Andalites created the morphing technology. This technology gives the person the ability to absorb animal DNA and change into that animal. Humans call this device the "blue box" but what is the name that that Andalites give it?
4. Morphing is based on DNA; if the morphed animal becomes damaged, simply morph using the undamaged DNA. Sometimes there are some that cannot morph, so if they become injured or damaged they remain that way. Andalites call anyone who is physically disabled a Vecol. What is the usual Andalite treatment for any Vecol?
5. Ax becomes sick; it is an inflammation of his Tria gland. What is the name of the illness that Ax has?
6. Andalites can suffer from genetic diseases. What disease did Gafinilan-Estfif-Valad suffer from?
7. Andalites don't have mouths; how do they communicate?
8. Morphing is never predictable, and all the Animorphs have said it's not something anyone wants to watch. The ability to morph artistically is called Estreen. Who among the Animophs is an Estreen?
9. Tobias is a human trapped in a red-tailed hawk morph, Ax is an Andalite trapped on another planet. They end up bonding, becoming very good friends. What word does Ax use to describe his friendship with Tobias?
10. Tobias acquires and morphs Ax. To change his appearance, to make Tobias' Andalite look different, Ax uses his tail blade to remove some fur. Ax explains that this method of fur removal is actually a punishment. What is this called?
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