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Quiz about Fractured Australian Fauna
Quiz about Fractured Australian Fauna

Fractured Australian Fauna Trivia Quiz

This is a fractured words quiz featuring Australian animals. Example: Bend ear coat = bandicoot. Hope you like it!

A multiple-choice quiz by adawaz. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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4 mins
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
Feb 21 22
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
Question 1 of 10
1. Wool A Bee

Answer: (One Word - small macropod)
Question 2 of 10
2. Rung Till Pose Some

Answer: (Two Words - nocturnal swinger)
Question 3 of 10
3. Ache Edna

Answer: (One Word - seven letter -watch the spines!)
Question 4 of 10
4. Can Cur Rue

Answer: (One word - eight letters - Hop to it!)
Question 5 of 10
5. Eye Bits

Answer: (One Word -four letters - long legged wader)
Question 6 of 10
6. Plait He Puts

Answer: (One Word - Eight letters - I'm one of a kind Ducky!)
Question 7 of 10
7. Cook A Borough

Answer: (One word - ten letters - laughs a lot!)
Question 8 of 10
8. He Mew

Answer: (One Word - three letters - Big Bird)
Question 9 of 10
9. Thrill Nicked Leas Hard

Answer: (Three Words - dragonlike with ruff)
Question 10 of 10
10. Due Gone

Answer: (One Word - six letters - marine mammal)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Wool A Bee

Answer: Wallaby

There are approximately thirty species spread across Australia. Wallabies are smaller than kangaroos or wallaroos.
2. Rung Till Pose Some

Answer: Ringtail Possum

If you live in Melbourne you will get used to these creatures swinging around your garden! They tend to sleep in nests during the day and come out to play and eat your garden after dark.
3. Ache Edna

Answer: Echidna

The echidna is also known as the spiny anteater. It is one of only two egg laying mammal species, which are known as monotremes.
4. Can Cur Rue

Answer: Kangaroo

The most recognizable of all Australian animals! Females carry their young in a pouch for up to two years. These macropods vary in size and colour depending on their habitat.
5. Eye Bits

Answer: Ibis

Although most commonly seen in eastern and northern parts of Australia, the Australian white ibis is found in all states, except Tasmania. They are now quite a common sight in urban parklands and are elegant creatures to behold.
6. Plait He Puts

Answer: Platypus

British animal experts thought a hoax was being perpetrated when the platypus was exhibited in Britian in the late 1700's! The platypus, along with the echidna, are the only two egg laying mammals in the world. The platypus has a duck shaped bill, sleek furry body and is semi aquatic.
7. Cook A Borough

Answer: Kookaburra

A member of the kingfisher family, the kookaburra has an unmistakable call which is rather like the sound of hysterical human laughter! They are carnivorous and welcome handouts from humans.
8. He Mew

Answer: Emu

The emu is the largest Australian native bird, standing around two metres tall. This flightless bird is a relative of the largest bird in the world, the ostrich. Found predominantly in sparsely populated areas of mainland Australia, it can reach a running speed of fifty kilometres per hour.
9. Thrill Nicked Leas Hard

Answer: Frill Necked Lizard

Ferocious looking lizard when the ruff is up! Found mostly in the Kimberley area in northern Western Australia, they are also known as "Bicycle Lizards" because of their gait when running fast to scare off predators.
10. Due Gone

Answer: Dugong

The dugong is found mainly in the warm northern waters of Australia. They are herbivores that feed mainly on seagrasses and prefer to inhabit coastal waters where suitable food is in abundance.
Source: Author adawaz

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